estoppel
A prohibition against an individual disagreeing with a fact that has been established in court by a legal proceeding or by some other authority. An estoppel might be used in a forex fraud case when a disreputable broker insists on claiming they can continue to take on Forex Trading clients in a particular jurisdiction despite the fact that they have been prohibited from doing so by the court.
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