A person is deemed to have acted in good faith if he is otherwise found to be honest. An illegal or unauthorized act done in good faith saves the person acting in good faith. Act done by him if it is illegal and outside his authority will only be set aside. That is why what the saving clause in an enactment saves is the person only who is acting in good faith but not the action taken by him if it is contrary to the law. The rule here is that no third party shall be entitled to take advantage of any wrong action of the authorities notwithstanding the bona fides of the authority making the order.