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Unformatted text preview: possible meanings, the one that turns out to be to his advantage. Parol evidence rule prevents a party from adding a term previously agreed upon in negotiations but not included in the final written contract, (parol extrinsic to, outside the contract) Implied term not expressly included by the parties in the agreement but which, as reasonable people, they would have included had they thought about it 1 Courts will imply terms to make contract effect, if not the fair expectations of a party would be defeated (Moorcock case) 2 Courts will not imply a terms that is contrary to the expressed intent of the agreement. 3 Courts will not go further than is necessary and will not make a new contract for the parties....
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