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Sumaiyya Mashkura Sumaiyya Mashkura Date: July 5, 2013 Project 2 Answers: No. Chris cannot demand the missing items from the auto company because the contract he signed didn’t mention the inclusion of additional information which were once missing, and it also included not to show or tell anyone about any information about the company. According to the Parole Evidence Rule the court will not accept prior negotiations as well as prior oral or written agreements between parties. If Chris shows evidence of subsequent modification, fraud, misrepresentation, misleading information or gross clerical error then there will be exceptions to this rule (The Parole Evidence rule-D2L Content Page). No. Chris does not have the right to sue because he is an incidental beneficiary whose benefit is not considered as the reason for the contract formation. According to the third party beneficiary rule, only intended beneficiaries has actionable legal rights in a contract (Third Party Beneficiaries-D2L Content Page). Facts After graduating with an accounting degree from Minnesota State University, Chris got hired in Global Dealings Inc. which is an a multinational organization with more than 40 plants all over the world. This corporation is also traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Chris received a higher salary than his class mates and his position was a very high post as an auditor/controller of the African Division of the company. He received some stock with the salary too. When he got the job, as a new employee he had to sign a contract. He agreed to the contents and signed the
Sumaiyya Mashkura contract. The contract strictly mentions of confidentiality. Basically it says not to share or tell

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