Indonesian law on land ownership is complex. There are terms such as ownership rights, use of building rights, use rights, rent rights, and compound unit ownership rights. In contrast, property ownership in Singapore is only ruled under two simple rules; freehold and leasehold, where the former reflects permanent ownership of a property, while the latter limited time of ownership.
Land or property is just a very common example of typical issues faced by expatriates in Indonesia. There are an array of other problems from acquiring traditional design or intellectual property, inter-cultural marriage and the subsequent rights of the children, work permit and visa regulation, that require attention from anyone involved in any kind of legal transactions in Bali. Being involved in a legal case or transaction is like jumping free from 10,000 feet. Doing it without a lawyer is like jumping without a parachute, it can lead to a disastrous landing – full of blood. It is essential to have a lawyer to guard your legal transaction.
Specifically, a lawyer can ensure that your position in an agreement is not in jeopardy, to prevent clauses that may trap you or cause an imbalance or fair. A lawyer can ensure that you are dealing with the right person or subject on a legal object such as when purchasing a land that is in dispute with access to public road, with someone who may or claim to be the legitimate owner. A lawyer can determine the appropriate steps to be taken to win the case.
Member of Indonesian Advocates Association (PERADI). The alumnae of the Faculty of Law, Udayana University, Bali, previously joined Vidhi Law Office as a Junior Advocate (2014-2016).
She started her first carrier as an Advocate Assistant at Austrindo Law Office (ALO) in 2010. During her time at the lawyer’s office, Yuna learned directly from Austrindo’s founder , a lawyer who was an Australian citizen. Not only learning aspects of Indonesian law, but also the work ethic that is adopted at work.
Lawyer of Yunaelish & Associates Law Office and member of Indonesian Advocates Association (PERADI). Alumnae of Faculty of Law, Udayana University, Bali. She is competent in management, she was working as Assistant of Head od Human Resource of PT. Carrefour Indonesia (2007-2009) and Legal Secretary in Austrindo Bali Mandiri (2014-2015).
Experienced in the notary field for more than 10 years. The alumnae of the Government Law of Postgraduate Program at Udayana University, Bali began her career as a staff of the Berdikari Law Office in 2006 and at several advocacy offices in Denpasar.
An alumni of Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programs of Faculty of Law of Udayana University, Bali. Since High Schooler and Scholar, he has been active in organizations, including Student Committee and Representative Body of Faculty of Law at Udayana University, as well as participated in judicial competitions on several national universities.