Malleability of a doctrine

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Resource Name: Malleability of a doctrine
Author: Philip Barton
Date Uploaded: 01 May 2015
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The vitality of the principle of proprietary estoppel is illustrated by recent High Court and Victorian Court of Appeal cases. Philip Barton explains.

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Interpretation of Restrictive Covenants (2013)
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Sale of Land: Enforcing Rights and Remedies (2014)
Testator’s Family Maintenance: Legislative Changes and Update (2014)
The Contract: Getting it Right from the Beginning (2016)
The Effect of Pre-Contractual Representations (2013)
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