See the full video at https://youtu.be/hNzPoyGxw2s  The Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing is a general adoption of the law on contracts, that people should act in good faith and act fairly without breaking his word. When insurers use varying means to avoid obligations or deny what the other party clearly understood was a breach of duty in good faith. The treaty has been implied in every insurance contract since the beginning of modern insurance in Lloyd & # 39 ;s Coffee Shop more than three centuries ago.
The implicit duty of good faith and fair trade is a hundred-year-old concept. It aims to ensure that the parties to an agreement do not interfere with the other party's performance or destroy the other party's reasonable expectations as to the benefits of the agreement. Given that the obligation has existed for hundreds of years and is firmly entrenched in the common law, it is unlikely that it will disappear in the near future. The implicit duty of good faith and fair trade protects the parties 'ability to rely on their agreements, promises and risks and the parties' reasonable expectations.
The first recognized statement on the union of good faith and fair trade was issued by Lord Mansfield in the British House of Lords 1766 in Carter v. Boehm SC 1 Bl.593, 3 Burr 1906, 11 May 1766 the reason for the rule ”forcing the parties to disclose is to prevent fraud and to encourage good faith. It is adapted to such facts as vary in the nature of the contract; which one knows privately and the other is ignorant of and has no reason to suspect. Lord Mansfield was faced with a need to determine whether there was a fair representation in all circumstances at the time the policy was drawn up; or a concealment; fraudulent, if it is designed or, even if it is not designed, the subject matter of the policy varies materially and changes the risks that are understood.
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