The Growing Uncertainty about Good Faith in American Contract Law
The article covers: Consideration of development of case law in US concerning doctrine of good faith. Contention that since early 1990's concept has become uncertain in US courts. Assessment that two divisions apparent in case law: neoformist camp supporting strict application of contract language; and contextualist camp where courts construe concept of good faith with substantive content.
Contract, Construction of contracts, Doctrine of good faith
Commercial Law | Contracts
Journal of Contract Law
The Growing Uncertainty about Good Faith in American Contract Law. (2004). Journal of Contract Law. 20, (1), 50-56. Research Collection School Of Law.
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