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UCC § 2-202


A provision of the Uniform Commercial Code that states, among other things, that evidence of an understanding made prior or contemporaneous to a written contract may be admitted to supplement the terms of the written contract as long as the supplemental terms are consistent with the written contract and the written contract was not intended to be a full and exclusive expression of the parties’ transaction.

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