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Hawrish v Bank of Montreal [1969] SCR 515; 66 WWR 673; 2 DLR (3d) 600

This case considered the issue of parol evidence and whether or not evidence of a conversation between a solicitor and a bank manager was admissible that took place when the solicitor signed a continuing guarantee in relation to present and future debts of a company.

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Hawrish v Bank of Montreal [1969] SCR 515; 66 WWR 673; 2 DLR (3d) 600
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