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What is a Promissory Estoppel?

The mortgage co. has so many days required by law to respond to the request in writing to establish the pay-off amount of mortgage note with validation if they fail to do so t (MORE)

What is an estoppel letter?

An estoppel letter is typically used in a transfer or conveyance of real property before the Closing transaction. It is a document sent to a bank (or other lender), from a hom (MORE)

What is the doctrine of estoppel?

An estoppel is a preclusion, in law, which prevents a man from alleging or denying a fact, in consequence of his own previous act, allegation or denial of a contrary tenor. (MORE)

What does estoppel mean?

A rule of evidence which precludes a person from denying the truth of some statement made by him of the existence of facts whether existing or not which he has by words or con (MORE)

Agency by estoppel?

\nLegally binding agency relationship that may arise where, in fact, no formal agency agreement is in effect. A principal may give an appearance of agency relationship by, for (MORE)

Concept of Estoppel in Agency contract?

Estoppel in contract: restraint; a bar. Estoppel arises where a person has done some act that the policy of the law will not permit him to deny, or where circumstances are suc (MORE)

What is a landlord Estoppel Certificate?

It can mean where an estoppel certificate is required of a landlord (they can are also sometimes required of the tenant), where the landlord is required to make certain repres (MORE)
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What does a promissory estoppel do?

Promissory estoppel is when a person makes a false statement to another and the listener relies on what was told to him/her in good faith and to his/her disadvantage.