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an equitable remedy with which the Court may invoke, at its discretion, to prevent the perversions of the judicial process and protect its integrity by prohibiting parties from deliberately changing positions according to the exigencies of the moment. The doctrine of judicial estoppel rests on the principle that absent any good explanation, a party should not be allowed to gain an advantage by litigation on one theory, and then seek an inconsistent advantage by pursuing an incompatible theory.

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