[Answer] Suppose Xavier receives an offer to play on a minor-league hockey team a few states away from where he currently lives. He moves out of his apartment turns down offers from other teams and moves all his possessions to a new apartment close to the hockey arena. After moving there Xavier is then told there is no position for him anymore! May he sue the hockey team?

Answer: Yes this situation looks like promissory estoppel:-Promissory estoppel occurs when one party makes a promise knowing the other party will rely on it the other party does rely on it and the only way to avoid injustice is to enforce the promise even though it is not supported by consideration
Suppose Xavier receives an offer to play on a minor-league hockey team a few states away from where he currently lives. He moves out of his apartment turns down offers from other teams …

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