In business relationships, contracts set out terms and responsibilities, in part, to help prevent disputes. In the era of good faith, Canadian businesses must increasingly think beyond those explicit terms and responsibilities.
- How the duty of good faith differs from other contractual terms
- Why good faith injects commercial uncertainty into contract relationships
- The power of careful drafting in the era of good faith
- Three court rulings that have determined the legal landscape
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