mala fide

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Synonyms for mala fide

not being what one purports to be

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As policyholders become more sophisticated, the traditional reasons for dismissing or striking tortious reverse bad faith are eroding.
City of Bozeman, it adopted a more conservative interpretation of bad faith liability.
Platinum believes that Echo entered into the contract in bad faith with no intention of performing its obligations or using the funds for the intended purposes.
24, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Teamsters Local 727 filed numerous unfair labor practice charges today against Coca-Cola Refreshments, a subsidiary of Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO), that include bargaining in bad faith, intimidation of workers with baseball bats and unilaterally changing contract terms and working conditions.
Nor may the insurer avoid bad faith simply because the amount ultimately awarded in arbitration is less than the policy limits or the insured's initial demand.
Some states view an insurer's bad faith in settling an insurance claim as a contract breach, but other states consider insurer bad faith to be a tort (Stempel, 2008; GenRe, Palmer, and Dodge, 2008).
However, both the Legislature and the state Supreme Court now have bad faith matters before them.
Four years ago the Fourth District wrote that Cotton States involved a bad faith claim, not a first-party coverage claim.
A bill protecting insurance companies from bad faith litigation if they handle claims within 45 days has cleared its first committee in the Florida House.
According to the District Court of Appeal of Florida, an appraisal award pursuant to an insurance contract constitutes a "favorable resolution" of an underlying breach of contract dispute for the purposes of filing a bad faith cause of action.
Summary: A RAK Misdemeanour Court bench, presided by Judge Yusuf Rajab, on Wednesday started hearing a case in which a 68-year-old Arab woman is accused of issuing, in bad faith, a dud cheque for Dh1.
xxx domain name identical to (Sir Richard's) mark without having any rights or interests therein is evidence of bad faith registration and use," telegraph.
THIS CASE INVOLVED AN APPEAL FROM A MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR JUDGMENT ENTERED BY THE KENTON CIRCUIT COURT IN ATHIRD-PARTY INSURANCE BAD FAITH CASE.
Summary: Moroccan Foreign Minister, Taieb Fassi Fihri, said, Sunday in Surt, Libya, that Morocco will continue to adhere to the Arab-African partnership, while remaining "cautious about attempts to exploit this process out of bad faith.
Summary: Surt - Moroccan Foreign Minister, Taieb Fassi Fihri, said, Sunday in Surt, Libya, that Morocco will continue to adhere to the Arab-African partnership, while remaining "cautious about attempts to exploit this process out of bad faith.