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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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A new edition was published, see:
Spencer Bower on The Law Relating to Estoppel by Representation 4th ed isbn 9781845923761

Spencer Bower on The Law Relating to Estoppel by Representation 4th ed (Old Jacket)

ISBN13: 9780406043610
ISBN: 0406043612
New Edition ISBN: 1845923766
Previous Edition ISBN: 0406381925
Published: January 2004
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

This new edition of Spencer Bower: The Law Relating to Estoppel by Representation is a thorough updating of the classic original text with substantial additions on the extensive judicial and legislative developments which have taken place both in the UK and Commonwealth jurisdictions over the last twenty years.This learned work constitutes an essential part of the commercial practitioner's library.

Contract Law
1. Introduction: definition and treatment
2. Representation of fact
3. How a representation may be made
4. Unequivocality and construction
5. Inducement and reliance
the effect of estoppel by representation of fact
6. Parties to the estoppel
7. The defence of illegality
8. Estoppel by convention
estoppel by deed
9. Applications of the principles of estoppel by representation to various relationships between parties
10. Miscellaneous estoppels
11. Statutory estoppel
12. Proprietary estoppel
13. Election
14. Promissory estoppel