\ɡˈʊd fˈe͡ɪθ], \ɡˈʊd fˈeɪθ], \ɡ_ˈʊ_d f_ˈeɪ_θ]\
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By Princeton University
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Sometimes legally binding due diligence around the effort made, information given, or transaction done, honestly, objectively, with no deliberate intent to defraud the other party. Yet, this does not cover a sin of omission, something done or not done in negligence. Known also as bona fides, implied by law into commercial contracts.
By Henry Campbell Black