Would it be called "bad faith in the consummation of a contract" when someone enters into a contract which restricts my rights while at the same time and unkown to me the other party is taking action to severely damage me?
You need to discuss your specific situation with a lawyer in private so all the facts and circumstances can be fleshed out in more detail.
I think the best any of us can do here is to simple say "maybe."
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An attorney must see this contract and it is impossible to give you clear advice without that.
Missouri law does in fact require "good faith in the performance" as an implied term of all contracts even if it is not so stated in the contract itself.
There is also the "first to breach" rule which says that a party who is the first to breach the contract, cannot enforce it against the other.
In any event, you have not given enough facts for an opinion in your case.
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