utmost good faith
a principle used in insurance contracts, legally obliging all parties to reveal to the others any information that might influence the others' decision to enter into the contractAlso called: uberrima fides
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Not Good vs. No Good: When To Use Them Both
Here’s something that’s good to know: No good means something has no use or value, and has no potential of becoming good. Not good means something is bad or undesirable. The correct way to use them isn’t that clear cut. At times, there’s no difference, and they can be used interchangeably. No Good When good is used as a noun, no can quantify or modify …
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