Whether a party has met his burden of proving equitable estoppel is a question of fact and, here, the trial court rejected the defendant's statute of frauds defense on the basis of equitable estoppel because it found part performance by the defendant.
St. Germain v. St. Germain
Connecticut Appellate Court
May 9, 2012
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