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About owning and buying property in Indonesia
There are exceptions on the information here supplied, depending on the area of Indonesia, rules in Bali, Batam and Jakarta are different. There are "decrees" with exemptions. In general one can conclude that many unclear areas in the Indonesian law, but it is generally safe to acquire properties.

Can a foreign person or other foreign entity legally purchase property in Indonesia?
The Indonesian government issued Law 5 of 1960 on the "Basic Regulation Of Land in Indonesia" ("UU 5/1960"), which came into force on 24 September 1960. This law explicitly and implicitly revoked many older laws. As a result, it can be said that UU 5/1960 established revolutionary new rules and principles concerning rights in land.
UU 5/1960 recognized and regulated several rights over land and houses,
including the :

• Right of Ownership (Hak Milik)
It is the most comprehensive and complete form of individual rights over land. There is no time limit, and the holder has the right to use the land, including the earth underneath and the water and air above. It does not, however, include the right to obtain wealth from resources underneath the earth. Only Indonesian citizens may have Right of Ownership.

• Right to Cultivate (Hak Guna Usaha)
It is the right to cultivate state-owned land or to use it for other agricultural purposes for a certain period of time. There are two kinds of Right to Cultivate: for farming enterprises that are smaller than 25 hectares and for enterprises that are 25 hectares or more. Government Regulation 40 of 1996 on the Right to Cultivate, Right of Building, and Right of Use ("PP 40/1997") states that the period for Right to Cultivate is not to exceed 35 years initially but can be extended for another 25 years. When the extension period expires, the Right To Cultivate shall be renewed over the same land. The Right to Cultivate may only be owned by Indonesian citizens and companies established under Indonesian law and domiciled in Indonesia.

• Right of Building (Hak Guna Bangunan)
It is a right over land, either state-owned or private, with which the holder may erect and possess buildings for a certain period of time not to exceed thirty years (extendable for another twenty years). When the extension period expires, Right of Building shall be renewed. There are no limitations on the size of the holding. Right of Building may only be owned by Indonesian citizens and companies established under Indonesian law and domiciled in Indonesia.

• Right of Use (Hak Pakai)
It is a right over land, either State-owned or private, which gives the holder the right to use and obtain the product of a certain piece of land. The land to which Right of Use is applied may be used as a building site or for agricultural purposes. PP 40/1997 states that the initial period for Right of Use is not to exceed 25 years but can be extended for another twenty years or even indefinitely if the land is still in use for a certain reason. Right of Use may be owned by Indonesian citizens, resident foreigners, Indonesian companies domiciled in Indonesia, and foreign companies that have a representative office in Indonesia.

• Right of Building Lease (Hak Sewa Atas Bangunan)
It is a right to lease land, either State-owned or private, which gives the holder the right to use the land in return for compensation. The payment could be one-time or periodical as determined by mutual understanding between the parties. Right of Building Lease may be owned by Indonesian citizens, resident foreigners, Indonesian companies domiciled in Indonesia, and foreign companies that have a representative office in Indonesia.

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