Compliance with the Contract
- Buying an apartment in Israel
- The Sales Contract
The insistence by one of the parties on express right agreed in the contract between the parties, even when the request is not written between the lines and is not an artificial interpretation of one word or another in the contract, is not an act of bad faith.
The requirement to fulfill an explicit obligation agreed upon by the parties cannot in itself be considered a lack of good faith only because the requirement to satisfy the obligation causes harm to the infringing party or benefits the injured party.