In Indonesia, the provisions of the private procedure code still use the Herzien Inlandsch Reglement (“HIR”) or Reglement tot Regeling van Het Rechtswezen in de Gewesten Buiten Java en Madura (“Rbg”), which is supplemented by various implementing regulations under Law No. 48 of 2009 regarding Judicial Authority (“Law No. 48/2009”) and Law No. 14 of 1985 regarding the Supreme Court (“Law No. 14 of 1985”) and its amendments.
There are instances where a judge’s decision in a case is not sufficient to satisfy the parties involved—both the plaintiff and the defendant.
In today’s BILLawfact we’ll introduce you to legal remedies under Indonesian law.