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Equitable Estoppel Modified Note (access required)

The Alexandria U.S. District Court grants a widow summary judgment enforcing a promissory note against her former son-in-law, but applies equitable estoppel to reduce his liability for late fees and interest; the court defers decision on other issues including the amounts of attorney’s fees and interest son-in-law owes. Parents loaned daughter and her husband $1 million ...

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