Good faith—most lawyers have an opinion on these two words. While the notion of good faith may play specific roles at domestic and regional levels, it remains an elusive siren at the international level. The concept was subject to controversy at the birth of the 1980 United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) and has been debated by scholars ever since. Considering that the Convention has now been in force for over thirty years, it is agreed that time is ripe for “a call to arms for further research into a uniform standard of good faith. This Article contributes to such further research as it unravels the life of good faith in court practice on a scale never before seen.
Recommended CitationThomas Neumann, The Roots and Fruits of Good Faith in Domestic Court Practice, 31 Pace Int'l L. Rev. 59 (2018)
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