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Ong on Estoppel (2020)
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Ong on Estoppel (2020)

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Ong on Estoppel. Publishing 15th December 2020. Hard cover.
Ong on Estoppel, by the prolific Professor Denis SK Ong, is one of the very few scholarly book-length treatments of the doctrine of estoppel published in Australia. Topics addressed with Ongís characteristic meticulous examination of both Australian and English authorities include: estoppelís origins as a rule of evidence; estoppel by conduct (including representation); estoppel by deed and estoppel by convention; promissory and proprietary estoppel; estoppel and election; estoppel between banker and customer; and estoppel by representation is contrasted with the defence of the change of position. Readerís are advised that the book does not deal with issue estoppel. Of particular interest to readers will be the authorís carefully argued view that in Australia at least (and notwithstanding several judgments of the NSW Court of Appeal) proprietary estoppel is merely a sub-species of promissory estoppel and that there is in reality a single overarching doctrine of estoppel. This is Professor Ongís ninth major treatise in equity law and complements his earlier works which now include: Trusts Law in Australia (now in its 5th edition); Ong on Equity; Ong on Specific Performance; Ong on Subrogation; Ong on Rescission; Ong on Contribution; Ong on Rectification and Ong on Tracing. Ong on Estoppel is an essential reference for commercial lawyers, barristers, academics and the judiciary. CONTENTS Chapter 1 - Estoppelís Origin as a Rule of Evidence Chapter 2 - Estoppel by Representation of Fact as one Species of Estoppel by Conduct Chapter 3 - Estoppel by Conduct other than Estoppel by Representation of Fact Chapter 4 - Estoppel by Convention and Estoppel by Deed Chapter 5 - Promissory Estoppel Chapter 6 - Proprietary Estoppel Chapter 7 - Estoppel compared with Election Chapter 8 - Estoppel as between Banker and Customer Chapter 9 - Estoppel by Representation Distinguished from Defence of Change of Position Chapter 10 - An Overarching Doctrine of Estoppel?
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