‘Proprietary estoppel: Does detrimental reliance need to be incurred before the death of the promisor?’

“In Cheung Lai Mui v Cheung Wai Shing ([2021] HKEC 2263) the Court of Final Appeal had to consider whether, in proprietary estoppel cases, detrimental reliance had to be incurred before the death of the landowner who gave the assurance. If it did, they had to consider whether this requirement was satisfied in the present case …” (more)

[Michael Lower, Hong Kong Land Law Blog, 12 July]

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