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Shipping Law In Indonesia – Collision
With regard to liability in a maritime collision in Indonesia, the Indonesian Commercial Code (ICC), which was enacted in the 19th century, provides that:...
Indonesia
22 Aug 2019
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Shipping Law 2019
In the event of a collision, grounding or other major casualty, what are the key provisions that will impact upon the liability and response of interested parties?
Indonesia
14 Aug 2019
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Indonesian Shipping Law: Arrest And Security
The Indonesian Shipping Law provides that a vessel may be arrested by the harbormaster at the relevant port, based on a written court order that is issued if the vessel is involved in a criminal or civil case.
Indonesia
20 Nov 2018
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Indonesian Shipping Law: Updates And Developments
There are a number of developments and current trends in Indonesian shipping law worthy of note.
Indonesia
19 Nov 2018
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Casualty notice: "EMERALD STAR "
We have received reports that the " EMERALD STAR ", a 2010 built bulk carrier flying the Hong Kong flag, has sunk. Eleven crew are still missing but some crew were rescued.
Indonesia
20 Oct 2017
6
Overview Of Indonesian Public-Private Partnership ("PPP") Regulatory Framework
Parties wishing to invest in PPP projects in Indonesia should take cognizance of the Indonesian PPP regulatory framework, which is governed primarily by three general categories of laws and regulations...
Indonesia
14 Oct 2016
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Digital disruption and demonstrations: Indonesia regulates transport and other apps
Indonesia's e-commerce boom offers great opportunities, but app providers must be ready to adapt to increased regulation.
Indonesia
24 May 2016
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"NINE AM" – Time To Get An Indonesian Language Version Of Your Charterparties
For several years, the laws in force in Indonesia have required that memoranda of understanding or agreements with any Indonesian entity or person shall be in Bahasa Indonesia, i.e. the Indonesian language.
Indonesia
11 Mar 2016
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New Regulation Allows Port Concessions Through Appointment And Regulates Mandatory Transfer Of Facilities
The concession fee must be at least 2.5% of the total gross profit during the concession period.
Indonesia
28 Feb 2016
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New Regulation On Minimum Capital Requirements For Transportation Business
Through Regulation No. PM.45 of 2015, the Minister of Transportation of the Republic of Indonesia has decided to determine the minimum capital requirements for companies in the transportation sector, which came into effect on 24 February 2015.
Indonesia
24 Feb 2016
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Law No. 32 Of 2014 On Maritime
As an archipelagic nation, Indonesia has plenty of natural resources, including renewable resources, non-renewable resources, maritime energy, and the sea, as a medium for business on environmental service.
Indonesia
24 Feb 2016
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Delegation Of Authority To Issue Transportation Business Licenses
Licenses issued before Regulation 3/2015 came into force remain valid until they expire. The Regulation has been in force since 7 January 2015.
Indonesia
17 Feb 2016
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Legal Provisions In Operating Drones In Indonesia
Drones, the crewless mini aircraft flown by remote control and radio frequencies, are becoming increasingly popular amongst technology lovers throughout the world, including Indonesia.
Indonesia
9 Feb 2016
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Aircraft Lease In Indonesia: Key Legal Issues That You Need To Know
The Indonesian aviation sector has grown rapidly in the last of a decade. To date there are more than 30 (thirty) private aviation companies in Indonesia.
Indonesia
21 Jan 2016
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New Indonesian regulation restricting foreign currency use in Indonesia – impact on shipping companies
The new regulations will impact on all companies operating in Indonesia, including shipping and ports services companies.
Indonesia
29 Jul 2015
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Cabotage And Its Impact In Indonesia
Cabotage principles were implemented when the domestic shipping industry in Indonesia almost collapsed as a result of foreign vessels engaging in coastwise transportation.
Indonesia
9 Mar 2015
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Indonesian Ore Export Ban And Language Law
On 12 January 2014, the Indonesian Government imposed an effective ban on the export of some unprocessed mineral ores.
Indonesia
14 Jan 2014
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Indonesian Government Clamps Down On The Exports Of Raw Unprocessed Minerals, What Are The Potential Issues For Vessel Owners And Charterers?
Those involved in the export of unprocessed mineral ores from Indonesia will be aware of the huge amount of cargo that has been shipped in recent years.
Indonesia
15 May 2012
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