The importance of acting in good faith with your co-contractors

September 2010

The importance of acting in good faith with your co-contractors

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Julie Sauriol


Construction-Sauriol-Cocontractants-ENFor a number of years, the courts have recognized that all parties to a contract are subject to the reciprocating duty of good faith. They have the duty of providing information throughout the execution of a contract. In the field of construction, where owners, contractors and sub-contractors often work together, this obligation of good faith can be of utmost importance.(Available in French only)
 

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