Notary services

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Notary Services - Purpose and Benefits

Notary services in Indonesia guarantee the validity and authenticity of various transactions, contracts and agreements through the creation of legal documents and ratification by a public notary. Using the services of experienced consultants to handle notary needs in Indonesia offers various benefits.

Firstly, the consultant possesses a deep understanding of Indonesian legal requirements and procedures, ensuring that all documents are prepared accurately and comply with the necessary regulations. Secondly, they can expedite the process and minimize potential errors, saving time and resources for individuals or businesses. Lastly, an expert consultant can offer valuable advice and insights, helping clients make informed decisions and navigate complex legal matters with confidence.

Overall, their expertise ensures smooth and efficient handling of notary services, reduces the risk of legal complications, and facilitates successful transactions in Indonesia.

Easy Guide to Using Notary Services in Indonesia

  • Consult the assets you would like to include on the Deed.
  • Our notary team will assist with drafting the Deed.
  • Once finished, we will contact you to schedule to seal the Deed.

Benefits of Using Notary Services in Indonesia

Notaries play a crucial role in the Indonesian property transfer process as they are responsible for ensuring the authenticity, legality, and validity of property-related documents and contracts.

Frequently Asked Questions

What documents are typically notarized during a property purchase in Indonesia?

During a property purchase in Indonesia, the following documents are commonly notarized:

  • Sale and Purchase Agreement (Perjanjian Jual Beli – PPJB)
  • Deed of Transfer of Land Rights (Akta Peralihan Hak Atas Tanah)
  • Deed of Lease (Akta Sewa Menyewa)
  • Mortgage Deed (Akta Gadai)
  • Power of Attorney (Surat Kuasa)

Can a notary provide legal advice during a property transaction in Indonesia?

No, a notary in Indonesia cannot provide legal advice during a property transaction. Their role is limited to verifying and notarizing the documents related to the transaction. However, if you require legal advice, having Lets Move Group’s legal consultants as your company would come in handy, as we provide all-in-one services for consultation, mortgage and notary services.

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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