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Unformatted text preview: made at the time of the Contract? 8. What is the impact of the Parol Evidence Rule on a written contract that appears to be complete? The parol evidence rule prohibits testimony from being introduced to change or add to the terms of a compete, written contract. 9. If a Contract is ambiguous and there is no oral evidence to clear up the ambiguity, how is it constructed? 10. When does the Parol Evidence Rule allow oral testimony when a written contract appears complete? The parol evidence rule does not permit any testimony to be introduced to vary, add to, modify, or contradict the terms of a written contract unless there is evidence of fraud, accident, or mistake so that the writing is in fact not a contract or is incomplete or ambiguous....
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- Spring '09
- Contract Law, oral contract, Parol evidence rule