What is parol evidence rule?

Answer The parol evidence rule is a principle in contract law that prevents evidence of prior or contemporaneous discussions or agreements from being considered when interpreting a contract if the evidenc... Read More »

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What is the parol evidence rule?

People enter into contracts everyday. Occasionally, parties attempt to alter their agreements. When a dispute occurs, evidence of any changes is called parol evidence and is not always admissible i... Read More »

How do I enter evidence for orders of protection in Tennessee under rule 402?

Sections 401 to 412 of Tennessee's Rules of Evidence define the kinds of evidence that can be presented in court. The general rule of thumb is evidence must be "relevant" to a fact of consequence ... Read More »

What is the difference between the silver rule and the golden rule?

Both the silver and the golden rules were written to serve as basic moral principles. Both are said to have Judeo-Christian roots, however, similar messages permeate many cultures and no one philos... Read More »

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