Ong On Estoppel by Denis SK Ong
Ong On Estoppel By Denis SK Ong
|Denis SK Ong
|The Federation Press
Professor Denis SK Ong's Ong on Estoppel is one of the few scholarly book-length examinations of the doctrine of estoppel to be published in Australia.
Estoppel's 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 are all covered by Ong's meticulous examination of both Australian and English authorities. Readers should be aware that the text does not cover problem estoppel.
The author's meticulously argued argument that private estoppel is only a sub-species of promissory estoppel in Australia (and despite multiple judgments of the NSW Court of Appeal), and that there is in reality a single overarching doctrine of estoppel will be of particular interest to readers.
This is Professor Ong's eighth major treatise on equity law, following Trusts Law in Australia (now in its fifth edition), Ong on Equity, Ong on Specific Performance, Ong on Subrogation, Ong on Rescission, Ong on Contribution, Ong on Rectification, and Ong on Tracing. For commercial attorneys, barristers, academics, and the judges, Ong on Estoppel is a must-have resource.
TABLE OF CONTENTS of Ong On Estoppel by Denis SK OngChapter 1 - Estoppel’s 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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