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The doctrine of proprietary estoppel provides a means by which a person can enforce promises relating to property or land.
type of claim can be made when a person has been promised that they will be
given an interest in a property, land or estate, but that promise is
subsequently broken leaving the person at a disadvantage.
order to bring a successful proprietary estoppel claim, you must be able to
prove the following factors:
Court has wide discretion in terms of what remedies can be awarded in
successful proprietary estoppel claims.