4.2-6 Effect of Incorporated
Revised to January 1, 2008
If you find that the parties entered
into a contract that refers to other existing document[s] in such a manner as to
establish that they intended to make the terms and conditions of that other
document[s] part of their contract, you should interpret that incorporated
document[s] as part of the contract between the parties according to the rules I
have given you for interpreting contracts. The document[s] incorporated need
not be attached to the contract nor signed nor initialed to be part of the
contract unless the contract so requires.
In the absence of an express
provision, incorporated documents may neither expand nor restrict the
obligations of the parties under the basic contract.