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Annotated Republic of China Laws/Hot Spring Act/Article 31

Hot Spring Act
Republic of China (Taiwan) Law
Article 31

First promulgated on 2003-07-02, effective on 2005-07-01Edit

Article 31[1]
The central authority-in-charge and appropriate government agencies shall prescribe the enforcement rules of this Act.
Any proprietor who has developed hot springs but fails to obtain a legitimate license shall have a seven-year moratorium to improve.

Promulgated amendment on 2010-05-12, effective on 2010-07-01Edit

Article 31[2]
The central authority-in-charge, in consultation with appropriate central government agencies, shall prescribe the enforcement rules of this Act.
Any hot spring proprietor who has developed hot springs but fails to obtain legitimate licenses shall remedy the situation by July 1, 2013.

Annotated by WikibooksEdit

  1. "The Hot Spring Act". Laws & Regulations Database of The Republic of China. Ministry of Justice (Taiwan). 2003-07-02. http://law.moj.gov.tw/Eng/news/news_detail.aspx?id=390. Retrieved 2016-12-11. 
  2. "Hot Spring Act: Article 31". Laws & Regulations Database of The Republic of China. Ministry of Justice (Taiwan). 2010-05-12. http://law.moj.gov.tw/eng/LawClass/LawSearchNo.aspx?PC=J0110040&DF=&SNo=31. Retrieved 2016-12-11.  The moratorium is further specified in the amendment to avoid restarting the period of seven years.