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Abstract

This article endeavours to show that the rule in The Royal British Bank v Turquand is a unique form of estoppel; it has the effect of estoppel by representation, but it does not require a representation to be made by the party estopped - at least this was the original ambit of Turquand. An examination of the rule at common law will be followed by an assessment of the statutory modifications thereof.

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