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Article 9

The section of the Uniform Commercial Code on collateral. It discusses what collateral can be used, who owns it in the event of default, and the circumstances under which a creditor can take possession of property.
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How difficult it would be for Abe to convince the peace loving Japanese that the time has come to maintain a full-fledged army requires an understanding of Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution.
She also slammed Japan's allocation of 1 billion yen for comfort women's fund in South Korea, saying it was done to 'give up their fight' and 'in exchange of their silence,' as well as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's calls to revise the war-renouncing Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution.
Others have included passing a state secrets law which enabled officials to decide what should or should not be published and having Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution reinterpreted.
Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution also restricts Japan from engaging in wars to settle international disputes.
The Boston, MA Branch has received a grant to pursue a campaign of education on Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution (in which Japan renounces war forever), as a model for the United States.
The Democratic Party, denouncing Kim for making a "thoughtless remark," drew public attention to Prime Minister Abe's desire to revise Article 9 of the Japanese constitution if his party won enough seats in the upper house on Sunday to push for constitutional amendment.
org/wiki/Article_9_of_the_Japanese_Constitution) Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution provides:
The Bainbridge Island monks already have participated in a half-dozen peace walks this year, including one in Japan last month in support of Article 9 of the Japanese constitution, the so-called "no war" clause that forbids Japan from maintaining an army, navy or air force.
Matsuura said a campaign that Bush pushed for during a June 29 meeting in Tennessee with Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi calls for Japan to amend Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution, which states in part: "Land, sea and air forces, as well as other war potential, will never be maintained.
He adheres to the standard rightist views: The Emperor should be restored to prewar status; the Soviet Union should return the Kuril Islands; communism must be fought at all costs; Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution, limiting the military to self-defense, should be abolished (in fact, he says the Constitution should be scrapped altogether).
Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution bans the use of force as a means to settle international disputes.
Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution stipulates that the country forever renounces war, and states "land, sea and air forces as well as other war potential will never be maintained.