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Good Faith Obligation

Good Faith Obligation

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A duty arising during negotiations of a final agreement that requires the parties to exercise good faith and fair dealing while performing the contract. An implied obligation of good faith and fair dealing exists in the performance of every contract and acts as a limit on the discretion possessed by the parties.

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