Can tenants assert claims not mentioned in their estoppel certificate?

In Leasing Property - Asked by Bryan S. - Sep 28, 2008
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John W.
Broker/Agent
Denver, CO

Just because a tenant signed an estoppel certificate doesn't necessarily achieve that. You must be able to prove lack of knowledge, lack of means of obtaining knowledge, reliance on the words or conduct of the party to be estopped, reasonableness and good faith in so relying and action, base on such relience, resuliting in a prejudicial change to the party's position. check the ABA's website.

Sep 28, 2008
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