When we invoke the good faith
of China, it is against making further reclamations and not making further works on islands that it had already reclaimed,' he said.
The judge's order is a victory for the pilots who have been fighting for their federally protected rights to negotiate a contract in good faith with the carrier.
The decision also said Flight Options/Flexjet did not negotiate in good faith for a joint collective bargaining agreement covering the merged carriers, and it ordered the company to do so.
The question of whether a particular contract is one in which an implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing applies is a question for the trial court to answer in the first instance.
The implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing exists in <begin strikethrough>virtually<end strikethrough> all contractual relationships.
the constitutional duties to bargain and consult in good faith.
duty to bargain in good faith has long been present in Canadian labour
The duty to negotiate in good faith should not be enforced in
of preliminary agreements to negotiate in good faith is inappropriate
Neither situation appeared to offer particularly fertile ground for the promulgation of good faith principles and practices.
We suggest here that, despite the context within which New Zealand's Employment Relations Act was introduced, its good faith provisions have encouraged significant improvements in collective bargaining and employment relationships.
1) In Australia, there is a growing body of opinion that 'good faith' is the Holy Grail for the franchise sector and that a requirement that the parties to a franchise agreement act in good faith should be imposed (2) by amendment of the current regulatory instrument, the Franchising Code of Conduct ('Code') (3) (which is prescribed under pt IVB of the Trade Practices Act 1974 (Cth) as a mandatory industry code).
of] good faith does not fit neatly into the structure of Australian contract law'.