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    Estoppel is like that promise you make when you borrow your friend's bike and promise to return it by noon. If you don't, you're estopped from claiming you never borrowed it. In legal terms, it means you can't deny something you previously asserted or implied. It's like a principle of fairness preventing you from going back on your word when someone relied on it to their detriment. So, if you said your friend could use your car anytime and then sue them for using it, estoppel might come into play. It's all about holding people accountable for their words and actions.

    Apr 27 2024

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