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Test-takers, test providers have no “special relationship” of good faith and fair dealing, court rules

The U. S. District Court, Western District Texas, Austin Division, in a September 1 ruling, dismissed the claims made by a licensee accused of taking part in a test-sharing scheme that a test administrator and a test taker have a "special relationship of good faith and fair dealing" (Mattei v. The International Conference of Funeral Service Examining Boards).

The U. S. District Court, Western District Texas, Austin Division, in a September 1 ruling, dismissed the claims made by a licensee accused of taking part in a test-sharing scheme that a test administrator and a test taker have a "special relationship of good faith and fair dealing" (Mattei v. The International Conference of Funeral Service Examining Boards).

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