The entire agreement clause (1)

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The entire agreement clause (also referred to as a whole agreement, integration or merger clause; see Unit 1) is a means by which parties attempt to limit certain forms of parol evidence. It is often used to demonstrate that the contract itself represents a complete integration (=the sole and entire agreement) between the parties. Jurisdictions […]

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