Entire agreement clause

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An entire agreement clause is a clause which states that the written agreement represents the whole agreement between the parties, and that the parties did not rely on any other terms or representations except for what is written in the document. When an entire agreement clause exists, a party will not be able to claim that it relied on an oral discussion or thought that other negotiations comprised legally binding terms of the contract.

However, an entire agreement clause will not stop the court from implying terms into the contract.

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