Roche v Church: CA 15 Feb 1993

In an action the Plaintiff became liable to be struck out for delay. The defendant’s solicitors indicated informally a readiness to extend the time for the plaintiff, and this created an estoppel against the defendant which he could not side step. He could be compensated for the delay in costs, and the defendant could not buy out the representation made and estoppel created by offering to pay the costs suffered by the representation.


Ind Summary 15-Feb-1993


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