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O'Connor, J.F., Good Faith in English Law, Aldershot 1991

Title
O'Connor, J.F., Good Faith in English Law, Aldershot 1991
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The principle of good faith in English law is a fundamental principle derived from the rule pacta sunt servanda, and other legal rules, distinctively and directly related to honesty, fairness and reasonableness, the application of which is determined at a particular time by the standards of honesty, fairness and reasonableness prevailing in the community which are considered appropriate for formulation in new or revised legal rules.

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Referring Principles
Trans-Lex Principle: I.1.1 - Good faith and fair dealing in international trade
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