Is there an example of a party with "unclean hands" who has violated the principle of good faith?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Johnston v. The Corporation of the Municipality of Arran-Elderslie, 2018 ONSC 7616 (CanLII):

An example of a party with “unclean hands” is one who has violated the principle of good faith. Taylor v. Guindon, [2005] O.J. No. 3110 (S.C.J., McKinnon J.), at paragraph 48.

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