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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…

Divorce Advice from Divorce Lawyer in Jakarta, Indonesia

Thursday, 07 January 2010
Written by Asep Wijaya
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In Indonesia, every divorce lawyer will have to refer to the 1974 Marriage Law and its implementing rules for divorce and marital dissolution. A divorce petition must be filed at the local district court for Non-Moslems, and local Religious Court for Moslems. There are certain marital dissolution reasons according to 1974 Marriage Law and Islamic Law, they are: Marriage Law Pursuant to Marriage Law, a marriage may be terminated due to several reasons as follows: Death of either party Divorce…

What You Should Know about Last Will and Testament

Wednesday, 04 November 2009
Written by Asep Wijaya
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Will is the most common way for people to state their preferences about how their estates should be handled after their deaths. It is a legal document containing a statement of an individual’s wishes and intents to take effect following his/her death, and which can be revoked. Many people use their wills to express their deepest sentiments toward their loved ones. You can protect the people you love most, choose guardians for minor children, and make gifts to family, friends,…

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