Contract Agreement In Japanese

Contractual obligations also tend to stretch quantitatively. In particular, in the case of a contract to receive services from another party, there is an obligation to exercise due diligence in the use of these benefits in order to protect the other party from danger to his life, health, etc. (duty to exercise safety). There are several Supreme Court cases on this issue. Such security obligations do not mean that the parties have entered into such an agreement in advance. Security obligations are not mandatory in the Civil Code articles on employment contracts. However, precedents extend the obligations imposed on the parties on the basis of the principle of good faith (civil code art. 1, al. 2). The tendency towards certain legal relationships with regard to the imposition of broader-than-expected commitments may also be considered part of the sphere known as specialist liability. In a situation where one party trusts the other party`s ability as an expert and subsequently entrusts certain issues, there is currently a tendency to consider in a situation where the party, as a specialist, is required to take into account the interests of the other party beyond the scope of the agreement. This means that obligations are imposed to a large extent, which is necessary to meet the confidence of the other party in its respective areas of expertise. The same is of course true for public certification specialists, such as doctors, lawyers, architects, and also for investment firms linked to securities transactions and banks linked to banking operations.

In the area of land and housing rentals, it is a matter of protecting tenants and tenants through justice and special laws. According to the case law, the lessor cannot terminate the contract, even if the lessor has a default on the lessor`s payment, unless such a default causes greater damage to the relationship of trust between the taker and the lessor. Even if the tenant does not pay rent for about 1 to 2 months, this would not allow the landlord to terminate the contract. This is called the doctrine of “harm of the relationship of trust.”