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Mixed-Marriage in Indonesia

Thursday, 03 September 2009
Written by Asep Wijaya
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Definition While previous regulations defined "mixed marriage" as marriage between people in Indonesia subject to different laws", under the Marriage Law, a "mixed marriage" is defined as "marriage between two people in Indonesia subject to different laws as result of difference in citizenship and one of the parties is an Indonesian citizen". (Article 57, the Marriage Law). Divorce: Grounds for Divorce One of the means to dissolve a marriage is by divorce. Divorce may only be effected based on "sufficient…

Prenuptial Agreement in Indonesia

Thursday, 03 September 2009
Written by Asep Wijaya
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A Guide to Incorporate a Prenuptial Agreement in Indonesia Most people think of marriage as the ultimate emotional and spiritual bond. They are looking to a life of happiness. However, when faced with negotiating a premarital agreement, they realize that not only do they have to decide what will happen to them when they divorce or die, but thay they also have to negotiate these issues with their fiance(e). It's just not what people are thinking about when they are…

The Validity of Marriage

Thursday, 03 September 2009
Written by Asep Wijaya
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The law on validity of marriage is governed by the 1974 Marriage Law and its implementation rules. Indonesian law has no provision for no-religious civil marriages. The mixed-marriage coupes needs to pay attention to the legal issues. If something happen down the line, lack of legal requirements in your marriage will put you into unfavorable conditions. No law recognition to your marriage, will be considered no marriage at all. It will take effect to your divorce, division of marriage property,…

Children Born Out of Wedlock

Thursday, 03 September 2009
Written by Asep Wijaya
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Children born outside of marriage are declared as illegitimate on their birth certificates under Indonesia's 1974 Marriage Law. In Indonesian, the term illegitimate is known as ''Anak Luar Kawin'' referring to the child born outside the marriage of the two parents. As such, these children do not have any legal claim against their biological fathers, as the identity of the father is not noted on the birth certificate. This article will hopefully be useful for parents who are experiencing legal…

Incorporation of Foreign Company Investment (PMA Company) in Indonesia

Thursday, 03 September 2009
Written by Asep Wijaya
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Business activities in Indonesian may be carried-out in the form of a sole proprietorship, a general or limited partnership or one of a various number of corporations. However foriegn capital investment (so called "PMA Company") in Indonesia may only conducted in form of a limited liability company, being established and existed under the Indonesian laws and havin its legal domicile within the Indonesian territory. The limited liability company (Perseroan Terbatas, so called "PT") is the most ideal vehicle for direct…

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