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What is an Entire Agreement?
An entire agreement is a clause in a contract that states that the terms within are the sole agreement between the two or more parties. This means that if any preceding agreements were made between the contract parties, the new agreement overrides those previously made agreements. By creating and signing an agreement that includes an entire agreement clause, contract parties acknowledge and agree that the verbiage within the contract describes the entirety of their rules and obligations and that all previous promises made are rendered null and void.
The purpose of the entire agreement is to make official the terms within the contract regardless of previous discussions and agreements between the parties.
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