Farming disputes: The three ‘P’s – partnerships, proprietorships and proprietary estoppel

Katie Alsop explores the latest developments in proprietary estoppel Despite the benefit which had been conferred upon them by virtue of the transfer of the farmhouse, that did not discharge the detriment associated with the promises and assurances made to Simon and Alison. The doctrine of proprietary estoppel is fast becoming known as the gift …
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Cases Referenced

  • Horsford v Horsford [2020] EWHC 584 (Ch); [2020] WTLR 519 ChD
  • Kingsley & anor v Kingsley [2020] EWCA Civ 297; [2020] WTLR 593 CA
  • Morton v Morton & anor [2022] EWHC 163 (Ch) (to be reported in the web reports of the Wills and Trusts Law Reports)
  • Wills v Sowray [2020] EWHC 939 (Ch); [2020] WTLR(w) 2021-07
  • Windsor-Clive & ors v Rees & anor [2021] EWHC 3180 (Ch)