Future contract – in the meaning given by the Contracts & Obligations Law, this term is used to detail a preliminary contract, where the parties agree to perform a transfer of a property for a fixed price, but on a…

Furiosi nulla voluntas est – this is a Latin expression, used in the Inheritance Law to state that mentally impaired persons cannot validly sign a personal will. See also http://www.duhaime.org/LegalDictionary/F/FuriosiNullaVoluntasEst.aspx .

Fungibles – in the meaning given by the Commercial Law, this term is used to detail goods or items which are comprised of many identical parts such as a bushel of butter or a package of fruits or wine, and…

Funding system – the tem is used in the area of Business Law to detail a situation of obtaining new loan to settle interests and part of initially taken other loan.

Functus officio – From Latin: this term refers to the legal figure of an officer or agency whose mandate has expired either because of the arrival of an expiry date or because an agency has achieved the goals for which…

Fugitive – in the area of Criminal Law the term is used to detail the legal figure of a physical individual who escapes from their country to avoid arrest, prosecution or imprisonment. Many extradition laws also call the suspect a…

Frustration – in the meaning, given by the Contracts & Obligations Law, the term refers to the cancellation (usually unilateral, by one of the parties on the base of non-performance) of previously concluded agreement.

Freeholder – within the sphere of Real Estate Law the term is used to detail a person who owns freehold real estate rights (i.e. in a piece of real estate; either land or a building).