Buchanan’s Brief | Issue 1 of 2017 | Challenging A Signed Contract Based On Prior Verbal Discussions

A signed contract is presumed to set the terms of an agreement in stone. But can
such a contract subsequently be challenged based on prior verbal discussions,
possible tacit understandings and perceived ambiguity or vagueness?


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