act in good faith

act in good faith
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  • act in good faith — ► to do something believing that it is the right thing to do: »Although errors of judgement were made, at all times the company s staff acted in good faith. Main Entry: ↑act …   Financial and business terms

  • good faith — good′ faith′ n. accordance with standards of honesty, trust, sincerity, etc.: to act in good faith[/ex] • Etymology: 1890–95 …   From formal English to slang

  • good faith — /gʊd ˈfeɪθ/ (say good fayth) noun 1. honesty of purpose or sincerity of declaration: to act in good faith. 2. expectation of such qualities in others: to take a job in good faith …   Australian-English dictionary

  • good faith — accordance with standards of honesty, trust, sincerity, etc. (usually prec. by in): If you act in good faith, he ll have no reason to question your motives. Cf. bad faith. [1890 95] * * * …   Universalium

  • good faith — n [translation of Latin bona fides]: honesty, fairness, and lawfulness of purpose: absence of any intent to defraud, act maliciously, or take unfair advantage filed the suit in good faith negotiating in good faith see also good faith exception …   Law dictionary

  • good faith estimate — (GFE) A disclosure that real estate mortgage lenders must, under the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), give to all mortgage loan applicants within three days of when they apply. The disclosure must estimate all settlement charges the …   Law dictionary

  • Good faith estimate — A good faith estimate must be provided by a mortgage lender or broker in the United States to a customer, as required by the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA). The estimate must include an itemized list of fees and costs associated… …   Wikipedia

  • good faith — 1. noun Good, honest intentions, even if producing unfortunate results. He made a mistake, but acted in good faith. 2. adjective a) Having or done with good, honest intentions; well intentioned. A good faith buyer. b) …   Wiktionary

  • Good Faith Estimate — An estimate of the fees due at closing for a mortgage loan that must be provided by a lender to a borrower within three days of the lender taking a borrower s loan application. A good faith estimate is required by the Real Estate Settlement… …   Investment dictionary

  • Good faith rule — Nardone gegen USA Entschieden 11. Dezember 1939 Rubrum: Frank C. Nardone et al …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • good faith —    The honest intention to act fairly without taking an unfair advantage over another person, or to fulfill agreed promises without using technical excuses or willfully misconstruing clear understandings …   Business law dictionary

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