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Estoppel - Wikipedia

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In many jurisdictions of the United States, promissory estoppel is an alternative to consideration as a basis for enforcing a ...

Promissory estoppel legal definition of promissory estoppel

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Promissory Estoppel. In the law of contracts, the doctrine that provides that if a party changes his or her position substantially either by acting or forbearing from  ...

Promissory estoppel | Wex Legal Dictionary / Encyclopedia | LII ...

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Promissory estoppel. The doctrine allowing recovery on a promise made without consideration when the reliance on the promise was reasonable, and the ...

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Jun 12, 2014 ... http://thebusinessprofessor.com/promissory-estoppel/ This video explains the basic concept of promissory estoppel and how it can make an ...
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Feb 26, 2015 ... This video introduces promissory estoppel, where a party may be liable for a promise made without return consideration where the...

Promissory Estoppel Law and Legal Definition | USLegal, Inc.

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Promissory estoppel is a term used in contract law that applies where, although there may not otherwise be a enforceable contract, because one party has relied  ...

Promissory Estoppel Definition - Duhaime.org

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The legal definition of Promissory Estoppel is A promise made to another party to a contract that the contract will not be enforced in whole or in part and which, ...

Promissory - Contract Law | Laws.com

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In a general sense, Promissory Estoppel is a legal doctrine used in American law , which allows a party to recover on a promise, even if the promise was made ...

promissory estoppel - Legal Dictionary | Law.com

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promissory estoppel. n. a false statement treated as a promise by a court when the listener had relied on what was told to him/her to his/her disadvantage.

Contract Law Cases: Promissory Estoppel

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Nov 1, 2008 ... Promissory estoppel is an important doctrine in contract law in which a non contractual promise lacking consideration rendered enforceable to ...

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Promissory Estoppel
The legal principle that a promise is enforceable by law when the promisor (person making the promise) makes a promise to the promisee (person being promised) who relies on it to his or her detriment. A promissory estoppel is intended to stop the pro... More »
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Promissory Estoppel Definition | Investopedia

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Promissory estoppel is a legal principle that a promise is enforceable by law, even if made without formal consideration, when a promisor has made a promise to ...

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The doctrine of promissory estoppel allows a party to recover the benefit of a promise made even if a legal contract does not exist. Use of this...

promissory estoppel - e-lawresources.co.uk

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Promissory estoppel is an equitable doctrine which in some instances can stop a person going back on a promise which is not supported by consideration.