The relationship between a lack of good faith and a discrepancy
Many tend to pull out the argument of lack good faith on the part of the landlord in one breath with the claim that there is a discrepancy in the apartment, and in fact overuse the term lack of good faith and stick it to almost every claim.
Good faith should be used in cases where the other claims do not provide a good enough answer. The obligation to deliver an ‘appropriate’ apartment must be complied with in good faith and in an acceptable manner. Good faith is shifted to the execution of the charge and not to the very existence of the charge.
Finally, it is possible to deduce from the principle of good faith a certain flexibility in delivering an ‘appropriate’ apartment, despite everything that has been said before. A contract must be kept as written and as worded.