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The JustAnswer experts in the Legal category work very hard to satisfy each and every customer. I noticed that today you asked 4 questions besides this one, received correct answers from the experts, yet you rejected the answers for your question No. 1 and No. 2, and have not accepted the answers provided to you for No. 3 and No. 4.
Is there something I can do to assure your satisfaction in answering this, your 5th question ?
The answer to #1 is D, because extrinsic (parole) evidence can be only be used to help interpret a contract. Extrinsic evidence that occurs before or during a contract's execution can shed light on the terms of the contract, but extrinsic evidence that occurred after a contract is executed cannot help to interpret that contract.
The answer to #2 is C, because an incidental beneficiary is one for whom a benefit was not intended. If the parties to a contract did not intend a benefit, the benefit cannot be enforced.