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Re: Best Efforts vs. Good Faith Efforts Jeff Myers 19 Dec 2001 09:57 EST

My understanding is that there could be a greater performance burden
applied to "best efforts" by the courts in determining a case of breach.  I
have heard this stated a few times at conference sessions and by various
attorneys.  I don't know if there is any case law supporting this
contention.  We use "reasonable efforts."

Jeff Myers
Southern Illinois University

At 04:00 PM 12/11/01 -0700, you wrote:

>Does anyone attempt to distinguish between these two terms? Some people
>feel that "Good Faith Effort" is more defensible than "Best Effort".
>Dudley Sharp
>Contracts Officer
>Office for Research and Sponsored Projects Administration  Arizona State

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