(APPROVED BY PRESIDENTIAL ORDER, DATED MAY 27TH, 1920)
Article 1. Examinations for entry to the service of process-servers shall be held at Peking upon petition of the Peking District Court and in the locality where a High Court, a branch High Court or a District Court is situate, upon petition of the president of the High Court of that Province, and in both cases, with the approval of the Minister of Justice.
Article 2. The date and place of the examination shall be announced in advance and published in newspapers.
Article 3. The matters of the examination of process- servers shall be taken charge of by the chairman of the Commission, three commissioners and five supervising officers, appointed by the Minister of Justice upon petition of a president of a High or District Court from among the judges of High or District Courts, procurators of High or District Procuratorates and registrars of such courts and procuratorates.
Article 4. No person shall take the examination for entry to the service of process-servers unless he has
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Publication information: Book title: Laws, Ordinances, Regulations and Rules Relating to the Judicial Administration of the Republic of China. Contributors: Joseph En-Pao Wang - Editor. Publisher: University Publications of America. Place of publication: Arlington, VA. Publication year: 1976. Page number: 75.