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    Criticism in good faith is good. When it's targeted solely to destruction, I'm not interested.

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    The good-faith encourages the beauty of the mind; whereas, the bad-faith discourages that.

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    A good writer wants from us — or has no right to ask more than — intelligence, good faith and time.

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    For me, there is no hope without faith. Faith is a higher good. Faith in our divinity.

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    Gold has at all times been considered the best of testimonies of good faith.

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    You don't reach Serendib by plotting a course for it. You have to set out in good faith for elsewhere and lose your bearings... serendipitously.

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    If misunderstandings happen between the people, it is wiser to talk each other and explain your real purpose for the stable, and a stronger relationship than breaking that. Prove your good faith.

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    Hitler decided that Mussolini must be freed from the Italian Partisans because Benito was his friend and had acted in good faith.

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    Legal imposition avoids the necessity of honour or good faith.

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    Of course, Americans have no monopoly of patriotic enthusiasm and good faith.

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    The foundation of justice is good faith.

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    We live in an age where in politics, people can't disagree with each other without good faith being questioned, there is always an ulterior motive - in it for the money, advance a career.

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    No reported cases indicate whether a breach of an implied covenant of good faith may be raised as a defense to a residential unlawful detainer action [i.e., eviction]. Note, however, that a breach of the implied warranty of habitability may be so raised. See chap 15. It has been argued that the implied covenant of good faith requires a landlord to show just cause to evict a residential tenant. See Bell, Providing Security of Tenure for Residential Tenants: Good Faith as a Limitation on the Landlord's Right to Terminate, 19 Ga L Rev 483 (1985). If the landlord has breached the implied covenant of good faith, the tenant should consider raising that breach as an affirmative defense to the unlawful detainer action. Because the courts have not yet decided whether the covenant of good faith applies in residential unlawful detainer actions, tenants must look to commercial lease cases for law concerning the covenant. Those cases have found an implied covenant. See §§19.20–19.24.