83-2(f), revocation will be granted where the transferee is under a mistake of fact as to the underlying transaction and the revocation is requested within 60 days of the date on which the mistake of fact first became known to the person who made the election.
What does MOF stand for?
MOF stands for Mistake of Fact
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We have 82 other meanings of MOF in our Acronym Attic
- Method Of Fire
- Microsoft Operations Framework
- Midnight Organ Fight (Frightened Rabbit album)
- Minimum Order Fee
- Minister of Finance Inc. (Malaysia)
- Ministry Of Finance (Japan)
- Ministry of Food (various locations)
- Ministry of Forests
- Ministry of Fun
- Missile Operations Flight
Samples in periodicals archive:
This inability led to an unnecessarily complex statute which included "affirmative defenses" of consent and mistake of fact as to consent.
There was a mutual mistake of fact as to the condition of the property.
83(b) Election Due to Mistake of Fact The IRS issued Rev.
If the reason is a mistake of fact you may have a defence to recovery if you are able to argue that you have,in good faith, spent the money and that you had good reason to believe that you were entitled to it.
A Daiwa Bank official said, ''We protested against the report because of mistake of facts.
Additionally, this section contains a mistake of fact when it states that Kathryn Abdul-Baki was born "to a Palestinian father and American mother"; in her autobiographical contribution on page 20 she states the reverse.
Payments made as a result of a mistake of fact - for example as to what the lease said, rather than what it meant - were recoverable.