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Administrative Enforcement Agencies

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An agency dedicated to enforcing obligatory payments under public law, and includes 13 administrative enforcement branches. Enforcement is the last step when realizing public justice. When people refuse to implement their obligations of paying taxes pursuant to the law, or the fines imposed as punishment pursuant to the law, or other statutory fees as imposed by various laws, the relevant subordinate branch of the Agency shall be tasked with conducting compulsory enforcement pursuant to the legal procedures, thus implementing creditor's rights as protected by public law. The Agency, following the "public justice and care" policy, takes strong enforcement actions against high-profile cases and debtors who owe substantial sums, and takes more flexible enforcement measures on obligors with weaker financial status. The Agency also adheres to procedural justice, creates positive performance with exquisite execution, and exercises governmental power with fairness, while implementing justice.

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