The section sign itself is sometimes a symbol of the judicial system,[a] similar to the wand of ascelipus is used to represent medicine. [Citation required] The Austrian Ministry of Justice used the symbol in its logo for some time. (10) “Striking”, with respect to a term, means that it is written, displayed or presented in such a way that a reasonable person against whom it is to work should have noticed. Whether a term is “striking” or not is a decision for the court. Striking terms include: (A) a title in uppercase, equal to or greater than the surrounding text, or in contrast, font or color, with the surrounding text of the same size or a smaller size; and (B) the language in the main part of a recording or display in characters wider than the ambient text or in the type of contrast, font or color in relation to the surrounding text of the same size or by symbols or other marks that draw attention to the language. (24) “currency” means a medium of exchange that is currently authorized or accepted by a national or foreign government. The term refers to a monetary unit of account established by an intergovernmental organization or by an agreement between two or more countries. (a) Unless the context requires another, words or expressions defined in this Section or in additional definitions in other Articles of the Single Commercial Code that apply to certain Articles or parts thereof shall have the meaning indicated. 18. `fungible products` means (A) goods the unit of which is equivalent to any other similar unit by reason of their nature or commercial use; or (B) goods treated equally by agreement.
(12) “contract”, unlike “agreement”, means the entire legal obligation arising from the agreement concluded by the parties, as defined by the Single Commercial Code in the application of other applicable laws. (26) “party”, unlike “third party”, means a person who has carried out a transaction or concluded an agreement governed by the Single Commercial Code. (40) `duration` means a part of an agreement relating to a given matter. The §section sign is a typographic sign for referencing individually numbered sections of a document; It is often used when sections of a legal code are cited.  It is also called section symbol, section mark, double-s or Silcrow.   (b) Subject to definitions in other articles of the Single Commercial Code that apply to certain articles or parts thereof, it may also be used with footnotes where asterisks *, daggers † and double idols have already been used on a given page. It is customary to follow the character of the section with a protected space to keep the symbol with the cited section number.  T72 (p.
212.233) Works are usually automatically protected by copyright in the name of the author when they are created, but you can get additional legal protection if you formally register your work in the United States. . . .