Property Certificate Extension and Renewal

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Property Certificate Extension and Renewal - Who is it for and what are the benefits

Property certificates are essential legal documents that establish ownership and rights over real estate properties. The most common types of property certificates in Indonesia are:

Hak Milik (Right of Ownership): This certificate grants full ownership rights to the property and is typically issued for landed properties (such as houses and land). Hak Guna Bangunan (Right to Build): This certificate grants the right to build and own structures on land owned by the government or private parties. It is often used for leasehold properties. Hak Pakai (Right to Use): This certificate grants the right to use state-owned or private land for a specified period. It is commonly used for commercial and industrial purposes. Hak Sewa (Leasehold): This certificate represents the right to lease a property from the owner for a specific duration. The Certificate extension addresses the process of renewing or extending the validity of a specific type of certificate, such as Hak Guna Bangunan or Hak Pakai, which have fixed periods of validity. The process and requirements for renewing such certificates may vary depending on the local regulations and the specific type of certificate involved.

Legal Services Agency in Indonesia, Lets Move Group will help navigate the right and easy process of extending your property certificates in Indonesia, providing complete guidance through preparing and executing the whole procedure until the new certificates are issued.

Steps to Extend and Renew Property Certificates in Indonesia

  • - Consult the certificate types and the requirements needed with our consultant.
  • - Our team will then guide you through the extension process.
  • - Once finished, we will contact you to schedule the new certificate issuance.
  • - Note: The process should be requested a minimum of 2 weeks before the old certificate’s expiration.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can a property with an expired certificate be sold or transferred in Indonesia?

You cannot sell any kind of property with an expired certificate, you can either renew the certificate or get a new certificate.

What are the consequences of not extending a Property Certificate in Indonesia on time?

Your property can be taken by the government

Why is it important to extend a Property Certificate in Indonesia?

To maintain the ownership or the right to use/build the property.

How long is the process of Property Certificate Extension?

Approximately 2 weeks

How much does it cost to extend a Property Certificate in Indonesia?

The cost of extending a property certificate in Indonesia may vary according to the type of certificate and some other prerequisites. To discuss further your specific need for an extension, contact our legal consultant for free consultations.

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  • Permanent employee/self-employed for at least 1 year in the same company/total 2 years of work
  • Professional/Businessman working for at least 2 years in the same field
  • At least 18 years old or married

General Personal Requirements

  • Photocopy of husband’s / wife’s ID card (if married)
  • Photocopy of Family Card
  • Copy of Marriage Certificate (if married)
  • Photocopy of Tax ID Number of Applicant
  • Salary Slip / Certificate of Income for the last 1 month original
  • Photocopy of 3 months bank statements
  • Developer’s House Booking Letter / Broker’s Cover Letter