This comment clarifies the considerable confusion that befogs the promissory estoppel doctrine in Washington. Part I discusses situations in which a promisee, though unable to establish a traditional contract, can invoke promissory estoppel to obtain relief. Part II examines the elements of promissory estoppel identified in Hill and illustrates their application in various fact patterns.
Joseph D. Weinstein,
Promissory Estoppel in Washington,
55 Wash. L. Rev.
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