Law of Estoppel in South Africa 3rd edition
Since the second edition was published some important decisions have been reported on estoppel and these have been considered in this new edition. Comparing the multitude of references to estoppel in South Afri
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Since the second edition was published some important decisions have been reported on estoppel and these have been considered in this new edition. Comparing the multitude of references to estoppel in South African case law to the number of reported decisions where the courts actually founded estoppel confirms that successful reliance on estoppel remains more the exception than the rule.
Table of contents
Chapter 1: - The doctrine of estoppel by representation
Chapter 2: - The importation of the English doctrine of estoppel into South African law
Chapter 3: - Representation €“ misrepresentation
Chapter 4: - Prejudice
Chapter 5: - Causation
Chapter 6: - Fault
Chapter 7: - Limitations on the operation of estoppel
Chapter 8: - Effect of successful reliance on estoppel
- Table of cases