Category: parol evidence rule

Parol evidence rule: Partial integration rule

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Alleged oral agreement: Non-variance clause interpreted

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Parol evidence rule: Invoked to enforce agreement

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Employment lawfully terminated: Fixed term conditional

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Parol evidence rule: Remains part of SA law

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Determinative later conduct: No sham consultation

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Corporate wood babes: Inexcusable dishonest enrichment

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Interpretation of contract: Delicts not time-barred

The SCA disallowed the appeal and in interpreting a contractual time-limitation clause in a services agreements decided that delictual, as opposed to contractual claims, were not subject to the time-limitation clause.  The...

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Interpretation of contract: Intention and authority

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