Annotated Republic of China Case Law/Judicial Yuan Interpretation No. 793
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Date[edit| edit source]
28 August 2020
Issue[edit| edit source]
Would the Act Governing the Settlement of Ill-gotten Properties by Political Parties and Their Affiliate Organizations be unconstitutional? Several judges officially petitioned for a constitutional interpretation after the disputed Act would primarily target Kuomingtang regarding questionable property.
Holding[edit| edit source]
The disputed Act is constitutional.
Effect[edit| edit source]
The Ill-gotten Party Assets Settlement Committee would have legislative ando judicial bases to pursue questionable property held by Kuomingtang.
References[edit| edit source]
- Constitution of the Republic of China, Articles 1, 2, 61, 77 (1947-12-25)
- Annotated Republic of China Laws/Additional Articles of the Constitution of the Republic of China, Articles , Sections 4 and 5 (1999-09-15)