Good faith

The High Court held that a duty to act in good faith contained in an outsourcing agreement was breached by the way in which service credits had been calculated and by aspects of the customer’s conduct in relation to implementation of the agreement. This case serves as a timely reminder that “good faith” provisions do have some meaning and cannot simply be disregarded.

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