Bad faith
LexInter | November 21, 2006 | 0 Comments


Concept contrary to ” good faith “

Burden of proof of bad faith

Whoever alleges bad faith must establish it.

Possession of furniture may be in good faith or in bad faith

Bad faith is the expression of betrayal of trust

In the context of the sale, the seller is considered to be in bad faith: this is the expression of the original meaning of “faith” as being associated with “trust”: when this trust is not respected , there is “bad faith”

The professional seller is in bad faith in the event of product defects.

When it comes to professionals, the courts consider that the professional is in “bad faith” with regard to defects in the item sold. In general, “bad” faith “is presumed in the context of defective products .