Annotated Republic of China Regulations/Enforcement Rules of the Name Act

The Enforcement Rules of the Name Act administratively supplement the Name Act in Taiwan.

HistoryEdit

From http://law.moj.gov.tw/eng/LawClass/LawHistory.aspx?PCode=D0030012 :

  1. Promulgated and come into force on June 20, /1953, by Tai-Nei-Hu-Zi No.32492 Order of the Ministry of the Interior
  2. Amended and promulgated on June 28, 1955, by Tai-Nei-Hu-Zi No.71748 Order of the Ministry of the Interior
  3. Amended and promulgated on May 10, 1958, by Tai-Nei-Hu-Zi No.8378 Order of the Ministry of the Interior
  4. Amended and promulgated on J October 19, 1961, by Tai-Nei-Hu-Zi No.67693 Order of the Ministry of the Interior
  5. Amended and promulgated on March 11, 1985, by Tai-Nei-Hu-Zi No.298146 Order of the Ministry of the Interior
  6. Amended and promulgated on February. 12, 1992, by Tai-Nei-Hu-Zi No.8174535 Order of the Ministry of the Interior
  7. Amended and promulgated on February 5, 1997, by Tai-Nei-Hu-Zi No.8678274 Order of the Ministry of the Interior
  8. Amended and promulgated on October 18, 2000, by Tai-Nei-Hu-Zi No.8965863 Order of the Ministry of the Interior
  9. Amended and promulgated on October 11, 2001, by Tai-(90)-Hu-Zi No.9008838 Order of the Ministry of the Interior[1]
  10. Amended and promulgated on January 29, 2004, by Tai-Nei-Hu-Zi No.0930065809 Order of the Ministry of the Interior[1]
  11. Amended and promulgated on March 21, 2008, by Tai-Nei-Hu-Zi No.0970044904 Order of the Ministry of the Interior
  12. Amended and promulgated on January 7, 2010, by Tai-Nei-Hu-Zi No.0980240949 Order of the Ministry of the Interior
  13. Amended and promulgated on April 11, 2011, by Tai-Nei-Hu-Zi No.10000653871 Order of the Ministry of the Interior

Wikibooks annotationEdit

  1. a b This full amendment is in a separate page, and later partial amendments are in other separate pages per articles.