BROKEN PROMISES: PROPRIETARY ESTOPPEL IN THE MODERN WORLD: ONLINE EVENT 15th OCTOBER 2020

Several of my colleagues are taking place in this online event.  Proprietary estoppel has become important in recent years in relation the ownership and transfer of property. There are many recent cases relating to farming families in particular, they give rise to major evidential issues relating to the accuracy of memory and what has been said and by whom.

Leeds Business and
Property Courts Forum
5.30pm 15 October 2020
Broken promises:
proprietary estoppel in the
modern world
Online meeting

Leeds Business and Property Courts Forum 5.30pm on 15 October 2020

About this Event

Nigel Clayton of Kings Chambers, Simon Goldberg of Trinity Chambers and Robyn Peat of George F White

In conversation with Eleanor Temple of Kings Chambers and Jonathan Rodger of Trinity Chambers

Chairman: HH Judge Malcolm Davis-White QC

BOOKING DETAILS

Are available here.