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Uberrimae fidei

“Uberrimae fidei” is a Latin phrase that means “utmost good faith” in English. It is commonly used in legal contexts, particularly in insurance contracts, to emphasize the need for complete honesty and openness between parties. In insurance, for instance, it implies that both the insurer and the insured must act with utmost good faith in all their dealings and disclosures related to the insurance contract.

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