Unfair contract terms used in standard form consumer contracts have been changed or removed following an industry specific review and engagement by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
What does SF stand for?
SF stands for Standard Form
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- Speed Freeks (band)
- Spent Fuel
- Spikelet Fertility
- Splashwater Falls (amusement park ride)
- Splicing Factor
- Spontaneous Fission (radioactive decay)
- Spreading Factor
- Square Foot/Feet
- Stable au Feu (French: Reaction to Fire)
- Stakeholder Forum
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Contract Formation--Standard Forms At the conference, panelists objected to our provisions addressing standard form contracts.
They further said that at NHA is not implementing the Pakistan Engineering Councils Standard Form of Bidding Documents as approved by ECNEC and notified by Planning Commission of Pakistan including acceptance of bid security and performance security offered by bidders in the form of insurance bond as laid down in PEC Standard Form of Bidding Documents.
Back in the 1930s the construction industry was introduced to the concept of standard form contracts, the first being the JCT Building Contract published in 1931.
One AIA Standard Form Agreement regularly used by contractors calls for the contractor's work to be performed on the basis of the cost of the work, plus a contractor fee, without an upset cost or fee, or a guaranteed maximum price.
Are the terms of coverage ever negotiated, or will the company be forced to accept the carrier's standard form policy language?
This treatment offers better, faster help for complicated grief symptoms than does a standard form of psychotherapy that targets grief-related depression and social problems, Shear and her coworkers report in the June 1 Journal of the American Medical Association.
Construction and Architect-Engineer Services (DFARS Case 2003-D035) Relocates to PGI, procedures for establishment of evaluation criteria in the selection of firms for architect-engineer contracts; deletes unnecessary text on preselection boards and selection authorities; and replaces a reference to Standard Form 254.