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Lost Baggage and It’s Regulation in Indonesian Law

Lost Baggage and It’s Regulation in Indonesian Law

Lost baggage is not a new problem in Indonesia. The common thing we do when we find out our baggage is missing is to file a report to the airline. If you are lucky, the baggage will be returned, even though it requires an uncertain time, as the process can be fast or slow depending on the case....

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Enforcement of Environmental Law in Indonesia

Enforcement of Environmental Law in Indonesia

Introduction Legal protection for the environment in Indonesia is begun several years after the Indonesian independence, however, its legislation was scattered. Since 1982, in general, the legal protection of the environment in Indonesia has been formally established with the enactment of Law No....

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Is A Foreign Advocate Allowed To Practice In Indonesia?

Is A Foreign Advocate Allowed To Practice In Indonesia?

In today's global era, national borders seem to be non-existent. Someone from one country can easily work in another country. The type of work also varies, ranging from directors, teachers, cooks, to advocates. In this article, we will discuss specifically the regulation for employing foreign...

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The Shifting Definition of Corruption Offenses

The Shifting Definition of Corruption Offenses

The Shifting Definition of Corruption Offenses In the beginning, the definition of corruption offense is regulated under Law No. 31 of 1999 as amended by Law No. 20 of 2001 concerning Eradication of Corruption ("Anti-Corruption Law"), Article 2 paragraph (1) which states: "Any person who...

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Closer Look at Lion Air JT-610 Tragedy from Legal Perspective

Closer Look at Lion Air JT-610 Tragedy from Legal Perspective

A Closer Look at Lion Air JT-610 Tragedy from a Legal Perspective Concern over the tragedy of Lion Air JT-610 which fell on 29 October 2018 and deep sympathy from every component of the nation may be a source of consolation and strength for the families left behind. We continuously pray and hope...

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Defamation, When Can You Complain?

Defamation, When Can You Complain?

Since the enactment of Law Number 11 Year 2008 on Electronic Information and Transactions as amended by Law Number 19 Year 2018 on Amendment to Law Number 11 Year 2008 on Electronic Information and Transactions (“ITE Law”) many incoming complaints and reports to the Police are using ITE Law....

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Legal Right of Suspect – Miranda Rules

Legal Right of Suspect – Miranda Rules

For those of you who enjoy Hollywood big-screen films, you must be familiar with the scene of arresting criminals by the police; the police often say the following: “You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can be used against you in court. You have the right to talk to a lawyer for...

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IATA Aviation Liability Reporter 2019

IATA Aviation Liability Reporter 2019

legal developments relevant to aviation legal liability, both the interpretation in Indonesian jurisdiction of the international aviation liability conventions and domestic aviation litigation Lately, the community, especially the legal heirs, has understood more about the rights and obligations...

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The Shifting Definition of Corruption Offenses

Cutting the “Vein” of Corruption

Corruption is usually committed by a person who occupies a certain position and is intellectually capable to execute their intention, but first and foremost, money or asset is the “vein” that drives a person to commit it. Money, as the “vein”, streams blood in order to activate corruption; without...

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The Shifting Definition of Corruption Offenses

Corruption: The Investment Enemy

In his second term as the President, President Jokowi will certainly boost investment as widely as possible in Indonesia. As a result, each of the relevant ministries and state institutions, particularly the Investment Coordinating Board (“BKPM”) is required to act in an innovative and creative...

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