When a contract is partly written and partly printed, or when part of it is written
or printed under the special directions of the parties and with a special view to
their intention and the remainder is copied from a form originally prepared without
special reference to the particular parties and particular contract in question, the
written parts control the printed parts and the parts which are purely original control
those which are copied from a form and if the two are absolutely repugnant the latter
must be disregarded insofar as such repugnancy exists.
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