eOasis is Rajah & Tann Asia’s legal publications portal, where you can view updates on the latest key legal and regulatory developments in Asia, prepared from a practitioner's viewpoint.
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The Minister of Public Works and Housing issued a new regulation which regulates, among others, the marketing of property and execution of a preliminary sale and purchase agreement (Perjanjian Pendahuluan Jual Beli) between the potential buyer and the developer ("Regulation"). The Regulation repealed the two previous regulations on sale and purchase of apartments and houses, which are deemed by many to be ineffective in regulating sale and purchase of apartments and houses in Indonesia and balancing the interests of both the buyer and the developer.22 Aug 2019 | Indonesia
This year marked another step in Indonesia's move towards a new era of corporate governance reform as the Indonesian government issued the Ministry of Law and Human Rights Regulation No. 15 of 2019 ("Ministry Regulation") on disclosure of ultimate beneficial ownership. The Ministry Regulation is the implementing regulation of Presidential Regulation No. 13 of 2018 on the same subject ("Presidential Regulation"). The Presidential Regulation and the Ministry Regulation require all companies to disclose their ultimate beneficial ownership.19 Aug 2019 | Indonesia
In June 2019, the Ministry of Agrarian and Spatial Planning/Head of the National Land Agency (BPN) introduces Regulation No. 9 of 2019 on electronically integrated land mortgage (hak tanggungan) service ("e-Mortgage"). It is hoped that the issuance of Regulation No. 9/2019 will expedite physical land service process and improve its transparency and efficiency.19 Aug 2019 | Indonesia
This Update summarises some of the key legal developments in Indonesia, highlighting their features and intended impact to the legal ecosystem. These include the introduction of a new listing board in the Indonesia Stock Exchange, the enactment of a regulation on electronic regulation, and the tax incentives for electronic vehicle.19 Aug 2019 | Indonesia evidence to mount a new argument for the purposes of a substantive appeal. Importantly, the Court set out the analysis which it would apply when considering the admission of new evidence on appeal, demonstrating the application of such assessment in the context of winding-up proceedings as the first instance hearing. The applicants were successfully represented before the Court of Appeal by Lee Eng Beng S.C. and Chew Xiang of Rajah & Tann Singapore LLP. 13 Aug 2019 | Singapore