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es·top

 (ĕ-stŏp′)
tr.v. es·topped, es·top·ping, es·tops
1. Law To impede or prohibit by estoppel.
2. Archaic To stop up.

[Middle English estoppen, from Anglo-Norman estopper, from Vulgar Latin *stuppāre, to stop up; see stop.]

es·top′page (ĕ-stŏp′ĭj) n.
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estop

(ɪˈstɒp)
vb (tr) , -tops, -topping or -topped
1. (Law) law to preclude by estoppel
2. archaic to stop
[C15: from Old French estoper to plug, ultimately from Latin stuppa tow; see stop]
esˈtoppage n
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es•top

(ɛˈstɒp)

v.t. -topped, -top•ping.
1. to hinder or prevent by estoppel.
2. Archaic. to stop or stop up.
[1250–1300; Middle English < Anglo-French estopper, Old French estoper to stop up, derivative of estoupe < Latin stuppa tow; see stop]
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estop


Past participle: estopped
Gerund: estopping

Imperative
estop
estop
Present
I estop
you estop
he/she/it estops
we estop
you estop
they estop
Preterite
I estopped
you estopped
he/she/it estopped
we estopped
you estopped
they estopped
Present Continuous
I am estopping
you are estopping
he/she/it is estopping
we are estopping
you are estopping
they are estopping
Present Perfect
I have estopped
you have estopped
he/she/it has estopped
we have estopped
you have estopped
they have estopped
Past Continuous
I was estopping
you were estopping
he/she/it was estopping
we were estopping
you were estopping
they were estopping
Past Perfect
I had estopped
you had estopped
he/she/it had estopped
we had estopped
you had estopped
they had estopped
Future
I will estop
you will estop
he/she/it will estop
we will estop
you will estop
they will estop
Future Perfect
I will have estopped
you will have estopped
he/she/it will have estopped
we will have estopped
you will have estopped
they will have estopped
Future Continuous
I will be estopping
you will be estopping
he/she/it will be estopping
we will be estopping
you will be estopping
they will be estopping
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been estopping
you have been estopping
he/she/it has been estopping
we have been estopping
you have been estopping
they have been estopping
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been estopping
you will have been estopping
he/she/it will have been estopping
we will have been estopping
you will have been estopping
they will have been estopping
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been estopping
you had been estopping
he/she/it had been estopping
we had been estopping
you had been estopping
they had been estopping
Conditional
I would estop
you would estop
he/she/it would estop
we would estop
you would estop
they would estop
Past Conditional
I would have estopped
you would have estopped
he/she/it would have estopped
we would have estopped
you would have estopped
they would have estopped
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At that time I was not concerned in the adventure, in the course of which you have so successfully estopped me!
Insurers that don't explain limits or exclusions risk a court holding that they are estopped from raising those terms in defense of the claim.
"I believe that plaintiffs should be judicially estopped from now claiming that the same jewelry is worth tens of thousands of dollars more in an effort to collect from defendant," Jansen wrote.
For at least this reason, neither side establishes, based on the summary judgment evidence, that the City is or is not equitably estopped as a matter of law from pursuing its claims to recover the employee back contributions from the stagehands.
1436 of the Civil Code likewise states that a lessee or a bailee is estopped from asserting title to the thing leased or received, as against the lessor or bailor.
An administrative law judge is judicially estopped from making claims in a discrimination suit that are inconsistent with claims he made in a separate dissolution case, the Missouri Supreme Court has unanimously ruled.
Cassidy's willful and malicious injury to her, and that he is estopped from arguing otherwise.
The first issue was the school district and bus driver's argument that the Ford driver was estopped from arguing apportionment of fault because she agreed to be bound by the jury's fault determination in the prior case.
"Even if McDonough is not collaterally estopped from contending that she has a disability under the Rehabilitation Act, the undisputed record does not support such showing here, even post-ADAAA.
Defendant further asserts that plaintiff is collaterally estopped from maintaining the present action by virtue of an order, rendered on default, by the Civil Court, Queens County (Richard G.
'In my humble view, the defendant is estopped from denying to settle the plaintiff's claim for non-compliance of public procurement processes after benefitting from the services rendered by the plaintiff upon its inducement.'
4, 2015, the defendant moved pursuant to Rule 9.1 of the Superior Court Rules of Criminal Procedure to dismiss the criminal charges, arguing that the Traffic Tribunals dismissal collaterally estopped the criminal charges from proceeding.