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How to Draft Conditional Sale and Purchase Agreement of House in Indonesia

If you are looking to buy a house in Indonesia, you need to familiarise yourself with what is called a sale and purchase agreement. Because of the rapid population growth and increased demand of housing and real estate, the sale and purchase of property is conducted via the form of reservation even when the house …

What to Know about the Roles of a Director in an Indonesian Company

There has never been a better time for setting up a company in Indonesia. It is a statement that has held true over the years and will still remain legit now and in the future. Indonesia is one of the important business hubs in Southeast Asia and it has now transformed itself into one of …

Getting a Divorce Legally in Indonesia: Your Guide

Getting married is the dream of many people. However, relationships may be complicated, and marriage cannot be a guarantee that your relationship with your partner will always work out the way you want it to. There will be times when your marriage is in question or does not work out anymore, and you want to …

The Pros and Cons of Customer Service Outsourcing in Indonesia

Outsourcing your customer service to a competent service provider can help you keep up with your customers’ expectations. You are building your business empire and setting the best goals for your company in Indonesia. One of the most important things you need to fulfill is to have an efficient customer service in place that satisfies …

Postnuptial Agreement and Mixed Marriage in Indonesia

When talking about mixed marriage in Indonesia, there are plenty of things to learn and understand. For example, if an Indonesian citizen marries a foreign citizen, the Indonesian counterpart may lose their right to hold a Freehold Title (SHM) of a piece of land since their foreign counterpart does not have the right to hold …

Due Diligence to Conduct before Buying Land in Bali

Before jumping into buying a piece of land in Bali, or anywhere else in Indonesia for that matter, you must conduct land due diligence to at least determine that the land seller is the legal owner and has the sole selling rights. We tell you why. Bali has long been a desirable destination for many …

Various Types of M&A Due Diligence in Indonesia: Which One do You Need?

If you are thinking of entering a contract with a new partner, or are considering a merger in Indonesia, doing your share of homework such as engaging in due diligence will provide you with the confidence and knowledge that you need to get the most out of the deal. Due diligence is an important part …

The Importance of Legal Advice for Startups Expanding to Indonesia

Many startups expanding to Indonesia make the mistake of establishing a company without getting professional legal advice. They usually overlook the importance of legal compliance as once they have a great idea, they are busy focusing on getting their products or services out into the market the soonest possible. We agree that products or services …

Pay Attention to These 7 Aspects when Preparing a Commercial Contract in Indonesia

As a business owner, you should know that business deals in Indonesia cannot be based simply on a promise or a simple handshake. If you run your business solely on verbal trust, you are leading your business to unwanted danger. A thorough and well-written commercial contract is undoubtedly necessary in Indonesia to protect your business …