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法規名稱(Title) Title The Regulations for General Compilation of Landowners’ Properties Ch
公發布日(Date) 2015.04.23
法規沿革(Legislative) 1.Promulgated by Order Tai 81 Nei-Di No.8186351 of Ministry of the
Interior on October 5, 1992
2.Amended and Promulgated by Order Tai 88 Nei-Di No.8886153 of Ministry
of the Interior on June 29,1999; revising Article 2
3.Amended and Promulgated by Order Tai Nei-Di No.0930060889 of Ministry
of the Interior on April 30,2004; revising Article 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11;
adding Article 12,13,14
4.Amended and Promulgated by Order Tai Nei-Di No.0960004103 of Ministry of
the Interior on January 19,2007; revising Article 9,10
5. Amended and Promulgated by Order Tai Nei-Di No.1040412256 of Ministry of
the Interior on April 23,2015; revising Article8, 9,11,12; adding Article
9-1
法規內文(Content)

Article 1   
These Regulations are enacted according to Article 12 of “The Equalization
of Land Rights Act”.

Article 2   
The term “general compilation of landowners’ properties” referred to in
the Regulations shall denote the compilation of all cadastral data of the
same landowners, the holders of other rights and the administrators
indicated in all land registers and construction improvement registers of
the area where “The Equalization of Land Rights Act” is implemented.
The same landowners, the holders of other rights and the administrators
shall be identified according to the following ways:
1. For natural persons: by the same names and ID card numbers or the
   numbers as provided by Paragraph two of Article five.
2. For legal persons or organizations without legal person status: by the
   same names and universally compiled numbers or the numbers as provided
   by Paragraph two of Article five.

Article 3   
The cadastral data indicated in Paragraph one of the preceding Article
shall include the following materials:
1. Data about registration: refers to data indicated in land registers
   and construction improvement registers, including data in description
   section, ownership section and other rights section.
2. Data about land value: refers to declared land value, publicly
   announced land value, publicly announced current land value and
   publicly announced dates.
3. Data about landowners, holders of other rights and administrators:
   refers to categories of obligees, names or titles, ID card numbers
   or universally compiled numbers, Dates of birth, Addresses; the names
   or titles, ID card numbers or universally compiled numbers and Addresses
   of the administrators if there are any.

Article 4   
If the compilation of landowners’ properties shall be dealt with by
using computers, the procedure shall be as follows:
1. To sort cadastral data.
2. To check the names or titles, ID card numbers or universally compiled
   numbers of landowners, holders of other rights and administrators.
3. To register related cadastral data.
4. To set up cadastral database.
5. To update and transmit cadastral data.
6. To compile general registers of landowners.

Article 5   
When dealing with the compilation of general registers of landowners,
the registry of Municipality or County (City) (the registry in short
hereafter) shall thoroughly examine the names or titles, ID card numbers
or universally compiled numbers of landowners, holders of other rights
and administrators of all lands and constructional improvements in its
jurisdictions.
For those landowners, holders of other rights or administrators who
have no ID card numbers or universally compiled numbers, the registry
shall compile the numbers according to the way provided by the competent
authorities of the Central Government.

Article 6   
After cadastral data has been registered into electronic data by the
registry, it shall be sent to the competent authorities of Municipality
or County (City) for sorting before being forwarded to the competent
authorities of the Central Government to set up the cadastral database.

Article 7   
Whenever there is any change to cadastral data, the registry shall send
the changed data to the competent authorities of Municipality or County
(City) sorting the database before transmitting to the competent
authorities of the Central Government to update the cadastral database.

Article 8   
Landowners or holders of other rights or their heirs, or the
administrators may apply for inquiring, viewing or copying of their
data in general registers of landowners unless any one of the situations
prescribed in the proviso of Article 10 of the Personal Information
Protection Act.
The scope to offer data referred to in the preceding paragraph shall be
confined to the cadastral data of those landowners, holders of other
rights or the administrators who have applied for the data in general
registers of landowners, and the applicants may choose to apply for
partial data according to their needs.

Article 9   
For the application of data in general registers of landowners, the
applicants shall fill in application forms and submit to any registry
affixed with the following documents:
1.Identification evidences of applicants.
2. Applicants who are heirs to landowners or holders of other rights
   shall submit documents of evidence concerning with inheritance
   qualifications.
3.Documents requested by the competent authorities of the Central
  Government.
When the application is filed by agents, the agents shall follow the
rules in the preceding paragraph, and present a commission certificate
or make a clear statement of commission in application form.
The applicants or their agents shall personally present it and be
identified by the registry.

Article 9-1  
The registry may provide cadastral information with the same name and
address to landowners ,holders of other rights ,or the administrators,
whose numbers are compiled by the registry according to Paragraph 2
of Article 5 upon application.
The qualification of applicant and the scope of application data in
the preceding paragraph shall apply mutatis mutandis to Article 8.
The application procedure and required documents in Paragraph 1 shall
apply mutatis mutandis to the provisions of the preceding article ,
besides additional documents of evidence with the original domicile
shall be furnished to prove the nominee’s status.

Article 10   
Having accepted the application of the preceding article, the registry
may approve the data in general registers of landowners if it is
proved to be correct after examination.

Article 11   
The data of the compilation of landowners’ properties should be
used in accordance with the scope of its job functions provided
by laws and regulations, and in compliance with the specific purpose
of collection.
However, the information may be used outside the scope upon the
conditions in the proviso of  Article 16 of the Personal Information
Protection Act applied.

Article 12   
NT$400 fee shall be paid for each application for data of compilation
of landowners’ properties, in addition to the following fees charged
for viewing, printing and information:
1. Viewing fees: NT$20 for each lot (building) per 10 minutes, for
   those less than10 minutes would be deemed to be 10 minutes.
2. Printing fees: NT$20 per sheet.
3. Information fees: NT$1 per record. 
NT$250 fee shall be paid for each application in accordance with
Article 9-1 of the applicant.

Article 13   
The competent authorities of the Central Government shall set up Rules
governing the operational procedures for compilation of landowners’
properties.

Article 14   
These Regulations shall come into force on the day of its promulgation.