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By Fahrul S. Yusuf
Merger Control Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Indonesia, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
By Fransiscus Rodyanto, Bima Danubrata Adhijoso
A recently published surveyor report (laporan surveryor) on Indonesian coal exports noted that as of March 2019, of 1,095 coal shipments...
By Denny Rahmansyah
Indonesian law is silent as to the warranties that should be given in a real estate sale transaction, by both the seller and the buyer.
Limited liability companies in Indonesia are being required to amend Article 3 of their Articles of Association (AoA) so their purpose
By Denny Rahmansyah, Farah Nabila
Indoensia's Electronic Information Law, Government Regulation 82 regarding the Implementation of Electronic Systems and Transactions
By Rusmaini Lenggogeni
The principal bodies and functions involved in the govern­ance and management of Indonesian companies under the Company Law are the General Meeting of Shareholders
By Fahrul S. Yusuf, Mohammad K. Bratawijaya
Indonesia acknowledges digital signatures or e-signatures as a valid signature, regulated by the Electronic Transaction Regulation.
By Dyah Soewito, Stephen Igor Warokka
The Indonesian Shipping Law (Law No. 17 of 2008) was further implemented by Minister of Transportation ("MOT") Regulation No. PM 71 of 2013 on Salvage and Underwater Works
By Joseph Hendrik
The Indonesian Supreme Court has introduced the e-Litigasi, or e-Litigation, application intended to make the court process in the country faster, simpler and less expensive.
By Ira Eddymurthy, Fahrul S. Yusuf
Depending on the sector in which the target company is engaged, any change of shareholding composition resulting from either a merger or acquisition must be approved or acknowledged
By Ira Eddymurthy, Revaldi N. Wirabuana
The most common option for an overseas company establishing a presence in Indonesia is to set up a limited liability company with foreign ownership (PT PMA).
The Minister of Manpower has issued a decree containing a positive list of those positions that are open to expatriate workers in Indonesia
By Denny Rahmansyah, Farah Nabila
Indonesia's Electronic Information Law, Government Regulation 82 regarding the Implementation of Electronic Systems and Transactions, and MOCI
By Denny Rahmansyah
Buyers normally engage local legal counsel to conduct real estate due diligence. The legal counsel will coordinate directly with the seller and, when necessary, the seller's Land Deed Official
By Fahrul S. Yusuf
There are laws in Indonesia that allow the establishment of a bipartite cooperation institution (LKS bipartite) and a labor union.
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