Good faith is regulated in article 7.1 of the Spanish Civil Code. It is a general principle of law that has been modulated by doctrine and case law in order to apply it to the different fields of the legal system in which it is likely to arise. One of the areas in which it is most intensely applied is that of double sales, to the point of making the sacrosanct acquisition based on registration in the Real Estate Registry falter, if the third purchaser lacks good faith. The aim of this paper is to examine in depth the requirements that must be met in order for good faith to be deemed to be present in a double sale and, conversely, to determine when it can be understood that it is not to be appreciated, with reference to cases of double sale in the field of bankruptcy and judicial disposals.
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