standard form


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standard form

[′stan·dərd ′fȯrm]
(computer science)
The form of a floating point number whose mantissa lies within a standard specified range of values.
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The standard form is one-sided and presented by brokers without power to change anything of substance.
With regard to small investors and transactions of lower monetary value for existing buildings, the standard form contracts may help keep transaction costs down, allow the parties to deal directly with each other, reducing the need for legal representation.
However, the NEC is more detailed and prescriptive in terms of promoting good project management when compared to FIDIC and the other standard forms.
02, we address questions of contract formation in the context of standard form transfers of generally available software.
To accomplish this purpose, standard form rules must provide a legal framework for dealing with problems associated with self-seeking behavior, most importantly, opportunism and agency costs.
If you are a contractor or a consultant and are using a standard form take care if it has not been amended at all by your client.
A: While insurance carriers have standard form policies to begin with, the terms and conditions of D & O policies can be negotiated to improve the scope of coverage.
In English, "SIF is a standard form for exchanging data," says Steve King, data management lead for Wyoming's Department of Education.

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