Annotated Republic of China Case Law/Judicial Yuan Interpretation No. 161

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Judicial Yuan Interpretation No. 161

Date[edit| edit source]

18 January 1980

Issue[edit| edit source]

Calculating the effective date of a law regulation would include the enactment or publication date? Having different internal opinions in the Government of the Republic of China, The Executive Yuan would petition for unified interpretation in Taiwan.

Holding[edit| edit source]

Calculating the effective date of a law regulation per Article 13 of the Central Regulation Standard Act shall include the enactment or publication date.

Dissent[edit| edit source]

  • Justice Shih-Ron CHEN
  • Justice Rei-Kuang YIAU
  • Justice Yu-Po CHENG

Effect[edit| edit source]

Hereafter a Taiwanese law or regulation stipulated as to be enforced from the date of enactment or publication means that if enacted or published today, it will become effective the day after tomorrow.

References[edit| edit source]