"The system of Vesting Inherited Land in the National Treasury" is a system that allows heirs who have acquired land ownership through inheritance or bequest to relinquish the land to the national treasury.
However, in order to use this system, certain requirements must be met.
For example, for land, this system cannot be used if there are buildings, soil contamination, or dangerous cliffs.
In addition, when we use this system, payment of contribution of land management costs equivalency for ten years is necessary.
However, it may be a good system for those who inherited the land but want to let it go because they do not have the opportunity to use it.
Application by proxy is not permitted unless the application is made by a legal representative (person with parental authority, guardian of an adult, etc.).
However, it is possible to ask Certified Administrative Procedures Legal Specialists, lawyers, and judicial scriveners to prepare the application forms.
Please refer to the following website (written in Japanese) for information on "The system of Vesting Inherited Land in the National Treasury".
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