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An integration or merger clause protects you from claims that there are other parts to your deal that weren't written down or that somewhere along the line there was an oral agreement to change the contract from the way it was written. It's usually the last clause in a contract. A simple version of it may read: "This agreement contains our entire understanding and cannot be changed orally."

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