Rawlings v Chapman (as executor of the estate of John Francis Hopkins deceased) and others

Estoppel – Proprietary estoppel. The Chancery Division, in dismissing the claimant's case, held that there had been no proprietary estoppel created, despite the money that she had paid to assist the deceased, H, in renovating a house. H had made no promise to leave the house to her and had said nothing to lead her to believe that such a promise had been made.

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