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|... rule, and in ordinary times, no farther than my own conscience, in view of my |
duty as a good citizen, prompts and requires. ... but the will and decree of God ;
for God has evidently made us to live in society, and society cannot exist without
|—-for, without a man attends to his religious duties, he cannot be a moral man; |
and no one who is unmindful to fulfil his moral duties can be a religious man.
They may not be separated—one class cannot exist without the other—and all ...
|perspective fall in the category of “managers,” may owe fiduciary duties to the firm |
in the capacity of agents thereof, and ... this classification of directors' duties and
stated that the duty of good faith cannot exist separately from a duty of loyalty ...
|We shall now consider this faith in Christ as a " commanded duty," and we hope |
to show that the command is ... is a duty, of which the reasonableness is
unquestionable, it is equally unquestionable that belief, without which love
cannot exist, ...
|There is a very good reason why we all love gardens; it is because God meant us |
all to live in a lovely garden always. He made the ... In the same way the holiness
of God consumes sin, and the unrepentant sinner cannot exist in His presence.
Elise Bant, Matthew Harding - 2010
|been taken to include acts taken for reasons of caprice or spite.14 Indeed, good-|
faith action can even include ... a fiduciary duty in the sense of a proscriptive duty,
that conclusion does not mean that the duty cannot exist as a non-fiduciary duty.
|In this way he brought it about that peace was established, and they all left |
without a quarrel. ... For there is nothing that holds together a political community
more powerfully than good faith; and that cannot exist unless the paying of debts
|That these are feeble minded, who have submission to God, without faith in |
Christ. ... past fears and distresses leave them in a solemn calm, that they cannot
account for ; but are apt to conclude, that God has given them up to stupidity. ...
Submission and faith may both exist in the heart, without creating a hope of
|Moreover, where a Member State cannot provide for such effective regulation of |
insolvency without the assistance of ... good faith.11 The very existence of this
duty of mutual assistance and co-operation in good faith in insolvency, even