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Japan changed age of majority

Japan changed age of majority

The government of Japan has lowered the age of majority from 20 to 18. Now the Japanese, who are 18 and 19 years old will have the right to independently sign contracts with banks and other organizations, register housing rentals and mobile communication services in their own name, announced mir24.

It is also noted, that persons who have reached the age of majority can apply for a sex change and choose citizenship in the presence of a dual one. Besides that, after a change in the law on age, 18 years old citizens of the country received without the permission of their parents.

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