The Regulation Of Bank Indonesia No. 14/7/pbi/2012 Year 2012

Original Language Title: Peraturan Bank Indonesia Nomor 14/7/PBI/2012 Tahun 2012

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Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 138, 2012 (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5323) BANK INDONESIA REGULATION number 14/7/PBI/2012 ABOUT MANAGING MONEY in RUPIAH with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the GOVERNOR of BANK INDONESIA, Considering: a. that one of the tasks of the Bank Indonesia is to organize and maintain the smooth running of payments systems;
b. that, in order to carry out the task of organizing and maintaining smooth payment system, Bank Indonesia authorities conduct a Rupiah money management includes planning, printing, distribution, dispensing, revocation and withdrawal, as well as the destruction of the Rupiah;
c. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a and letter b, Bank Indonesia Regulations need to set about managing Money Rupiah;
Given: 1. The legislation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 23 in 1999 on Bank Indonesia (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 1999 Number 66, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3843) as amended several times, the last by Act No. 6 of 2009 about the determination of the Replacement Government Regulations Act No. 2 of 2008 about the second amendment in the Law Number 23 of 1999 on Bank Indonesia into law (State Gazette in 2009 Indonesia number 7 Additional Sheets, the Republic of Indonesia Number 4962);
2. The legislation of the Republic of Indonesia number 7 in 2011 about currency (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 64 in 2011, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5103);
Decide: define: BANK INDONESIA REGULATION on MANAGING the MONEY.

CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Bank Indonesia Regulation is: 1. the Rupiah is Rupiah as stipulated in Act No. 7 of the year 2011 about the currency.
2. The territory of the State Union of Republic of Indonesia is the entire territory of Indonesia territory, including ships and aircraft of the Republic of Indonesia flagged, the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia, and representative offices of the Republic of Indonesia more abroad.
3. Characterize the Rupiah is a specific sign on every Rupiah set out with the aim to show identity, distinguishing the price or nominal value, and secure the Rupiah from attempts of forgery.
4. Paper Money is the raw material used to make the Rupiah paper that contain elements of safety and durability.
5. Metal Money is the raw material used to make the Rupiah metal containing elements of safety and durability. 6. Money is Paper Money Rupiah Rupiah in form of sheets made of Paper money.

7. Metal is Rupiah Rupiah in form of coins made of metal money.
8. the Rupiah not feasible Path is the Rupiah which consists of shabby, Rupiah Rupiah, and Rupiah broken.
9. Money Rupiah Shabby is money Rupiah its physical size and shape has not changed from its original size, but his condition has changed that, among others, because the mushrooms, oil, chemicals, or strokes.
10. Money Rupiah Rupiah flaw is the technical specification of the prints did not match that has been set by Bank Indonesia.
11. the Rupiah Damaged money is the physical size or the Rupiah has been changed from its original size, among others because of the burning, perforated, missing part, or the physical size of the Rupiah is different to its original size, among other things because of the torn or constrict.
12. A special Rupiah Rupiah was issued specifically for certain purposes or in order to commemorate the events that are national or international in nature and have different nominal values with the value selling.
13. the Rupiah Knockoffs are a matter of materials, sizes, colours, images, and/or its design resembles the Rupiah made, created, printed, copied, or distributed, not used as a means of payment with a humbling honor Rupiah as the symbol of the State.
14. Fake Rupiah was an object of materials, sizes, colours, images, and/or its design resembles the Rupiah made, created, printed, copied, distributed, or used as a means of payment is against the law.
15. The management of the Rupiah is an activity that includes planning, printing, Distribution, Dispensing, Revocation and withdrawal, as well as the destruction of the Rupiah is done effectively, efficient, transparent, and accountable.
16. Planning is a series of activities to establish the magnitude of the number and types of fractions to be printed based on estimated needs for Rupiah in the period. 17. activities is a set of Printing print money Rupiah.
18. Expenditure is a set of activities published the Rupiah as a legitimate means of payment on the territory of the State Union of Republic of Indonesia.
19. Trafficking is a set of activities to circulate or distribute the Rupiah in the territory of a unitary State of Republic Indonesia.
20. Revocation and withdrawal is a series of events that set the Rupiah no longer valid as a legitimate means of payment on the territory of the State Union of Republic of Indonesia.
21. The destruction is a set of activities making, fused, or other ways destroy the Rupiah so it does not resemble the Rupiah. 22. The Government is the Government of the Republic Indonesia.
23. The Bank is a public Bank as set forth in Act No. 7 of 1992 about Banking as amended by Act No. 10 of 1998 and public Bank Syariah as set forth in Act No. 21 of 2008 about Islamic banking.
CHAPTER II RANGE of FRACTIONAL RUPIAH and article 2 (1) the range of Rupiah consists of Rupiah Rupiah Money paper and metal.
(2) Bank Indonesia set a range of Rupiah as referred to in subsection (1) for any fractional Rupiah issued.
Article 3 (1) the price of the Rupiah is the face value listed on each fractional Rupiah.

(2) Bank Indonesia set fractions of Rupiah as referred to in paragraph (1).

CHAPTER III CHARACTERISTICS, design, and the RAW MATERIAL of MONEY RUPIAH article 4 (1) Bank Indonesia set Hallmark Rupiah.

(2) characteristic of Rupiah as referred to in subsection (1) consists of General characteristics and distinctive features.
(3) the General characteristics of Rupiah Paper referred to in paragraph (2) contains at least: a. image of Garuda Pancasila “ coat of arms ”;

b. the phrase “ ” Indonesia Republic unitary State;

c. Bank “ Indonesia ” phrases;

d. the term fractional in numbers and letters as their face value;

e. signature of the Government and Bank Indonesia;

f. serial number fractions;
g. text “ with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY, the UNITARY STATE of REPUBLIC of INDONESIA ISSUED a RUPIAH AS a LEGITIMATE MEANS of PAYMENT with a VALUE of ... ”; and h.  year emissions and in print.
(4) the General characteristics of Metal Rupiah as stipulated in paragraph (2) contains at least: a. image of Garuda Pancasila “ coat of arms ”;

b. Republic of Indonesia ” “ phrase;

c. Bank “ Indonesia ” phrases;

d. designation numbers as fractions in face value; and e. year emissions.
(5) the special characteristics of Rupiah as stipulated in paragraph (2) has the function as a safety in design, materials, and techniques of print. (6) the special characteristics of Rupiah as referred to in subsection (5) is open, closed, and semi enclosed.

Article 5 (1) characterize the Rupiah as stipulated in article 4 paragraph (2) does not contain images of people who are still alive.

(2) a national hero Image and/or the President listed as the main image on the front of the Rupiah.

Article 6 (1) of the Bank Indonesia Rupiah set design consisting of a specific sign, characteristics, size, and safety elements.
(2) certain Sign referred to in subsection (1) includes color, image, size, Big Money, raw materials, and other signs the Rupiah.
(3) a security Element as referred to in subsection (1) includes traits or markings that can be used by the visually impaired.
Article 7 (1) of the Bank Indonesia Rupiah set raw materials consisting of Paper Money or metal money.

(2) paper Money referred to in subsection (1) may be made from paper or other material.
(3) Metal Money referred to in subsection (1) may be made of aluminum, aluminum bronze, kupronikel, steel, other metals or materials.
(4) Bank Indonesia undertakes the procurement of raw materials and services that Rupiah is related to the procurement of raw materials Rupiah.
(5) Procurement of raw materials Rupiah as referred to in paragraph (4) give priority to domestic products by keeping quality, security and competitive rates.
(6) Implementation of procurement referred to in paragraph (4) refers to the provisions of Bank Indonesia concerning procurement in Bank Indonesia.
CHAPTER IV RUPIAH MONEY MANAGEMENT article 8 (1) of the Bank Indonesia Rupiah money management do include: a. the Planning stages;

b. Printing;

c. Expenditure;

d. Trafficking;

e. Revocation and withdrawal; and f.  The Destruction Of The Rupiah.
(2) Bank Indonesia is the only institution that is doing the spending, Distribution, and/or the Revocation and withdrawal of money in Rupiah as stipulated in paragraph (2) Letter c, letter d, and the letter e.
(3) Bank Indonesia undertakes the entire money management stages of Rupiah as stipulated in paragraph (1) with the following procedural safeguards.
Chapter V PLANNING RUPIAH article 9

(1) Bank Indonesia planning and the determination of the amount of money printed Rupiah to pay attention to, among others, assuming inflation rate, the assumption of economic growth, the plan of sorts and fractional Rupiah, as well as an estimate of the amount of Rupiah which was destroyed. (2) Bank Indonesia provides the amount of Rupiah which will be circulated.

CHAPTER VI PRINTING RUPIAH article 10 (1) of the Bank Indonesia Rupiah print domestically by pointing to state-owned enterprises as the executor of printing Money.
(2) the appointment of State-owned enterprises as the executor of printing Money in Rupiah as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out in accordance with the provisions of Bank Indonesia concerning the provision of services of printing Money at the Bank Indonesia Rupiah.
(3) in case of State-owned enterprises referred to in paragraph (2) States are not able to carry out Printing Money in Rupiah, so the State can point to other institutions to cooperate in the implementation of Printing Money in Rupiah with the eligible Printing Rupiah previously agreed between State-owned enterprises and Bank Indonesia.
(4) the designation of other institutions as referred to in paragraph (3) was done by State-owned enterprises through a process that is transparent and accountable as well as beneficial to the State, and must obtain the approval of Bank Indonesia.
(5) in case of State-owned enterprises can not meet the requirements of printing Money in Rupiah earlier agreed as referred to in paragraph (3), then Bank Indonesia may set other policies in order to maintain the availability of the Rupiah.
(6) State-owned enterprises referred to in paragraph (1) and other institutions as referred to in paragraph (3), must keep the quality, security and competitive rates in carrying out Printing Money to Bank Indonesia Rupiah.
CHAPTER VII SPENDING MONEY RUPIAH article 11 (1) Bank Indonesia set the date, month, and year started introduction of Rupiah which was issued as a legitimate means of payment on the territory of the State Union of Republic of Indonesia.
(2) Bank Indonesia issued a Rupiah as referred to in paragraph (1) with the Bank Indonesia Regulation which are placed in the Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia and was announced through the mass media. (3) the Rupiah issued by Bank Indonesia as referred to in paragraph (1) be exempt from customs postage labels.

CHAPTER VIII of the CIRCULATION of MONEY is considered Part of the RUPIAH Rupiah circulation of article 12 (1) Bank Indonesia is the only institution authorized to distribute Money to the Rupiah.
(2) circulation of Rupiah as referred to in subsection (1) done by Bank Indonesia in accordance with the requirements of the money supply.
(3) the Bank Indonesia Rupiah Money serial number determines the Paper in order to Trafficking Rupiah as referred to in paragraph (1).
The second part of cash Services and distribution of Rupiah Article 13 (1) activities of the circulation of Money in Rupiah as stipulated in article 12 paragraph (1) is done through the activities of the service and the distribution of cash Money. (2) cash services Activities as referred to in subsection (1) consists of deposits, withdrawals, and onsite.
(3) deposit and withdrawal as referred to in paragraph (2) is conducted by the Bank and/or other parties appointed by Bank.
(4) the Bank and/or other parties who carry out deposits referred to in subsection (3) must be doing the sorting and counting of Money Dollars which will be deposited to the Bank Indonesia correctly.
(5) Deposits and withdrawals of money in Rupiah as referred to in paragraph (3) must meet the requirements set by Bank Indonesia.
(6) further Provisions concerning the mechanisms and terms of depositing and withdrawing Money in Rupiah as referred to in paragraph (3), subsection (4), and subsection (5) is set with the Bank Indonesia circular letter.
Article 14 (1) the Bank should first conduct transactions Rupiah inter-bank remittance service can acquire prior to and/or withdrawal referred to in Article 13 paragraph (2).
(2) under certain conditions, Bank Indonesia can establish a Bank must not Transact Rupiah inter-bank as referred to in paragraph (1).
(3) the transaction Mechanism Rupiah inter-bank as referred to in paragraph (1) the written agreement poured in inter-bank (bye-laws).
(4) in the framework of the implementation of deposit and withdrawal as referred to in article 13 paragraph (2), the Bank is obligated to report to Bank Indonesia.
(5) further Provisions regarding the types of reports as well as the mechanism of delivery of the report referred to in subsection (4) is set with the Bank Indonesia circular letter.
Article 15 the Bank Indonesia Rupiah distribution activities as referred to in article 13 paragraph (1) which include the distribution of the Rupiah: a. antarkantor Bank Indonesia;

b. to the storage location Rupiah set by Bank Indonesia; and/or c. to the other party cooperating with Bank Indonesia in the cash services.

The third part Processing Rupiah by Bank and/or other parties appointed by Bank article 16 (1) in order to maintain the quality of the Rupiah in circulation and to prevent the circulation of Fake Rupiah in the community, the Bank and/or other parties appointed by Bank is obligated to perform processing Rupiah with Bank Indonesia meet.
(2) further Provisions regarding the processing of Rupiah as referred to in subsection (1) is set with the Bank Indonesia circular letter.
Part four money exchange Rupiah article 17 (1) Bank Indonesia or other parties appointed by Bank Indonesia Rupiah money exchange services to meet the needs of the community, with the following conditions: a. money exchange the Rupiah can be done in the same fraction or fractions of others; and/or b. Exchange of Rupiah, Battered Rupiah, and/or the Rupiah Damaged part due to burning or other reasons given the replacement in accordance with the requirements set forth in the regulations of Bank Indonesia. (2) Bank Indonesia does not provide replacement over the Rupiah lost or destroyed due to any cause.

Article 18 (1) Bank Indonesia gave a replacement over the Rupiah Shabby or Rupiah Flawed face of equal value.
(2) the replacement of the top Money Rupiah Shabby or Rupiah Defects referred to in subsection (1) is given by Bank Indonesia in a sign of the authenticity of the Rupiah can still be known or recognized.
Article 19 (1) Bank Indonesia gave a replacement over the Rupiah Damaged with the following conditions: a. Rupiah Paper 1. in terms of physical Paper Rupiah Money greater than 2/3 (two thirds) of its original size and feature of the Rupiah can be recognized its originality, given replacement of face value with the requirements: a) Rupiah damaged Paper is still a single entity with or without the complete serial number; or b) Rupiah damaged Paper does not constitute a single entity, and a second serial number on the Rupiah damaged Paper is complete and equal.
2. in the event of physical Paper Rupiah is equal to or less than 2/3 (two thirds) of its original size, is not granted reimbursement.
b. Metal Rupiah 1. in terms of physical Metal Rupiah is greater than 1/2 (one-) original size and characterized the Rupiah can be recognized its originality, given replacement of nominal value;
2. in the event of physical Metal Rupiah is equal to or less than 1/2 (a-) the size of the original, not granted reimbursement.
c. Rupiah Paper made from plastic (polymer) 1. in terms of physical Paper shrinks and the Rupiah is still intact as well as the hallmark of the Rupiah can be recognized its originality, given replacement of nominal value;
2. in terms of the physical Paper and scrunch Rupiah is not intact, given the replacement of the nominal value of all characterized the Rupiah can still be recognized its originality and physical Rupiah is greater than 2/3 (two thirds) of its original size.
(2) the Rupiah Shabby or flaw in the Rupiah damaged condition all satisfy the requirements referred to in subsection (1), is given a replacement with the same face value.
(3) the Rupiah Damaged part because burning is given a replacement with the same face value, all according to research the Bank Indonesia still can be recognized its originality and eligible for reimbursement may be granted.
(4) Bank Indonesia does not provide replacement over the Rupiah Damaged as mentioned in subsection (1) If according to Bank Indonesia Rupiah are thought to damage done intentionally or done deliberately.
Article 20 (1) a Bank that operates in the territory of a unitary State of Republic Indonesia Rupiah money exchange service provides to the public in accordance with the exchange of Rupiah as stipulated in article 17, article 18 and article 19.
(2) further Provisions regarding the provision of the services Exchange of Rupiah as referred to in subsection (1) is set with the Bank Indonesia circular letter.
The fifth part of the Money Remittance to the Bank Article 21 Rupiah Bank operating in the territory of the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia is obligated to accept deposits of money in Rupiah from the customer in various amounts and types of fractions.

CHAPTER IX ABROGATION and WITHDRAWAL of section 22 (1) Bank Indonesia set the Rupiah not as a legitimate means of payment on the territory of the State Union of Republic of Indonesia by way of plucking and pulling Money in Rupiah from circulation.
(2) Revocation and withdrawal of money in Rupiah as referred to in paragraph (1) established by the Bank Indonesia regulation Bank Indonesia that are placed in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia and was announced through the mass media.
(3) Bank Indonesia gave a replacement top dollar Money revoked and withdrawn from circulation as referred to in paragraph (1) of the same nominal value.

(4) the right to obtain a replacement over the Rupiah which was revoked and withdrawn from circulation as referred to in paragraph (3) does not apply after 10 (ten) years from the date of revocation.
(5) the period of reimbursement referred to in subsection (4), organized as follows: a. 5 (five) years from the date of revocation, the conversion is done at the Bank Indonesia, Bank operating in the territory of the unitary State of Republic of Indonesia, and other parties appointed by Bank Indonesia; and b.  5 (five) years since the end of the conversion period referred to in letter a, the Exchange is done in the Bank Indonesia.
(6) for the Rupiah which was revoked and withdrawn from circulation as referred to in paragraph (1), that in conditions of shabby, defective or damaged, the magnitude of the displacement is as stipulated in article 18 and article 19.
CHAPTER X DESTRUCTION RUPIAH Article 23 (1) Bank Indonesia carry out Destruction against: a. Rupiah Path is not feasible;
b. the Rupiah is still worthy of a path with a certain consideration no longer has economic benefits and/or lack of interest by the public; and/or c.  The Rupiah is not valid.
(2) the number and nominal value of Rupiah which was destroyed by Bank Indonesia as referred to in paragraph (1) are placed in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia periodically each 1 (one) year.
CHAPTER XI the GOVERNMENT'S COORDINATION with section 24 (1) the management of the Rupiah which includes planning, printing, and the destruction of the Rupiah as stipulated in article 8 paragraph (1) letter a, letter b, letter f and conducted by Bank Indonesia that coordinate with the Government.
(2) the implementation of coordination as referred to in paragraph (1) applied in the memorandum of understanding between Bank Indonesia and Government.
(3) the implementation of coordination between the Bank and the Government of Indonesia as referred to in paragraph (2) is conducted in the form of notification and exchange of information as Bank Indonesia consideration.
CHAPTER XII of the DETERMINATION of the AUTHENTICITY of the RUPIAH of article 25 (1) Bank Indonesia authorities to determine the authenticity of the Rupiah.
(2) on the basis of the authority referred to in subsection (1) of the Bank Indonesia Rupiah States that do not meet the characteristics of Rupiah as the Rupiah is not original. (3) the Rupiah is not original as referred to in paragraph (2) may be a fake or Rupiah Rupiah Knockoffs.
(4) in exercising the powers referred to in subsection (1), Bank Indonesia provides information and knowledge concerning the sign of the authenticity of the Rupiah to the community.
(5) in the implementation of the granting of information and knowledge concerning the sign of the authenticity of the Rupiah to the community as referred to in paragraph (3), Bank Indonesia can work together with other parties.
Article 26 (1) of the public can ask for clarifications to the Bank Indonesia Rupiah Money doubt about its authenticity.
(2) in the case based on the results of the clarification referred to in paragraph (1) the original stated Rupiah, Bank Indonesia provides reimbursement of the nominal value.
(3) in terms of Rupiah which revealed the original referred to in subsection (2) in a shabby, disabled, or damaged portion, the size of the replacement in accordance with the provisions referred to in Article 18 and article 19.
(4) in the case based on the results of the clarification referred to in paragraph (1) the Rupiah was declared not genuine, Bank Indonesia does not provide replacement and the Rupiah is not processed in accordance with the original.
Article 27 (1) the Bank should hold the Rupiah which doubted its authenticity is received from the community.
(2) against the Rupiah which is doubtful authenticity referred to in subsection (1), the Bank asked for clarification to Bank Indonesia as stipulated in article 26.
CHAPTER XIII COOPERATION COUNTERMEASURE of FAKE RUPIAH Article 28 in order to support tackling Counterfeit Rupiah, Bank Indonesia cooperation with bodies that co-ordinate the eradication of Fake Rupiah Money and/or authorized agencies.

CHAPTER XIV SPECIAL RUPIAH Article 29 (1) Bank Indonesia may issue Special top either Rupiah Bank Indonesia's own initiative or on the petition of the other party.
(2) Bank Indonesia set the date, month, and year started a special Rupiah entry into force referred to in subsection (1).
(3) in case a special Rupiah issued on application to the other party, Bank Indonesia wearing royalty over spending money a special Rupiah.
(4) the range of Special Rupiah issued as referred to in subsection (1) consists of Rupiah Rupiah Money paper and metal. (5) a special Rupiah have characterized the Rupiah as stipulated in article 4 paragraph (3) and subsection (4).
(6) Paper issued Rupiah Money referred to in subsection (4) may take the form of paper takes up Rupiah (uncut banknotes).
(7) a special Rupiah issued by Bank Indonesia is a legitimate means of payment and guaranteed by Bank Indonesia amounting to a nominal value.
(8) a special Rupiah Spending done by the Bank Indonesia Regulations are placed in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia and was announced through the mass media. (9) Special Rupiah issued by Bank Indonesia in limited quantities.
(10) Bank Indonesia or other parties appointed by Bank Indonesia did a Special Rupiah circulation as referred to in paragraph (1).
(11) In terms of spending money on Special application made on the Rupiah, the distribution and sale of the Rupiah can be done by applying a special Rupiah meant spending money.
CHAPTER XV the PROVISION of MEANS of SOCIALIZATION RUPIAH and NEW EMISSION CRITERIA EXAMPLE RUPIAH article 30 (1) Bank Indonesia provides a means for disseminating the new emission every Rupiah in the shape of specimens, visualization Paper Rupiah through information technology, and/or any other form. (2) the Specimens referred to in subsection (1) is not a legitimate means of payment.

Article 31 (1) Bank Indonesia stipulates the criteria example Rupiah or objects that resemble the Rupiah can be used for educational purposes and/or promotion.
(2) examples of Rupiah or objects that resemble the Rupiah as referred to in subsection (1) must contain the word specimen “ ”.
(3) further Provisions on the criteria example Rupiah or objects that resemble the Rupiah as referred to in subsection (1) is set with the Bank Indonesia circular letter.
CHAPTER XVI SUPERVISION Article 32 (1) Bank Indonesia to conduct surveillance against the Bank and/or other parties appointed by Bank in conducting processing Rupiah as stipulated in article 16 paragraph (1).
(2) further Provisions regarding the scope and procedures of supervision referred to in subsection (1) is set with the Bank Indonesia circular letter.
CHAPTER XVII the SANCTIONS of article 33 of the Bank did not do the sorting and counting of Money Dollars which will be deposited to the Bank Indonesia correctly as stipulated in article 13 paragraph (4) penalties in the form of: a. a written reprimand;
b. obligation quotation for screened every Rupiah deposit activity for a certain period if the Bank has obtained three (3) times a written reprimand for violation of the same type;
c. denial of the activities in terms of Rupiah deposits based on a test of quotation referred to in subparagraph b, the activities of the remittance Money Rupiah did not meet the requirements set by Bank Indonesia.
Article 34 (1) in the case based on the results of supervision conducted by Bank Indonesia as stipulated in article 32 paragraph (1) there is a Bank and/or other parties appointed by Bank in violation of obligation processing Rupiah as stipulated in article 16, subject to sanctions in the form of a written reprimand.
(2) in addition to the written reprimand as referred to in paragraph (1), Bank Indonesia doing the construction to the Bank and/or other parties appointed by Bank, including asking for a commitment to improvement.
(3) a Bank or other parties appointed by Bank that has obtained a letter of reprimand and coaching as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) which does not implement appropriate improvements to the commitment given, imposed a ban on sanctions for doing the remittance Money Rupiah within a certain period.
Article 35 the Bank refused to accept deposits of money from the customer in Rupiah as stipulated in article 9 subject to criminal sanctions as set forth in Act No. 7 of the year 2011 about the currency.

CHAPTER XVIII the CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 36 common Rupiah Paper referred to in article 4 paragraph (3) comes into force on August 17, 2014.

Article 37 the Bank Indonesia Regulations at the time it went into effect, then all the rules of implementation of the Bank Indonesia Regulation number 6/14/PBI/2004 dated 22 June 2004 about spending, Distribution, Revocation and withdrawal, as well as the destruction of the Rupiah as amended by Bank Indonesia Regulation No. 9/6/PBI/2007 dated 30 August 2007 was declared still valid throughout does not conflict with the regulations of Bank Indonesia.

Article 38 by the time the Regulation of Bank Indonesia started to apply then: a. Bank Indonesia Regulation number 6/14/PBI/2004 dated 22 June 2004 about spending, Distribution, Revocation and withdrawal, as well as the destruction of the Rupiah; and b. the regulation Bank Indonesia number 9/10/PBI/2007 dated 30 August 2007 about changes to the Bank Indonesia Regulation number 6/14/PBI/2004 dated 22 June 2004 about spending, Distribution, Revocation and withdrawal, as well as the destruction of the Rupiah, revoked and declared inapplicable.
Article 39 of the regulation of Bank Indonesia began to take effect on the date set.


In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the Bank Indonesia Regulations enactment this by its placement in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia.

Established in Jakarta on tanggal27 June 2012 GOVERNOR DARMIN NASUTION, BANK INDONESIA Enacted in Jakarta on June 27, 2012, MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS Republic of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN fnFooter ();