In recent years, a corporate form of social enterprises has become increasingly prevalent and been widely embraced in Taiwan. However, due to the lack of a sound regulatory framework, a corporate form of social enterprises in Taiwan still faces a number of questions and challenges under the current company law. Recognizing the difference between a corporate form of social enterprises and the traditional corporation, the British government has enacted legislation creating a specialized corporate form for social enterprises and establishing a special legal framework for social enterprises. Since the U.K. experiences provide lessons for how the Taiwan’s government should regulate the corporate form of social enterprises, this article will explore the regulations of a corporate form of social enterprises in the U.K. and its practices. Then, it will analyze the current regulation of a corporate form for social enterprises in Taiwan and will offer suggestions for improving its regulatory design.