estoppel by deed

Definition of "estoppel by deed"
  1. A law that prevents someone from contradicting what they stated in a deed about who owns a certain property
How to use "estoppel by deed" in a sentence
  1. Under estoppel by deed, he couldn't claim the land wasn't his after signing the deed.
  2. The concept of estoppel by deed restricts him from denying the property's ownership as stated in the deed.
  3. She failed to argue her ownership rights over the dispute due to estoppel by deed.

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