I lodged an appeal against the ruling handed down by the Surabaya State Court, but it has been six months and there has been no follow-up from said court.
"Our landlord told us that he will no longer rent the house and gave us Rp15 million as compensation. My family and I are against the amount, bearing in mind the amount of money spent to renovate the house several times."
"The bank sent debt collectors to my house. They intimidated me to pay my debt."
I have been convicted for insulting someone via SMS (short text message).
A few years ago I signed an agreement with a colleague. The contract contained my signature and my colleague, and witnesses brought by both parties (me and my colleague). Three years have passed and a good friend of mines said the contract is invalid as I did not sign the contract on top of a stamp.
Around a month ago, my ex-boyfriend contacted and demanded me to buy him gadgets he wanted. If I don’t do as he says, he threatened to spread photos of me when we were together. The photos were taken out of my knowledge as I was sleeping.
I’m Australian. My parents are Indonesian. A heritage of land and property happened to be inherited soon. I inherited some of them. I already changed my nationality as a foreigner, could I inherit them?
My expatriate co-worker wants to have a property or house here (Indonesia). Do expatriates reserve the right to have a property in Indonesia?
I would like to ask an issue I’m facing. I’m Moslem and a married housewife for who have been married for four years. Since two years ago, I’ve been separated from my husband because we always had a conflict, even when we’re in front of my family and friends.
Well, I’d like to ask about the internet. The “Prita case” become a trending topic these days, and there are also other defamation cases on the internet. What is the law on defamation mean to us (in Indonesia)? Thank you for the explanations.