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clean hands doctrine


Definitions of clean hands doctrine

  • the principle in common law systems that a claimant cannot make a successful claim if their motives or actions are dishonest or if they have behaved unethically etc

    "It also invoked the clean hands doctrine, finding that in any event, Blaze was not entitled to specific performance as it was in default in payment."

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