BONA FIDES

BONA FIDES

bona fides (boh-n[schwa] fI-deez), n. [Latin]

1. GOOD FAITH.

2. Roman law. The standard of conduct expected of a reasonable person, esp. in making contracts and similar actions; acting without fraudulent intent or malice.


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