Real Estate Law – Cultivation of Water Resources

Man sprinkling water on dry grassBackground

On 28 December 2015, the government of Republic of Indonesia (“GOI”) has issued the Government Regulation No. 121 of 2015 on the Cultivation of Water Resources (“PP No. 121/2015”) which was effective on the date when it was promulgated, namely 28 December 2015.

PP No. 121/2015 is the implementing regulation of the Article 11 of Law No. 11 of 1974 on the Watering (“Law No. 11/1974”) which states that the cultivation of water and/or water resources for the purpose of developing its benefit for public welfare is basically conducted by the government, both central and local government, therefore, any legal entities, social bodies, and/or individuals must obtain permission from the related government to conduct cultivation of water resources. The implementation of cultivation of water and/or water resources in the said article shall be further regulated by a government regulation.

As the PP No. 121/2015 requires any party who is willing to cultivate the water resources to obtain the license on the cultivation of water surface, the Minister of Public Works and Housing (“MPWH”) issued the Regulation of Minister of Public Works and Housing No. 01/PRT/M/2016 on the Procedures of Licensing on the Cultivation of Water Resources and Utilization of Water Resources (“Permen PUPERA No. 01/2016”). Permen PUPERA No. 01/2016 is intended to give information about the procedures of application and issuance of the license of cultivation of water resources.

General Provisions

Water resources (“Water Resources”) are water, water sources, and water power within it. Water is all water contained within, on, or under the ground, including sea water on the ground (“Water”). Water is divided into three types, as follows:

  1. Surface Water, all water on the ground surface;
  2. Groundwater, the water contained in the soil or rock layers below the ground surface; and
  3. Drinking Water, the water which through the processing or without processing to fulfill the requirements of standard of drinking water quality and can directly be drunk.

Scope of this regulation is the cultivation of Water Resources on the Surface Water and Groundwater which may be in the form of:

  1. business activity that requires water as the main raw material to produce a drinking water product; or
  2. business activity that requires water as the auxiliary material to support the production of a product other than drinking water.

Fulfillment of various needs of Water shall be conducted through the allocation of Water (“Allocation of Water”) based on the priority as follows:

  1. raw water for fulfillment of daily basic needs;
  2. raw water for fulfillment of daily basic needs obtained without permit;
  3. raw water for fulfillment of daily basic needs which its license has already been granted;
  4. raw water for irrigation of agricultural community within the existing irrigation system;
  5. water for irrigation of agricultural community which its license has already been granted;
  6. water for cultivation of raw water of system of drinking water supply which its permit has already been granted;
  7. water for non-business activity which its license has already been granted;
  8. water for the fulfillment of business needs of drinking water conducted by state owned business entity (Badan Usaha Milik Negara/ “BUMN”)/ regional owned business entity (Badan Usaha Milik Daerah/ “BUMD”) which its license has already been granted;
  9. water for the fulfillment of business needs other than drinking water conducted by BUMN/BUMD which its license has already been granted;
  10. water for the fulfillment of business needs of drinking water conducted by private business entity which its license has already been granted; and
  11. water for the fulfillment of business needs other than drinking water conducted by private business entity which its license has already been granted.

The above priority shall be determined by the authority of relevant central or local government. Central or local government, when determining the priority of water, must take into account the needs of water for maintenance of water source and environment.

Central or local government is obliged to supervise the quality of services of:

  1. BUMN or BUMD as the management of Water Resources; and
  2. other business entity and individual as the holder of license on the cultivation of Water Resources and license on the cultivation of Groundwater.
  1. Type of Cultivation of Water Resources

Under PP No. 121/2015, Cultivation of Water Resources can be implemented to:

  1. certain point or location of Water Resources;
  2. certain section of Water Resources;
  3. certain part of Water Resources; or
  4. river area in a whole.

Cultivation of Water Resources as referred to in letter a, b, and c of the above article may be conducted by:

  1. BUMN;
  2. BUMD;
  3. village owned business entity (Badan Usaha Milik Desa/ “BUMDes”);
  4. private business entity;
  5. cooperation;
  6. individual; or
  7. cooperation between business entities.

Cultivation of Water Resources as referred to in the Article 13 of paragraph (1) of PP No. 121/2015 can be in the form of:

  1. Cultivation of Water Resources as a media. Under Permen PUPERA No. 01/2016, this includes as follows: (i) transportation and whitewater rafting, (ii) power plant, (iii) transportation, (iv) sport, (v) tourism, or (vi) cultivation fishery on water sources.
  2. Cultivation of water and water power as a material, either in the form of a water product or a non-water product. Under Permen PUPERA No. 01/2016, this includes as follows: (i) cultivation of raw water as raw material of production, (ii) industry business, (iii) food business, (iv) hotel business, (v) plantation business, (vi) drinking water business by BUMN/BUMD, (vii) bottled drinking water business, or (viii) other business activity.
  3. Cultivation of Water Sources as a media. Under Permen PUPERA No. 01/2016, this includes as follows: (i) utilization of room on the water sources in the form of bridge construction, embankment, docks, pipelines, and electrical/telephone wiring, and water resources infrastructure, (ii) seasonal agricultural cultivation or farming fish on riverbanks, (iii) annual agricultural cultivation in the green belt of lake, pond, and reservoir, (iv) utilization of riverbank and/or border river for construction activities i.e. bridge, docks, network od stretch of water pipes, electrical wiring, and water resources infrastructure, or (v) utilization of border lake and lake body for construction activities include dock, network or stretch of water pipes, electrical wiring, and water resources infrastructure. and/or
  4. Cultivation of water, water sources, and/or water power as a media and material. Under Permen PUPERA No. 01/2016, this includes as follows: (i) exploration, exploitation, and purification of minerals from water source, (ii) fishery activity that use cage or floating net, (iii) activity of wastewater disposal to the river, (iv) extraction of mineral commodities in the river, or (v) utilization of room of water sources for construction activity of dam and weir.

Permen PUPERA No. 01/2016 regulates that utilization of Water Resources for the purposes as mentioned above are given for the following activities:

  1. fulfillment of daily basic needs for the group who requires large quantities of Water with the following quota: (i) exceeding daily basic needs for 150 persons from 1 point of withdrawal, or (ii) more than 60 liter per person per day;
  2. fulfillment of irrigation water for farmer or groups of farmers for agricultural community within the existing irrigation system which conducted by changing the natural conditions of water sources, can be conducted by heightening, lowering, and diverting the water source;
  3. fulfillment of irrigation water for farmer or groups of farmers that using the water for agricultural community outside the existing irrigation system, which includes the irrigation infrastructure, irrigation water, and human resources;
  4. non-business activity for public welfare that can be in the form of: (i) fulfillment of water for mini hydro power plant or micro hydro power plant for the interest of individual or groups of community; (ii) utilization of room of water sources for construction activity of individual or public welfare whether it built by individual, groups of community or government i.e. bridge, dam, embankment, docks, network or stretch of pipelines, network of electrical wiring; (iii) utilization of riverbank and/or border river for construction activities of individual or public welfare whether it built by individual, groups of community or government i.e. bridge, embankment, docks, network of pipelines, network of electrical/telephone wiring, and water resources infrastructure; (iv) aquaculture using water no more than 2 liters per second per household outside of the existing irrigation system to meet their own interests; (v) tourism or water sport managed for public interest or non-business activity i.e. boat and water bike; (vi) utilization of Water Resources for the purpose of research, development, and education; and (vii) utilization of water for city park which is free of charge, house of worship, public facilities, and other social facilities.

Cultivation of Water Resources in a whole of river area can only be done by:

  1. BUMN in the field of Cultivation of Water Resources;
  2. BUMD in the field of Cultivation of Water Resources; or
  3. cooperation between BUMN in the field of Cultivation of Water Resources and BUMD in the field of Cultivation of Water Resources.
  1. License on the Cultivation of Water Resources

There are 2 types of license on the Cultivation of WR as follows:

  1. License on the Cultivation of Water Resources (Izin Pengusahaan Sumber Daya Air/ “IPSDA”) which is intended for those who cultivate the Surface Water Resources and it cannot be leased or transferred, whether in a part or in a whole; and
  2. License on the Cultivation of Groundwater (Izin Pengusahaan Air Tanah/ “IPAT”) which is intended for those who cultivate the Groundwater Resources.

IPSDA and IPAT are given for the cultivation of Water Resources conducted at certain point or location of water sources, certain section of water sources, or certain section of Water Resources. Those two licenses are granted by the central or regional government in accordance with their authority.

IPSDA

IPSDA is granted to:

  1. BUMN;
  2. BUMD;
  3. BUMDes;
  4. private business entity;
  5. cooperation; or
  6. individual.

Once it is given to the above mentioned parties, the IPSDA cannot be leased or transferred, whether in a part or in a whole to other party.

The application of IPSDA shall be submitted in writing to:

  1. Minister in the field of Water Resources, for the activity of cultivation of Water Resources at the cross province river area, cross country river area, and river area of national strategic. The authority of the minister is conducted by the General Director of Water Resources (Direktur Jenderal Sumber Daya Air/ “Dirjen SDA”) in accordance with the prevailing laws and regulations.
  2. Governor for the cultivation of Water Resources at the cross regency/city river area. or
  3. Regent/mayor for the cultivation of Water Resources at the river area of a regency/city.

The application shall be submitted to the relevant authority mentioned above to be further forwarded to the Water Resources Management to obtain technical recommendation.

Submission of the application of IPSDA consists of:

  1. name, occupation, and address of the applicant;
  2. intention and purpose of cultivation of Water Resources;
  3. plan of water utilization location;
  4. the amount of water and/or room dimension on the water sources which needed to be cultivated;
  5. period of time needed for the cultivation of Water Resources;
  6. type of infrastructure and technology that will be used;
  7. drawing of type of infrastructure and technology that will be used; and
  8. technical recommendation.

IPSDA shall be granted under the following requirements:

  1. cultivation of Water Resources that produces raw water or drinking water is obliged to provide minimum of 15% from debit volume of cultivation of Water Resources stated in the license for the fulfillment of daily basic needs of local community in the form of public facility of public hydrant or water tap;
  2. the holder of IPSDA is obliged to set aside a portion of its profits for the purpose of conservation of Water Resources in order to implement social and environment responsibility in accordance with the prevailing laws and regulations;
  3. license shall be given based on the order of priority of utilization of Water Resources, planning on the water supply, or zone of utilization room at the water sources, as well as the allocation of water; and
  4. calculate the needs of water for the maintenance of water sources and environmental.

Besides the above requirements, the cultivation of Water Resources for the purpose of bottled drinking water must also fulfill the following additional requirements:

  1. may only use 20% of the available potential water if it is taken from spring water;
  2. should not close the public access to the water sources that are cultivated;
  3. BUMN/BUMD applied for the IPSDA will be given first priority.

Decision on the application of IPSDA will be issued at the latest 4 months since the date of the application and complete requirements has been received by the relevant authority. If the application of IPSDA is rejected, the relevant authority must give the reasons of such rejection in writing. The application which rejected cannot applied for the IPSDA with the data that has been rejected.

IPSDA is granted for a maximum period of 10 years. If the IPSDA is given to:

  1. an individual or non-legal business entity in which the owner is changed;
  2. a legal business entity that has changed its name;

the IPSDA will be automatically invalid. In case of those events, the new owner shall apply for the renewal of license at the latest of 7 days after the date of change of the owner of the said business entity.

IPSDA can be extended by submitting the application of extension of the license in writing to the relevant authority at the latest of 3 months before the expiry of IPSDA.

IPAT

IPAT is granted to:

  1. BUMN;
  2. BUMD;
  3. BUMDes;
  4. private business entity;
  5. cooperation; or
  6. individual.

Once it is given to the above mentioned parties, the IPAT cannot be leased or transferred, whether in a part or in a whole to other party.

To obtain the IPAT, the applicant must submit its application in written to the governor. The said application must fulfill the administrative and technical requirements. The administrative requirements are as follows:

  1. for an individual shall at least contain the following data: (i) application letter, (ii) identity card, (iii) taxpayer registration number (nomor pokok wajib pajak/ “NPWP”), and (iv) letter of domicile;
  2. for business entity shall at least contain the following data: (i) application letter, (ii) profile of business entity or social agency, (iii) deed of establishment of business entity or social agency, (iv) composition of director and list of shareholders (for business entity) or compositions of management (for social agency), (v) NPWP, (vi) letter of domicile, (vii) business license, (viii) written statement of the ability to pay the tax of Groundwater.

While the technical requirements are as follows:

  1. report of results of drilling or digging Groundwater;
  2. location point of drilling or digging plan in the blueprint on the scale of 1 : 10,000 or more and topography map on the scale of 1 : 50,000;
  3. information of the designation and debit of needs of Groundwater; and
  4. requirements of ability to make the infiltration wells in accordance with prevailing laws and regulations.

IPAT is issued by the governor by the following conditions:

  1. in every Groundwater basin (cekungan Air Tanah) crossing province or country must obtain technical recommendation from the minister in the field of Groundwater; or
  2. within the territory of province other than Groundwater basin crossing province or country must obtain technical recommendation from the provincial agencies in the field of Groundwater.

Technical recommendation as referred to in letter b above shall be given based on the Groundwater conservation zone. The said recommendation must be received by the governor within 1 month after the issuance of application of recommendation letter from the governor.

After the issuance of technical recommendation, the governor shall issue the license to drill/dig for Groundwater within 14 days of the said date. The applicant shall, within 14 days after the issuance of the license to drill/dig, conduct the drilling/digging the land to find the Groundwater. Failing to which within 14 days, the application of IPAT shall be nulled automatically.

Decision on the cultivation of Groundwater shall be issued within 14 days since the date of the report of results of drilling/digging the Groundwater is received by the governor. The IPAT is issued by the governor forwarded to the minister in the field of Groundwater.

IPAT shall be granted for maximum period of 3 years and it is determined by the governor. Determination of IPAT shall consider:

  1. the availability of the water;
  2. condition and environment of water sources; and/or
  3. the purposes of cultivation.

If the IPAT is given to:

  1. an individual or non-legal business entity in which the owner is changed;
  2. a legal business entity that changed its name;

the IPAT will be automatically invalid. In case of those events, the new owner shall apply for the renewal of license at the latest of 7 days after the date of change of the owner of the said business entity.

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Indonesia Real Estate Law – Electrical Power Supply for Building in the Limited Area

Electrical Power Supply for BuildingBackground

On 29 September 2015, Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Republic of Indonesia has issued the Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Regulation Number 31 of 2015 on the Electrical Power Supply for Building in the Limited Area (“Permen ESDM 31/2015”). Permen ESDM 31/2015 which became effective on 29 December 2015.

 

Electrical Power

The form of secondary energy which is generated, transmitted, and distributed to all types of purposes, but does not include the electrical which consumed for communication, electronic, or signal.

 

Electrical Power Supply Business

Procurement of electrical power includes power plant, transmission, distribution, and electrical power sales to consumers.

 

Electrical Power Supply Business Permit

Permit for doing electrical power supply business for public interest (“IUPTL”).

 

Business Area

Area which determined by the Minister as a place of business entity distribution and/or electrical power sales of doing electrical power supply business.

 

Building in the Limited Area

Flats, apartment, condominium, market, shopping center, office, warehouse, or building under the individual ownership and common ownership (strata title) for the other activity.

 

Owner Association and Building Occupant in Limited Area

Owner Association and Building Occupant in Limited Area is a legal entity whose consists of owner or Building Occupant in Limited Area.

 

Administrator

Legal entity which charged to manage the Building in Limited Area.

 

Building Unit

Flats unit, apartment unit, condominium unit, market stall, store, office unit, warehouse, or building unit under the individual ownership and another common ownership (strata title) which owned by individual or legal entity.

 

Electrical Power Supply Business for Limited Area

IUPTL holder which has business area obliged to supply the electrical power in their business area. IUPTL holder can be cooperate with Owner Association and Occupant or Administrator appointed by Owner Association and Occupant to supply the electrical power for Building in the Limited Area. If the Owner Association and Occupant has not been formed, Administrator can be formed by the developer. Electrical power splicing to the Owner Association and Occupant or Administrator distributed to the Building Unit, Common Parts, Common Objects or Goods.

 

Conditions of Electrical Power Splicing

  1. Owner Association and Occupant or Administrator are not gain any profit over the distribution of electrical power to the Building Unit, Common Parts, Common Objects or Goods with the conditions of electrical power utilization charge which paid by the owner or occupant of Building Unit to the Owner Association and Occupant or Administrator no more than electrical power utilization charge which paid by the Owner Association and Occupant or Administrator to the IUPTL holder;
  2. Electrical Power Splicing on the Building Unit equipped with gauges and electric barrier (APP) in accordance with the prevailing regulations in the field of legal metrology;
  3. Electrical Power Tariff on the Building Unit refers to the Electrical Power Tariff which valid for IUPTL holder according to the designation;
  4. IUPTL holder conducts the supervision against the distribution of Electrical Power for Building in the Limited Area, Building Unit, Common Parts, Common Objects or Goods.

 

Utilization Charge of Electrical Power

  1. assessment charge and usage tariff of Electrical Power for Building Unit
  2. additional charge which become collective responsibility of the Building Unit owner or occupant in accordance with the agreement, consist of:
  3. reactive power consumption cost (Rp/kVArh);
  4. assessment charge and tariff of Electrical Power usage for Common Parts, Common Objects or Goods;
  5. the difference in charge calculations over the Electrical Power usage, if any, because of implementation of double tariff on the gauges and electric barrier (APP) of Owner Association and Occupant or Administrator and implementation of single tariff on the gauges and electric barrier (APP);
  6. the difference in charge calculation over the Electrical Power usage, if any, because of differentiation on the measurement result of gauges and electric barrier (APP) of Owner Association and Occupant or Administrator with the measurement result of gauges and electric barrier (APP) Building Unit which caused by the technical shrinkage;
  7. street lighting tax.

 

Rights of Owner or Building Unit Occupant

Owner or Building Unit Occupant entitled to obtain information from the Owner Association and Occupant or Administrator on the:

  1. utilization charge of Electrical Power which paid by the Owner Association and Occupant or Administrator to the IUPTL holder;
  2. total data of Electrical Power usage for Building in the Limited Area and Electrical Power usage on the Common Objects or Goods, and Common Parts.

 

Obligation of Owner Association and Occupant or Administrator

Delivering information of the Electrical Power utilization charge and total data of Electrical Power usage to the Building Unit owner or occupant every month based on demand.

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Indonesia Real Estate Law – The Control of Farmland Possession

Wheat fieldBackground

Determination of maximum and minimum area of farmland previously regulated within Government Regulation in Lieu of Law Number 56 of 1960 regarding the Determination Area of Farmland (“Perpu 56/1960”). Perpu 56/1960 is designated as implementation provision for Article 17 Law Number 5 of 1960 regarding Basic Agrarian Principle. Furthermore, government has also issued Government Regulation Number 224 of 1961 regarding the Implementation of Land Distribution and Land Compensation (“PP 224/1960”), which is in principle regulated the granting of compensation for land that is taken over by the government because it exceeds the maximum land ownership in Perpu 56/1960.

To control farmland possession and ownership by individually or legal entity, and to implement the provision of Perpu 56/1960 and PP 224/1960, Therefore, the Minister of Agrarian and Spatial/Head of State Land Agency (“Minister”) then issued the Minister of Agrarian and Spatial/Head of the National Land Agency Regulation Number 18 of 2016 on Control of Farmland Possession (“Perka BPN No. 18/2016”).

Restriction of Farmland Possession

The purposes of Perka BPN No. 18/2016 are to reduce social gap, , levelling social welfare and to ensure food security.

The restriction provision of farmland possession within Perka BPN No. 18/2016 are apply for:

  1. individually; and
  2. legal entity.

These are the  classification of the restriction farmland possession for the individually owner of farmland:

  1. not dense, for maximum land 20 (twenty) hectare;
  2. less dense, for maximum land 12 (twelve) hectare;
  3. fairly dense, for maximum land 9 (nine) hectare; or
  4. very dense, for maximum land 6 (six) hectare.

On the other hand, restriction ownership of farmland by the legal entity is under the authorization letter of granting rights.

Individually owned farmland can transfer ownership to another party with requirements:

  1. the other party must be domiciled in 1 (one) district where the land is located, proven by the local identity card; and
  2. the land must be used and utilized for farming.

Any transfer of farmland rights which is violating the above requirements, cannot be registered to land office.

Obligation of the Farmland’s Owner

If the owner of farmland resides outside the district where the farmland is located, then no later than 6 (six) months since the date of right acquisition, farmland owner should:

  1. transfer the right of his/her land to other party where the party is domicile inside the district where the farmland is located; or
  2. move in to the district where the farmland is located.

However, the obligation to transfer the right of land like above mentioned, shall not apply if:

  1. the owner of farmland domiciled in the district directly border with the district where the farmland is located;
  2. the owner of farmland domiciled outside the district where the land is located because they carry the state duty;
  3. the owner of farmland domiciled outside the district where the land is located because of religious duty;
  4. civil servant, army officer and/or equal as them; or
  5. under other provision stipulated by Minister.

If the owner of farmland does not fulfill his obligation to transfer the right or move in to the district where the land is located as mentioned above, then the owner’s right will be abolished, and the farmland will be controlled directly by the State. Therefore, the farmland owner will get compensation by the State in accordance with the prevailing laws and regulations.

The individual of farmland owner is obliged to:

  1. cultivate and utilize the farmland effectively as intended, no later than 6 (six) months since the issuance date certificate of right of land; and
  2. if the individual owner could not cultivate and utilize the farmland, then the owner of farmland could make a written agreement with other party to cultivate and utilize the farmland according to its purposes. The other party engaged under the agreement could be granted right to use over the right of ownership by the owner, and also can be encumbered with mortgage right.

Farmland owned by legal entity is obliged to:

  1. cultivate and utilize the farmland effectively in accordance with its purpose no later than 6 (six) months since the issuance date certificate of right of land; and
  2. if the legal entity owner could not cultivate and utilize the farmland, the owner of farmland could make a written agreement with other party to cultivate and utilize the farmland in accordance with its purposes.

Supervision By the Head of Land Office

To control farmland possession, the Head of Land Office has authorities and obligations to:

  1. supervise the implementation of Perka BPN No. 18/2016;
  2. conduct an inventory to the farmland ownership which exceeding the limitation of the farmland possession;
  3. conduct an inventory to the farmland ownership where the owner is domiciled outside the district where the farmland is located; and
  4. report the supervision result to Minister for every 6 (six) months.

If the Head of Land Office find the violation of farmland ownership accordance with the provision of Perka BPN No. 18/2016, then the farmland will stipulated as the landreform/agrarian reform object, and then will be distributed to farmer in accordance with the prevailing laws and regulations.

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Indonesia Real Estate Law – Decision of the Review by the Constitutional Court on Law Number 20 of 2011 on Condominium

Upper East Side condos and co-ops, New York City, USABackground

On 10 May 2016, the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Indonesia (“MK”) has decided, on the request for a review over the norms of Law No. 20 of 2011 on Condominium (“Condominium Law”) against the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia Year 1945 (“UUD 1945”).

The parties submitting the review petition were the Indonesia’s society, owner of a condominium unit.

Reviewed Clause

The reviewed clauses are related to the establishment of the Association of Owners and Tenants of Condominium Unit (“PPPSRS”). The claimant requested review on Article 75 paragraph (1) of Condominium Law, which states:

“The developer is obliged to facilitate the  establishment of the PPPSRS no later than the transition period set forth in Article 59 paragraph (2) expired”

The claimant considers that Article 75 (1) is violating Article 28H (4) and Article 28D (1) of UUD 1945.

Article 28H paragraph (4) UUD 1945 states:

“Every person is entitled to own personal property, and such property shall not be taken over arbitrarily by anyone”

Article 28D paragraph (1) of the UUD 1945 states:

“Every person is entitled to the recognition, guarantee, protection and legal certainty of just laws as well as equal treatment before the law”.

Considerations by Judge

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Indonesia Real Estate Law – Form and Content of Certificate of Right of Land

Certificate landBackground

As part of the citizens’ primary needs, land holds important role for community life. In the process of acquiring certificate, the land registration process should be adjusted with legal development, technology and community needs. Through Regulation of Minister of Agraria Affairs and Spatial Layout/Head of the National Land Number 7 year 2016 regarding the Form and Content of Certificate of Right of Land (“Permen ATR No. 7/2016”), Minister of Agrarian Affairs and Spatial Layout/Head of the National Land (“Minister”) regulates the form and content of certificate of right of land in accordance with Computerized System of Land Activity (“KKP”). This regulation revokes provision  governing the form and content of Certificate as set forth under the Regulation of Minister of Agrarian Affairs and Spatial Layout/Head of the National Land Number 3 of 1997 on the Provision of Implementation of Government Regulation Number 24 on 1997 on Land Registration.

KKP System

KKP is the main application used in supporting the implementation of jurisdiction, role/function of Minister of Agrarian Affairs and Spatial Layout/Head of the National Land  using the basis of Information Technology and Communication,  built/developed with regards to the flows, terms, time, and fee and jurisdiction in accordance with prevailing regulations.

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