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While considering the term "bad faith" applied to not following one's own
schedule ("say what you do, do what you say"), you might want to look at
the term "adverse inference," which our legal friends also use for such
phenomena.

Best,
Mike

At 10:11 AM 7/30/2002 -0400, you wrote:
>Good Morning All,
>
>Need some assistance on the following:  Was in a conversation yesterday, and
>in the conversation the term "bad faith" came up in the context of records
>retention.  Simply stated that even though you may have a records retention
>schedule in place, the courts can rule bad faith if you do not follow the
>schedule that has been set-up. Or use it when the mood hits.  I have done
>research and have come up empty.  Does anyone know where I can locate this
>saying and what statue if any it falls under?  Thanking you in advance for
>your time and effort is this matter.
>
>Gerry
>
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