LAW OF ESTOPPEL

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"Estoppel" in Black's Law Dictionary, is indicated to mean that a party is prevented by his own acts from claiming a right to the detriment of other party who was entitled to rely on such conduct and has acted accordingly. Section 115 of the Indian Evidence Act is also, more or less, couched in a language which conveys the same expression.

Estoppel is a collective name given to a group of legal doctrines in common law legal systems wherby a person is prevented from making assertions that are contradictory to his or her prior position on certain matters before the Court - the person is said to be 'estopped". Estoppel may operate by way of preventing someone from asserting a particular fact in court, or exercising a certain right or from bringing a particular claim.

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Author NAYAN JOSHI
Edition 2018
Pages 372

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