UFCA

AcronymDefinition
UFCAUniform Fraudulent Conveyance Act
UFCAUnited Faith Christian Academy (Charlotte, NC)
UFCAUniform Fire Code Association
UFCAUruguayan Film Critics Association
UFCAUnited Forties Civic Association (Queens, NY)
UFCAUrethane Foam Contractors Association (Austin, Texas)
UFCAUnified Family Court Amendment
UFCAUnited Families Consumer Association
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Elsewhere at lightweight, Khabib's teammate Islam Makhachev is out for a sixth consecutive UFC win against Brazil's Davi Ramos, who is chasing a fifth straight Octagona victory, while Russian-Austrian Mairbek Taisumov attempt to improve his 27-5 professional MMA record against Brazil's Diego Ferreira, who is undefeated in the UFCa since January 2016.
Dessa forma, surgiram os tres projetos que participaram de um processo de incubacao mediante o apoio da Incubadora Tecnologica de Empreendimentos Populares e Solidarios (ITEPS), tambem da Universidade Federal do Cariri (UFCA).
The assets and liabilities of UFCA will be placed into a new wholly-owned subsidiary of iGambit.
UFCA is inspired from the calling behavior of concave-eared torrent frog.
(46.) At least thirty-seven states have enacted the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act ("UFTA"), and those that have not have enacted instead either the Uniform Fraudulent Conveyance Act ("UFCA") or some other version of the Statute of Elizabeth, an old English statute on fraudulent conveyance law.
The Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act (UFTA) and the Uniform Fraudulent Conveyance Act (UFCA) provide similar definitions of insolvency.
According to the Uniform Fraudulent Conveyance Act (UFCA) to which New York adheres, the creation of an obligation deliberately intended to defraud creditors can be "set aside." (3)
at 268-71 (explaining that the UFTA's predecessor, the Uniform Fraudulent Conveyance Act (UFCA), was enacted to codify prior laws that generally voided fraudulent transfers of personal property; the UFCA, however, was renamed the UFTA in "recognition of its applicability to transfers of personal property as well as real property.").
There are three sources that govern fraudulent transfer law: (1) && 548 (15) and [section] 544 (16) of the Bankruptcy Code (2) the Uniform Fraudulent Conveyance Act (UFCA) and (3) the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act (UFTA).
States generally have adopted one of three models of fraudulent transfer statutes: the Statute of Elizabeth, the Uniform Fraudulent Conveyance Act (UFCA), or the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act (UFTA).(276) The models provide different standards for what constitutes a fraudulent conveyance and may yield different results depending upon which one is applied.