Building Permits

What Does SLF Certificate Mean for Your Building in Indonesia?

When it comes to property ownership and the management in Indonesia, there's an important certificate called the SLF (Sertifikat Laik Fungsi). In this article, we'll break down what an SLF building is, why having this certificate matters, and how you can get one. What is an SLF Building? An SLF building, or Sertifikat Laik Fungsi, is a certificate given by the local government in Indonesia. This...

South Jakarta Residents Challenge the Building Permit of Indian Embassy

Residents in East Kuningan, South Jakarta, challenge the planned construction of a new Indian embassy. They allege the project was approved without their approval. Lawyer David Tobing, representing the residents who live near the embassy, says over 20 of them strongly oppose the project and have filed a lawsuit to revoke the building permit. Violation of Law The problem seems to be the legality...

How to Apply Rights to Use Title for Your Land in Indonesia

Land and building ownership status for foreigners or foreign legal entities in Indonesia is limited to rights to use (Hak Pakai) and leasehold for a certain period of time, ownership rights for flats and apartments. Foreigners or foreign legal entities are not allowed to have property with freehold title (Hak Milik in Bahasa Indonesia), HGU (Hak Guna Usaha or Right to Cultivate) and HGB (Hak Guna...

Understanding Legal Framework of Building Permits in Indonesia 

From the hectic offices to residential neighborhoods, securing building permits is a mandatory step in ensuring legality of a construction project. In this article, we will explain the significance of building permits in Indonesia in simple terms. Understanding the dynamics will certainly make your business run smoothly.  3 Types of Building Permits in Indonesia  Like many other countries,...

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