About the Taichung Branch of Administrative Enforcement Agency
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The Administrative Enforcement Agency is responsible for collecting the public monetary debts.There are two purposes for the government to enact the Administrative enforcement law. One is to use the public force to fulfill the requirements of Administrative law. The other is to set the limitation of the Administrative Power within the principle of the Rule of Law. Therefore, in 1998, the Legislative Yan in Taiwan revised the Administrative Enforcement Law.
According to the article 4 of the revised Administrative Enforcement Law, it regulated that the cases related to Administrative enforcement principle should be fulfilled by the Department of Authority that made the decisions. For those cases related to the public monetary debts due to the obligatory party of Administrative Law, the Department of Authority should deliver them to the Administrative Enforcement Department, a department of the Ministry of Justice, to be handled and dealt with.
It is why the Ministry of Justice established the Administrative Enforcement Agency Taichung Branch in Taichung city in 2001. The orientation of Taichung Branch was held by Chief Prosecutor of Taichung District court Ju Nan(朱楠), the Administrative Enforcement Officer Su-Sui-Chen（施淑琴）, and Administrative Enforcement Officer Chen,Pei-chen on Jan 1, 2001.
The first director officer of Taichung Branch was Hsiao,Tsie-fong（蕭志峰）, who was inaugurated On Jan 16, 2001. The following director officer of Taichung Branch is Chou, Ying-hung（周穎宏）, who used to be the former director officer of Chiayi Branch. The Taichung Branch is one of the first degree departments in the Administrative Enforcement Agency, its jurisdiction includes