Estoppel By Deed

Definition - What does Estoppel By Deed mean?

Estoppel by deed is a legal principle that prevents or stops a person from going against the established truth in court and which has been stated by in a deed by that person. This is particularly valid in cases regarding ownership of the property.

Justipedia explains Estoppel By Deed

Under this principle, the seller of real property (grantor of a deed) is estopped, barred, or prevented from going against or acting against the truth established in a deed.

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