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The Effectivity of Indonesian Regulations and Corruption Courts Decision Based On Deterrent Effect

THE EFFECTIVITY OF INDONESIAN REGULATION
AND CORRUPTION COURTS DECISION
REVIEWED BASED ON DETERRENT EFFECT FOR
(SOMEONE WHO IS INTEND TO BE AND) CORRUPTORS IN INDONESIA

 

By: Rima Gravianty Baskoro, S.H.
Managing Partner at Rima Baskoro & Partners Law Office

On June 2017, has been decided the corruption case done by the former Indonesian Minister of Health, Siti Fadilah Supari. Such decision stated by the Corruption Court Judges at Jakarta on friday 16 june 2017 which basically stated that Siti Fadilah Supari proven guilty by abusing control in the providing of the medical equipment in 2005. For her actions , Siti Fadilah Supari being sentenced for 4 (four) years in prison and pay the penalty rp 200.000.000 (two hundred million rupiah) or replacement 2 (two) months confinement. Siti Fadilah Supari is….

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Perjanjian Pisah Harta Setelah Dilangsungkannya Perkawinan

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Rima Gravianty Baskoro, S.H.

Managing Partner di Rima Baskoro & Partners Law Office

 

Perkawinan adalah peristiwa hukum, dimana seorang laki-laki dan perempuan melangsungkan perjanjian untuk hidup bersama sesuai ketentuan agama dan hukum yang berlaku di Indonesia. Sebelum seseorang terikat dalam pernikahan, segala harta benda dan hutang yang dihasilkan merupakan harta bawaan. Setelah seseorang terikat dalam pernikahan, maka segala harta benda dan hutang yang dihasilkan setelah menikah menjadi milik bersama sebagaimana diatur dalam ketentuan Pasal 35 UU No. 1 tahun 1974 tentang Perkawinan.

Dengan kata lain, jika ada hutang yang terjadi pada saat setelah perkawinan dilangsungkan maka merupakan tanggung jawab suami istri secara bersama-sama. Jika yang berhutang adalah…

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Ms. Rima Baskoro, S.H. with Prof Yahya Harahap

Prof. Yahya Harahap is the former vice chairman of Supreme Court of Republic of Indonesia. He is also an expert with regards Civil & Criminal Law. He was a judge and started from 1982 until 2000 was a judge in Supreme Court in Republic of Indonesia, with last position as the Chief of Criminality Division.

Our Managing Partner Ms. Rima Baskoro, S.H. with Prof. Yahya Harahap.

Our Managing Partner Ms. Rima Baskoro, S.H. with Prof. Yahya Harahap.

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Perjanjian Pisah Harta, Bukan Soal Perceraian Semata

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sumber :  http://balgamagz.com/web/post/perjanjian-pisah-harta-bukan-soal-perceraian-semata.html

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Community Property Separation on Mix Marriage According to Indonesian Law

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Written by: Rima Gravianty Baskoro, S.H.

Managing Partner of Rima Baskoro & Partners Law Office

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Mix marriage (different nationality) is not a new diction in society, especially in Indonesia. The law even has adapting and regulating the mix marriage since a long time ago. In Indonesia, one of the regulation regarding mix marriage (different nationality) is regulated in Indonesian Law Number 1 year 1974 regarding Marriage (Marital Law), especially in article 57, which stated as follows:

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RBP memberikan penjelasan singkat terkait Hukum Waris Islam dan Hukum Perkawinan Islam dalam acara Halal Bihalal keluarga Sutaatmadja

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Rima Gravianty Baskoro, S.H. (kiri) sedang memberikan penjelasan singkat mengenai Hukum Waris Islam dan Hukum Perkawinan Islam.

The importance of Roles and Duties of An Indonesian Directors in A Foreign Investment Company

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Written by Kiki Setiawan, S.H., LL.M.
Partner of Corporate and Commercial Division at Rima Baskoro & Partners

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Roles and Duties of Board of Directors

The Indonesian Company Law, as regulated in Law Number 40 of 2007 regarding limited liability company, generally provides roles and duties of Board of Directors in a limited liability company. The main responsibility of board of directors to undertake the management of the company for the interest of the company and in accordance with the company’s purposes and objectives.

As a care taker of the company, board of directors is mandated to represent the company inside or outside the courts of justice. In a particular case, board of directors is not authorized to represent the company if: i) there is a case before the courts between the company and the member of board of directors concerned; or ii) the member of the board of directors concerned has a conflict of interests with the company.

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The Illegal Entering of Foreign Citizens Into The Territory of Republic of Indonesia Without Imigration Process in The Event of Lion Air JT161 Aircraft Disembarkation at Domestic Arrival Terminal of Soekarno Hatta International Airport

Written by: Rima Gravianty Baskoro, S.H.

Managing Partner of Rima Baskoro & Partners Law Office

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On May, 10th 2016, Lion Air JT161 Aircraft route Singapore – Jakarta has landed in R51 (as known as remote parking area 51) Soekarno Hatta International Airport, in which after such disembarkation there are foreign citizens that entering the territory of Republic of Indonesia without any immigration process at Soekarno Hatta International Airport. Regarding such event, there are many versions of news in mass media. Some of them stated that the Lion Air JT161 Aircraft has landed in the wrong area, in which in domestic terminal, as a matter of facts such aircraft came from Singapore to Jakarta (international route). Some of them also stated that the entry of foreigners to Indonesia without immigrations checking is because of the Lion Air bus driver drove JT161 passengers into the wrong way, in which after the landing of JT161 passengers shall drive to International arrival terminal at Soekarno Hatta International Airport. Instead the Lion Air bus driver drove JT 161 passengers to domestic arrival terminal at Soekarno Hatta International Airport. Another version of this event is the officer of Soekarno Hatta International Airport Aviation Security aware of such procedural error and took action by directing the passengers to go back to the bus so they can go to international arrival terminal and through the immigrations checking.

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Entrapment and Involvement of Foreign Citizens on Drugs Smuggling Cases in Indonesia

Written by : Rima Gravianty Baskoro, S.H.

Managing Partner of Rima Baskoro & Partners Law Office

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Many times we watched the news in mass media about drugs smuggling from other country to Indonesia (import) or from Indonesia to other  country (export)  conducted by foreign citizen(s). In Indonesia, drugs crime regulated in the Law of Republic of Indonesia number 35 year 2009 regarding Narcotics (“Narcotics Law”), in which its maximum punishment is death penalty.

Based on our experience in the field, some foreigners who caught smuggling the narcotics admitted that he/she was set up by a group of people. The entrapping was very structured , systematic and professional because carried out by a syndicate international narcotics trafficking, so that foreigners are not realize that the narcotics have been slid in his goods. The type of narcotics that  usually smuggled  is metamphetamine,  with  various weights. Foreigners often said that they were not aware that there are narcotics in their bag. They even just knew that there are narcotics in their bag after the customs officer at the airport check their bag.

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Property Ownership by Expatriate After Government Regulation Number 103 Year 2015 was published

Written by : Rima Gravianty Baskoro, S.H.

Managing Partner of Rima Baskoro & Partners Law Office

 

On December 28, 2015, Ministry of Law and Human Rights of Republic of Indonesia published a new regulation regarding property ownership by Expatriate in Indonesia. The regulation is Government Regulation Number 103 Year 2015 regarding Ownership of House or Residence by Expatriate Residing in Indonesia (“Government Reg. No. 103/2015”), which replaces the Government Regulation Number 41 Year 1996 regarding Ownership of House or Residence by Expatriate Residing in Indonesia (“Government Reg. No. 41/1996”)

As a matter of fact, property ownership by Expatriate in Indonesia has been regulated in Chapter IV, Article 41 – 43, Indonesian Law Number 5 year 1960 regarding  Agrarian Principle Rules and on Government Reg. No. 41/1996, therefore the property ownership by Expatriate is not something new in Indonesia. But Government Reg. No. 10/2015 regulating more detail about the terms and conditions of property ownership by Expatriate, including the property heritage and legal consequences of such property in mix marriage (different nationality). Here will be explained about the legal way for Expatriate to own property in Indonesia with Right to Use (Hak Pakai), together with its regulation, legal consequences and legal Title of such property owned by Expatriate.

A. How Could A Expatriate Owned Property in Indonesia?

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