Bad faith

Bad faith,

Definition of Bad faith:

  1. Intent to deceive.

  2. Lack of honesty or trust, such as to knowingly misrepresent a thing or situation as what it is not in reality. Called mala fides in Latin.

Synonyms of Bad faith

Duplicity, Treachery, Betrayal, Double-crossing, Faithlessness, Unfaithfulness, Untrustworthiness, Infidelity, Bad faith, Disloyalty, Perfidy, Perfidiousness, Treason, Breach of trust, Fraud, Fraudulence, Underhandedness, Cheating, Dishonesty, Deceit, Deceitfulness, Deception, Falseness, Stab in the back, Back-stabbing, Lying, Mendacity, Trickery, Two-facedness

How to use Bad faith in a sentence?

  1. The owners have bargained in bad faith.

Meaning of Bad faith & Bad faith Definition

Bad Faith,

What is The Meaning of Bad Faith?

A term that describes the most unfair treatment that goes beyond the negligence of the insurer. For example, a malicious claim can arise when a liability insurer refuses to settle a claim within the insurance limits when the insurer's liability is undeniable. Damage caused by illicit will is also known as damage caused by illegal acts. Often, they exceed the claims insurance policy object.

Literal Meanings of Bad Faith

Bad:

Meanings of Bad:
  1. Not true.

  2. Poor quality or low level.

  3. They do not like unpleasant or disturbing expectations or desires.

  4. Failure to adhere to acceptable standards of moral excellence or conduct.

  5. (Body part) is injured, sick or ill.

  6. (Food) slow rotten

  7. Sorry, guilty or embarrassed about something

  8. Wrong Wrong.

  9. very well.

Sentences of Bad
  1. Bad food

  2. bad weather

  3. Bad people

  4. backache

  5. Everything in the fridge was broken

  6. When the engagement ended, she felt bad

  7. 87 Bad check deposit

Synonyms of Bad

outstanding, magnificent, poor, guilt-ridden, unfavourable, dissolute, invalid, defective, full of regret, morally wrong, putrescent, wonderful, unpleasant, unfortunate, putrid, delightful, decomposed, second-class, unwelcome, unacceptable, amoral, guilty, worthless, reprobate, shamefaced, careless, mouldering, wicked, inadequate, substandard

Faith:

Meanings of Faith:
  1. Complete belief or belief in someone or something.

  2. Strong belief in God or the teachings of religion are based on spiritual insight rather than evidence.

Sentences of Faith
  1. Give confidence to politicians

  2. Mourning people who showed high punishment

Synonyms of Faith

denomination, belief, doctrine, conviction, credence, dependence, religious belief, dogma, ideology, reliance, code of belief, creed, sect, religion, teaching, confidence, persuasion, religious persuasion, church

Bad Faith,

Bad Faith Definition:

  • Bad Faith means, A term of gross negligence behavior that goes beyond the simple negligence of the insurer. For example, a bad faith claim can arise when a responsible insurer tries to settle a claim within the limits of insurance when the policyholder's liability is free. Malicious damage, also called tort, is usually severe. Often they exceed the limits of the insurance policy that is the subject of the claim.

Literal Meanings of Bad Faith

Bad:

Meanings of Bad:
  1. Poor quality or poor quality

  2. Failure to meet acceptable standards of moral excellence or behavior.

  3. (Body part) Injured, sick or ill.

  4. Mold (food)

  5. Sorry, I'm guilty or embarrassed about something.

  6. Chinese beer.

Sentences of Bad
  1. bad news

  2. 87 Bad checks collected.

  3. They want the worst and most beautiful corvette ever.

  4. It really hit him

Synonyms of Bad

crooked, amateurish, penitent, miserable, chronic, useless, unprincipled, dud, faulty, abominable, deplorable, awful, degenerate, sinful, ■■■, incompetent, iniquitous, game, diabolical, lousy, the pits, gammy, deficient, crap, duff, knackered, sorry

Faith:

Meanings of Faith:
  1. A strong belief in the teachings of a religion is based on spiritual beliefs rather than evidence.

  2. Asked to show surprise or emphasis.

Sentences of Faith
  1. Grieve the one who has shown the greatest faith.

  2. Faith showed me the door and I went home.

Synonyms of Faith

hope, optimism, hopefulness, expectation

Bad Faith,

Definition of Bad Faith:

  1. A term for grossly unfair behavior that goes beyond the insurer's negligence. For example, when a liability policyholder tries to settle a claim within the limits of insurance when the policyholder's liability is relieved, a fraudulent claim may arise. The damage caused by dishonesty, also called immorality, is often sufficient. Often they exceed the insurance policy that is the subject of the claim.

Literal Meanings of Bad Faith

Bad:

Meanings of Bad:
  1. Sorry, I am guilty or ashamed of something.

Synonyms of Bad

remorseful, unscrupulous, sour, imperfect, maggoty, dire, abysmal, third-rate, putrefied, rubbish, dreadful, conscience-stricken, black-hearted, pathetic, disagreeable, ineffectual, not up to snuff, off, woeful, fake, ropy, not up to scratch, evil, rank, contrite, unfit for human consumption, not up to par

Faith:

Sentences of Faith
  1. Mourning people who showed high faith.