see frequent use in print, but the rules of style guides and formatting standards are often strict and unforgiving. Reply by sue_pa on 7/2/07 5:46pm Msg #198223so tell them you're not doing it - the person who made the error can use the E&O, Compliance Agreement, Limited POA, etc., to fix their error. / = > ? John Brown, né Green John Brown, né Richard Green John Brown f.k.a. is an abbreviation of the phrase also known as, which introduces pseudonyms or other ways to refer to something. C x COUNTY OF CHAMPAIGN ) Subscribed and … real opinions & real haiku, CLIENT RIGHTS & LEGAL ETHICS – ethicalEsq. / 0 M N O f g h � � � � . On the court docket, the parties listed are: "XXXXXX Bank AKA/DBA/OBO/FKA/Plaintiff" "Junk Debt Loser, LLC - Plantiff", On the Summons and Complaint, it lists Plaintiff as "Junk Debt Loser, LLC ASSIGNEE of XXXXX Bank", After deciphering all the acronyms listed after the OC bank, also known as /doing business as/ on behalf of / formerly known as. Is the case party listings and their aliases a way for the junk debt buyer to hide the real party of interest? take the slashes out of the name of this weblog — changing “f/k/a” to “fka.” I have at times complained about a few other weblogs that use punctuation . � Aka is still pronounced “ay-kay-ay,” and it means exactly the same thing and fits into all the same contexts as a.k.a. 5�CJ U\�aJ + . marks and other non-alphabetic symbols in their names (this site, I am happy to . Okay I have seen AKA's and FKA's but what.. does FNA mean? \ And how do I prove the point that the jdb has not provided any legitimate evidence that they are in fact the owner of the alleged debt and have the authority and legal right to sue on this account? A.k.a. or aka. vs. aka. For all the reasons discussed above, you should choose aka over a.k.a. THAT IS GREAT!!!! fka . E It is popular in many writing contexts, and most English users will be familiar with it. # � A � � �R �ݽ ۊ121/��_��2��j� �� D �F� ۊ121/��_��2��j����� JFIF ` ` �� C (Print or Type Name) Signature AKA STATEMENT I, certify that I am also known as: Print Name (Variation) Sample Signature (Variation) Print Name (Variation) Sample Signature (Variation) Print Name (Variation) Sample Signature (Variation) STATE OF ILLINOIS ) ) ss COUNTY OF CHAMPAIGN ) Subscribed and sworn to before me this day of , 20 , by , personally known to me or proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence to be the person who appeared before me. In fact, most sources prefer aka to a.k.a., including AP style, Merriam-Webster, and the Oxford English Dictionary. n Reply by DonnaV_CA on 7/3/07 12:31pm Msg #198335Re: Your (sic) all rong (sic)...FNA: formally nowed asSomeone was typing too fast. Since the Associated Press doesn’t include periods in the abbreviation of its own name (AP), it ought to be simple to remember that AP doesn’t recommend using them in the abbreviation aka, either. That would be used mainly for woman if they have/had a married or maiden name. Reply by Carolina/CA on 7/2/07 5:06pm Msg #198212 I would say it means "Formerly Known As". . By Reply by Carolina/CA on 7/2/07 5:53pm Msg #198225WOW!!!! take the slashes out of the name of this weblog — changing “f/k/a” to “fka.” I have at times complained about a few other weblogs that use punctuation . He's screaming Davis vs Discover saying they dont need a signed contract - and that might be true only if this case were truly a OC vs a debtor not a jdb vs a debtor. � unless you have been specifically instructed not to do so. ������������������������幯���������th�� h�'4 >*@���B*ph h�'4 h�M� @���B*ph hns� >*@���B*ph h�M� >*@���B*ph hI is the modern abbreviation. Too many periods can be clunky or confusing, especially in scientific contexts, which are often already clogged with decimal points as part of statistical notation. should be pronounced “ay-kay-ay,” never “ah-kah.” In other words, you should spell out the individual letters when speaking them aloud. Alternative forms * FKA Initialism (Initialism) (en-initialism) (construction, Australia) (legal) Anagrams * * * nka . I’m just pointing out the duty to inform the client of reality:  it is the rare amicus brief that makes a difference — I’m not saying no lawyers inform their clients, but I’m also pretty sure that some lawyers do not, and that some who don’t are the ones who broach the subject of filing an amicus with the client. Reply by SharonMN on 7/2/07 5:27pm Msg #198220Nee (accent on 2nd e) = French for "born." Comments are no longer accepted at this mothballed site, but there are still 4600 of them inside. 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