If you want to know more about Anglo-Saxon contracts, register now on the VIP waiting list of our contract law course. We are open in January and seats fly. Choose an investment to see other examples of its use The clause called Entire Agreement or merger clause or Integration Clause is one of those boilerplate clauses easy to find at the end of contracts written in English. We leave you two short examples and our translation: one of them is that of the boilerplate clauses, and the one we are going to talk about today is one of them. By potency it can be used, but perhaps its effectiveness is not as wide in Spain and other similar countries. Our law is not common law. We may translate this term into “full agreement”, “full contract” or “integrity of the agreement”. We would simply like to point out that this is a series of very frequent standard clauses, which are normally found at the end of the Treaty and which aim to settle a number of usual or standardised issues. .