Is it wise to negotiate in good faith an interim agreement in an international transaction that is expressly unified? There is no simple answer, because it is very context-specific. However, it seems clear that several questions need to be asked and evaluated before such an agreement can be decided. Some of these issues are (i) what is the nature of the agreement? (ii) What is its content? iii) Who are the parties? iv) What is the applicable law? and (v) who is the evaluation judge? It is only by considering the likely answers to these questions that a party to the negotiations will be able to reach a preliminary agreement with some clarity on its desired function. 90 To the unspoken duties of good faith cf. Jobern Pty. Ltd. v BreakFree Resort (2008) Aust. Contract R. 90-269,  FCA 1066; Gordon, M., “Discreet Digression: The Recent Evolution of the Implied Duty of Good Faith” (2007) 19 Bond L.R.
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189-90, 195, 203CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 96 See Peel, “The Status of Agreements,” p. 40 (the distinction between Lord Ackner at Walford between an enforceable duty to apply “best efforts” and an unenforceable duty of negotiation calls into question in good faith and proposes that both are not applicable). “The parties will cooperate in good faith to facilitate the implementation of this agreement.” The economic context will determine how a court determines the extent and application of a good faith commitment. Some previous interpretations of explicit good faith obligations were contained: the dispute is in the case because the negotiations on the cost of the upgrade were based on a specification modified from the original specifications. As a result, the court was able to identify the likely outcome of good faith negotiations. 145 For the granting of a shortfall and wasted expenses for breach of an implied obligation to bargain in good faith, see Yam Seng  EWHC 111, point 111.