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Article 2
The term “obstruction of military service” stated in this Act refers to obstructing any act specified in the following subparagraphs:
1. General Mobilization.
2. Temporary Mobilization.
3. Conscription of standing soldiers and replacement soldiers for active duty.
4. Conscription and recall of reserved ranking officers and reserved non-commissioned officers.
5. Educational Mobilization, Duty Mobilization, and Roll-Call Mobilization.
When meting out a punishment in accordance with this Act, the circumstances of the obstruction of military service and the order set out in the preceding paragraphs should be taken into consideration in determining the severity of punishment.
Article 6
A person who has any of the following behaviors in an attempt to evade educational mobilization or duty mobilization shall be sentenced to imprisonment for not more than three (3) years:
1. Fabricating the reasons for an exemption from military service, discharge from military service, military category transfer, or exemption from recall.
2. Self-harm or self-mutilation.
3. Refusing to accept a recall order notice.
4. Having been recalled to service but two (2) days have past the specified deadline for reporting to service without any excuse.
5. Having someone else to report to recall in his place.
A person who fails to participate in a muster recall without any excuse or attempts to evade roll-call mobilization and has any of the behaviors specified in Subparagraph 1 ~ 3 or 5 shall be sentenced to imprisonment for not more than one year, detention, or commutation to a fine of not more than NT$90,000.
Article 10
A reservist who has one of the following behaviors in an attempt to evade recall shall be sentenced to imprisonment for not more than one year, detention or commutation to a fine of not more than NT$90,000:
1. Refusing to be investigated as required, or failing to show up for scheduled physical examination.
2. Not reporting change of residence address as required without any excuse.
A reservist who has committed an offence provided in the preceding paragraph which causes the failed delivery of recall order notice, will be treated as "attempting to evade recall” and will be subject to punishment in accordance with Article 5 or Article 6 herein.
Article 13
Any person who has any of the following behaviors in an attempt to obstruct military service shall be sentenced to imprisonment for not more than five (5) years:
1. Inciting others to evade conscription or recall.
2. Instigating others to obstruct military service.
3. Sheltering, hiding or providing convenience to a person who is under conscription or recall to evade military service.
4. Substituting or introducing a substitute to a person to report to conscription or recall.
5. Illegally exporting, importing, interfering, altering, changing, deleting, or destroying military service data or file, or hindering the accuracy of military service data or files by other illicit means.
6. Deliberately submitting a false document to the authority so as not to be conscripted or recalled to military service.
A person who has committed an offence provided in Subparagraph 4 of preceding paragraph that pertains to muster recall shall be sentenced to imprisonment for not more than one year, detention, or commutation to a fine of not more than NT$90,000.