‘Saying nothing and ‘standing by’, ie. doing nothing, are, to my mind, equivocal actions. This court has stated that, in the absence of special circumstances, silence and inaction are, when objectively considered, equivocal and cannot, of themselves, constitute an unequivocal representation as to whether a person will or will not rely on a particular legal right in the future’
Lord Justice Aikens
 EWCA Civ 1572
England and Wales
Appeal from – Argo Systems FZE v Liberty Insurance (PTE) and Another ComC 21-Feb-2011
Cited – Jones and Another v Lydon and Others ChD 23-Aug-2021
No Estoppels Established to Override Majority
The parties were former members of a band, the Sex Pistols. They disputed the continued duty to accept the decision of the majority of its members as set out in a Band Membership Agreement. Mr Lydon asserted that over the years the obligation had . .
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Updated: 28 August 2021; Ref: scu.450051