Good Faith

Good Faith definition

/ɡʊd/ /feɪθ/

What does Good Faith mean?

The meaning of good faith has developed through case law and is dependent on its context. Definitions include honesty in performance and loyalty to the parties’ bargain, acting within the spirit of an agreement, acting consistently with the justified expectation of the parties and faithfulness to an agreed common purpose.

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