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Indonesian Business Law
Prof. Mr. Dr. Sudargo Gautama, S.H.


 

No. ISBN 979-414-715-X
Halaman 840 hlm.
Tahun III/2006
Harga Rp 117.600,-
Buku Indonesian Business Law ini membahas berbagai aspek hukum bisnis di Indonesia dengan ruang lingkup yang cukup luas, termasuk di dalamnya terdapat pembahasan khusus tentang Perseroan Terbatas dan hukum tentang Hak Milik Intelektual. Buku Indonesian Business Law ini kiranya dapat memberikan wawasan pengetahuan tentang apa dan bagaimana hukum bisnis Indonesia bagi pembaca. Pembahasan yang terdapat di dalamnya di antaranya tentang pluralisme hukum Indonesia, konflik hukum, hukum kontrak, hukum agraria, dasar hukum agraria, hak milik atas tanah, hak guna usaha, hak guna bangunan, hak pakai. Juga, dibahas tentang organisasi bisnis seperti maatschap, firma, CV, PT, dan Undang-Undang PT No. 1 Tahun 1995, tentang perusahaan negara, penanaman modal asing dan dibahas pula pembahasan tentang arbitrase. Dengan demikian, buku ini sangat bermanfaat bagi pembaca yang ingin mengetahui secara luas hukum bisnis di Indonesia.
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nPREFACE
TABLE OF CONTENS
INTRODUCTION

PREFACE 1ST EDITION
PREFACE 2ND EDITION
PREFACE 3RD EDITION
Pluralism of Indonesian Law
Basis for Legal Pluralism
The Law in Force for Each Group
The Private Law for the European Group
The Codes: Civil and Commercial Code
Government Regulation 1945 No. 2
Supreme Court Circular Letter 1963
The New Order Approach
New Ground for Divorce: One Uniform Ground for All Population Groups
Simplifield Divorce Procedure
CONFLICT OF LAW
Primary Factors Causing Interpersonal Law Problems
-Different Population Groups
-Status of Land
-Voluntary Submission to Another Private Law
-Forum of a Law-Suit
The Declining Signifiance of Interpersonal Law and The Increasing Importance of Private International Law
Secondary Points of Contract
Contract Law
Contract
Intention of The Parties
Expressly or Implicite
Form and Content of The Contract
New Case Law
Intention of The Recognised in Written Regulations
Case Law Establishes The Determinant Factors
Old Case Law Less Satisfactory
Case Law Examples
CONTRACT LAW
Prinsiples of Adat Law
The Scheme of Adat Contract Law
-Non-Consensual Nature of Adat Agreement
-Kinds of Adat Contracts
Adat Law Not suitable for International Commercial Transaction
"Obligations" Contracts Under The Civil Code
Elements of Contract
-Consent
-Capacity
-Subject Certain
-Lawful Purpose
When is a Contract Created?
Formalities
Performance
Stipulations for Third Persons
Assigment (Cession)
Default
-Specific Performance
-Damages
-Dissolution
Assigment of Risk
Termination
Types of Contracts in General
Conditional Contracts
Special Contracts
Sales
Agency
-The Mandate
-Right and Duties of Mandatary
-Obligations of the Principal
-Termination
Commercial Mandates
-Commercial Agent Generally
-Brokers
-Commission Merchant
-Hire Purchase Contract
-Contract of Instalment Purchase
-Contract of Lease
-Surety Contract (Guarantee)
LAND LAW
PART I LEGAL HISTORY
The Agrarian Act of 1870
-The Erfpacht Regulations
-The Land Lesae Ordinance
-The Domein Declaration
Dualism
Right in Indonesian Land
-Hak Ulayat (Beschikkingsrecht)
-Hak Milik (Bezitsrecht)
-Agrarische Eigendom
-Other Rights in Indonesian Land
Rights in European Land
PART II PRINCIPLES OF THE BASISC AGRARIAN LAW
The Basic Agrarian Law 1960
-Explicit Revocation of Old Law
-Implicit Recocation Of Old Law
-Other Old Regulations Implicitly Revoked
-Unification of Law: New Land Rights Based on Adat Law
-Immediate Consequences of Unification
-The Adat Law now in Force is Not The Original Adat Law
-Adat Law Must Be Moulded and Shaped to Conform to BAL Principles
-Adat Must Not Be Contrary to The National Interest of The State Based on National Unity
-Adat Law Must Not Be Contrary to Indonesian Socialism
-Agrarian Law and Religious Law
-Other Basic Principles of BAL
-The Idealistic Character of BAL
-BAL Contains Only General Principles; Implementing Regulations Anticipated
-Guidelines From Minister of Agrarian Affairs, (Now National Administering Body, Badan Pertahanan Nasional)
PART III RIGHT OF OWNERSHIP (HAK MILIK)
The Meaning of Right of Ownership
The Subject
Limitation on Land Area Which May Be Possessed Through Right of Ownership
Creation of Right of Ownership
Right of Ownership as The Source of Other Rights on Land
Transfer of Right of Ownership
Sale of Land With Ownership Right: The Meaning of "Buying and Selling"
Procedure for Buying and Selling the Right of Ownership
Consent to Transfer a Title
Registration of The Transfer of Title by The Head of The Land Registry Office
Fees
Transfer of Right of Ownership Based on Auction of Land
Transfer of Right of Ownership Based on Exchange or Presentation as a Gift
Article 26 Paragraph 2 of the BAL
Landreform Regulation Regarding Agricultural Land
Procedure For The Release of Title
Transfer of Right of Ownership Based on Intestate Succession
Acquiring Right of Ownership Based on Joint Property in Marriage
Land With Ownership Right as Security for a Debt
PART IV RIGHT TO CULTIVATE (HAK GUNA USAHA)
The Meaning of Right to Cultivate (Or of Exploitation)
Use for Plantations and Farming
Limitations on The Right to Cultivate (Or Of Exploitation)
Persons Qualifield to Hold The Right of Exploitation (Right to Cultivate)
Creation of Right of Exploitation (Right to Cultivate)
Transfer of Right of Exploitation (Right to Cultivate)
Land With Right of Exploitation as Security for a Debt
Termination of Right of Exploitation (Right to Cultivate)
PART V RIGTH OF BUILDING (HAK GUNA BANGUNAN)
The Meaning of Right of Building
Duration of Validity
Land Possessed With Right of Building
The Subject
Creation of Right of Building
Tranfer of Right of Building
Land With Right of Building as Debt Security
Termination of Right of Building
PART VI RIGHT OF USE
The Meaning of The Right of Use
Duration of Validity
Areal Limitation of Land Possessed With Right or Use
The Subject
Creation of Right of Use
Transfer of Right of Use
Land With Right of Use Security of use as Security for a Debt
Abolishment of Right of Use
BUSINESS ORGANISATIONS
PART I PARTNERSHIPS
Introductions
-Maatschap
*Definition
*Formation and nature
*Liability of the partners to each other and to third parties
*distribution of profits and lossed
*Transfer of partnership interest
*Dissolution and winding-up
*Model agreement
-The Firma
*Definition and nature
*formation
*registration
*The property of the Firma
*Legal relations between partners
*Relation to thir parties
*New partners
*Dissolution and winding-up
-The Commanditaire Vennotschap (C.V.) or Limited Partnership
*Definition and nature
*formation of the C.V.
*Legal Status of the C.V.
*Difference between active and silent partners
*Relations with third parties
*Model agreement
PART II A. THE LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY, OR PERSEROAN TERBATAS (P.T.)
The Term "P.T."
Incorporation
-Articles of Incorporation
-Name of The Company
-Founders
-Approval by The Minister of Justice
-Registration and Announcement
-Liability of The Company Prior to Registration and Publication
-Liability of Directors and Shareholders Prior to Registration and Publication
-Amendements (Procedure)
-Legal Entity
Capital and Shares
-Authirized, Issued, and Paid-up Capital
-Share, Types of Shares
-Liability of Shareholders
-Methods og Obtaining Shares
-Transfer of Shares
-Rights of Shareholders
The Organization
-The General Meeting of Shareholders (Rapat Umum Pemegang Saham)
-The Director (Direktur) or Board of Directors (Dewan Direksi)
-The Board of Supervisors (Dewan Komisaris)
Distribution of Profits
Dissolution and Liquidation
PART III B. SOME ADDITIONAL REMARKS ON NEW LAW ON LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES (UNDANG-UNDANG PERSEROAN TERBATAS) 1995 NO. 1
Transitory Provisions
End of Old Commercial Code Provisions
Result of Globalisation Process
New Aspects of The UU-PT 1995
Other Differences Between The Old and New PT Law
Liability of Directors
Buying Back Own Shares
Decrease of Capital
Register of Shareholders
Shares Indivisible
Classification of Shares
Transfer of Shares
Pledge of Shares
Share is a Movable
Standard Akuntansi Keuangan
Merger, Consolidation and Acquisition
Implementing Regulations Still Required
PART IV STATE ENTERPRISES
Historical Background
The Pre-1960 Period
The Perusahaan Negara Under Law No. 19 of 1960
State Enterprises Under Law No. 9 of 1969
-The Perjan
-The Perum
-The Persero
PART V. COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES
Organization and Nature
Model Agreement
FOREIN CAPITAL INVESTMENT
Restriction on Foreign Investment
Foreign Investment Procedure
Resume
Procedure to Obtain Foreign Investment Permit
Annex I. Investment Application Under The Foreign Investment Law
Annex II. Joint Venture Agreement
Annex III. Draft Articles of Association
ARBITRATION
Introduction
-Law on Arbitration
-Practice of Arbitration
*Indonesian or international law
*Arbitration concerning compensation around
*Arbitration between the foreign investor and another company
-Bibliography
Arbitration Agreement
-Form and Contens of The Agreement
-Parties to The Agreement
-Domain of Arbitration
-Sepability of Arbitral Clause
-Effect of The Agreement
Arbitrators
-Qualifications
-Challenge of Arbitrators
-Number of Arbitrators
-Appointment of Arbitrators
-Liability of Arbitrators
Arbitral Procedure
-Place of Arbitration
-Proceedings in General
-Evidence
-Experts
-Interim Measures of Protection
-Representations and Legal Assistance
-Default
Awards
-Type of Award
-Form of The Award
-Pleas As To The Arbitrator's Jurisdiction
-Applicable Law
-Settlement
-Correction and Interpretation of The Award
-Additional Award
-Fees and Costs
-Delivery of The Award and Registration
-Enforcement of The Award
-Publication of The Award
Means of Recourse
-Appeal From Arbitral Award
-Remedies Against Leave For Enforcement
-Setting Aside of The Arbitral Award (Annulment of The Award)
-Competence of Arbitrators
-Other Means of Recourse
Arbitral Awards
-Multilateral Conventions
-No Treaty or Conventions
Implementory Regulation
-Rules of Public Policy
Annex I Code of Civil Procedure Third Book, Title 1, Decisions of Arbitrators
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE
-Subject Matter
-Amount Involved
-Parties
-Representation of Parties
-Trial Procedure
-Appeal
-Special Courts
-General Rules on Expenses Connected With Legal Actions
-College for Fiscal Affairs
-Counsil of Foreign Labour
-Committee for The Settlement of Labor Disputes
Recognition of Foreign Judgment
-Whose Judgments are Enforceable
-Formal Requirements: Language, Authentication, Transmission
-How Enforced; Entry of Foreign Judgment
Writs of Execution
-Which Courts Have Power to Issue Writs of Execution
-Execution Procedure
-Regulations Against Personality, Real Property, Income anda Other Assets
-Exemption From Execution
TRADERS AND NON-TRADERS
Definition of Traders
Special Commercial TribunalsRequirement of Keeping Certain Books of Accounting
Registration
Other Requirements
Prinileges and Obligations of Traders
BANKRUPTCY AND ATTACHMENT, LINES, ASSIGNMENTS AND ATATUTE OF LIMITATIONS
Distinction Between Bankruptcy and Composition
Who May be Subject to Bankruptcy and Composition
Court's Jurisdiction
Petitions for Bankruptcy or Composition
Procedural Steps in Bankruptcy
Presentation of Creditor's Claim
Foreign Persons or Corporations; Foreign Assignees' Rights in Bankruptcy; Recognition of Foreign Bankruptcy
Administration of Bankrupt Estate
Bankruptcy Ordinance
Classed of Creditors
Composition Procedures
Penal Sanctions in Connection With Bankruptcy and Composition
Surviving Legal Obligations After Bankruptcy and Composition
Attachment
-Property Attachment
-Types of Claim Which are Basis of Attachment
-Attachment Procedure; Courts in Which Attachment May Be Made
-Attachments By Foreign Claimants
-Judical Administration of Attachment Property
Garnishment
-Which Court Has jurisdiction
-What is Excluded From Garnishment
-Termination
Liens
-Earmarking of Property by Consent
-Lien Imposed By Court Action
-Seller's Lien
-Preferred Liens
-Termination
Assignments
-Deed of Assignment
-Notice to Obligator to Obtain Rights Against Third Parties
-Payment by Obligator and Recourse
-Assignments to Joint Owner or Creditor in Satisfaction of Debt
Statutes of Limitations
-Period; When Statutes of Limitation Do Not Apply
-Acts Suspending or Tolling the Running of Status of Limitations
SECURITY ARRANGEMENTS
PART I SECURITIES ACCORDING TO EUROPEAN LAW
Hypothec
-The Nature of Hypothec
-Creation of Hypothec
-Priority of Hypothec
-Speciality Clauses in Hypothec
-Termination of The Hypothec
-Enforcement of Hypothec
Pledge
Fiduciary Transfer of Ownership
Assignment Agreements and Endorsement
Purchase With The Right of Repurchae
Conditional Sale
Irrevocable Power of Attorney to Sell
Personal Guarantee
Control Over Production
Postdated Cheques As Security
PART II SECURITIES ACCORDING TO ADAT LAW
Lan Pledging
Purchase With The Right of Repurchase
Pledging of Land as Security
PART. III SECURITY ARRANGEMENTS ACCORDING TO INTERPERSONAL LAW
Fiduciary Transfer of Ownership
Fiduciary Transfer in Interpersonal Law
Security For Credit Arrangements (Credietverband)
-Availibility of Credietverband
-Nature of Credietverband
-Property Which Can Be The Subject of Credietverband
-Qualification of Adat Rights By European Law
-The Bankruptcy of The Debtor
-Other Stipulations
Credit With Security on Crops
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW
PART. I TRADEMARK LAW
Constitutive Verseus Declarative System
Other Differences Between The Old and New TML
Who May Apply to Register?
What is Trademark
Registrable and non-Registrable Trademarks
Similarity With Previously Registered Marks
What Cannot be Registered as Marks
Priority Rights
Licensing of Marks
Extension of Registration Period
Change of Name and Address
Assignment of Trademark Right
Goodwill is Legally Recognized
Detection and Annulment of Mark Registrations
Collective Marks
Claim for Damages
Mark Management
Investigation
Penal Sanctions
Transitional Provisions
Concluding Provisions
PART II PATENT LAW
Requirement for a Patent Granting
Non-Patentability
Prior Inventor
Exceptions to Patent Implementation and Infringement
Filling Date of Priority Right Patent Application
Filling
Safeguar of The Patent Application
Temporary Patent Application
Administrative Examination
Amendments to Patent Application
Patent Examinations
Substantive Examinations
Patent Examiners
Grant of Patent
Rejection
Appeals
Licensing
Compulsory Licensing by a Third Party
Cancellation of Patent
Cancellation of Patent Upon a Claim
Legal Consequences of Patent Cancellation
Patent Implementation by The Government
Simple Patents
Civil Actions
Criminal Action
PART III COPYRIGHT
The Copyright Law of 1982
Amendment of The Copyright Law (1987)
general Remarks of The Copyright Law
Who are Protected
Who Owns The Copyright?
The Copyright Holder
Creations Protected by Copyright
Copyright to Creations of Unknown Creators
No Copyright
Copyright Restrictions
Written Contract of Transfer
Seizure of Copyright
Duration of The Protection
Expiry of Copyright
Announcement Registration
Good Faith
Criminal Remedies
International Concentions and Bilateral Treaties
Indonesia-U.S.Agreement on Copyright
Civil Remedies Against Infringing Goods