ZIPPER CLAUSE

ZIPPER CLAUSE

zipper clause. Contracts. A contractual provision that operates both as an integration clause and as a no-oral-modification clause. See INTEGRATION CLAUSE ; NO-ORAL-MODIFICATION CLAUSE.

¡°[A] ¡®zipper clause¡¯ … so called because the combination of the integration clause and the no-oral-modification clause is intended to foreclose claims of any representations outside the written contract ….¡± Pace v. Honolulu Disposal Serv., 227 F.3d 1150, 1159 (9th Cir. 2000).


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