(ORDINANCE NO. 14, PROMULGATED ON JUNE 29TH, 1922)
Article 1. In proceedings which started before the coming into force of the Regulations relating to Judicial Stamps, all the documents shall, from the day on which the Regulations come into force, be governed thereby.
Article 2. If an increase of judicial fees has been approved upon petition of a High Court or High Procuratorate before the coming into force of the Regulations relating to Judicial Stamps, such increase shall be governed thereby.
Article 3. The sale of judicial stamps shall be entrusted by the Ministry of Justice to the General Post Office.
The Regulations governing the sale of Judicial Stamps by the General Post Office shall be made separately.
Article 4. If the amount of judicial stamps is less than a dollar, it shall be paid by small silver coins or coppers to the amount equivalent to so much of a dollar as is expressed by the amount of stamps to be bought. The arrangement for the sale of postage stamps shall apply.
Article 5. Judicial stamps shall be stamped by the post office.
The stamping shall be made with the daily stamp used by the post office; provided that the date in the stamp shall be clear.
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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: 287.
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