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Dispute Resolution at the Industrial Relations Court in Indonesia

Dispute Resolution at the Industrial Relations Court in Indonesia

It is likely such a common trend in Indonesia that the industrial relations court bring out conflict instead of accord between companies and employees. If the issue continues to happen, both parties are subjected to financial disadvantage. There is no perfect way other than diminishing the disputes. Hence, an intensive dialogue accenting mutual understanding between…

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HOW TO RESOLVE ENVIRONMENTAL DISPUTE IN INDONESIAN LAW

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“Environmental dispute settlement can be reached through the Court or out of Court” In some cases related to environmental dispute, Corporations are the most dominant subject as the perperator of the decreasing environmental quality in particular region or community. This condition cannot be separated from the corporation’s activity in exploiting large amount of natural recources…

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Three Types of the Criminal Action of Money Laundering You Should Know

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In Law Number 8 of 2010 on Countermeasure and Eradication of Money Laundering (Law on Money Laundering), the criminal actions of money laundering are classified into three provisions: The Criminal Action of Money Laundering regulated in Article 3: Anyone who places, transfers, forwards, spends, pays, grants, deposits, takes to the abroad, changes the form, changes…

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Two Conditions to Be Met in Setting Aside an Agreement Through Arbitration

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It is common to find arbitration clauses in construction, real estate, transportation, or other commercial agreements which mandate the concerned parties to use arbitration as a method of dispute resolution. This brings consequences if any party wishes to set aside the agreement, it cannot be submitted to the court, but rather to the arbitration. This…

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