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Home Q&A Forum What's the entire agreement clause in a commercial lease?

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Commercial Lease

New York

Asked on Apr 25, 2023

What's the entire agreement clause in a commercial lease?

I am a small business owner who recently signed a commercial lease for my business premises. I am concerned about the “entire agreement” clause in the lease, as I am not sure what it covers and what the implications are for me and my business. I am looking for clarification on the clause and any potential risks associated with it.

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New York

Answered 447 days ago

Matthew S.

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This is a contractual provision which aims to prevent the party relying on it from being liable for any statements or representations (including pre-contractual representations) except as expressly set out in the agreement. It generally precludes the introduction of parol evidence or evidences of other agreements that are not in writing.

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