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Duty to Negotiate in Good Faith

Duty to Negotiate in Good Faith

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A duty that may arise during negotiations of a final agreement. The obligation to negotiate in good faith is generally described as preventing one party from renouncing the deal, abandoning the negotiations, or insisting on conditions that do not conform to the preliminary agreement.

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