Delhi Cloth & General Mills Ltd v. Union Of India 1987 Air 2414

Introduction Have you ever thought of the position of promises made in pursuance of a legal relationship? Are these promises binding? What will be the consequences if these promises are not fulfilled? This case of Delhi Cotton & General Mills

Central London Property Trust Limited v. High Trees House Ltd

This[1] is the prominent High Trees case, in which Lord Denning reinvigorated the old doctrine of promissory estoppel, which was first formulated in Hughes v Metropolitan Railway[2]. Facts In September 1937, the appellant firm, Central London Property Trust ltd, leased

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