Honesty: The Best Policy…but Not Necessary When Enforcing a Contract

How far do the contractual duties of honesty and good faith extend when it comes to the employment relationship? Can Canadian courts disregard the wording of a contract in the name of “fairness”?

Samantha Stepney considers these timely questions, and others, in her latest case law update. Read Samantha’s review of the recent Alberta Court of Appeal decision in Styles v. Alberta Investment Management Corporation here.


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