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Resolve Your Worries! The 2nd Inheritance Seminar

2015-11-15 (Sun) 14:00 -

Due to the positive response to the 1st Inheritance Seminar, this year, we will once again be holding an Inheritance Seminar.
Through things such as the tax system revision in 2015, there are many individuals with a particular interest in inheritance.

Those with questions or worries about inheritance are welcome to take part in this seminar, led by an experienced lawyer and tax lawyer, both OU graduates.

Date and Time

Sunday, November 15, 2015 -- 14:00~17:00 (Doors open at 13:30)


Lecture Room 304, Nakanoshima Center, Osaka University

Lecturers and Topics

●UEDA Ken (Lawyer, Sakura Law Office)

  Key Points You Should Know About Wills and Inheritance - Cases that Ended in Trouble 

●TANAKA Toshio (Tax Lawyer, Tanaka Accounting Office)

  On Inheritance Tax and Donation Tax - Considering the Tax System Revisions of 2015

How to Apply

Anyone may attend, and attendance to this seminar is free.

After entering your information in the sections required in the application form, please send your completed form by postal mail, fax, or email to the Alumni Office, listed below.

Deadline: Friday, October 30, 2015 

The number of attendees has reached capacity, so applications are no longer being accepted. [updated: November 6, 2015]

Capacity: 80 (first-come, first-served)

Note: We have set aside space for priority applications for those graduates of Osaka University and Osaka University of Foreign Studies. We will give priority to applications to such individuals received by October 16.

Graduates from Osaka University and Osaka University of Foreign Studies may also bring one guest to this seminar.

Application Form Download:  (PDF)  (EXCEL)

Applications and Contact

Seminar Division, Alumni Office, Osaka University
1-1 Yamadaoka, Suita, Osaka 565-0871
Tel: 06-6879-7196
Fax: 06-6879-4337
Email: alumni-app[at] (Applications)
           alumni-info[at] (Contact)
When contacting these email addresses, please replace [at] with @.


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