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  • The Issuance of the Supreme Court Regulation No.2 Year 2015 Concerning the Settlement Procedure of Small Claim : Challenges to Realize the Affordable, Simple, Prompt and Efficient Principle

    Dananjaya Nyoman Satyayudha

    … before they can utilize the small claims court.The provisions concerning the limitation of claims value, related with disputing parties must be domiciled within the same first instance court jurisdiction and also that any claim made does not concern any dispute over land rights or encompass anything that needs to be examined under the jurisdiction of a special court (i.e. commercial court, industrial court, etc.) needs to be reviewed.These requirements become obstacle for the Supreme Court Regulation to realize the …

    東アジア研究 (18), 229-246, 2020-03


  • The Medieval Russian Library(XIV)Iosif Volotsky, Vassian Patrikeev, Nil Sorsky  [in Japanese]

    三浦 清美

    … Desert monasteries, founded in the east-north Rus' since the middle of the 14th century and developed into large land owners by the end of the 15th century, had supported the political leadership of Moscovian grand princedom over Rus'. … However, once its rulership was established, the Moscovian grand prince Ivan III aimed at confiscation of the lands of monasteries and intervened in the discussion of Russian monks on their land ownership of monasteries. …

    電気通信大学紀要 31(1), 1-26, 2019-02-01

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  • Seven Decisions on Class Action Lawsuits by Nuclear Accident Victims and Damage Caused by "Loss of Hometown"  [in Japanese]

    除本 理史

    … These conditions include all conditions required to engage in daily work and life, including private property such as homes or agricultural land built over many days and years, basic conditions such as infrastructure of all kinds, economic and social relationships, environments, and natural resources. … In all of these decisions, the courts independently decided to recognize damages outside the guidelines for reparations established by the national Dispute Reconciliation Committee for Nuclear Damage Compensation. …

    経営研究 = The business review 69(3・4), 17-32, 2019-02

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  • The Mataga Clans of Nagano-no-sho in Iwami Province : The Landscape of their Bases, their Subsistence, and their Dispute  [in Japanese]

    渡邊 浩貴

    … and (3) the form of cohesion between the rural feudal lord families involved in the dispute over mountains and plains and the transformation of its order.As a result, (1) the lineage of the Mataga Clan had split into the two lines of the Kamimataga Clan and the Shimomataga Clan during Kamakura Period, and as a result of the field investigation, (2) the residences of the feudal lords were comparatively identified, on a narrow strip of land at an end of a hilly area for the former, and on an eroded valley on a shore of a river …

    国立歴史民俗博物館研究報告 = Bulletin of the National Museum of Japanese History 212, 57-81, 2018-12


  • Who Saved Nara Park? : Debate on Closure of Parkland from 1939 through 1951  [in Japanese]

    堂本 直貴

    … There was a dispute as to which party should be responsible for preservation of the distinctive ancient scenery. … In order for privately owned land to be opened to the public, its manager must adopt a public position. … They focused on their daily religious practices in the process of seeking the return and transfer of land. …

    京都社会学年報 = Kyoto journal of sociology (26), 63-88, 2018-12


  • Mageshima common suit to continue more  [in Japanese]

    牧 洋一郎 , まき よういちろう , Maki Yoichiro , 沖縄大学地域研究所特別研究員

    … In other words, it is the case that demanded that 24 plaintiff inhabitants consent to a registration of a transfer procedure for, ① 36 defendant inhabitants by a joint ownership share registration of a transfer procedure to the head of the existing enrollment group for, ②defendant registration holders of a title deed (4 defendant inhabitants)by a registration of an erasure procedure of the joint ownership registration of a transfer for, ③ defendant supplier in each this matter land(4 writing brushes, approximately 2 hectares)each. …

    地域研究 = Regional Studies (22), 1-19, 2018-10


  • Nomadic Patterns of the Yekesabis from the Viewpoint of Pasture Conflict Settlement : The Case of the Central-Right-Final Banner of Tusiyetu Qan Ayimaγ in Outer Mongolia during the Qing Period  [in Japanese]


    … This article carefully examines the settlement process of a series of actual, large scale, historically influential disputes over pasture land between commoners and the Yekešabis (vassals of the Great Living Buddha of Outer Mongolia) which occurred within Tüsiyetü Qan Ayimaγ's Central-Right-Final Banner during the Qing period, in order to verify the actual nomadic conditions of the Yekešabis during that time, using historical sources held by the National Central Archives and the National Central Library of Mongolia. …

    東洋学報 = The Toyo Gakuho 99(4), 01-027, 2018-03


  • Discourse on the Last Descendent: The Chief as a Constellation of Signs in Contemporary Fiji

    Asai Yuichi

    … In doing so, it analyzes a dispute over the long-standing failure of holding a chiefly installation ritual and narratives on the descendent of the chiefly lineage in the Dawasamu district. … Thus, it reveals that this dispute over the chieftaincy is a dispute over indexicality of the legitimate chiefliness.To begin, the paper delineates the history of the chiefly succession in Dawasamu and illustrates how it is conceptualized into 2 familial genealogies; …

    People and Culture in Oceania 34(0), 25-54, 2018


  • Ryōchū's Idea of the Welcoming of Amida (<i>Raigō</i>) in the <i>Kangyōsho-Kikigaki</i>  [in Japanese]

    Nishimura Yoshiya

    … Previous research assumes that the dispute was caused by Hōnen's followers particularly by Ryōchū in the Kanto area. … However, there has not been enough research on the situation of Pure Land Buddhism in the Kenchō period in the Kanto area. …

    Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies (Indogaku Bukkyogaku Kenkyu) 67(1), 88-91, 2018


  • Traces of a Dispute between Shandao and Jingang Visible in the <i>Nianfo-jing</i>: In Relation to the Anti-Sanjie-jiao Stance in Middle Tang Dynasty Pure Land Buddhism  [in Japanese]

    Katō Hirotaka

    … <p>In Pure Land Buddhism during the middle of the Tang dynasty, there are many commonalities with the Sanjie-jiao (Three Stages sect). … in Pure Land Buddhism.</p><p>Since the foundation of the Sanjie-jiao precedes Pure Land Buddhism, it is thought that there is a high likelihood that Pure Land received this aspect from the Sanjie-jiao, but this is where the challenge at hand begins. …

    Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies (Indogaku Bukkyogaku Kenkyu) 67(1), 243-248, 2018


  • A Dispute over Ownership of Land caused by Violation of Border  [in Japanese]

    三原 園子

    関東学院法学 26(3・4), 115-134, 2017-03

  • "Pirates" on the West River during the Late Qing Period : Trade, Shipping and the Dispute over "The Right of Patrol"  [in Japanese]

    村上 衛

    … In response to the increase in maritime transport, bandits disguised as passengers would board these small boats that plied the West River and other interior rivers, and many incidents of robbery occurred in coordination with those on land. …

    史林 100(1), 106-140, 2017-01

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  • The Tenno Society, the Buke Society, and the Industrial Society:──An Analysis of the Three Stages in the History of Japanese Society──  [in Japanese]

    TOMINAGA Ken'ichi

    … In the city of Nara, land was divided under the measures of the nationalization plan. … Conversely, in the city of Kyoto, land was divided according to measures of privatization. … Also, in Nara the state drafted the Handenshuju plan, while in Kyoto there were no such plans.<br>    The result of these policies was that in Kyoto the land was owned by the wealthy, large religious institutions, and Buke families. …

    Transactions of the Japan Academy 71(3), 137, 2017


  • A Review of the "Jiandao Issue" in Early 20th Century East Asia Focusing on the Writings of Naito Konan

    王 君強

    … At the beginning of the 20th century, negotiations between Qing China and Japan were held as many as three times regarding the "Jiandao Issue", the land dispute between Qing and Korea surrounding the ownership of the land to the north of the Tumen River. …

    文化交渉 : Journal of the Graduate School of East Asian Cultures : 東アジア文化研究科院生論集 (6), 265-279, 2016-11-30


  • The study of land ownership of the Japanese Imperial Household:Focusing on the elimination of the Imperial Property, Goryochi, in Hokkaido  [in Japanese]

    IKEDA Sanae

    … In an attempt to answer the question of why the imperial household in pre-World War II modern Japan owned land, this article takes up the case of the real estate owned in Hokkaido (Hokkaido Goryochi 北海道御料地) and the process by which it was removed from the imperial household's holdings in 1894. …

    SHIGAKU ZASSHI 125(9), 1-37, 2016


  • Abolishment of the guarantees for public banks and EU State Aid control: An analysis on the role of EU private banks  [in Japanese]

    ISHIDA Amane

    … However, little attention was paid to the role of EU private banks at the time of the abolishment.</p><p>At the end of 1991, the Land of North Rhine-Westphalia decided to transfer the Housing Promotion Institute (WFA) to WestLB for a consideration of 0.6 per annum. … This started a dispute over the guarantees for public banks in Germany. …

    EU Studies in Japan 2016(36), 217-242, 2016


  • The Kyushu factor in Ashikaga Yoshimitsu' dismissal of Tandai Imagawa Ryoshun  [in Japanese]

    HORIKAWA Yasufumi

    … however, since peace with the Shimazus could never be reconciled with the Tandai's protection of the interests of locally-based warrior-land proprietors (<i>kokujin</i> …

    SHIGAKU ZASSHI 125(12), 1-24, 2016


  • A Study on Planning Idea of Tsuyoshi Tamura and Keiji Uehara based on Mt. Kongo National Park Plan  [in Japanese]

    MIZUUCHI Yusuke , AWANO Takashi , FURUYA Katsunori

    … <p>There was a dispute over the concept of national parks between Tsuyoshi Tamura and Keiji Uehara during the 1920's, and each made his own "Mt. Kongo National Park Plan" later in 1930. … On the other hand, Tamura's establishment of a park area was based on conditions such as a visible area of landscape and land ownership (prioritized forests owned by the nation and temples, and avoided private property), and to secure a vast size of the unity area. …

    Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture 79(5), 431-436, 2016


  • Wukan Village in the fiction  [in Japanese]

    TANAKA Nobuyuki

    … The land dispute that flared up in Guangdong Province Wukan Village in 2011 converged in the form that Guangdong's party Committee accepted their demand basically at the end of the same year. … The experience of Wukan was praised as the valuable success stories of dispute resolution, it was even to be called "Wukan model". … However, even now it from after three years, Wukan cannot regain most of the lost land. …

    中国研究月報 = Monthly journal of Chinese affairs 69(6), 1-15, 2015-06

  • Resurgence of Chiefs and Establishment of Their Power: A Case Study of a Land Dispute among the Acholi in Northern Uganda  [in Japanese]

    Kawaguchi Hiroko

    … This paper focuses on a meeting which chiefs held to deal with a land conflict, and clarifies the process in which chiefs exercised their power and their people accepted it.<BR>In this meeting, chiefs advocated "Acholi tradition" as the basis of their legitimacy and utilized the institution of "Acholi kingdom" in order to exercise their power. …

    Asian and African Area Studies 14(2), 182-209, 2015

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