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  1. Indonésie - Droit civil, droit commercial, droit de la famille - Loi

    Law No. 12/2006 of 1 August 2006 on Citizenship. - English Translation

    Adoption: 2006-08-01 | IDN-2006-L-74794

    Chapter I: General Provision
    Chapter II: Indonesian Citizen
    Chapter III: Requirements and procedures for obtaining citizenship of the Republic of Indonesia
    Chapter IV: Loss of citizenship of the Republic of Indonesia
    (uncomplete text)

  2. Indonésie - Droit civil, droit commercial, droit de la famille - Loi

    Law No. 1/1987 on the Chamber of Commerce and Industry. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1987-01-28 | IDN-1987-L-92028

    Article 1(e) contains provisions concerning the definition of an employers' organization, and includes national, regional and local organizations. The Chamber of Commerce and Industry is to be a forum in which employers and members of employers' and corporate organizations can exchange.

  3. Indonésie - Droit civil, droit commercial, droit de la famille - Loi

    Civil Code. - Text in Indonesian and English Unofficial English Translation English Translation

    Adoption: 1927 | IDN-1927-L-77113

    Contains, inter alia, provisions concerning contractual employment relationships. Article 1601f on labour agreements, stipulates that a women entering into a labour contract must first obtain the consent of her husband. Once permission is granted, she can perform actions pertaining to labour contracts, such as acknowledging payment and appearing in court without her husband. The article also stipulates that she is entitled to use her remuneration for the benefit of her family.


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