After much debate, Law No. 11 of 2020 on Job Creation was finally enacted on 2 November 2020. In anticipation of the questions that will arise, we will be launching a series of client update titled "Omnibus Law 2020: Overview Series" within the upcoming weeks. The updates will dissect and discuss the various elements and issues of the Omnibus Law.

We continue to monitor this evolving situation, with various teams currently examining the bill to produce updates that are relevant to you. As always, we are committed to supporting you with advice and guidance. You can find a list of our past client alerts on our AHP Newsletters.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact our attorneys or the BD team at BD@ahp.id.

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Introducing the Land Bank and Other Changes in the Real Estate Sector

30 November 2020

In our first real estate client update, we discussed changes to the spatial utilisation permit, building permits, amendments under the Housing Law and Apartment Law, and foreign ownership of apartment units. In this second update, we discuss other critical changes to this sector, which include land procurement for public purposes, the establishment of the Land Bank, and strengthening of the Right to Manage (Hak Pengelolaan) title.

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The Omnibus Law: What's Next for the Real Estate Market?

11 November 2020

One of the sectors that receive a heavy overhaul under the Omnibus Law (Law No. 11 of 2020 on Job Creation) is the real estate sector, where the government intends to improve the ease of doing business. The Omnibus Law amends several stipulations among others in the Spatial Law, the Building Law, the Housing Law, and the Apartment Law, as well as introducing new standalone clauses that do not refer to any specific laws.

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