BILLawFact: Principle of Personality Under Indonesian Law


The principle of personality, found in Article 1315 of the Indonesian Civil Code, states that individuals can generally only commit themselves or agree to something on their own behalf. This principle is also reflected in Article 1340, which asserts that agreements are enforceable only between the parties involved and should not harm or benefit third parties, except as specified in Article 1317.

Be sure to read this #BILLawFact, where we will discuss the principle of personality under Indonesian law.

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