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probity

noun candidness, candor, conscience, deservingness, equitableness, equity, fair play, fairness, faith, frankness, good faith, goodness, high principles, honesty, honor, honorableness, incorruptibility, ingenuousness, integrity, justice, merit, moral excellence, morality, morals, principle, rectitude, reputability, righteousness, sincerity, straightforwardness, trustiness, truth, truthfulness, uprightness, veraciousness, veracity, virtue
See also: candor, conscience, credibility, ethics, fairness, good faith, honesty, honor, integrity, justice, principle, rectitude, right, trustworthiness, truth, veracity

PROBITY. Justice, honesty. A man of probity is one who loves justice and honesty, and who dislikes the contrary. Wolff, Dr. de la Nat. Sec. 772.

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The Ceza requires blockchain start-ups to pay $100,000 for application fee, $150,000 for the license to operate and $100,000 for the agency's probity check.
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