PAL Quick Guide to Foreign Individual Direct Ownership of an Apartment 190503
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Quick Guide to Foreign Individual Direct Ownership of a Landed House in Indonesia 

Quick Guide to Foreign Individual Direct Ownership of an Apartment in Indonesia 

Quick Guide to Property Ownership by a Foreign Investment Company (PT PMA) in Indonesia

A foreign individual who is a resident in Indonesia can directly own a residential home under Hak Pakai (Usage Rights) title. The Hak Pakai (Usage Rights) property can be either a landed house or an apartment. In this guide we will focus on foreign ownership of a landed house under Hak Pakai (Usage Rights) title.read more

A foreign individual who is a resident in Indonesia can directly own a residential home under Hak Pakai (Usage Rights) title. The Hak Pakai (Usage Rights) property can be either a landed house or an apartment. In this guide we will focus on the ownership of a residential apartment under Hak Pakai atas Satuan Rumah Susun (Usage Rights on Apartment Unit). read more

By using a foreign corporate ownership model, a foreigner owns shares in a limited liability company that has been approved for foreign investment, what is referred to as a PT PMA. Then, the PT PMA company, not the individual shareholder, owns the property title. Thus, the foreigner owns the company, and the company owns the property. …read more

PAL Quick Guide to Postnuptial Agreements
PAL Quick Guide to Prenuptial Agreements
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Quick Guide to Prenuptial Agreements for an Indonesian and Foreigner Couple 

Quick Guide to Postnuptial Agreements for an Indonesian and Foreigner Couple 

Quick Guide for Foreign Investors Establishing a Business in Indonesia

A prenuptial agreement is made prior to a couple getting married. It is an agreement to keep prior ownership of certain assets separate during the marriage. The prenuptial agreement can also keep the ownership of new property separate during the marriage so that there is no new joint ownership of communal assets. …read more

A postnuptial agreement is made after a couple has been married. It is a way to expressly state that the Indonesian spouse maintains the right to own certain shares and property, and to separate property ownership. In 2015, the Constitutional Court ruled that postnuptial agreements are valid. …read more

A foreign investor who wants to own a business in Indonesia must establish a foreign investment limited liability company. This is referred to as a PT PMA (Perseroan Terbatas Penanaman 
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