Estoppel, variation and waiver are three overlapping doctrines in commercial law which are invoked to alter or end existing contractual arrangements. Because there has been no systematic classification and analysis of the doctrines and there is no obvious dividing line between them, this a difficult area for practitioners. This book examines all three doctrines and helps attorneys decide when and how to use them effectively.
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Table of Contents
Estoppel by Representation.
Estoppel by Convention.
Estoppel by Deed.
Proprietary Estoppel and Acquiescence.
Election and Affirmation.
The Doctrines Compared.
Application to Specific Areas - Public Authorities, Insurance, Landlord and Tenant, Company and Insolvency, Agency, Employment, Banking, Intellectual Property, Sale of Land.
Estoppel and the Law of Restitution.
Procedure and Precedents.