Summary of President clothing v Joseph Anyanwu case

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President clothing v Joseph Anyanwu

Principle: Where a party raise an issue of estoppel which showed that a representation was made to him but also that he actually acted but not on the faith of such representation, no agency of estoppel has been created.

Judgment: it was held that the representation must be such as the third party must have acted upon it.

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