The society’s rules describe the operation of the society, in particular the status and obligations of its members. These rules are available in the society’s two official languages: English and Japanese, via its web site:
A branch wishing to become a member of the Hari Society must request it by filling the “Form Branch” form. The form is to be filled directly on a computer as an Excel spreadsheet and emailed to the society headquarters address. Alternatively, the form can be printed, filled by hand, and then sent to the society headquarters via regular mail.
3. New Practitioner
A new practitioner in a branch will register with the HARI by filling the form “Form
Pers”. The form is to be filled directly on a computer as an Excel spreadsheet and emailed to the society headquarters address. Alternatively, the form can be printed, filled by hand, and then sent to the society headquarters via regular mail.
4. Seminar logbook
Any person desiring a seminar logbook must request it by filling the “Form Pers” form and checking the rightmost column in said form. By Law number 6 (Rule no 6)
Any person taking a test must use the “Form Exam” form. The form is to be filled directly on a computer as an Excel spreadsheet and a copy shall be printed, filled and signed by the required persons. Before the test, this form is to be given, along with the seminar booklet, to the designated person. An alternate form containing the same information may be used when distributed by the branch before the test.
At the beginning of each year and when required, the secretary-treasurer of the society sends each branch the “Form Ann” form. This form is an Excel file which shows the information as it appears in the society’s files. Necessary corrections should be made by modifying the appropriate fields. This form indicates the status and category of members and shows the membership dues. The form will be sent electronically to the HARI headquarters along with the dues.
Alternatively the form can be completed, then printed and sent through regular mail to the society’s headquarters.
Annual dues for branches and members, dues for new members or new branches as well as seminar logbook fees will be paid through the dojo’s chief instructor.
All fees will be paid in a single payment by the branch’s chief instructor.
All fees will be paid in US dollars.
Payment to the society’s secretary-treasurer can be made electronically, as indicated or by check, money order or bank draft.
Annual membership dues must be paid before April 1st of the current year.
The attributes and privileges specified in the rules shall be valid and attributable only if the members claiming them have been in good standing with the society for all years required by the particular category and privileges. By Law number 5 (Rule no 4)
The Hari Society’s headquarter is:
The Hari Society
25 Church Street
Watertown, MA. 02472 USA
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