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AcronymDefinition
SOFSpecial Operations Forces
SOFSoldier Of Fortune
SOFStatement of Financing
SOFSurvival of the Fittest (gaming clan)
SOFStatement of Faith
SOFShip of Fools
SOFSpeaking of Faith (religious podcast)
SOFSoldier of Fortune (computer game)
SOFStart Of Frame (ATM)
SOFScions of Fate (computer game)
SOFStrength of Field (rankings)
SOFSoldier of Future
SOFSummary of Findings (various organizations)
SOFSecrets of Faydwer (gaming)
SOFStatic-Output Feedback
SOFSound on Film
SOFStart of Frame
SOFSmall Outline F-Leaded Package
SOFSheepdrove Organic Farm (UK)
SOFSouth of France
SOFSempreviva Organização Feminista (Portuguese: Evergreen Feminist Organization; Brazil)
SOFShakespeare Oxford Fellowship (est. 2013)
SOFSoluble Organic Fraction
SOFSongs of Fellowship
SOFShow of Force
SOFStatute of Frauds
SOFSemaine Olympique Française (French: French Olympic Week)
SOFStatement of Facts (shipping)
SOFStrength Of Function
SOFSafety Of Flight
SOFSociety of Fellows
SOFSource Of Funds
SOFState of Fear (Michael Crichton book)
SOFStandard Operating Framework (various companies)
SOFSupervisor Of Flying
SOFSpecial Operating Forces (less common)
SOFSwiss Orchid Foundation (est. 2001)
SOFSaudi Oil Facility (Saudi Arabia)
SOFSignature on File
SOFShip & Ocean Foundation (Japan)
SOFSkin On Frame (Kayak)
SOFSound On Film (archaic; originally a scriptwriting term)
SOFSuperior Orbital Fissure (crack in the bone above the eye)
SOFService Order Form
SOFSave Our Future
SOFSmoke or Fire (band)
SOFSchool of Fisheries
SOFSongs of Freedom (Bob Marley and the Wailers box set)
SOFSpecialty Optical Fiber
SOFSouls on Fire (Elie Wiesel book; band; graffiti crew)
SOFStrategic Offensive Forces
SOFSmile on Face
SOFSlip-on Flange
SOFSales Order Form
SOFSyndicat des Orthoptistes de France (French: Orthoptists Union of France)
SOFStudy of Osteoporosis Fractures
SOFStudent Orchestra Festival (Linköping, Sweden)
SOFShare of Freehold
SOFSave our Families
SOFStatement of Functionality
SOFSofia, Bulgaria - Sofia International (Airport Code)
SOFSubtlety or Force
SOFSave Our Forests
SOFSpecial Olympics Florida, Inc.
SOFSilkeborg Oplysnings Forbund
SOFSon of Flicka (movie)
SOFSwitching Office Functionality
SOFSelf Organization Factor (computing)
SOFSWC Orders File
SOFSenior Orifice Fitting (gas measurement)
SOFSource Object File
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This would be a much harder case, because the defendant would then be just the sort of person California sought to protect through its statute of frauds.
In Canada, the Statute of Frauds was originally in force in the common law jurisdictions by virtue of enactment prior to the specific provincial reception date for that jurisdiction.
On appeal the Second Circuit vacated the finding that New York law and the statute of frauds applied to the oral modification.
For instance, in FDIC v Herald Square Fabrics Corp, (15) the court said that because Article 9 did not cover the sale of chattel paper, the transaction at issue was subject to what is now the pre-revision version of UCC section 1-206 statute of frauds requirement as opposed to the enforceability requirements set out in section 9-203 of the UCC.
Among the types of contracts within the Statute of Frauds that must be in writing to be enforceable are the following:
It also establishes the safety net of this doctrine, which disregards so many legal norms of contract law such as the statute of frauds and allowing parol evidence to modify an instrument's language.
Article 2 of the UCC applies to the sale of goods, and Section 2-201 contains the UCC's embodiment of the Statute of Frauds.
The following discussion centers upon several key concepts, including the Statute of Frauds, delivery of communications, the parol evidence rule, and consideration.
45) which found a virtual statute of frauds based on a statute similar to the writing requirement found in today's FAR.
In particular, the Statute of Frauds (an old English law from 1677 still in effect in Alberta and some other provinces) requires some contracts to be in writing.
This article discusses the applicability of the statute of frauds provision in the Uniform Commercial Code (WCC) to electronic business transactions and to related discovery and trial strategies.
It is, for instance, now taken for granted that many reported decisions involving the Statute of Frauds depict judges torturing the Statute to find that it does not apply.