A contract for the sale or other disposition of an interest in land must incorporate all the terms that have been expressly agreed by the parties1. Where the defendant alleges that a contract, complete on the face of it, is in fact incomplete, oral evidence is admissible to show that other terms were agreed and have been omitted but the defendant must prove what the other terms were2. Thus an agreement that one party is to pay the other's legal fees should be included in the written document3, as should a provision as to the date for completion and
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