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Good faith is concerned with the methods devised by the courts to keep misleading or deceptive conduct by parties to sales to the minimum. This book deals with the subject in depth, covering the legal nature of the duty of good faith, insurance and surety transactions, the sale of land, landlord and tenant, the sale of company shares, and dealing with the vulnerable buyer or seller. It covers all aspects of good faith from its historical development to the present. Short summaries of important decisions are given at the end of each chapter, with commentary.