Short notes on estoppel- s 115 of indian evidence act


Short Notes on Estoppel- S 115 of Indian evidence Act

 
 
 
S 115 of Indian evidence Act:-
When a person by his declaration,act or omission intentionally caused or permitted another person to believe a thing to be true and to act upon such belief,neither he nor his representative can be allowed to deny truth of that thing in a suit or proceeding between himself and such person or his representative.
 
Principle of S 115 :- In simpler language,a person can not be allowed to say one thing at one time and the contrary at another: He can not blow both hot and cold at the same time. It is not necessary
to prove that he acted with any fraudulent intention. He will be estopped if he himself was acting under a mistake or misapprehension.
 
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