1980 JASLS Rep. 1 (1980)

handle is hein.journals/jasls3 and id is 1 raw text is: 1980 Issue No. 1                             May 16, 1980
(Law No. 65, 1979)
Translated by Andrew B. Anderson, III*
I have attempted to make this translation as useful as
possible to those attorneys and businessmen who speak English
as a primary language and who do not have sufficient fluency
in the Japanese language to read the original version of this
law. No translation can ever relate exactly what the original-
language document states; nuances are inevitably lost or changed
here and there, synonyms abound with slightly different conno-
tations than those which would be attached to words used in the
original language. I have found this to be true even in
1official translations of Japanese statutes. Nevertheless,
translation of a law such as this which affects so many aspects
of trade, investment, and a multitude of capital transactions
between the United States and Japan is obviously worthwhile.
*Cornell University, A.B., 1972; University of the
Pacific, McGeorge School ofLaw, J.D., 1977; University of
Washington, LL.M., 1980; will be an Associate with the firm
of Mudge, Rose, Guthrie & Alexander, New York, New York, in
September, 1980.

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