Recent Examples of estoppel from the Web
The players' second claim is for promissory estoppel.
But his attorney, Deputy Public Defender Kevin Brady, argued that the sentencing could not go forward under a legal principle called collateral estoppel, which is akin to double jeopardy.
The plaintiffs are also claiming breach of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, promissory estoppel, tortious interference and declaratory judgment against Briggs and McLaughlin.
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legal Definition of estoppel
- an entrapment by estoppel
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