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v Suggitt July 2012
Whittaker v Kinnear, 2011, estoppel and section 2 LPMP 1989
Joyce v Epsom and Ewell Court of Appeal, October 2012, estoppel easement
Clarke v Meadus, estoppel and declaration of trust, 2010
Henry v Henry Priviy Council, 2010. Estoppel and its effect on 3rd parties
Thorner v Majors, (Thorner v Curtis) House of Lords. March 2009. See especially Lord Walker, Neuberger and Scott.
McGuane v Welch, July 2008, Court of Appeal, estoppel and formalities
SMQ v RFQ Family Division 2008. The nature of the estoppel remedy and relationship to constructive trust
v Doyle 2008,
and section 2 LPA 1989, enforcing agreements
Management v Cobbe, July 2008, House of Lords. A MAJOR
Wormall v Wormall
Court of Appeal Nov. 2004. Satisfying the equity
Valentine v Allen
Court of Appeal, July 2003. Classic estoppel concerning rights of access to use another's land
Oxley v Hiscock
Court of Appeal, May 2004. Acquiring and quantifying the beneficial interest. Comments on Rosset and Cooke.
Kinane v Alimamy Mackie-Conteh
Estoppel and constructive trusts - Court of Appeal, January 2005
Uglow v Uglow
When is it unconscionable to withdraw a promise
Gillett v Holt
Court of Appeal, March 2000. A modern analysis of proprietary estoppel
Court of Appeal, November 2001
Proprietary estoppel as a proprietary right; actual occupation by a person other than the claimant; contractual licences and constructive trusts: for comment see 2002 [Conv.] 584 for critical comment
Court of Appeal, February 2002
Proprietary estoppel; how to choose a remedy.
Gonthier v Orange Scaffolding
Court of Appeal, June 2003. Estoppel. "Subject to contract" claim. Application of Gillett v Holt and doubts.
Parker (9th Earl of Macclesfield) v Parker
High Court, July 2003. Estoppel. Distinction between estoppel and a licence
Ottey v Grundy
Court of Appeal, 2003. Estoppel. Issues of detriment. Similar to Gillet v Holt.
Joyce v Rigolli
Court of Appeal, February 2004. Estoppel and section 2 LPA 1989
Chun v Ho
July 2002. Estoppel and detriment.
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