Comprehensive contractual clauses are therefore designed to counter issues related to contractual agreements: no misrepresentation. To do this, we need one more thing: a no-confidence clause. The judge said that the purpose of such clauses is that in some cases, however, previous agreements may predominate, although this agreement contains a full clause of agreement under the Doctrine of Estoppel by Convention.21The doctrine of the Estoppel by convention means that a party “prevents” a contract from being not altered by the conduct of the parties, although the contract includes a “complete” clause. The entire contractual clause has no bearing on the correction and allows the parties to provide extrinsious evidence that a clause has been omitted and that the contract should be rectified.14This is contrary to section 92 law subject 1 of the IEA. Oral evidence may be authorized for correcting typographical errors, actual and accidental errors, such as a mischaracterization of properties15, The Ontario Court of Appeal, however, has the liberty of admitting oral evidence of mutual fact in order to alter the terms of the contract17.17 Other oral evidence is also admissible if the error is due to an innocent misrepresentation.18 The Ontario Court of Appeal equitably warned the commercial parties that they have equitably warned the trade parties that they need it. to respect the action of contractual counterparties after an agreement has been reached, even if the contract in issue contains a full explicit contractual clause. A full contractual clause provides that the agreement is limited to the matters mentioned in the contract and excludes any material to which it is not referred, thus excluding in a preliminary way: in nF Football Investments Ltd/NFCC Group Holdings Limited, the High Court found that, while the contractual clause is interpreted as a whole in the context of the contract, it prevented a claim for compensation despite the absence of an explicit exclusion to that effect. Courts have often found ways to implement warranty contracts. A support contract must be “substantially different and distinct” from the main agreement. Even if a support contract is ahead of the main agreement, it should not be covered by a full contractual clause if it is considered a “complement” to the main agreement and must be parallel5.