Estoppel is understood at a basic level by many lawyers, but this set of legal doctrines is highly complex and filled with such confusing terminology, such that it poses a challenge for both practitioners and scholars alike. This is the first Canadian text book that clarifies the subject matter from a Canadian legal standpoint, and deals with its complexity and subtleties in a manner that's easily understood. Written by a veteran University of British Columbia law professor, this civil litigation book pulls together various aspects of estoppel into one place, saving readers valuable research time, while educating them on the rules and principles of estoppel in a clear and organized manner.
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Bruce MacDougall, B.A. (Hons.), B.A. (Juris.), LL.B., B.C.L., M.A., is a Professor of Law at UBC and for over two decades has written and taught in the areas of contracts and commercial law. A Rhodes Scholar and a member of the bar of British Columbia, he has been a consultant to many corporate/commercial practitioners and related organizations and has been involved in law reform projects and continuing legal education. While on faculty at UBC, he has held visiting positions in contracts and commercial law in other universities in Canada, England, Thailand and the USA. He is a recipient of the teaching excellence award at UBC. He serves on the Judicial Council of the Tsawwassen First Nation.
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