Good cause

Definition
: a substantial reason put forth in good faith that is not unreasonable, arbitrary, or irrational and that is sufficient to create an excuse for an act under the law <unable to show good cause for failure to pay child support> <neglect of duty is good cause for removal of a trustee>



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