Extrinsic Evidence

Extrinsic Evidence

Definition

At trial, evidence other than questions posed to the witness, including documents or testimony from other witnesses. Extrinsic evidence also refers to evidence external to a will, contract, or other writing, offered to vary or explain the terms of the writing. In that context, extrinsic evidence is also called parol evidence.

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