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Principle: Terms of Any Written Contract Can Be Proved by Producing the Written Contract Only and Oral Evidence is Excluded. Facts: a Gives B Receipt for Money Paid by B. Oral Evidence - Legal Reasoning

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Principle: Terms of any written contract can be proved by producing the written contract only and oral evidence is excluded.

Facts: A gives B receipt for money paid by B. Oral evidence is offered to prove payment. 

Options

  • Oral evidence to prove payment is allowed 

  • Oral evidence to prove payment is not allowed 

  • Oral evidence is always allowed to prove all facts 

  • Oral evidence is generally disallowed 

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Solution

Oral evidence to prove payment is allowed 

Explanation:

Oral evidence to prove payment is allowed. Receipt of money is only on acknowledgment, not a written contract, and oral evidence is excluded from the written contracts. Therefore, the oral evidence of the receipt of payment is allowed. 

Concept: Contract Law
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