|Company Act Article 161-2Aug. 1, 2018|
For the shares to be issued by a company, the issuing company may be exempted from printing any share certificate for the shares issued. "A company not printing its share certificate in accordance with the provision of the preceding paragraph shall register the issued shares with a centralized securities depositary enterprise and follow the regulations of that enterprise. "The transfer and creation of pledge for the shares registered with a centralized securities depositary enterprise shall be handled by the company or by way of book-entry transfer; Article 164 of this Act and Article 908 of the Civil Code shall not apply. "The preceding paragraph shall not apply to shares printed but not returned to the company.
|Company Act Article 161Aug. 1, 2018|
A company shall not issue share certificates, unless it has completed the procedure for incorporation registration or for company alteration registration as required for issuance of new shares. However, this clause shall not apply to the companies whose share certificates are to be issued under the provisions otherwise provided for by the authority in charge of securities. "Share certificate issued in violation of the provisions set out in the preceding Paragraph shall be null and void. However, holders of such share certificates may claim for damages against the issuers of such share certificates.
|Company Act Article 161-1Aug. 1, 2018|
A public company shall, within three months after having completed the procedures for company incorporation registration or for company alteration registration as required for issuance of new shares, issue its capital shares. "The responsible persons of a company who violate the provisions set out in the preceding paragraph for failing to issue share certificates shall be ordered by the competent authority in charge of securities affairs to effect the issuance of share certificate within a given time limit, and each of them shall further be subject to a fine in an amount of not less than NT$ 240,000 but not more than NT$ 2,400,000; and upon failure to comply with the said order, they shall be ordered again to issue the share certificates within another given time limit and may be enforced successively each time against any further violation thereafter until the time when the issuance of share certificates is effected as required.
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