JLPT N1 Grammar (mono to suru)


shall; to assume; understood as

How to use

Verb (casual form)ものとする

Learn Japanese grammar: (mono to suru). Meaning: shall; to assume; understood as (often used in legal documents to express rules or conditions).

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Example #1

keiyaku no enchou wa, souhou no doui ni yoru mono to suru.
The contract extension must be agreed by both parties.
Example #2

じゅしょへんこうのつうちは、そのとうたつによってこうりょくがはっせいするものとする 。
jusho henkou no tsuuchi wa, sono toutatsu ni yotte kouryoku ga hassei suru mono to suru.
Notice of a change of address shall be effective only upon receipt of concerned parties.
Example #3

karyou wa 2 man en o koenai mono to suru.
The fine shall not exceed 20,000 yen.
Example #4

iinkai no kettei wa, sono iin no kahansuu ni yoru mono to suru.
The board shall take its decisions by majority.
Example #5

shouhyou wa, touroku shita go ni koukoku suru mono to suru.
The trade mark shall be published after registration.

Vocabulary List

延長えんちょうto extend
双方そうほうtwo way; both parties; mutual
発生はっせいto occur; to outbreak

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