bona fide

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التركية - التركية

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BONA FİDES
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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Done in good faith

Although he failed, the prime minister made a bona fide attempt to repair the nation's damaged economy.

Genuine; not counterfeit

Wharvey Gal: But you ain’t bona fide!.

Alternative spelling of bona fide

Any bonâ fide quotations for the following : Abnegative, abnet, abnodate, abnodation,.

In good faith; without dishonesty, fraud or deceit
good faith
In good faith; genuine
In good faith and without fraud
Latin for "In good faith"; without fraud or deceit
In good faith; without fraud
Made in good faith, at fair market value, without deceit or fraud
not counterfeit or copied; "an authentic signature"; "a bona fide manuscript"; "an unquestionable antique"; "photographs taken in a veritable bull ring"
In good faith; honesty
undertaken in good faith; "a bona fide offer
Sincere, real, without fraud or deceit Comes from the Latin for "in good faith "
In good faith or with good faith; without fraud or deceit; genuine Int'l C of L , 1994 at pp 39, 42; Tetley, "Vita Food Products Revisited" (1992) 37 McGill L J 292-316
In or with good faith; without fraud or deceit; real or really; actual or actually; genuine or genuinely; as, you must proceed bona fide; a bona fide purchaser or transaction
In good faith, without fraud (Source: Written for AllRegs)
A legal term referring to actions or individuals that are acting honestly and in good faith
In good faith •Insurance - General
In good faith, without fraud or deceit
In good faith; genuine; without fraud or deceit
From the Latin: "For/in or with good faith "
In good faith
Bona fide is a legal term that refers to any actions or persons that are honest and in good faith For example, an offer made by a buyer who has every intention of completing the sale is a bona fide offer The lawyer or real estate agent who accepts the offer on behalf of the seller is a bona fide representative of the seller
In good faith, without fraud
A legal term that refers to actions or persons that are honest and in good faith
In or with good faith; honestly, openly, and sincerely; without deceit or fraud Truly; actually; without simulation or pretense Innocently; in the attitude of trust and confidence; without notice of fraud, etc (Black's Law Dictionary, 4th Ed )
In good faith, without fraud or deceit; authentic; sincere
If something or someone is bona fide, they are genuine or real. We are happy to donate to bona fide charitable causes = genuine bogus. real, true, and not intended to deceive anyone
In good faith, honestly, openly, and sincerely and without deceit or fraud In an attitude of trust and confidence, without notice of fraud
undertaken in good faith; "a bona fide offer"
Done in good faith Also means authentic or genuine
bona fide error
genuine mistake
bona fide purchaser
person who truly intends to buy something
bona fides
sincerity, good faith
bona fides
credentials that authenticate a person's standing or reputation
bonafide
genuine or authentic
bona fides
sincerity, lack of deceit, earnest intentions
bona fides
Good faith; honesty; freedom from fraud or deception
bona fides
Someone's bona fides are their good or sincere intentions. Mr Perks questioned them at length to establish their bona fides. if you check someone's bona fides, you check that they are who they say they are, and that their intentions are good and honest
bonafide
made sincerely, in good faith
bona fide
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