Trademark Registration in Indonesia

  Trademark Registraion in Indonesia The sources of Trademark law in Indonesia are widely dispersed among a number of national laws and regulations, presidential decrees and ministerial decrees. The main sources of Trademark law in Indonesia are: Law Number 20 Year 2016 concerning Trademark and Geographical Indication (Law No. 20/2016); Ministry of Law and Human…

How to Establish International Non-Government Organization

  How to Establish International Non-Government Organization International Non-Government Organization in Indonesia are currently governed by Law 17 year 2013 (“Law 17/13”) regarding Civil Society Organizations as well Minister of Foreign Affair (“MoFA”) registration guidelines. Hereinafter, for ease of reference Civil Society Organizations is referred as an NGO.   Based on Law 37 year 1999…

Foreign Direct Investment Company

  Foreign Direct Investment Company As stipulated in Article 5 paragraph (2) of Law Number 25 Year 2007 concerning Investment (“Law No. 25/2007”), any business conducted by foreigner in Indonesia shall be in the form of company established under the law of Indonesia.  Furthermore, the form of company is classified as “FDI Company” or “PT…

Establishing a representative office

This overview briefly sets out the law and procedures relating to establishing a foreign representative office. The information contained herein is based upon our working experience with and understanding of relevant Indonesia Laws. As Indonesian laws is evolving rapidly, readers are advised to seek further information and legal advice when considering the establishment of a…

How to dissolve company in Indonesia

The general principle on dissolution of Limited Liability Company is stipulated under Article 143 paragraph (1) of Law No. 40 of 2007 regarding Limited Liability Company (hereinafter referred to as “Company Law”), which provides that the dissolution of company does not automatically erase the legal status of the company. The legal status would be lost…