Therefore, a threshold issue for a court that hears a contractual dispute is to define the conditions that the parties wished to include in their agreement to define the terms of the integrated agreement, these are the conditions that bind the parties to certain obligations or responsibilities. As defined in paragraph (second) of Treaties 209, an integrated agreement is the final expression of the terms of their agreement. U.S. contract law is based on the contractual freedom of the parties and the courts in the general courts respect the intentions of the parties, which they interfere with in their agreements. A comprehensive agreement clause is an explicit expression of the parties` intention that the agreement be final, comprehensive and integrated. It is therefore reasonable for a clause relating to the whole agreement to be strong and convincing evidence to the court that the agreement is integrated. The inclusion of a full agreement clause greatly increases the likelihood that the court will find that your agreement is integrated. The “complete agreement” or “integration” clause defines the scope of the agreement. The agreement-wide clause tells the courts that what is defined as the agreement is a complete, comprehensive or “fully integrated” agreement. In this respect, a comprehensive agreement clause becomes important.

A clause in a comprehensive agreement is intended to make the Tribunal understand that the parties intend the agreement to be a definitive expression of their intent or to be integrated and complete. A comprehensive agreement clause is convincing evidence of an integrated agreement, but it is not temporary; a court is not obliged to find an integrated agreement, including an entire agreement clause. (a) this agreement and the transaction documents contain the parties` full agreement and understanding of the sale and purchase of the sale shares and support and anenitance all previous agreements between the parties with respect to the sale and purchase; Evidence Establishing Integration: While after an agreement is signed, the courts do not authorize additional documents, agreements or other evidence, these documents, agreements and other evidence can and should be used to determine the threshold for the initial integration of an agreement. Fraud and coercion: there is a significant suspension when the courts allow evidence that would otherwise not be in favour of an already integrated agreement. Courts always accept evidence of fraud, coercion or other wrongdoing that forced a party to accept the agreement or certain terms of the agreement. If the court finds fraud or coercion, it may not be applicable to the agreement or certain conditions. The court ultimately decides whether an agreement is integrated. This agreement, as well as the transaction documents, constitutes the entire agreement between the parties on all matters covered in this agreement. The contracting parties acknowledge that this agreement was negotiated on the basis that a comprehensive agreement clause is linked to common law rules with respect to comprehensive agreements or “integrated agreements”.

3 The parties` statements or statements prior to the conclusion of the contract are not negligible, however, even if a merger clause is included in the contract. They can be used to interpret the contract taking into account these previous statements or statements that may lead to a change in the written text of the contract or the adoption of a tacit clause.