Good Faith in International Law
Dartmouth, 1991 - 148 Seiten
This text considers the origin and development of good faith in legal theory and its role as a fundamental principle in international law. It ranges from the origins of the concept and the first manifestations of the legal principle, to recent decisions of international courts and tribunals.
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The Development of the Concept of Good Faith
Elements of Good Faith in Legal Systems
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