1. a rule of evidence whereby a person is barred from denying the truth of a fact that has already been settled
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How To Use estoppel In A Sentence

  • Historically, both these forms of estoppel are common law developments.
  • Nothing in the tenor of that speech suggests that the court was seeking to exclude the operation of issue estoppel in these proceedings.
  • Given the absence of any such promise, any claim based on promissory estoppel would fail.
  • In the case at bar, it was the facts proved mainly by the plaintiffs that in my view, negatived a claim based on mistake, and raised an Estoppel.
  • As such the Defendants are privies in title of the covenantors and bound by the estoppel which bound them.
  • The promissory estoppel is my argument with the High Court and I feel that the Full Court overlooked it because they constantly said to us that it was a compromised offer.
  • The same plaintiff delivered for crop isn't able to prove that estoppel.
  • Meanwhile, in accordance with the principle of honesty and fairness, the doctrine of prosecution history estoppels and plea known technology shall be taken as the exclusion principle.
  • In those instances, however, the patentee still might rebut the presumption that estoppel bars a claim of equivalence.
  • Both sides agree that the element of detriment is an essential ingredient of proprietary estoppel.
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