Definición de parol en inglés:

parol

Silabificación: pa·rol
Pronunciación: /pəˈrōl, ˈparəl
 
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adjetivo

Law
1Given or expressed orally: the parol evidence
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Alternatively, the court might construe the statements regarding the aeroplane's history as a collateral contract, thereby avoiding the parol evidence rule.
  • One argument is that the parties intend to reduce their oral contract to written form, and that consequently the parol evidence rule excludes evidence to show the inconsistency.
  • Counsel for CPC objected that these notes offend the parol evidence rule and, thus, are inadmissible.
1.1(Of a document) agreed orally, or in writing but not under seal: there was a parol agreement
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The old rule expressed in Elliott v Johnson LR 2 QB 120 was that covenants did not run on the assignment of a parol lease: the principles in Spencer's Case applied only to legal leases made by deed.

Origen

late 15th century (as a noun): from Old French parole 'word' (see parole).

Frases

by parol

By oral declaration.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • A contract required by law to be made in or evidenced by writing can only be varied by writing, although as we have seen, it can be rescinded by parol.

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