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of agreements (such as
contracts) in which one
(the promisee, such as an applicant) is under a
to disclose all material facts and surrounding circumstances that could
of the other party (the promisor, such as an insurance company) to enter the
. Non-disclosure or a partial-disclosure makes such agreements
. Latin for,
utmost good faith
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