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What does SOF stand for?

SOF stands for Statute of Frauds

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00 Hardcover American casebook series KF801 This casebook introducing the law of contracts to first-year law students opts for breadth of coverage over depth, sacrificing detailed analysis of certain subjects, but refusing to throw out important subjects such as the Statute of Frauds or third-party interest in contracts while still maintaining a reasonable length for a four-hour course as well as a relatively full presentation of judicial opinions.
Section 4 of the venerable Statute of Frauds 1677 requires guarantees to be in writing if they are to be enforceable; there is no such requirement in the case of an indemnity, although of course written agreement is always best as a matter of practice and for proof.
The verbal agreement was too indefinite to constitute a binding contract and it was arguably unenforceable because it involved an interest inn real estate and the Statute of Frauds provides that "no action shall be maintained upon a contract for the sale of land unless the agreement .
Christ Hospital argued, among other things, that the statute of frauds prohibited the action because any promise to pay the debt of another was unenforceable unless in writing.