good faith


Definitions of good faith

if a transaction is carried out in good faith then it is carried out with no intention to defraud or act dishonestly

He accused the unions of failing to act in good faith and of rejecting every proposal proffered.

something done with good intentions, without knowledge of fraudulent circumstances or reason to ask any particular questions (eg about the legitimacy of a deal)

After all, Your Honor, my client paid for the DVD player in good faith.