Results for: Estoppel

Define the doctrine of promissory estoppel?

Promissory estoppel arises when a person makes a promise not to insist on, or enforce, his legal rights against another (or his clear and unequivocal representation lead anoth (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 a tenant estoppel agreement?

A tenant estoppel agreement is between the seller of the property and purchaser, which may have specific terms, such as the terms of the lease for that tenant - for example, t (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 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 (MORE)

The meaning estoppel in real estate?

Here is an excerpt from a previous Answers.com topic regarding estoppel. I take no credit for this definition, but believe it will accurately address your inquiry. A doctrine (MORE)