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Adjective(1) relating to or having the character of a promise
(1) A party relying on the doctrine of promissory estoppel must establish that the other has by word or conduct made a promise intended to affect their legal relationship and to be acted upon.(2) The promissory estoppel is my argument with the High Court and I feel that the Full Court overlooked it because they constantly said to us that it was a compromised offer.(3) I should add that I do not consider the doctrine or promissory estoppel to apply in these circumstances.(4) As early as the play's first scene, Shakespeare links promissory language to violence.(5) It is quite normal for both vendor and buyer to initially enter into a promissory contract which details the conditions of sale.(6) Once there is a genuine issue for trial regarding the validity of the Agreement, the promissory estoppel argument also fails.
(1) promissory note :: bale
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