Definitions for "good faith"
The observance of honorable intent in business relations and the avoidance of...
Good faith is an individual's honest intent to fulfill a promise fairly, even when a legal technicality remains unfulfilled.
Means honesty in fact and observance of reasonable commercial standards of fair dealing.
The presumption that a certificate is valid.
An attempt to resolve a dispute regarding a violation of Visa/MasterCard rules and regulations via written correspondence/documentation.