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Hello all,

We are doing a case study of Yeoman's Row v Cobbe 2008 UKHL. Was the decision in this unanimous? Do any of you know whether this case could be considered the death of proprietary estoppel? How did it change the nature of equity and equitable remedies?

Would be so grateful for any ideas or thoughts on this

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How can you not know if the decision in the case was unanimous if you have read it?

I think it should be pretty obvious from Thorner v Major that Cobbe wasn't the 'death of proprietary estoppel'.
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