First, such a clause does not prevent the parties from invoking statements or documents that are “extrinsic” to the contract – that is, documents that can be used to clarify the importance of the contract (although such extrinsic documents cannot be used to establish a separate contractual agreement between the parties). However, the existence of a full contractual term in a contract does not always preclude the exercise of a claim or the use of certain statements. For example, a full contractual clause has no influence on the following: what is a global contractual clause? A whole contract clause is a good example of a boilerplate provision on which the parties negotiate for a short time, but whose terms can have unintended or unintended consequences on the contract and the rights of the parties. . . .