|Company Act Article 216Aug. 1, 2018
Supervisors of a company shall be elected by the meeting of shareholders, among them at least one supervisor shall have a domicile within the territory of the Republic of China.
For a company whose shares are issued to the public, there must be two or more supervisors to be elected in accordance with the provision of the preceding Paragraph, and the total shareholdings of all supervisors shall meet the requirement as separately specified by the competent authority in charge of securities affairs, if any.
The relation between the company and its supervisors shall be subject to the provisions governing the mandate as stipulated in the Civil Code.
The provisions set out in Article 30 and Paragraph One and Paragraph Four regarding the disposing capacity of Article 192 of this Act shall apply mutatis mutandis to the supervisors.
|Company Act Article 216-1Aug. 1, 2018
Where the candidates nomination system is adopted by a company in its Articles of Incorporation for election of supervisors, the provisions set out in Paragraphs One to Six of Article 192-1 of this Act shall apply mutatis mutandis.
The responsible person or other authorized conveners of a company who violates the provisions set out in Paragraphs Two, Five or Six of Article 192-1 as apply mutatis mutandis in the preceding paragraph shall be imposed with a fine of not less than NT$10,000, but not more than NT$50,000; for a public company, the responsible person or other authorized conveners of a company shall be imposed with a fine by the competent authority in charge of securities affairs of not less than NT$240,000 but not more than NT$2,400,000.
|Company Act Article 192Aug. 1, 2018
The board of directors of a company shall have at least three directors who shall be elected by the shareholders’ meeting from among the persons with disposing capacity.
A company may choose not to have the board of directors but to have one or two directors. For a company with only one director, such director shall be the chairman and the functional duties and powers of the board of directors of such company shall be exercised by such director, and the provisions governing the board of directors as set out in this Act shall not apply to such company. The provisions governing the board of directors as set out in this Act shall apply mutatis mutandis to a company with two directors.
For a public company, if the percentage of shareholdings of all the directors selected in accordance with Paragraph One is subject to the provisions separately prescribed by the competent authority in charge of securities affairs, such provisions shall prevail.
The provisions set out in Article 15-2 and Article 85 of The Civil Code shall not apply to the disposing capacity set forth in Paragraph One of this Article. "Unless otherwise provided for in this Act, the relations between the company and its directors shall be governed by the provisions of the Civil Code pertaining to the mandate.
The provisions set out in Article 30 hereof shall apply mutatis mutandis to the directors of a company.
|Company Act Article 30Aug. 1, 2018
A person who is under any of the following circumstances shall not act as a managerial personnel of a company. If he has been appointed as such, he shall certainly be discharged:
1. Having committed an offence as specified in the Statute for Prevention of Organizational Crimes and subsequently convicted of a crime, and has not started serving the sentence, has not completed serving the sentence, or five years have not elapsed since completion of serving the sentence, expiration of the probation, or pardon;
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