quasi estoppel

Definition of "quasi estoppel"
  1. A type of estoppel in equity law that does not necessitate either false representation from one party or ignorance and dependency from another party
How to use "quasi estoppel" in a sentence
  1. The judge invoked the principle of quasi estoppel to prevent the defendant from going back on their prior agreement.
  2. In the lawsuit, the plaintiff's argument was strengthened by using quasi estoppel as a basis.
  3. Quasi estoppel was applied to maintain the fairness of the contract despite changes in circumstances.

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