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Child Custody & Maintenance in Indonesia

Monday, 25 October 2010
Written by Asep Wijaya
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Custody and maintenance of children, like other family matters in Indonesia such as divorce, and inheritance; is governed by religious affiliation of the respective spouses. Some of you may find it absurd, but this relates to the belief that religion plays an important role in the family environment. Child Custody for Moslem The questions regarding who is entitled to custody or maintenance of children in the event of a divorce between a husband and wife who are Moslems, are subject…

Oil and Gas Business in Indonesia

Tuesday, 19 October 2010
Written by Asep Wijaya
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Oil and gas business activities in Indonesia are carried-out under two (2) types of activities i.e. upstream and downstream business activities. Upstream Business Activities Upstream business activities are the core business activities or based on activities which consist of exploration, and exploitation. Exploration is an activity aimed at obtaining information on the condition geology to find and obtain the estimated reserves of Oil and Natural Gas specified in the Work Area. Exploitation is a series of activities aimed to produce…

Joint Venture in Indonesia

Tuesday, 22 June 2010
Written by Asep Wijaya
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The precise origin of the legal concept of the joint venture (or joint “adventure,” as it sometimes is called) is not known. Some believe that the concept originated in the United States. Originally, the courts treated joint ventures simply as a special form of partnership, applying the law of partnership. But beginning in the late nineteenth century, the courts began to recognize the joint venture as a separate legal entity with qualities that distinguished it from a partnership. In a…

Foreign Divorce in Indonesia

Tuesday, 22 June 2010
Written by Asep Wijaya
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You and your spouse are foreigners. Both of you have been living in Indonesia for several years due to work commitments. Either your spouse works in Indonesia or being your dependent, both of you are residents of Indonesia. After all you have been through, you find the romance is no longer exists and you are seeking divorce as the ultimate solution. In any country, divorce is tough for everyone involved. Obtaining a divorce can be costly and expensive. It’s even…

Food Registration in Indonesia

Wednesday, 21 April 2010
Written by Asep Wijaya
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In July 2000, the Indonesian government began to implement the Consumer Protection Law of 1999 by requiring registration of imported food products. Importers must apply for a registration number from the Agency for Drug and Food Control (BPOM). All imported food products must be tested by BPOM. Fees for such testing range from Rp 50,000 ($6.00) to Rp 2.5 million ($300) per item, and between Rp 1 million ($120) to Rp 10 million ($1200) per product. Indonesia’s government also has…

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