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Parol Evidence Rule

Usually the contract between the two parties are written and complete. Even if the contract is oral by nature, some of it is written so as to be enforceable in case of breach of such contracts. Once a contract is final, no oral(Parole) agreement is considered to change or alter the effect of the contract that is written. Home
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