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《特許出願明細書》

分野 : バイオテクノロジー(細胞生物学) (和英)

原文:

更に、MAPKキナーゼの活性化には、キナーゼドメインVIIとVIIIの境界領域にある2つのセリン及び/又はスレオニン残基(即ち、2つのセリン残基、2つのスレオニン残基又はセリンとスレオニン残基)のリン酸化が必要で、このリン酸化を担うセリン/スレオニンキナーゼをMAPKKキナーゼ(MAPKKK)と総称する。前記のRaf-1はMAPKKキナーゼの一種であり、Ras→Raf-1(即ち、MAPKKK)→MAPKK→MAPKという連鎖は、シグナル伝達の主要経路の一つである。MAPKKK→MAPKK→MAPKという3分子からなるキナーゼの連鎖をMAPキナーゼシグナルカスケードと呼ぶ。

英訳文:

For activating a MAPK kinase, it is necessary to phosphorylate two serine and/or threonine residues (i.e., two serine residues, two threonine residues, or one serine residue and one threonine residue) located in the boundary region between the kinase subdomains VII and VIII, and a serine/threonine kinase responsible for this phosphorylation is designated MAPKK kinase (MAPKKK). The above-mentioned Raf-1 is one example of MAPKK kinase, and the following cascade reaction: Ras → Raf-1 (i.e., MAPKKK) → MAPKK → MAPK, is one of the major signal transduction pathways. The cascade reaction consisting of three kinase molecules, MAPKKK → MAPKK → MAPK, is called a MAP kinase signal cascade.

分野:バイオテクノロジー(遺伝子工学) (和英)

原文:

SIIS-1発現プラスミドの構築上記(ii)で単離したSIIS-1cDNAを制限酵素XbalとPvuIIで消化し、得られた制限酵素断片をブラントエンド化し、哺乳動物発現ベクターpEF-BOSのブラントエンド化したXbalサイトに挿入した。以下、構築したSIIS-1発現ベクターをpEF-BOS/SIIS-1(SH+)とする。SH2領域を欠損した変異型SIIS-1を構築するために、pEF-BOS/SIIS-1(SH+)を制限酵素BssHIIで消化し、生じた360bpの断片を除去した。得られたSH2領 域及びC末端の領域を欠損したSIIS-1発現ベクター(即ち、SIIS-1変異ベクター)を、pEF-BOS/SIIS-1(SH-)とした。 上記で構築したpEF-BOS/SIIS-1(SH+)又はpEF-BOS/SIIS-1(SH-)のいずれか一方の発現ベクターとネオマイシン耐性遺伝子をコードするpSV2 Neoとを20:1の比率で混ぜ、M1細胞にエレクトロポレーション法で形質導入した。ネオマイシン耐性を指標とし、形質導入体(クローン)をGeneticin(米国、GIBCOBRL社製)750μg/mlを含む成長培地中で選択した。

英訳文:

Construction of SIIS-1 expression vectors: SIIS-1 cDNA isolated in step (ii) above was digested with restriction enzymes XbaI and PvuII, and the end of the obtained restriction fragment (XbaI-PvuII) was converted into a blunt end. Then, the resultant blunt-ended fragment was inserted into the blunt-ended XbaI site of the mammalian expression vector pEF-BOS. Hereinafter, the constructed SIIS-1 expression vector is simply referred to as "pEF-BOS/SIIS-1 (SH+)". For the construction of a mutant SIIS-1 which is an SH2 domain-deficient SIIS-1, a BssHII-digested fragment of 360 bp was removed from pEF-BOS/SIIS-1 (SH+). The thus obtained SIIS-1 expression vector (that is, a mutant SIIS-1 vector) which is deficient in the SH2 domain and is truncated at the C-terminus is hereinafter simply referred to as "pEF-BOS/SIIS-1 (SH-)". Each of the expression vectors pEF-BOS/SIIS-1 (SH+) and pEF-BOS/SIIS-1 (SH-) prepared above was individually mixed with expression vector pSV2 Neo (encoding a neomycin-resistance gene) at a ratio of 20:1. Subsequently, each of the resultant vector mixtures was separately transfected into M1 cells by electroporation. Using neomycin resistance as an index, the transfectants (i.e., clones) were selected in the growth medium containing Geneticin (manufactured and sold by GIBCO BRL, USA) at 750 μg/ml.

分野 : 樹脂成形 (和英)

原文:

本発明の発泡射出成形方法によれば、金型キャビティ内壁面形状の転写性が良好で、無発泡の表皮層と高発泡の発泡層を有する成形品を再現性良く、効率的、経済的に製造することができるだけでなく、成形品の表皮層の厚さおよび成形品の発泡倍率を容易に制御することができる。

英訳文:

The foam-injection molding method of the present invention is advantageous not only in that a molded article which exhibits excellent reproduction of the morphology of the inner wall of the mold cavity and which has both a non-foamed surface skin layer and a highly foamed interior portion can be produced with excellent reproducibility and high efficiency and economically, but also in that the thickness of the surface skin layer and the expansion ratio of the molded article can be easily controlled. The foam-injection molding method of the present invention can provide various excellent foam-injection molded articles of a thermoplastic resin at a low cost.

分野 : 電気工学 (和英)

原文:

本発明は、複合色素及びn型半導体を包含する光電変換素子であって、該複合色素は、互いに 異なる励起準位を有する複数の成分色素が互いに化学結合されてなり、それにより、電子移動用の直鎖又は枝分かれ構造体を形成し、該直鎖又は枝分かれ構造体は一端において該n型半導体に保持され、他端は自由端であり、その励起準位が該直鎖又は枝分かれ構造体の上記のn型半導体に保持された端部から、上記の自由端に向かって減少する順序で配列されていることを特徴とする光電変換素子に関する。

英訳文:

The present invention is concerned with a photoelectric conversion element comprising a composite dye and an n-type semiconductor, the composite dye comprising a plurality of component dyes which have different excitation levels and which are chemically bonded to each other to form a straight chain or branched structure for transferring an electron therethrough, wherein the straight chain or branched structure is, at one end thereof, secured to the n-type semiconductor and has, at least at one other end thereof, a free end, and wherein the plurality of component dyes are arranged in an order such that the excitation levels of the plurality of component dyes are decreased as viewed from the one end of the structure toward the at least one other end of the structure.

分野 : 電気工学 (和英)

原文:

本発明の光電変換素子は、光電変換性能に優れ、特に、太陽エネルギーからのエネルギー取り 出し効率(エネルギー変換効率)が高く、また、それを用いて簡便に色素増感型太陽電池を製造 することができるので、色素増感型太陽電池などに有利に用いられる。

英訳文:

The photoelectric conversion element of the present invention exhibits excellent photoelectric conversion properties, especially high efficiency in converting solar energy to electric energy (i.e., high energy conversion efficiency), and a dye sensitized solar battery can be easily produced therefrom. Therefore, the photoelectric conversion element of the present invention can be advantageously used for a dye sensitized solar battery and the like.

分野 : 樹脂成形 (和英)

原文:

文明社会はエネルギーの消費によって成立するが、そのエネルギーの大部分は、自然が長年か けて太陽光エネルギーを蓄えた化石燃料に由来する。近年、その化石燃料の減少やその燃焼に よる地球温暖化問題が、人類社会の持続的発展の足かせとなる危惧が高まっている。 これらの問題を解決するために、太陽エネルギーから直接エネルギーを取り出す研究開発が盛 んに行われている。これらの中で、太陽電池は太陽エネルギーからのエネルギー取り出し効率 (エネルギー変換効率)が高いため多くの研究が為されている。とりわけ、色素に代表される光 増感剤を用い、その励起電子を効率よく取り出すことが可能な色素増感型太陽電池は、Michae l Gratzel等によって、エネルギー変換効率が7%を超えるシステムが発表(Nature 1991,353,737参照)されて以来、複雑な製造工程を経ず、安価に製造できる次世代の太陽 電池として注目を集めている。

英訳文:

Consumption of energy is indispensable to civilized society. Most of the energy which is consumed by civilized society is derived from fossil fuels, in which sunray energy has been accumulated over many years. In recent years, the problem that the amount of fossil fuels available is being reduced and the problem that the burning of fossil fuels causes global warming have arisen, and there is an increasing fear that these problems will be obstacles to the sustainable development of human society. For solving the above-mentioned problems, various studies have been made to directly utilize sunray energy. Among these studies, the studies on solar batteries have been vigorously made, because solar batteries exhibit high efficiency in converting solar energy to electric energy (i.e., high energy conversion efficiency). Among the solar batteries, special attention has been paid to a dye sensitized solar battery, which uses a photosensitizer, such as a dye, and which is capable of efficiently taking out electrons from the photosensitizer by the irradiation of the photosensitizer with sunray. Specifically, since Michael Gratzel et al. reported a system which uses a dye sensitized solar battery having an energy conversion efficiency of more than 7 % (see Nature 1991, 353, 737), a dye sensitized solar battery has drawn special attention as the next generation solar battery which can be produced at a low cost without use of a complicated method.

分野 : 鉄鋼技術、機械 (英和)

原文:

A production line for manufacturing hot steel strips from two casting lines (a, b) for thin slabs of thickness < 100 mm, only one of which (a) is aligned with a rolling line (e, g) characterized by comprising superimposed heating furnaces with mandrel (Al, A.2; Bl, B2), one pair on line (a) and one on line (b) respectively, both provided with internal mandrel to allow winding/unwinding steps of pre-strips having thickness lower than 30 mm, further comprising a bypass length (d) between said two furnaces (Al, A2) for the endless rolling in a finishing rolling mill (g) through a roller path (e), and a transverse path (k.) for transferring said pair of furnaces (Bl, B2) from line (b) to line (a) fox the production of single strips, there being provided an induction furnace (f) downstream of said heating furnaces with mandrel and immediately upstream of said finishing rolling mill (g).

和訳文:

熱間鋼帯を製造するための製造ラインであって、厚み100mm未満の薄いスラブ製造用の2つの鋳造ライン(a)及び(b)、該鋳造ライン(a)と直列に配置されてなる、ローラーコンベア(e)及び仕上用圧延機(g)を含む圧延ライン、上下に重なり合った加熱炉(A1)及び(A2)であって、該鋳造ライン(a)で製造されたスラブから得られる厚み30mm未満の仕上前鋳片の巻き取り及び巻き出し用マンドレルを内部に有しており、該鋳造ライン(a)に設けられた加熱炉(A1)及び(A2)、上下に重なり合った加熱炉(B1)及び(B2)であって、該鋳造ライン(b)で製造されたスラブから得られる厚み30mm未満の仕上前鋳片の巻き取り及び巻き出し用マンドレルを内部に有しており、鋳造ライン(b)に設けられた加熱炉(B1)及び(B2)、該鋳造ライン(a)で製造されたスラブを、ローラーコンベア(e)を介して仕上用圧延機(g)で連続的圧延に付すためのバイパス経路(d)であって、加熱炉(A1)と(A2)との間に設けられたバイパス経路(d)、加熱炉(B1)及び(B2)を、鋳造ライン(b)から鋳造ライン(a)に移動するための横断経路(k)、及びマンドレルを有する該加熱炉の下流であって、該仕上用圧延機(g)の直上流に設けられた誘導炉(f)、を含むことを特徴とする製造ライン。

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Exceptions to Lack of Novelty of Invention

Q1. We understand that Japan has a grace period for avoiding certain public disclosures from constituting prior art against a Japanese application.  How long is this grace period?

A1.  The grace period defined under Article 30 of the Japanese patent law (Exceptions to Lack of Novelty of Invention) is 6 months from the date of public disclosure.

Q2. What type of disclosures is capable of taking advantage of the Exceptions to Lack of Novelty of Invention in Japan?

A2.  According to current Article 30 of the Japanese patent law (effective as of April 1, 2012), virtually any disclosure, including “inventions made public at meetings and seminars, which are not academic conference designated by the Commissioner of the Patent Office, inventions made public on TV and radio, and inventions made public through sales”, are covered by the Exceptions to Lack of Novelty of Invention.  However, a patent publication is not a non-prejudicial disclosure.

Q3. Is the grace period applicable to scientific articles published on the web? 

A3.  The 6-month grace period is also applicable to electronic publications of scientific articles.  When a scientific article is published in the form of an electronic publication in advance to the publication in print, the 6-month grace period will start from the date of the electronic publication.  This rule applies not only to a free electronic publication, but also to an electronic publication which requires registered membership and/or purchase of the publication for accessing the electronic publication.

Q4. An invention has been published as a scientific article and a basic patent application has been filed in the US within 6 months from the publication of the scientific article.  Already 10 months have passed from the publication of the scientific article, but is it still possible to enjoy the benefit of the Japanese 6-month grace period by filing a Japanese patent application claiming the Paris convention priority from the basic US application filed within 6 months from the publication date? 

A4.  No.  Claiming of the Paris convention priority does not allow the filing date in Japan to date back for the purpose of grace period.  In other words, when a basic application is filed in other country within 6 months from the date of public disclosure, and a Japanese patent application claiming the convention priority from the basic application is filed after the expiration of the 6-months grace period, the Japanese patent application cannot enjoy the benefit of the grace period.

For receiving the benefit of the 6-month grace period in Japan, the Applicant must file within the 6-month grace period either one of the following applications:

   (1) Japanese national patent application*, or

   (2) PCT application designating Japan as one of the designated states. 

* Either a Japanese patent application or a PCT application claiming the convention priority from this Japanese patent application can be filed after the expiration of the grace period and still enjoy the benefit of the grace period.

Q5. What are the steps necessary for obtaining the benefit of the Japanese 6-month grace period?  

A5.  Necessary steps are explained separately for Japanese national patent application and PCT application.

Japanese national patent application:

A patent application is filed simultaneously with a Request for Grace Period within 6 months from the date of public disclosure.  Alternatively, the Request may be omitted by stating such effect in the patent application.

Next, a Document Verifying the Request, which is signed by all applicants, is filed within 30 days from the filing date of the patent application.  Filing of a specific evidence material (such as a copy of the scientific article disclosing the invention) is not required, but it is most advisable to file the evidence material with the Document.

PCT application designating Japan:

When a PCT application designating Japan as one of the designated states is filed within the 6 month grace period, such a PCT application will obtain the benefit of the grace period even when the PCT application enters the Japanese national phase after the expiration of the grace period (i.e., within non-extensible 30 month deadline).  In this case, both the Request for Grace Period and the Document Verifying the Request are filed within 30 days from the entry into the Japanese national phase. 

[Filing of the Request for Grace Period can be omitted when “Declaration as to Non-Prejudicial Disclosures or Exceptions to Lack of Novelty” (PCT Rule 4.17(v), 26ter.1) is made at the international stage.]

The Document Verifying the Request can be prepared at our end and forwarded for execution by the applicant(s). 

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Design Registration

Q1. If a design application is to be filed in Japan claiming Convention Priority based on a non-Japanese application, is the priority period one year as in patent applications? 

A1.  No. For filing design applications in Japan claiming Convention priority, the priority period is for six (6) months, instead of one year, from the filing of the priority application.  Even if you have a design "patent" application filed at the USPTO, the priority period is 6 months for filing a Japanese patent application with a valid priority claim based on the degisn "patent" application filed in the US.  

You also have to be careful when filing a patent application in Japan claiming priority from both a patent application and a design application.  That is, for example, if you filed in your country a patent application on May 1, 2012 and a design application on October 30, 2012 and are now considering filing a patent application on May 1, 2013 in Japan claiming priority from both of the above-mentioned patent application and design application filed in your country, this date “May 1, 2013” is within one-year priority period based on the patent application but is after the expiration of six-month priority period (October 30, 2012 + 6 months = April 40, 2013) based on the design application.  Therefore, the priority claim based on the design application is not valid.  

Q2. I am planning to file a design patent application in Japan claiming priority from a US design patent application.  What are the major differences in practice between the United States and Japan that require particular attention?

A2.  Firstly, unlike the “design patent” in the United States which is one type of patents and is basically dealt with under the patent law, Japan has a design law separate from a patent law. 

Therefore, in Japan, an application for registration of a design is referred to as “design application”, not “design patent application” as in the United States.  

More importantly, this difference in legal system leads to some significant differences in design registration practice between the US and Japan representative examples of which are enumerated below.

Difference 1)  “Single design per application” system in Japan

It is understood that the US system allows an applicant to pursue two or more designs (embodiments) of a single inventive concept in a single design patent application.  This, however, is not the case in Japan.  According to the Japanese practice, each design application may include only a single design of single shape.

Therefore, in Japan, when a single priority application includes multiple designs, it is necessary to either:

-  file separate design applications with respect to the different designs, or

-  file an application including different designs and later file a divisional application(s).

In this connection, however, it should be noted that it is not allowed to file a divisional application on a “partial” design from a “whole” design application and vice versa.  Concerning the “partial” and “whole” designs, explanations are made below.

Further, there is an exception to the "single design per application" system, and the Japan's Design Law provides "related design" system for covering a plurality of similar designs.

1-1) Exception to the “single design per application” rule

The Japan’s Design Law exceptionally allows for discrete objects to be claimed in a single application if common sense indicates that such discrete objects are usually sold as a “set”, as in the case of, for example, a 3-piece set including a knife, fork and spoon. 

1-2) Related design applications

In the case where the priority US application contains a plurality of different but similar designs (e.g., minor variations of a certain design), such similar designs may be covered by utilizing the related design system in Japan.  Specifically, the similar designs can be covered by filing a principal design application and filing a related design application(s) by one day prior to the publication of the principal design. 

The design registered as the related design can be enforced independently of the registered principal design and other registered related design(s).  That is, a related design right can cover even a design similar to that related design, which, however, is not similar to the principal design. 

For covering such similar designs under the related design regime, it is possible to either:

-  file a principal design application and also file a related design application(s) simultaneously with the principal application or later (by one day prior to the publication of the principal design at the latest), or

-  file general design applications on the similar designs, and later amend the general applications into a principal design application and a related design application(s).

The JPO may find that the designs are not similar enough to be eligible for registration under the related design regime but there is no need to be so nervous about this point.  If the JPO denies the similarity, the JPO will issue an office action requesting the applicant to stop relying on the related design system and change the applications to normal applications.

 

Finally, the right of a registered related design is independent from the right of a registered principal design but there are the following exceptions.

1.   Synchronized protection term: 

The protection term for both of a registered principal design and a registered related design is 20 years from the registration date of the principal design.  This point, however, is substantially immaterial in the present case because the two applications will probably be registered almost simultaneously.  Further, the registered related design can be maintained even if the principal design is allowed to lapse due to non-payment of maintenance fee, and vice versa.   

 2.   Restriction of transfer of rights and licensing: 

The right of a registered related design cannot be transferred or licensed independently from the registered principal design.  That is, for transfer of design rights to a third party by assignment etc., the principal and related designs must be simultaneously transferred together to the same entity.  Further, also for licensing, the principal and related designs must be licensed simultaneously to the same entity.

 

Difference 2)  Partial Design System

The Japan’s Design Law has a “partial design system” which allows registration of parts of shapes or forms with distinct characteristics.  

The US system also provides a similar practice where dotted lines can be used to indicate non-claimed parts.  There is, however, one important difference.  That is, the Japan’s system requires that a partial design application should be filed with a clear indication that the application claims a partial design.  In the absence of such indication, the application will be recognized as claiming a whole design. 

Once filed with the indication of a partial design application, it is in principle not allowed to amend the application into a whole design application and vice versa.  Similarly, a divisional application on a partial design cannot be filed from a whole design application and vice versa. 

Therefore, if it is important to cover both of whole and partial designs, it is recommended to file both a whole design application and a partial design application.

 

Of course, there are many other differences between US and Japanese practices; however, the above differences are believed to be the main differences which require particular attention when filing a design application in Japan claiminig priority from a US design patent application.

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《合併契約書》

合併契約書(和英)

原文:

合 併 契 約 書

会社A(以下、「甲」という。)と会社B(以下、「乙」という。)とは、両社の合併に際して次の契約を締結する。 

第1条       甲と乙は、甲を吸収合併存続会社、乙を吸収合併消滅会社として合併(以下、「本合併」という。)し、甲は乙の権利義務の全部を承継する。

  2 本合併に係る吸収合併存続会社及び吸収合併消滅会社の商号及び本店は、以下のとおりとする。

(1)吸収合併存続会社
    商号 会社A
    本店 東京都港区・・・・・

(2)吸収合併消滅会社
    商号 会社B
    本店 東京都中央区・・・・・

第2条       甲と乙は完全兄弟会社であるから、甲は本合併に際し、甲の株式その他の金銭を乙の親会社に対して割当交付しない。

第3条       本合併により甲の資本金、資本準備金、その他資本剰余金の額、利益準備金、その他利益剰余金は増加しない。

第4条       効力発生日は、平成26年9月1日とする。ただし、この前日までに合併に関し必要な手続が遂行できないときは、甲及び乙が協議の上、会社法の規定に従い、これを変更することができる。

第5条       乙は、平成25年12月31日現在の貸借対照表その他同日現在の計算書類を基礎とし、これに効力発生日前日までの増減を加除した一切の資産、負債及び権利義務を効力発生日において甲に引き継ぐ。

  2 乙は、平成25年12月31日以降、効力発生日前日に至るまでの間に生じたその資産又は負債の変動については、別に計算書類を添付して、その内容を甲に明示しなければならない。

第6条       甲及び乙は、本契約締結後、効力発生日前日に至るまで、善良なる管理者の注意をもって各業務を遂行し、かつ、一切の財産の管理を行う。

第7条       甲は、効力発生日において、乙の従業員を甲の従業員として雇用する。

  2 勤続年数は、乙の計算方式による年数を通算するものとし、その他の細目については甲及び乙が協議して決定する。

甲と乙は、本契約につき承認を得るため、平成26年8月31日までに、それぞれの株主総会の承認を得る。

第8条       本契約締結の日から効力発生日までの間において、天災地変その他の事由により、甲若しくは乙の資産状態若しくは経営状態に重大な変動が生じた場合又は隠れたる重大な瑕疵が発見された場合には、甲及び乙が協議の上、本契約を変更し、又は解除することができる。

第10条 本契約に規定のない事項又は本契約の解釈に疑義が生じた事項については、甲及び乙が誠意をもって協議の上、解決する。

第11条 本契約は、甲乙各々の株主総会の承認を得ることができない場合には、その効力を失うものとする。

本契約の締結を承認するため本書2通を作成し、甲乙各1通を保有する。

 

平成26年  月  日

(甲) 
東京都港区・・・・・
会社A
代表取締役 山田太郎  印 

(乙)
東京都中央区・・・・・
会社B
代表取締役 山本二郎  印

 

英訳文:

Merger Agreement

              Company A (hereinafter referred to as “Party A”) and Company B (hereinafter referred to as “Party B”) make an agreement for their merger as follows: 

Article 1
(1)          Parties A and B shall be merged by an absorption-type merger (hereinafter referred to as “this merger”).  In this merger, Party A shall be the surviving company, Party B shall be the dissolving company, and Party A shall succeed to all the rights and obligations of Party B.

(2)          The trade name and head office address of each of the surviving and dissolving companies are as follows.

(i)           The surviving company
              Trade name: Company A
              Head office address: ….., ….., Minato-ku, Tokyo

(ii)          The dissolving company
              Trade name: Company B
              Head office address: ….., ….., Chuo-ku, Tokyo 

Article 2
Parties A and B are wholly-owned sister companies and, in this merger, Party A does not allot any share or money of Party A to the parent company of Party B.

Article 3
This merger does not increase the amount of the stated capital, legal capital surplus, other capital surplus, retained earnings reserve, or other earned surplus of Party A.

Article 4
The date on which this merger agreement becomes effective shall be September 1, 2014.  However, when the procedure necessary for this merger is not completed by the date before the effective date, the effective date can be changed upon mutual consultation between Parties A and B in accordance with the provisions of the Company Law.

Article 5
(1)         On the date on which this merger agreement becomes effective, Party B shall render to Party A all of its assets, liabilities, rights and obligations, which are assessed on the basis of the balance sheet and other calculation documents of Party B as of December 31, 2013, taking into consideration all the increases/decreases occurring during the period of from the date after December 31, 2013 to the date before the effective date.

(2)          Party B shall also present to Party A a separate calculation document showing all the increases/decreases occurring in its assets and liabilities during the period of from the date after December 31, 2013 to the date before the effective date.

Article 6
Parties A and B shall perform their task and administrate all their properties with the due care of a prudent manager during the period of from the date of making this merger agreement to the date before the date on which this merger agreement becomes effective.

Article 7
(1)          Party A shall employ the employees of Party B as the employees of Party A on the date on which this merger agreement becomes effective.

(2)          The period of service at Party B, which is calculated in accordance with the method of Party B, shall be added to the period of service at Party A.  The other details shall be determined upon mutual consultation between Parties A and B.

Article 8
Each of Parties A and B shall obtain the approval of this merger agreement by its general shareholders’ meeting by August 31, 2014.

Article 9
In case a serious fluctuation occurs or a serious defect is revealed in the financial status or business situation of Party A or B on account of natural disasters or the like during the period of from the date of making this merger agreement to the date on which this merger agreement becomes effective, this merger agreement can be amended or cancelled upon mutual consultation between Parties A and B.

Article 10
Any matter not stipulated in this merger agreement or any doubt arising as to the interpretation of the provisions of this merger agreement shall be resolved upon mutual consultation between Parties A and B conducted in good faith.

Article 11
This merger agreement shall not take effect when it is not approved by the general shareholders’ meetings of both Parties A and B.

The agreement document is prepared in duplicate for the approval of this merger agreement.  One copy of the document shall be possessed by Party A and the other by Party B.


(Month)      (Day)        , 2014

(Party A)
….., ….., Minato-ku, Tokyo
Company A
President     Taro YAMADA   (sealed) 

(Party B)
….., ….., Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Company B
President     Jiro YAMAMOTO   (sealed)

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