good faith definition

  • noun:
    • Compliance with requirements of decency and sincerity: bargained in good-faith.
    • great, honest intentions, no matter if creating unfortunate outcomes.
    • having truthful objectives
  • adjective:
    • Having or through with great, truthful intentions; well-intentioned.
    • Presuming that all parties to a discussion tend to be honest and plan to work in a fair and proper manner.

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