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    Parol Evidence Rule Jenkins v. Eckerd

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    Jenkins v. Eckerd Corporation questions:
    1. After reading the case, explain the Parole Evidence Rule.
    2. Have you ever been the victim of a parole evidence rule violation?
    3. Do you agree with the parole evidence rule? Explain.

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    1) The Parol Evidence rule says that any oral or written terms outside of a valid contract are not admissible in a court of law pertaining to that contract. Therefore, written contracts need to have all the terms of the contract written into the contract and no other terms are given ...

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    Jenkins v. Eckerd Corporation questions:
    1. After reading the case, explain the Parole Evidence Rule.
    2. Have you ever been the victim of a parole evidence rule violation?
    3. Do you agree with the parole evidence rule? Explain.

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