Notice of Estoppel
The notice of estoppel is to put a halt on claims or matters proceeding any further. The term / word “estoppel” can be deemed as:
- A bar that prevents a person from presenting evidence contradicting a certain established fact.
- Stoppage; impediment.
- In law, the stopping of a person by the law from asserting a fact or claim, irrespective of its truth, by reason of a previous representation, act, or adjudication inconsistent therewith.
This notice is used in conjunction with an affidavit and usually as a follow up notice to the conditional acceptance. (MS Word)