Contract law - promissory estoppel ???

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Can anyone give me some times on a promissory estoppel essay question?? Pretty please
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What's the essay question?
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Discuss the extent to which promissory estoppel can be used to aid a debtor whose debt has beed forgiven
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Discuss the extent to which promissory estoppel can be used to aid a debtor whose debt has beed forgiven
Do you know anything about these cases - Central London Property Trust Ltd v High Trees, Tool Metal Manufacturing v Tungsten, D & C Builders v Rees, Williams v Roffey Bros? Definitely worth to look at.
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Discuss the extent to which promissory estoppel can be used to aid a debtor whose debt has beed forgiven
By the way, you should also look at the Pinnel's case and Foakes v Beer. Part-payment of a debt does not amount to valid consideration. Promissory estoppel is there to stop a person going back on the promise which is not supported by consideration and when it is inequitable.
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