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Good Faith Deposit

Good Faith Deposit Definition

Good Faith Deposit is a deposit paid as a guarantee that a contract will be fulfilled. For example the buyer pays a certain amount to the seller to demonstrate his or her intention to complete the purchase. In case of securities the deposit required by securities firms on behalf of a new client.

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