This section is from the book "The Law Of Contracts", by William Herbert Page. Also available from Amazon: Commercial Contracts: A Practical Guide to Deals, Contracts, Agreements and Promises.
Sec. 2137. Statement of rule.
Sec. 2139. Place of rule in law.
Sec. 2144. Written contract merges prior negotiations.
Sec. 2146. Evidence of intention direct inadmissible.
Sec. 2148. Legal effect of contract can not be contradicted.
Sec. 2149. Prima facie inferences subject to contradiction.
II. CASES OUTSIDE THE TERMS OF THE RULE
Sec. 2150. Limitations of the rule.
Sec. 2151 Incomplete contracts.
Sec. 2102. Express provision negativing extrinsic agreement.
Sec. 2168. What contracts are incomplete.
Sec. 2164. Purpose of instrument.
Sec. 2156. Written evidence.
Sec. 2157. Receipts and releases containing co. ctual term
Sec. 2158. Consideration recited as fact.
Sec. 2159. Receipts in full.
Sec. 2161. Recital of consideration in deeds and in contracts for deeds.
Sec. 2162. Recital of consideration in mortgages.
Sec. 2163. Recital of consideration in leases.
Sec. 2164. Recital of consideration contradicted to render transaction inoperative or defeat legal effect.
Sec. 2165. Oral contract as inducement.
Sec. 2166. Consideration as contractual term.
Sec. 2167. Rule does not apply to actions between parties to contract but not involving contract.
Sec. 2168. Rule does not apply to strangers to contract.
Sec. 2160. Who are strangers to contract.
Sec. 2171. Parol evidence rule does not apply where existence or validity of contract is in issue. Sec. 2172. Facts of execution in general. Sec. 2173. Genuineness of signature and intent of signer. Sec. 2174. Contents of written instrument. Sec. 2175. Extrinsic evidence as to date
Sec. 2177. Extrinsic evidence that party to instrument was not to be liable. Sec. 2178. Extrinsic evidence to annex condition precedent. Sec. 2170. Extrinsic evidence to annex condition subsequent. Sec. 2180. Want of consideration, mistake and fraud. Sec. 2181. Extrinsic evidence of mistake. Sec. 2182. Extrinsic evidence of fraud. Sec. 2183. Illegality.
Sec. 2184. Non-compliance with the Statute of Frauds.
III. USE OF EXTRINSIC EVIDENCE IN CASES WITHIN THE RULE
Sec. 2188. Identification of parties.
Sec. 2180. Identification of subject-matter.
Sec. 2101. Collateral consistent contracts.
Sec. 2102. What contracts are collateral.
Sec. 2103. Examples of contracts held not to be collateral.
Sec. 2104. Collateral inconsistent contracts.
IV. APPLICATION OF FOREGOING PRINCIPLES
Sec. 2105. Method of performance.
Sec. 2107. Warranties.
Sec. 2108. Surety.
Sec. 2100. Drawer.
Sec. 2201. Regular indorsement held to be incomplete.
Sec. 2202. Indorsement without recourse.
Sec. 2203. Irregular indorsers.
Sec. 2204. Purpose of indorsement.
Sec. 2205. Contract signed by agent - Evidence to relieve agent from liability.
Sec. 2207. Addition of word "agent" held to make contract ambiguous.
Sec. 2208. Extrinsic evidence to enable principal to sue.
Sec. 2210. Effect of knowledge of identity of principal.