Parol evidence rule, Business Law and Ethics

1. How do mandatory terms limit freedom of contract?

2. How do contract interpretation issues arise?

3. What is the difference between subjective and objective intent?  

4. How do you determine subjective and objective intent?

5. When is, "course of performance," "course of dealing", and "usage of trade" important in resolving contract interpretation issues?

6. What is an adhesion contract?

7. What is the parol evidence rule?  

8. When can parol evidence supplement the terms of a contract?  

9. How do you know if "writing" (contract) is fully or partially integrated and why does it matter?

10. Describe 5 issues that may arise when a party is attempting to modify a contract.

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