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FRAMEWORK ACT ON HEALTHY HOMES

Act No. 8655, Oct. 17, 2007

Amended by Act No. 8852, Feb. 29, 2008

Act No. 9932, Jan. 18, 2010

Act No. 11045, Sep. 15, 2011

Act No. 12529, Mar. 24, 2014

Act No. 14059, Mar. 2, 2016

Act No. 14234, May 29, 2016

Act No. 14440, Dec. 20, 2016

Act No. 15350, Jan. 16, 2018

Act No. 17280, May 19, 2020

CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS
 Article 1 (Purpose)
The purpose of this Act is to contribute to the realization of a healthy family by specifying the rights and duties of citizens and the responsibilities of the State, local governments, etc. with respect to a healthy family life and the maintenance and development of families, by strengthening those assistance policies which are capable of contributing to the promotion of the welfare of their members, and by working out appropriate resolution methods of family problems.
 Article 2 (Fundamental Principle)
A home shall be maintained and developed in a way that it satisfies any fundamental desire of individuals and contributes to social integration.
 Article 3 (Definitions)
The terms used in this Act shall be defined as follows: <Amended on Jan. 16, 2018>
1. The term "family" means the fundamental group unit of society formed by marriage, blood or adoption;
2. The term "home" means a living unit in which family members are supported, brought up, protected and educated every day as a living community in which they make their living jointly or live together;
2-2. The term “one-person household” means a living unit in which a person makes his or her living alone;
3. The term "healthy family" means a home in which the desires of family members are satisfied and their human lives are guaranteed;
4. The term "healthy family services" means various measures to prevent and resolve problems harming healthy families (hereinafter referred to as the "family problems") and services to strengthen home functions, such as support, bringing-up, protection, education, etc. of families.
 Article 4 (Rights and Duties of Citizens)
(1) All citizens shall enjoy the rights to any home life enabling them to maintain their stable and human lives as family members.
(2) All citizens shall recognize the importance of homes and endeavor to promote home welfare.
 Article 5 (Responsibilities of State and Local Governments)
(1) The State and local governments shall create systems and conditions necessary for the realization of a healthy family and establish and implement policies therefor.
(2) In establishing policies under paragraph (1), the State and local governments shall take into account the characteristics of family members and the types of homes.
(3) The State and local governments shall endeavor to make homes democratic, to create home-friendly environment, to realize the value of gender-equal family, and to evaluate the value of household work on a just basis.
 Article 6 (Relationship to Other Statutes)
In cases of establishment or amendment of other statutes related to healthy family services, the State shall conform those statutes to this Act.
 Article 7 (Family Value)
The family members shall jointly participate in the management of home life, such as their own support, child rearing and household work, and shall respect and trust each other.
 Article 8 (Marriage and Childbirth)
(1) All citizens shall recognize the social importance of marriage and childbirth.
(2) The State and each local government shall recognize the social responsibilities for childbirth and childcare and actively support to create a suitable environment for childbirth and childcare, such as protecting the maternity and paternity rights and securing the health of fetuses. <Amended on May 29, 2016>
 Article 9 (Prevention of Family Dissolution)
(1) All the members of a family shall endeavor to prevent the dissolution of the family.
(2) The State and local governments shall establish such systems and policies as are necessary to prevent the dissolution of families.
 Article 10 (Development and Utilization of Resources of Local Communities)
The State and local governments shall, to the maximum extent possible, develop and utilize resources of local communities so as to contribute to the realization of a healthy family.
 Article 11 (Provision of Information)
The State and local governments shall, to the maximum extent possible, provide family members with information through child rearing, family education and counseling services, etc. to contribute to a healthy family life and shall establish management systems of information on home life. <Amended on May 19, 2020>
 Article 12 (Day of Families)
In order to raise awareness of the importance of family and to create the atmosphere where individuals, family, and society as a whole actively participate to promote a healthy family, May of each year and May 15 shall be designated as Month of Families and Day of Families, respectively.
CHAPTER II POLICIES ON HEALTHY FAMILY
 Article 13 Deleted. <Sep. 15, 2011>
 Article 14 Deleted. <Sep. 15, 2011>
 Article 15 (Formulation of Master Plans for Healthy Family)
(1) In consultation with the heads of the relevant central administrative agencies, the Minister of Gender Equality and Family shall formulate a master plan for healthy family (hereinafter referred to as "master plan") every five years. <Amended on Mar. 24, 2005; Feb. 29, 2008; Jan. 18, 2010; Sep. 15, 2011>
(2) The master plan shall include any of the following matters: <Amended on Jan. 16, 2018>
1. Measures to promote the self-sufficiency of homes by strengthening family functions and developing home potential;
2. Promotion of family community culture for social integration and cultural inheritance;
3. Realization of a healthy family by satisfying various desires of families;
4. Democratic family relationship and role sharing on a gender-equal basis;
5. Creation of home-friendly social environment;
6. Reduction of social costs by easing burdens of the bringing-up, support, etc. of families as well as by preventing the dissolution thereof;
7. Emergency assistance measures for families in crisis;
8. Realization of a healthy society by improving families' health;
9. Methods for raising funds related to promotion of family assistance policies;
10. Measures to improve the welfare of one-person households.
(3) The master plan shall be finalized after deliberation by the State Council.
(4) The Minister of Gender Equality and Family shall, without delay, report the final master plan to the competent standing committee of the National Assembly and notify it to the heads of the relevant central administrative agencies and the heads of local governments. <Amended on Mar. 24, 2005; Feb. 29, 2008; Jan. 18, 2010; Sep. 15, 2011; May 19, 2020>
 Article 16 (Formulation and Execution of Annual Implementation Plans)
(1) The Minister of Gender Equality and Family, the heads of the central administrative agencies concerned, and the heads of local governments shall, every year, establish, carry out and evaluate implementation plans for a healthy family (hereinafter referred to as "implementation plans") in accordance with the Master Plan. In this case, the heads of the central administrative agencies concerned and the heads of local governments shall, every year, submit such implementation plans and their performance to the Minister of Gender Equality and Family. <Amended on Mar. 24, 2005; Feb. 29, 2008; Jan. 18, 2010; Sep. 15, 2011>
(2) Necessary matters concerning the establishment, execution, and evaluation of implementation plans shall be prescribed by Presidential Decree.
 Article 17 (Adjustment of City/Do Implementation Plans)
(1) The Minister of Gender Equality and Family shall adjust an implementation plan of each local government on the basis of the Master Plan and inspect the status of the execution of such plan. <Amended on Mar. 24, 2005; Feb. 29, 2008; Jan. 18, 2010; Sep. 15, 2011>
(2) Where an implementation plan of a local government is contrary to the master plan and other implementation plans of central administrative agencies, the Minister of Gender Equality and Family may require the head of a local government concerned to modify the implementation plan. <Amended on Mar. 24, 2005; Feb. 29, 2008; Jan. 18, 2010; Sep. 15, 2011; Dec. 20, 2016>
 Article 18 (Cooperation in Formulation of Plans)
(1) The Minister of Gender Equality and Family, the heads of the relevant central administrative agencies, and the heads of local governments may, if necessary, request the heads of relevant public institutions, social organizations, or other private enterprises to assist in formulating and executing the master plan or implementation plans. <Amended on Mar. 24, 2005; Feb. 29, 2008; Jan. 18, 2010; Sep. 15, 2011>
(2) Those persons who receive any request for cooperation under paragraph (1) shall comply with such request unless there is any special reason to the contrary.
 Article 19 (Promotion of Education and Research)
(1) The State and local governments shall promote any research related to healthy families and train experts thereon.
(2) The State and local governments shall continue to develop and provide educational programs for healthy families.
 Article 20 (Survey of Actual Status of Families)
(1) The State and local governments shall, every three years, survey actual status of families for the purpose of knowing actual status of the lives of individuals and families and the desire and demand for services for the realization of a healthy family, the prevention of family problems, etc. and publish the results of such survey. <Amended on May 19, 2020>
(2) A survey of actual status of families referred to in paragraph (1) shall include the current status of one-person households by age, gender and region as well as matters regarding policy demands, etc. <Newly Inserted on Jan. 16, 2018>
(3) Matters necessary for survey of actual status of families prescribed in paragraph (1) shall be prescribed by Ordinance of the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family. <Amended on Mar. 24, 2005; Feb. 29, 2008; Jan. 18, 2010; Jan. 16, 2018>
CHAPTER III HEALTHY FAMILY SERVICES
 Article 21 (Support for Homes)
(1) The State and local governments shall provide support so that every home performs its function smoothly.
(2) Support mandated under paragraph (1) is as follows:
1. Support for the mental and physical health of family members;
2. Support for the stabilization of economic life such as the guaranteeing of income;
3. Support for stable residential life;
4. Support for medical examinations of fetuses, childbirth, and bringing-up;
5. Support for the balance between work and home life;
6. Support for the protection against hazardous environment such as obscene materials, amusement quarters and violence;
7. Support for the protection against domestic violence;
8. Support for the creation of home-friendly social environment;
9. Any other relevant support for the strengthening and maintenance of the functions of a healthy family.
(3) The State and local governments shall endeavor to diffuse policy measures on paid leave and paid vacation for the protection of maternal and paternal rights related to pregnancy, childbirth, breast-feeding, and childcare. <Amended on May 29, 2016>
(4) The State and local governments shall provide active support to such homes as require social protection, including single-parent homes, homes of a senior citizen living alone, homes of a person with disability, unmarried mothers’ homes, collective homes, and self-sufficient communities. <Amended on Oct. 17, 2007>
(5) Relevant statutes shall apply to detailed matters concerning support by the State and local governments under paragraphs (2) and (4).
 Article 21-2 (Emergency Assistance for Families in Crisis)
(1) The State and local governments shall provide assistance to the extent urgently needed for the smooth performance of family functions, if family functions, such as supporting, bringing up, protecting, and educating family members, have been significantly undermined due to any of the disasters prescribed by Presidential Decree among disasters defined in subparagraph 1 of Article 3 of the Framework Act on the Management of Disasters and Safety.
(2) The types and details of emergency assistance for family in crisis shall be as follows:
1. Family care services, such as assistance with childcare and household care;
2. Psychological and emotional support for families, such as provision of family counseling, group programs, and self-help group programs;
3. Assistance by combining services, such as legal aid, medical aid, and welfare service;
4. Other assistances deemed by the Minister of Gender Equality and Family necessary.
(3) The period for providing assistance services under paragraph (2) shall be within one year: Provided, That the period for providing psychological and emotional support under subparagraph 2 of paragraph (2) shall be not more than three years, but if necessary, it may be extended only once up to one year.
(4) Necessary matters for procedures, methods, etc. of emergency assistance for families in crisis shall be prescribed by Presidential Decree.
(5) Where a family is receiving support with the same details under any other statute, including the Emergency Aid and Support Act, as those prescribed in this Act, such family shall not receive support under this Act.
[This Article Newly Inserted on May 29, 2016]
 Article 21-3 (Access to Information Related to Emergency Assistance for Families in Crisis)
The Minister of Gender Equality and Family or the head of a local government, if necessary, may request information relating to emergency assistance for families in crisis, such as names, addresses, and contact numbers secured by the State, other local governments, and public institutions, and may process or use the collected information.
[This Article Newly Inserted on May 29, 2016]
 Article 21-4 (Support for Expenses of Emergency Assistance for Families in Crisis)
The State and each local government may subsidize full or part of the expenses incurred in providing emergency assistance for families in crisis.
[This Article Newly Inserted on May 29, 2016]
 Article 22 (Strengthening of Child Rearing Support)
(1) With respect to homes in which children are brought up, the State and local governments shall actively expand the implementation of such policies as child-care and after-school services, gender-equal childcare leave systems, etc. to ease burdens of such child rearing and to guarantee the children’s right to pursue happiness. <Amended on Sep. 15, 2011>
(2) The State and local government shall establish and implement policies on support services for bringing-up of children (including public child care provider service; hereinafter the same shall apply), taking various types of families into consideration. <Newly Inserted on Sep. 15, 2011>
(3) The State and local governments may assist in support services for bringing-up of children within budgetary limits. <Newly Inserted on Sep. 15, 2011>
(4) The State and local governments shall enhance social awareness of the value of household work and endeavor to reflect such value in relevant laws, systems and family policies. <Amended on Sep. 15, 2011>
 Article 23 (Promotion of Welfare of Family)
(1) The State and local governments shall develop and implement measures to support families in calculating and imposing insurance premiums as well as in administrating benefits, etc. in connection with the operation of social security systems such as social insurance and public assistance.
(2) The State and local governments shall prepare methods for favorable treatment of families in establishing and implementing systems, policies and services in each field such as economy, society, education, culture, sports, and community development.
 Article 24 (Promotion of Health of Families)
The State and local governments shall take comprehensive measures to promote the health of family members according to the human life cycle such as infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood and old age. <Amended on Sep. 15, 2011>
 Article 25 (Assistance for Support of Families)
(1) With respect to homes with family members requiring any assistance for support, such as babies, infants or senior citizens, the State and local governments shall actively establish policies to ease burdens of such support.
(2) The State and local governments shall render active assistance to homes with family members requiring any care due to diseases or disorders and expand specialized protection facilities so that they may use those facilities.
(3) If any of family members needs the nursing due to a disease or accident requiring long-term convalescent care, the State and local governments shall establish policies for leave, etc. for medical attention of families.
 Article 26 (Promotion of Democratic and Gender-Equal Family Relationship)
(1) If there is any family trouble between husband and wife or between family members, the State and local governments shall expand family assistance services and conduct various family life education, parents education, family counseling, equal family publicity, etc. so as to prevent the said trouble and render advisory opinions thereon and to promote democratic and gender-equal family relationship.
(2) When it comes to intervening in the home of victims of domestic violence and their family members, the State and local governments shall endeavor to provide experts' systematic intervention and service.
 Article 27 (Promotion of Role of Family as Citizen)
(1) In order to ensure family bonds and the development of family members, the State and local governments shall provide every opportunity and service to promote the role of family as citizen.
(2) The State and local governments shall endeavor to promote family unit participation in voluntary services.
 Article 28 (Development of Home Life Culture)
(1) The State and local governments shall raise awareness of healthy family life culture and establish supportive policies therefor.
(2) The healthy family life culture, for which the State and local governments shall support, shall include each of the following matters:
1. Family leisure culture;
2. Gender-equal family culture;
3. Voluntary services by a family unit;
4. Healthy food, clothing and housing life culture;
5. Rational consumption culture;
6. Regional community culture;
7. Other matters related to healthy family life culture.
 Article 29 (Family Rites)
(1) All individuals and homes shall endeavor to establish sound family rites.
(2) The State and local governments shall formulate support policies for the establishment of sound family rites.
 Article 30 (Home Attendants)
(1) The State and local governments may, if necessary for the maintenance of healthy families, provide home attendants who visit homes and assist in housework, childcare, postpartum care, nursing, etc. (hereinafter referred to as the "home attendants").
(2) Home attendants shall receive necessary education as provided by Ordinance of the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family. <Amended on Mar. 24, 2005; Feb. 29, 2008; Jan. 18, 2010>
(3) The State and local governments may pay any prescribed amount of money to home attendants, to such an extent as the relevant budget permits.
(4) Necessary matters concerning assistance to home attendants shall be provided for in Ordinance of the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family. <Amended on Mar. 24, 2005; Feb. 29, 2008; Jan. 18, 2010>
 Article 31 (Prevention of Divorce and Assistance to Divorced Families)
(1) The State and local governments shall take necessary measures so as to ensure the substantiality of divorce conciliation such as the rendering, before a divorce, of advisory opinions to a couple intending to obtain the divorce.
(2) The State and local governments shall provide a family in whose case the couple determined to obtain a divorce with assistance services necessary to support the family in various matters, including the child rearing, the disposition of property, and emotions.
(3) The State and local governments shall strengthen the effect of child support enforcement for divorced families and expand the scope of persons eligible for such payments.
 Article 32 (Education on Healthy Family)
(1) The State and local governments shall conduct education on healthy family.
(2) The contents of education under paragraph (1) shall include each of the following subparagraphs:
1. Education on preparations for marriage;
2. Parental education;
3. Education on family ethics;
4. Education, etc. on the realization of family value and on home life.
(3) Necessary matters concerning education on healthy family under paragraph (1) shall be provided for in Ordinance of the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family. <Amended on Mar. 24, 2005; Feb. 29, 2008; Jan. 18, 2010>
 Article 33 (Assistance for Voluntary Services)
The State and local governments shall promote and encourage voluntary services related to healthy families.
CHAPTER IV ORGANIZATION, ETC. IN EXCLUSIVE CHARGE OF AFFAIRS RELATED TO HEALTHY FAMILIES
 Article 34 (Exclusive Performance of Healthy Family Services)
The Ministry of Gender Equality and Family and local governments shall make sure that the affairs for healthy family services can be performed under exclusive responsibility. <Amended on Mar. 24, 2005; Feb. 29, 2008; Jan. 18, 2010; Sep. 15, 2011>
 Article 34-2 (Incorporation of Korean Institute for Healthy Family)
(1) The Korean Institute for Healthy Family (hereinafter referred to as the “Institute”) shall be incorporated to efficiently and systematically support family policies for the enhancement of quality of life of diverse families and the empowerment of family.
(2) The Institute shall be a corporation.
(3) The Institute shall be duly formed upon completing the registration for its establishment at the registry office having jurisdiction over its principal place of business.
(4) The articles of association of the Institute shall include the following matters: <Newly Inserted on May 19, 2020>
1. Objectives;
2. Name;
3. Location of its principal office;
4. Matters regarding assets;
5. Matters regarding executive officers and employees;
6. Operation of the board of directors;
7. Scope of a project, details, and the execution thereof;
8. Accounting;
9. Methods of public announcement;
10. Amendments to the articles of incorporation;
11. Other important matters regarding the operation of the Institute.
(5) Where the Institute intends to amend the matters stated in the articles of association, it shall obtain authorization from the Minister of Gender Equality and Family. <Newly Inserted on May 19, 2020>
(6) Executive officers and necessary staff shall be employed by the Institute, as prescribed by the articles of incorporation. <Amended on May 19, 2020>
(7) The Institute shall perform the following projects: <Amended on May 19, 2020>
1. Project for providing family counseling and family education services;
2. Project for creating a family-friendly social environment;
3. Project for providing childcare and child-rearing support services;
4. Operation of an agency dedicated to the enforcement of child support payments under the Act on Enforcing and Supporting Child Support Payment;
5. Projects to empower disadvantaged families, such as multi-cultural families, single-parent families, and grandparent-headed families;
6. Projects for supporting the social integration of multi-cultural families;
7. Project management, and education and training for employees of healthy family support centers referred to in Article 35, multi-cultural family support centers referred to in Article 12 of the Multicultural Families Support Act, and family-friendly support centers referred to in Article 19 of the Act on the Promotion of Creation of Family-Friendly Social Environment;
8. Projects for internal and external exchanges and cooperation relating to family projects;
9. Surveys and research to develop family policies and projects;
10. Projects incidental to the ones referred to in subparagraphs 1 through 9 or other relevant projects entrusted by national agencies, etc.;
11. Other matters prescribed by articles of incorporation to achieve the objectives of the Institute.
(8) The Government may contribute to the expenses incurred in the conduct of the Institute's projects and operation thereof within budgetary limits. <Amended on May 19, 2020>
(9) Notwithstanding the Act on Collection and Use of Donations, the Institute may accept money and goods voluntarily donated in accordance with the project purposes, and matters regarding the procedures for accepting such donations, etc. shall be separately prescribed by the head of the Institute. <Newly Inserted on Mar. 2, 2016; May 19, 2020>
(10) Except as provided in this Act, the provisions governing an incorporated foundation pursuant to the Civil Act shall apply mutatis mutandis to the Institute. <Amended on Mar. 2, 2016; May 19, 2020>
[This Article Newly Inserted on Mar. 24, 2014]
 Article 35 (Establishment of Healthy Family Support Centers)
(1) The State and each local government shall establish and operate a healthy family support center (hereinafter referred to as "center") for the purposes of preventing and resolving family problems, giving advisory opinions thereon, developing programs for the maintenance of healthy families, conducting family culture campaigns and providing home-related information and data. <Amended on Sep. 15, 2011>
(2) The centers shall have an expert who has knowledge and experience in relevant fields (hereinafter referred to as a "healthy family specialist") to provide healthy family services.
(3) A healthy family specialist shall meet all of the following requirements: <Amended on Jan. 16, 2018>
1. A healthy family specialist shall graduate from a college or university or a school at least equivalent thereto (including where he or she is recognized as having at least an equivalent level of such educational attainment under statutes and regulations);
2. A healthy family specialist shall complete the related courses prescribed by Ordinance of the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family, such as social welfare, home economics or women’s study, by attending the schools prescribed in subparagraph 1 or by other means acknowledged by the Minister of Gender Equality and Family.
(4) Matters necessary for the organization and operation of the centers and the qualifications and duties of a healthy family specialist shall be prescribed by Presidential Decree.
(5) The operation of the centers shall be entrusted to any private organization, as prescribed by Ordinance of the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family. <Amended on Mar. 24, 2005; Feb. 29, 2008; Jan. 18, 2010>
(6) The State and a local government may fully or partially subsidize expenses incurred in the establishment and operation of the centers. <Newly Inserted on May 19, 2020>
 Article 35-2 (Prohibited Use of Similar Names)
No person, other than the centers under this Act, shall use the name, Healthy Family Support Center, or names similar thereto.
[This Article Newly Inserted on Sep. 15, 2011]
CHAPTER V SUPPLEMENTARY PROVISIONS
 Article 36 (Assistance to Private Organizations)
The State and local governments may provide organizations or individuals performing healthy family services with all or part of necessary expenses or render them any assistance necessary for the performance of their duties.
 Article 37 (Administrative Fines)
(1) A person who violates Article 35-2 shall be subject to an administrative fine not exceeding three million won.
(2) An administrative fine under paragraph (1) shall be imposed and collected by the Minister of Gender Equality and Family or the head of a local government in accordance with Presidential Decree.
[This Article Newly Inserted on Sep. 15, 2011]
ADDENDUM <Act No. 7166, Feb. 9, 2004>
This Act shall enter into force on January 1, 2005.
ADDENDA <Act No. 7413, Mar. 24, 2005>
Article 1 (Enforcement Date)
This Act shall enter into force on the date of its promulgation: Provided, That the enforcement date of any of the following matters shall be as follows:
1. Articles 2 through 4 of this Addenda shall enter into force on the date on which Presidential Decree concerning the organization of the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family under the amended provisions of Article 42 of the Government Organization Act enters into force within three months after the promulgation of this Act;
2. Omitted.
Articles 2 through 4 Omitted.
ADDENDA <Act No. 8655, Oct. 17, 2007>
Article 1 (Enforcement Date)
This Act shall enter into force three months after the date of its promulgation. (Proviso Omitted.)
Articles 2 through 7 Omitted.
ADDENDA <Act No. 8852, Feb. 29, 2008>
Article 1 (Enforcement Date)
This Act shall enter into force on the date of its promulgation. (Proviso Omitted.)
Articles 2 through 7 Omitted.
ADDENDA <Act No. 9932, Jan. 18, 2010>
Article 1 (Enforcement Date)
This Act shall enter into force two months after the date of its promulgation. (Proviso Omitted.)
Articles 2 through 5 Omitted.
ADDENDUM <Act No. 11045, Sep. 15, 2011>
This Act shall enter into force six months after the date of its promulgation.
ADDENDA <Act No. 12529, Mar. 24, 2014>
Article 1 (Enforcement Date)
This Act shall enter into force on January 1, 2015.
Article 2 (Transitional Measures concerning the Korean Institute for Healthy Family Established as Incorporated Foundation)
(1) The Korean Institute for Healthy Family established as an incorporated foundation with permission of the Minister of Gender Equality and Family in accordance with Article 32 of the Civil Act as at the time this Act enters into force may file an application for approval with the Minister of Gender Equality and Family so that the Institute to be established pursuant to the amended provisions of Article 34-2 can succeed to all of the rights and duties of the Korean Institute for Healthy Family in accordance with a resolution passed at the meeting of the board of directors.
(2) The Korean Institute for Healthy Family established as an incorporated Foundation, Incorporated, having received approval from the Minister of Gender Equality and Family upon the application filed pursuant to paragraph (1) shall be deemed dissolved at the same time as the Institute is established pursuant to this Act, notwithstanding the provisions concerning the dissolution and liquidation of a juristic person under the Civil Act, and the Institute established under this Act shall succeed to all of the rights and obligations and property of the Korean Institute for Healthy Family. In this regard, the name of the Korean Institute for Healthy Family as an incorporated foundation, recorded on registers concerning property, rights, and obligations; and on public documents shall be deemed the name of the Institute established under this Act.
(3) Executive officers and employees of the Korean Institute for Healthy Family established, as an incorporated foundation, as at the time this Act enters into force, shall be deemed executive officers and employees of the Institute established under this Act.
ADDENDUM <Act No. 14059, Mar. 2, 2016>
This Act shall enter into force on the date of its promulgation.
ADDENDUM <Act No. 14234, May 29, 2016>
This Act shall enter into force six months after the date of its promulgation.
ADDENDUM <Act No. 14440, Dec. 20, 2016>
This Act shall enter into force on the date of its promulgation.
ADDENDUM <Act No. 15350, Jan. 16, 2018>
This Act shall enter into force six months after the date of its promulgation.
ADDENDUM <Act No. 17280, May 19, 2020>
This Act shall enter into force on the date of its promulgation.