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Lease by tendering


1. National non-public real estates can be leased by tendering. NPA branches (or offices) may determine the leased property for tendering or citizens may apply for leasing national non-public real estates through tendering to NPA branches (or offices).

2. Domestic or foreign government or private entities (judicial persons) within the territory of the Republic of China; citizens of the Republic of China or aliens with capacity; temples to which the Act of Supervising Temples is applied; and other eligible subjects of rights may participate in the tender. However, tenderers bidding for non-public-use national land for use by agriculture, animal husbandry, or culture must be citizens of the Republic of China or aliens aged 16 or older. Aliens participating in tendering must comply with the restrictions specified in Articles 17 and 20 of the Land Act. Citizens or legal persons from mainland China or the corporations in which they invest in a third region must comply with the restrictions specified in Article 69 of the Act Governing Relations between the People of the Taiwan Area and the Mainland Area. In addition, no Chinese investments in the development or operations of residences and buildings will be allowed before the opening of real estate investments in the “Investment Items for Citizens from Mainland China”.

Rent calculation

The rent for non-public-use national land leased by tendering should include the contract royalty and the annual rent, with the contract royalty as the tender. When tendering for national property including non-public-use national land and constructional improvements in the same contract, an annual rent should be charged. In this case, the annual rend of the land and the annual rent of the constructional improvements will be the tender. The contract will be awarded to the tenderer with the highest offer in a valid tender. The contract royalty and the annual rent payable by the contract winner will be:

1. Lands leased by tendering

(1) The contract royalty will be the offer made in the tender.

(2) The annual rent will be the annual rent for direct lease.

1)  Site lease: Declared Land Value of the Year x Leased Area x 0.05

2)  Lease of land for agriculture, animal husbandry, and culture: Allowance in Cash of the Total Yield of Genuine Products of the Year x Rent Rate (0.25)

2. Land and constructional improvements leased by tendering in one contract

(1) The annual rent will be the annual rent offered in the tender.

(2) When the annual rent of direct lease is higher than the annual rent offered in the awarded contract after a change in the rent rate of direct lease, the declared land value of the land, and the current value based on which the house (property) tax is levied during the term of a lease, the annual rent will be adjusted automatically in coordination with the month of change.


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Release date:2019-11-14 Last updated:2022-12-21