William Dixon, ‘Good faith in contractual performance and enforcement: Australian doctrinal hurdles’

In the ongoing and spirited debate about the relative merits of an obligation of good faith in contractual performance and enforcement, widely divergent views have been expressed about the appropriateness and content of the putative obligation. However, relatively less time has been devoted to discussion of the sparseness of tools available to facilitate doctrinal development and the hurdles necessarily imposed by such limited doctrinal resources. This article seeks to examine the Australian doctrinal position against the backdrop of good faith as it finds application in the wider global context.

Dixon, William M. (2011) Good faith in contractual performance and enforcement : Australian doctrinal hurdles. Australian Business Law Review, 39(4), pp. 227-244.

First posted 2011-09-07 06:30:02

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