Regional Regulation Number 5 In 2011

Original Language Title: Peraturan Daerah Nomor 5 Tahun 2011

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HOTEL MAYOR TASIKMALAYA TOWN TASIKMALAYA REGIONAL REGULATION number 5 in 2011 ABOUT LEVY PUBLIC SERVICE with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the MAYOR of TASIKMALAYA, Considering: a. that the levy region is one of the important sources of revenue in order to finance the holding of local governance; b. that in order to improve service to the community and independence area, the policy needs to be done is carried out based on the principles of democracy, equity and justice, as well as the role of community and accountability with regard for the potential of the region; c. that have been promulgation of Act No. 28 of 2009 about local tax and Regional Levies, then local regulations governing Tasikmalaya about Levy's Public Services is not appropriate so that needs to be returned; d. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, letter b, letter c and the need to establish local regulations concerning Public Service Levies; Remember: 1. Act No. 8 of 1981 on the law of criminal procedure (State Gazette Number 76 of 1981, additional State Gazette Number 3209); 2. Act No. 10 of 2001 on the establishment of the town of Tasikmalaya (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 90 in 2001, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4117); 3. Act No. 10 of 2004 concerning the formation of Legislation (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 53 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4389); 4. Act No. 29 of 2004 concerning the practice of Medicine (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 116 of 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4431); 5. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 125 of 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4437), as it has several times changed with Act No. 12 of 2008 about the second amendment in the Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844); 1 http://bphn.go.id/6. Act No. 33 of 2004 concerning the Financial Equalization between the Central Government and the regional Government (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 126 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4438); 7. Act No. 38 of 2004 concerning road (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 132 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4444); 8. Act No. 18 of 2008 on waste management (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 69 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4851); 9. Act No. 22 of 2009 about traffic and Road Transport (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 2009 Number 96, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5025); 10. Act No. 27 of 2009 about the people's Consultative Assembly, the House of representatives, regional representative Council and the regional House of representatives (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 123 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5043); 11. Act No. 28 of 2009 about local tax and Regional Levies (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 130 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5049); 12. Act No. 36 of 2009 about health (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 144 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5063); 11. Government Regulation Number 27 in 1983 on the implementation of the book of the law of criminal procedure (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 36 in 1983, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1136), as amended by government regulation Number 58 in 2010 about changes to the Government Regulation Number 27 in 1983 on the implementation of the book of the law of criminal procedure (Law Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 90 in 2010 Additional Sheets, the Republic of Indonesia Number 5145); 12. Government Regulation Number 52 in 2000 about the Organization of telecommunications (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 2000 Number 107, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3980); 13. Government Regulation Number 53 in 2000 on the use of Radio Frequency Spectrum and Satellite Orbits (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 108 in 2000, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3981); 14. Government Regulation Number 58 in 2005 about the financial management area (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 140 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4578); 15. Government Regulation Number 79 in 2005 about Coaching Guidelines and supervision of the Organization of the Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 165 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4593); 2 http://bphn.go.id/16. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, local governance And local governance of the province, Kabupaten/Kota (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4737); 17. Government Regulation number 19 of 2010 regarding the procedures for the implementation of Tasks and authorities as well as the financial position of the Governor as the representative of the Government in the territory of the province (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 25 in 2010, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5107), as amended by regulation of the Government of the number 23 in 2011 about the changes to the Government Regulation number 19 of 2010 regarding the procedures for the implementation of Tasks and authorities as well as the financial position of the Governor as the representative of the Government in the territory of the province (State Gazette of Republic of Indonesia Year 2011 Number 44, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5209); 18. Government Regulation Number 69 in 2010 about the procedures for the granting of Tax Incentives and utilization of Voting area and Regional Retribution (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 119 in 2010, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5161); 19. Regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs number 13 Year 2006 about Regional Financial Management Guidelines as it has been modified several times, the last with a regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs Number 21 in 2011 about the second amendment over the regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs number 13 year 2006 Financial Management Guidelines of the region; 20. Ordinance No. 9 of Tasikmalaya City Area in 2006 about the Financial Management area (Sheet Area Tasikmalaya 2006 Number 70); 22. Rule number 3 Tasikmalaya City Area in 2008 about the Affairs of governance into the authority of the Government of the city of Tasikmalaya (Tasikmalaya Regional Gazette in 2008 Number 83); 23. Regulation No. 8 of Tasikmalaya City Area in 2008 on the establishment of the Organization the device region (the regional Gazette Tasikmalaya in 2008 Number 92) as amended by regulation of the regional town of Tasikmalaya number 6 in 2010 about the changes to the Regulation of the regional city of Tasikmalaya number 8 in 2008 on the establishment of the Organization the device region (the regional Sheets 2010 Tasikmalaya Number 119); Together with the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES and Mayor of TASIKMALAYA CITY AREA TASIKMALAYA DECIDED: setting: LOCAL REGULATIONS CONCERNING PUBLIC SERVICE LEVIES 3 http://bphn.go.id/


CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 in regulation of this area, which meant with: 1. The area is the town of Tasikmalaya. 2. The Central Government, which is hereinafter referred to as the Government, is the President of the Republic of Indonesia that holds the powers of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia as stipulated in the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945. 3. Local Government is the Mayor and the Region as organizer of local governance. 4. The Mayor is the Mayor of Tasikmalaya. 5. The House of representatives next abbreviated areas of PARLIAMENT is the House of representatives of the regional town of Tasikmalaya. 6. The organization further shortened areas Device OPD is the Organization of the regional city of Tasikmalaya Device wing levy area. 7. The head of the Organization further shortened areas Device Head OPD is the head of the Organization's Regional wing Device levy area. 8. the designated Official is an officer appointed by the Mayor to carry out specific tasks in the field regional retribution according legislation. 9. The Agency is a group of people and/or capital which is unity, both doing business and not doing business that includes limited liability company, the company komanditer, the company's other State-owned enterprises (SOEs), or areas owned enterprises (BUMD) with name and in whatever form, firm, peers, cooperatives, pension funds, Association, Assembly, foundations, organizations, social and political organizations, or other organizations forms, institutions and other bodies including the collective investment contract and business form anyway. 10. Regional Levies, which are hereinafter referred to as Retribution, is the regional levy as payment for services or granting certain specific permissions are provided and/or provided by local governments for the benefit of private persons or entities. 11. The service is an activity of local government in the form of businesses and services that cause the goods, benefit, or other facilities that can be enjoyed by private persons or entities. 12. Public Services are the services provided or administered by the local authorities for the purpose of public interest and benefit and can be enjoyed by private persons or entities. 13. Return Service is a reward received by the implementing Ministry to the service provided to patients in the course of observation, diagnosis, treatment, consultation, visite, medical rehabilitation and other services. 4 http://bphn.go.id/14. Some of the services of the means is the rewards received by clinics and other health facilities over the usage of means, facilities and materials used in the course of treatment, treatment, observation and medical rehabilitation. 15. Compulsory Levy is a private person or entity according to the laws and regulations required to make a payment levy levy, including cutting certain retribution or collectors. 16. The time of Retribution is a period of time which is the time limit for the Compulsory Levy to make use of certain services and the licensing of the local Governments concerned. 17. Regional Levies Deposit Letter, hereinafter abbreviated SSRD, is proof of the payment or remittance of levies has been done by using the form or have done with another way to cash payment through an area designated by the Mayor. 18. The letter of the statutes of the regional Government, hereinafter abbreviated SKRD, is the letter that specifies the magnitude of the levy provision principal amount owed levy. 19. Letter of the statutes of the regional Levy More Pay, hereinafter abbreviated as SKRDLB, is a letter of the Ordinance levies which determine the amount of excess payment of levies due to the amount of the credit is larger than the levy owed or retribution should not be payable. 20. Letter Bill Levy Area, hereinafter abbreviated STRD, is a letter to do Bill levy and/or administrative sanction in the form of interest and/or a fine. 21. the administrative Sanctions is the sanction imposed by the administration officials against any person or entity that performs administrative violations which significantly have been regulated in the regulation of this area. 22. Criminal sanctions are a type of sanction that is a gross diancamkan or imposed against the perpetrators of the criminal act or deed or criminal acts that may disrupt or harm to the public interest, as well as the operations of the national development process. 23. Investigators are certain civil servant officials who are specifically authorized by law to conduct the investigation. 24. The investigation in the field of investigation is retribution area in the form of a series of actions taken by Investigators to search for and collect the evidence with the evidence it makes light of the criminal acts in the field regional retribution happening as well as finding should suspect. 25. Voting is a set of activities ranging from gathering together the data of the object and the subject of Retribution, the determination of the magnitude of the Levies owed to the billing activities to Levy Compulsory Levies as well as the supervision of penyetorannya. 5 http://bphn.go.id/CHAPTER II AIMS and OBJECTIVES article 2 (1) the meaning of the establishment of local regulations is to govern the imposition of a levy on the region with attention to aspects of the community, justice and effectiveness aspects pengendlian over services to the community in the town of Tasikmalaya. (2) the purpose of the establishment of the regulation of this area is to provide legal certainty for local government and communities in the imposition of a levy on ballot levy over the area in the town of Tasikmalaya. CHAPTER III SCOPE article 3 scope of the Regulations in this Area regulates: a. the type of retribution; b. how to measure the level of use of the service; c. principles and objectives in the determination of the price of retribution; d. structure and magnitude of tariff levies; e. levy region; f. determination of payment, place of payment, installments and payment delays; g. levy of the poll; h removal of accounts receivable levy expired; i. period of retribution; j. granting relief, reduction and exemption of retribution; k. voting incentives; b. investigation; d. criminal provisions; and n. provisions cover. CHAPTER IV LEVY is considered part of the Common TYPE of article 4 types of Public Service Levies charged in the area are: a. Levy health services; b. Levy of service Persampahan/Hygiene; c. Levy Replacement Cost Print Card Signs residents and civil registry Certificate; d. Funeral Services and Levy Pengabuan Undead; e. Levy Service parking at the edge of the public roads; f. Testing the motor vehicle Levy; g. Levy inspection of fire extinguishers; h. Levy Replacement Costs of printed maps; i. Levy Provision and/or are siphoned off Latrines; and j. Levy Control telecommunications tower. 6 http://bphn.go.id/the second part of Paragraph 1 health services Levy Name Levy article 5 under the name health care Levy imposed a levy on top of the health service by the local government. Paragraph 2 of article 6 Levy Object (1) Ministry of health levy on Objects referred to in article 4 of the letter a is the health service at the health centers, health centers, clinics, treatment and Hall place other similar health services that are owned and/or managed by local governments, except the service registration. (2) Exempt from levy on health service referred to in subsection (1) is the health service carried out by the Government, STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, LOCAL, and private parties. Paragraph 3 a compulsory levy on the subject and article 7 (1) the subject of health services Levy is a private person or entity that acquires or receives health services at health centers, health centers, clinics, treatment and Hall place other similar health services. (2) a compulsory levy on health services is a private person who according to the provisions of the legislation levies are required to pay levies, including Gleaner or cutting health services levy. The third part Retribution Service Persampahan/cleanliness of Paragraph 1 the name Levy article 8 with the name Persampahan/Hygiene Services Levy imposed a levy on top of the persampahan/hygiene services organized by the local government. 7 http://bphn.go.id/


Paragraph 2 of article 9 Levy Object (1) Ministry of Retribution Object Persampahan/Hygiene as stipulated in article 4 subparagraph b persampahan/hygiene services are organized by the local government, comprising: a. retrieval/garbage collection from the source to the location of the temporary disposal; b. transport of waste from its source and/or disposal location while the disposal/dumping of trash end; and c. provision of location of the disposal/destruction of the end of junk. (2) exempt from levy on objects referred to in subsection (1) is the service of cleanliness of public roads, parks, places of worship, social, and other public places. Paragraph 3 a compulsory levy on the subject and article 10 (1) of the subject Persampahan/Hygiene Services Levy is a private person or entity that acquires Persampahan services/hygiene. (2) a compulsory Levy of service Persampahan/Cleanliness is a private person or body according to the provisions of the legislation levies are required to pay levies, including Gleaner or cutting service levy persampahan/hygiene. The fourth part of the print costs of Replacement Levy Card residents and civil registry Deed Paragraph 1 the name Levy article 11 under the name Levy Replacement Cost Print Card Signs residents and civil registry Deed imposed a levy on top of the cost of replacement cards printing services sign residents and civil registry deed held by the local government. Paragraph 2 of article 12 Levy Object Object Levy Replacement Cost Print Card Signs residents and civil registry Deed as referred to in article 4 letter c is a service mark of cards: a. population; b. family card; c. card information resides; 8 http://bphn.go.id/d. temporary resident card; e. the seasonal resident identity card; and f. the deed of the Civil Registry Act which include marriage, divorce certificate, deed of endorsement and recognition of the child, a deed of change of name for the citizens of foreign countries, and the death certificate. Paragraph 3 a compulsory levy on the subject and Article 13 (1) the subject of Retribution Replacement Cost Print Card Signs residents and civil registry Certificate are private people who obtain services Reimbursement and/or print Card Signs residents and civil registry Certificate. (2) a compulsory levy on Replacement Cost Print Card Signs residents and civil registry Certificate are private persons according to the provisions of the legislation levies are required to pay levies, including Gleaner or cutter replacement levy cost print Card Signs residents and civil registry Certificate. The fifth part Retribution Service funeral and Corpse Pengabuan Paragraph 1 of article 14 with Levy's name the name of the Funeral Service and Levy Pengabuan Undead imposed a levy on top of the funeral and corpse pengabuan services provided by the local government. Paragraph 2 of article 15 Levy Object Object and Pengabuan Funeral Service Levy of the bodies referred to in article 4 letter d is a service of the funeral and Corpse Pengabuan which include: a. service of burial/funeral including excavation and backfill the corpse; and b. rent corpse burial sites owned or managed local governments. Paragraph 3 a compulsory levy on the subject and article 16 (1) the subject of the Funeral Service and Levy Pengabuan Undead is a private person or entity that acquires funeral services and pengabuan bodies. 9 http://bphn.go.id/(2) a compulsory Levy of service funeral and Corpse Pengabuan is a private person or body according to the provisions of the legislation levies are required to pay levies, including Gleaner or funeral and service levies cutter pengabuan cadavers. The sixth part Retribution Service parking at the curb General Paragraph 1 the name Levy article 17 with the name Levy Service parking at the curb imposed a levy on top of the Public service of the public road at the edge of parking provided by local governments. Paragraph 2 of article 18 Retribution Object Objects on the edge of Parking Services Levy public roads referred to in article 4 of the letter e is the provision of the service of parking at the curb General specified by local governments in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. Paragraph 3 subject and Mandatory levy on article 19 (1) the subject of Retribution Service parking at the curb is a private person or entity that acquires the parking services at the edge of the road. (2) a compulsory Levy of service parking at the curb is a private person or body according to the provisions of the legislation levies are required to pay levies, including the collector or the cutter on the edge of parking services levy on public roads. The seventh part of the testing of the motor vehicle Levy Paragraph 1 article 20 Levy's name with the name of the test of the motor vehicle Levy imposed a levy on top of every Ministry in the performance testing of motor vehicles provided by local governments. 10 http://bphn.go.id/Paragraph 2 of article 21 Levy Object Object Testing the motor vehicle Levy referred to in article 4 of the letter f is the service of Testing of motor vehicles, including motor vehicle on water, in accordance with the provisions of the legislation, organized by the local government. Paragraph 3 a compulsory levy on the subject and Article 22 (1) the subject of Retribution Testing of motor vehicles is a private person or entity that acquires motor vehicle Testing services. (2) a compulsory levy on the testing of motor vehicles is a private person or body according to the provisions of the legislation levies are required to pay levies, including collector or utensil test motor vehicle levy. The eighth part Retribution Inspection fire extinguishers Paragraph 1 the name Levy Article 23 under the name Levy Inspection fire extinguishers imposed a levy on top of the service inspection and/or testing tool pemadan tool for tackling the fire, fire, and rescue the soul by local governments. Paragraph 2 of article 24 levy of Objects the object of Inspection fire extinguishers Levy referred to in article 4 of the letter g is a Ministry inspection and/or testing of fire extinguishers, fire prevention and rescue the soul by local governments against fire tools, tools for tackling the fires and rescue the soul of the tools owned and/or used by the community. Paragraph 3 subject and Mandatory levy on Article 25 (1) the subject of Retribution Inspection fire extinguishers is a private person or entity that acquires services Inspection fire extinguishers. 11 http://bphn.go.id/(2) Compulsory Levy Inspection fire extinguishers is a private person or body according to the provisions of the legislation levies are required to pay levies, including Gleaner or cutter levy inspection fire extinguishers. The ninth section Levy Replacement Costs Print Map Paragraph 1 the name Levy Article 26 under the name Levy the cost of Printing a map imposed a levy on top of the service providing a map created by the local government. Paragraph 2 of article 27 Retribution Object Object Replacement Levy the cost of Printing the map referred to in article 4 of the letter h is the provision of a map created by the local government. Paragraph 3 subjects and Compulsory Levies Article 28 (1) the subject of Retribution Reimbursement Print map is a private person or body of people who use/enjoy/exploit service Print map. (2) a compulsory levy on the replacement cost of the Print map is a private person or body according to the provisions of the legislation levies are required to pay levies, including Gleaner or cutter replacement levy the cost of printing the map. The tenth part of the Levy Provision and/or Latrines are siphoned off the paragraph 1 of article 29 with Levy's name name of the Levy Provision and/or levies withheld over Outhouses are siphoned off service provision and/or latrines are siphoned off by the local government. 12 http://bphn.go.id/Paragraphs 2 Object Levy article 30 (1) a levy on Objects the provision and/or Latrines are siphoned off as referred to in article 4 of the letter i is the provision of services and/or the latrines are siphoned off is done by local government. (2) exempt from levy on objects referred to in subsection (1) is a service providing and/or are siphoned off latrines provided, owned and/or managed by the STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, LOCAL GOVERNMENT and private parties. Paragraph 3 subject and Mandatory levy on article 31 (1) the subject of the Levy Provision and/or private Latrines are siphoned off is the person or entity acquiring services of providing and/or Toilet are siphoned off. (2) Compulsory Levies and/or provision of Latrines are siphoned off is a private person or body according to the provisions of the legislation levies are required to pay levies, including Gleaner or cutter levy provision and/or latrines are siphoned off. The eleventh section of the telecommunications Tower Control Levy Paragraph 1 of article 32 Levy's name with the name of Levy imposed levies telecommunications tower Control over utilization of space for telecommunication towers. Paragraph 2 of article 33 Retribution Object Object Control telecommunications tower Levy referred to in article 4 of the letter j is the utilization of space for telecommunication tower with attention to spatial aspects, security and the public interest. Paragraph 3 subjects and Compulsory Levies Article 34 (1) the subject of Retribution Control telecommunications tower is a private person or entity that acquires the telecommunication Tower Control services. 13 http://bphn.go.id/


(2) Compulsory Levy Control telecommunications tower is a private person or body according to the provisions of the legislation levies are required to pay levies, including cutting or controlling retribution collector telecommunications tower. Chapter V HOW to MEASURE the LEVEL of USE of the SERVICE of article 35 (1) the level of use of the service, as measured by taking into account operating costs, maintenance, interest expense and cost of capital over the provision of the service concerned. (2) the level of use of the service referred to in subsection (1) is the amount of use of the service, which provided the basis of the allocation of the burden of the costs are borne of local government for the services in question. CHAPTER VI PRINCIPLES and OBJECTIVES in the DETERMINATION of TARIFF LEVY on Article 36 (1) Principles and objectives in the determination of tariff levies are set having regard to the cost of providing the service in question, the ability of the Community aspect, fairness, and effectiveness of control over the Ministry. (2) the fee referred to in subsection (1) includes the operation and maintenance costs, interest charges, and the cost of capital. (3) in the event that the determination of the tariffs are fully mindful of the cost of providing the service, the setting of rates only to cover a portion of the cost. (4) the printing fee Card Replacement Levy Sign Residents only takes into account the costs of printing and administering. (5) the levy on health services in addition to paying attention to the costs referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2) and subsection (3) also takes into account some services and some services facilities. (6) Some services as referred to in paragraph (5) composed of: a. the Return inspection and consulting services; b. Some Services Act; c., and convenience services visite; and d. the care services and convenience. (7) some of the services of the means referred to in subsection (5) does not include materials and consumables are used. Article 37 (1) Tariff Levy reviewed the longest of three (3) years. 14 http://bphn.go.id/(2) review of tariff Levy referred to in subsection (1) is done by observing the price index and the development of the economy. (3) the determination of the price of the Levy referred to in subsection (2) are defined by regulation the Mayor. CHAPTER VII STRUCTURE and MAGNITUDE of TARIFF LEVY on Article 38 (1) every person or entity that acquires services levy public service is obliged to pay retribution. (2) the structure and magnitude of tariff levies assigned as listed in annex I up to the attachment of X that is part an integral part of the regulation of this area. (3) the determination of the way the Protocol, path of the collector and the Environment as referred to in annex II of the regulation area is further regulated by the Mayor. (4) Certain public roads Location Assignment and location Not Certain public roads as referred to in annex V of the regulation area is further regulated by the Mayor. CHAPTER VIII REGION LEVY Article 39 General Service Levies imposed on indebted area. CHAPTER IX the DETERMINATION of payment, PLACE of payment, INSTALLMENT PAYMENT DELAYS and article 40 (1) determination of the Levy payment owed should be repaid at once. (2) the place of payment of the Levy is done in the Cash area or another place designated by the Mayor. (3) the mayor or the designated Officer may give consent to the Compulsory Levy for mengangsur Levy payable in a certain period, after fulfilling the requirements specified. (4) an installment payment of levy as referred to paragraph (3) should be done in a certain row with flowers of 2% (two percent) a month from the amount of retribution that has not been paid or less. (5) the mayor or the designated Officer may give consent to the Compulsory Levy to postpone payment of the levy until the specified deadline after fulfilling the requirements specified by charged interest of 2% (two percent) a month from the amount of the levy. 15 http://bphn.go.id/(6) further Provisions on the requirements to be able to mengangsur and delaying payments as well as the procedures for the payment of the levies as meant in paragraph (4) and paragraph (5), subject to the regulations of the Mayor. CHAPTER X of the POLL is considered part of the LEVY Ordinance vote of Article 41 (1) Levy imposed by using SKRD or other documents used interchangeably. (2) other documents used interchangeably referred to in paragraph (1) may be in the form of tickets, coupons and/or subscription card. (3) in the case of compulsory Levies do not pay on time or less pay, administrative penalties in the form of an interest rate of 2% (two percent) per month from the Levy payable that is not or less paid and billed using STRD. (4) in the case of compulsory Levies do not pay on time or less pay, then in addition to the penalties referred to in paragraph (3) is also required to pay the levy owed that is not or less pay and charged with using STRD. (5) the procedures for the implementation of the Levy set by regulation ballots for mayor. The second part of the payment Procedures of article 42 (1) the payment of the levy must be made in cash and in full. (2) the payment of retribution done in the Cash area or other areas designated with the given payment. (3) in the event that payment is made at the place or the designated Office, then the results of the levy paid in Cash to the Region at least 1 x 24 hours or other specified by the Mayor. The third section of the Billing Procedures of article 43 (1) a levy payable Billing using STRD and preceded by a letter of Reprimand issued by the mayor or appointed officials. (2) Letter of reprimand/Warning Expenditure/other similar Letters as early actions implementing billing Levy issued soon after 7 (seven) days since the payment is due. 16 http://bphn.go.id/(3) within a period of 7 (seven) days after the date of the letter of Reprimand/warning/other similar Letters, the compulsory Levy should pay Retribusinya owed. (4) letter of Reprimand/warning/other similar Letter referred to in subsection (1) is issued by the designated Officer. (5) billing procedures and the issuance of letters of reprimand/warning/other similar letters are set by regulation the Mayor. Part four Objections to article 44 (1) Mandatory certain Retribution can file objections to the mayor or appointed officials over SKRD or other documents which are used interchangeably. (2) an objection is filed in writing in the language of Indonesia with clear reasons. (3) the objection must be filed in writing within three (3) months from the date of SKRD published, unless Mandatory levy on certain time period may indicate that it cannot be fulfilled due to circumstances beyond his control. (4) circumstances beyond his control as referred to in paragraph (3) is a State that occurs outside the will or authority of a compulsory Levy. (5) the filing of an objection does not suspend the obligation of paying the Levy and implementation of billing retribution. Article 45 (1) the Mayor for a period of not longer than 6 (six) months from the date of the letter of Objection received to give decision on objections filed by publishing the decision letter of Objection. (2) the provisions referred to in subsection (1) is to provide legal certainty for a compulsory Levy, that the objection raised by the Mayor's decision should be given. (3) the decision of the Mayor over the objections can be either entirely or partially accept, reject, or increase the magnitude of the Levy owed. (4) if the period referred to in subsection (1) has passed and the Mayor has not given a decision, the objection filed is considered granted. Article 46 (1) if the filing of an objection was granted partially or completely, the excess payment of Levy refunded with plus rewards interest of 2% (two percent) a month for the longest 12 (twelve) months. (2) in return for interest referred to in subsection (1) is calculated from the month payment up to the publication SKRDLB. 17 http://bphn.go.id/


CHAPTER XI ELIMINATION OF ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE LEVY EXPIRED Article 47 (1) the right to perform billing Levy became obsolete after the time exceeds three (3) years counted since terutangnya Retribution, unless Compulsory Levies do criminal acts in the field regional Retribution. (2) billing Expiring Levy referred to in subsection (1) tertangguh if: a. published a letter of Reprimand; or b. There is recognition of a debt Levy of Mandatory Levies, whether direct or indirect. (3) in the case of published letters of Reprimand as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a, the expiry date is calculated from billing he received letters of Reprimand. (4) the recognition of a debt Levy are directly referred to in paragraph (2) letter b is compulsory Levy with her awareness of States still have debt to pay it off and not Retribution to the Government of the region. (5) a debt Recognition Levy indirectly referred to in paragraph (2) letter b can be known from the filing of the petition or delay the payment of installments and petition objections by Compulsory Levy. Article 48 (1) accounts receivable Levy that might not billed again because the right to perform the billing already expired can be eliminated. (2) the mayor or appointed Officials set a decision of removal of accounts receivable Levies which already expired as intended in paragraph (1). (3) the procedures for removal of accounts receivable Levy out-of-date Regulations subject to the Mayor. CHAPTER XII the TIME LEVY Article 49 Time Levy was at the time of Compulsory Levy utilizing services over public services levy from local governments. CHAPTER XIII the GRANTING of WAIVERS, REDUCTION and EXEMPTION LEVY article 50 (1) a written plea from Mayor based on compulsory levies may provide relief, reduction or exemption of retribution. 18 http://bphn.go.id/(2) the terms and procedures for the granting of waivers and exemption, reduction of levy is governed more by the Mayor's Rules. CHAPTER XIV VOTING INCENTIVE Clause 51 (1) exercising voting OPD retribution can be given incentives on the basis of the achievement of specific performance. (2) the granting of incentives referred to in paragraph (1) established through the budget revenue and Shopping area. (3) the procedures for administering and exploiting the incentives referred to in paragraph (1) be organized and established by the Mayor on the basis of legislation. CHAPTER XV INVESTIGATION Article 52 (1) of the particular civil servant Officials in the local government environment was authorized as a Special Investigator to conduct the investigation of criminal acts in the field of levy, referred to in the law of criminal procedure. (2) the investigator as referred to in subsection (1) is the particular civil servant officials in the environment of local government appointed by the competent authority in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. (3) the investigating Authority referred to in subsection (1) is: a. receive, search for, collect, and researching information or reports with regard to criminal acts in the field of retribution so that such reports or information becomes more complete and clear; b. examine, search, and collects personal information about the person or entity about the truth of the acts committed in connection with the criminal acts of retribution; c. requesting information and evidence from a private person or entity with respect to any criminal action in the field of retribution; d. examine the books, records, and other documents with regard to criminal acts in the field of retribution; e. conducting the search to obtain evidence bookkeeping, record keeping, and other documents, as well as do foreclosures against evidence; f. enlisted the help of experts in the framework of the implementation of the tasks of investigation criminal acts in the field of retribution; g. sent stop and/or prohibit someone leave the room or place at the time the examination is in progress and check the identity of people, things, and/or documents taken; 19 http://bphn.go.id/h. photographing someone related to the criminal acts of retribution; i. call the people to be heard and examined his statement as a suspect or a witness; j. stop the investigation; and/or k. other action necessary for the smooth running of the crime investigation in the field of levy in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. (4) the investigator as referred to in paragraph (1) notify the commencement of investigation and convey the results of penyidikannya to the public prosecutor's Office Police officials through the Republic of Indonesia, in accordance with the provisions set forth in the law of criminal procedure. CHAPTER XVI of the CRIMINAL PROVISIONS Article 53 Compulsory Levies that are not to the detriment of financial responsilities Area threatened criminal confinement of not longer than three (3) months or a criminal fine of at most three (3) times the amount of Levy payable that is not or less paid. Article 54 the fines referred to in Article 53, constitutes acceptance of the State. CHAPTER XVII the CONCLUDING PROVISIONS of article 55 of the regulation at the time of this area comes into force, then: 1. Applicable local Tasikmalaya number 22 in 2003 about the Levy of service Persampahan (the regional Gazette Tasikmalaya 2003 number 22) and rules of its implementation; 2. Applicable local Tasikmalaya Number 24 in 2003 about the Levy are siphoned off the stool (Tasikmalaya Regional Gazette in 2003 Number 24) and rules of its implementation; 3. Applicable local Tasikmalaya number 26 in 2003 about the Retribution of markets (Regional Gazette Tasikmalaya 2003 number 26) and rules of its implementation; 4. Applicable local Tasikmalaya No. 5 of 2004 about Retribution services in the field of traffic and Transport Roads (Gazette of the regional city of Tasikmalaya 2004 Number 36) and rules of its implementation; 5. Rule number 7 of Tasikmalaya City Area in 2004 about the Funeral service of Public Retribution and Inlaid Tomb (Gazette of the regional city of Tasikmalaya 2004 Number 38) and regulations implementation; 20 http://bphn.go.id/6. Applicable local Tasikmalaya number 13 in 2009 about the Settlement Administration Services Levy (Tasikmalaya Regional Gazette in 2009 Number 111); and 7. Applicable local Tasikmalaya number 15 in 2009 about Levy basic medical services in the town of Tasikmalaya (Tasikmalaya Regional Gazette in 2009 Number 113). revoked and declared inapplicable. Article 56 of the regulation at the time of this area comes into force, then the provisions of applicable local Tasikmalaya number 4 in 2008 about the management and a levy on City fish market Depo Tasikmalaya (Tasikmalaya Regional Gazette in 2008 Number 84) and regulations implementation, all of which have been set in the Regulation is repealed and the Area declared does not apply. Article 57 Provision about levies tariffs: 1. Sign Electronic Resident Cards (e-ID); and 2. The e-ID CARD printing because of missing, corrupted data and changes, as mentioned on the line 1 and line 2 annex III structure and magnitude of Tariff levy on Replacement Cost Print Card Signs residents and civil registry Deed in this Area, Regulations came into force on January 1, 2013. Article 58 Regulations this area comes into force on the date of promulgation. In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of regulations in this Area with its placement in Tasikmalaya City Area of the sheet. Set in Tasikmalaya on September 14, 2011 MAYOR TASIKMALAYA, Ttd. H. SYARIF HIDAYAT of the promulgation in Tasikmalaya on September 15, 2011 SECRETARY TASIKMALAYA Ttd h. TIO SENSES SETIADI TASIKMALAYA REGIONAL GAZETTE in 2011 http://bphn.go.id/126 21 NUMBER ATTACHMENT I REGULATORY REGION TOWN of TASIKMALAYA number: 5 year 2011 date: 14 September 2011 STRUCTURE and MAGNITUDE of TARIFF LEVY on HEALTH SERVICES 1. Consulting Medical Services are set out as follows: with NO DETAILS. TYPE of SERVICE rates (Idr) YIELD RETURN SERVICES MEANS SERVICES 1 2 3 4 5 1. Nutritional consulting 8,000.0-4,000.0-4,000.0-2. Medical consulting 10,000.0-5,000.0-5,000.0-3. Medical consultation Specialists 35,000.0-17,500.0-17,500.0-2. Service of Medical Actions are set out as follows: with NO DETAILS. TYPE of SERVICE rates (Idr) YIELD RETURN SERVICES MEANS SERVICES 1 2 3 4 5 1. Medical action a. Stitches the wound by one stitch 7,500.0-3,750.0-3,750.0-100,000.0-Khitan b. 50,000.0-50,000.0-c. Cardiac bladder 25,000.0-12,500.0-12,500.0-d. 5,000.0-2,500.0 Injection-2,500.0-e. 20,000.0-10,000.0 Infusion-10,000.0-f. Vein sexy 50,000.0-25,000.0-25,000.0-g. 10,000.0-Piercing 5,000.0-5,000.0-Epistaksis h. 25,000.0 anterior packing-12,500.0-12,500.0-i. installation and for the removal of IUD (AKDR) 40,000.0-20,000.0-20,000.0-j. installation of Implants 40,000 ,-20,000.0-20,000.0-k. 50,000.0-25,000.0 Implants Revocation-25,000.0-l. Probing ductus nasolacrimalis 25,000.0-12,500.0-12,500.0-m. 25,000.0-12,500.0 Chalazion-12,500.0-n. urethra stone Extraction 50,000.0-25,000.0-25,000.0-o. Extraction of corpus alenium without complications 30,000.0-15,000.0-15,000.0-p. extraction of corpus alenium with complications of 50,000.0-25,000.0-25,000.0-q 50,000.0 granuloma Extraction.-25,000.0-25,000.0-r Nasogastrik. install Tube (NGT) and treatment 100,000.0-50,000.0-50,000 ,-s. Installation spalek/location 100,000.0-50,000.0-50,000.0-50,000.0-Lavement t. 25,000.0-25,000.0-50,000.0 Nebulizer-u. 25,000.0-25,000.0-v Oxygen Consumption/time 10,000.0-5,000.0-5,000.0-w. Muko Suction Apparatuses/times use 40,000.0-20,000.0-20,000.0-x. Pembacaaan 20,000.0 ECG-10,000.0-10,000.0-y. 20,000.0-10,000.0 X-ray Readings-10,000.0-z. 50,000.0 small operations-25,000.0-25,000.0-aa. Wound care 15,000.0-7,500.0-7,500.0-AB. treatment of burns < 30,000.0-5% 15,000.0-15,000.0-22 http://bphn.go.id/


1 2 3 4 5 air conditioning Maintenance Burns 5-10% 40,000.0-20,000.0-20,000.0-ad. Treatment of burns > 10% 50,000.0-25,000.0-25,000.0-2. Dental action a. revocation of one gear Tooth 1) 20,000.0 injection-eldest 10,000.0-10,000.0-2) topical 15,000.0 eldest Teeth-7,500.0-7,500.0-3) Fixed Gear 20,000.0-10,000.0-10,000.0-4) Gear stick with complications 40,000.0-20,000.0-20,000.0-5) Odontektomi (oblique teeth) 100,000.0-50,000.0-50,000.0-b. Patching one tooth 1) 20,000.0-10,000.0 temporary Fillings-10,000.0-2) Patch while endo 20,000.0-10,000.0-10,000.0-3) Pulp 20,000 conical Asian Hat ,-10,000.0-10,000.0-4) Charging endo treatment 20,000.0-10,000.0-10,000.0-5) amalgam Fillings 20,000.0-10,000.0-10,000.0-6) amalgam Fillings complex 30,000.0-15,000.0-15,000.0-7) Clamp silicate glass ionomer/30,000.0-15,000.0-15,000.0-8) Scaling one jaw 50,000.0-25,000.0-25,000.0-9) Alveolektomi/Apical resection/frenektomi 75,000.0-37,500.0-37,500.0-10) extraction of corpus alineum without complications 30,000.0-15,000.0-15,000.0-11) extraction of corpua alenium with complications of 75,000 ,-37,500.0-37,500.0-12) granuloma Ekstirpasi/cyst/mucocale 75,000.0-37,500.0-37,500.0-3. Inpatient Services per day with NO DETAILS. TYPE of SERVICE rates (Idr) YIELD RETURN SERVICES MEANS SERVICES 1 2 3 4 5 1. Viste general practitioners/Dental 20,000.0-20,000.0-0.0-2. Visite a specialist 50,000.0-50,000.0-0.0-3. Consulting Specialists 50,000.0-50,000.0-0.0-4. Nursing 25,000.0-25,000.0-0.0-5. Accommodation 35,000.0-0.0-35,000.0-4. The Ministry of Labor and the actions of Midwifery set as follows: with NO DETAILS. TYPE of SERVICE rates (Idr) YIELD RETURN SERVICES MEANS SERVICES 1 2 3 4 5 1. Normal childbirth aid a. by general practitioner 375,000.0-187,500.0-187,500.0-b. by Midwife 275,000.0-137,500.0-137,500.0-2. Childbirth aid penyulit by GP 450,000.0-225,000.0-225,000.0-3. High Risk in childbirth aid by a specialist 700,000.0-350,000.0-350,000.0-23 http://bphn.go.id/1 2 3 4 5 4. Curetage manual 300,000.0-150,000.0-150,000.0-5. Curetage AVM 350,000.0-175,000.0-175,000.0-6. Placenta manual 250,000.0-125,000.0-125,000.0-7. Delivery with Vacuum Extraction 800,000.0-400,000.0-400,000.0-8. Newborn hospitalizations (rooming in) 15,000.0-12,500.0-12,500.0-9. Newborn babies who require special care/incubator/day 50,000.0-25,000.0-25,000.0-10. Baby shines (blue light) 50,000.0-25,000.0-25,000.0-11. Action, including specialised a. vacum elekrik 800,000.0-400,000.0-400,000.0-b. curetage with anesthesia 800,000.0-400,000.0-400,000.0-c. curetage without anesthesia 700,000.0-350,000.0-350,000.0-d 150,000.0-Pisarium. Install 75,000.0-75,000.0-e. install lift/implant IUD 250,000.0-125,000.0-125,000.0-12. Ultra Sono Graphics (ultrasound) 40,000.0-20,000.0-20,000.0-13. Retrieval of material with a PAP SMEAR a. midwife 25,000.0-12,500.0-12,500.0-b. 30,000.0-15,000.0 GP-15,000.0-c. 50,000.0-specialist 25,000.0-25,000.0-14. Handling actions cryo gun a. general practitioner 150,000.0-75,000.0-75,000.0-b. 350,000.0-specialist 175,000.0-175,000.0-15. Men's method of operation (MOP) 150,000.0-75,000.0-75,000.0-16. Method of operation the women (MOW) 300,000.0-150,000.0-150,000.0-5. The Ministry of Health Testing (Keuring) are defined as follows: with NO DETAILS. TYPE of SERVICE rates (Idr) YIELD RETURN SERVICES MEANS SERVICES 1 2 3 4 5 1. General health examination of 10,000.0-5,000.0-5,000.0-2. Examination of the bride 15,000.0-7,500.0-7,500.0-3. A. autopsy Autopsy live 30,000.0-15,000.0-15,000.0-60,000.0 corpse Autopsy b.-30,000.0-30,000.0-4. The medical examination for the purpose of Hajj 50,000.0-25,000.0-25,000.0-6. Service Action Laboratory set up as follows: with NO DETAILS. TYPE of SERVICE rates (Idr) YIELD RETURN SERVICES MEANS SERVICES 1 2 3 4 5 1. Urine examination a. reduction of 5,000.0-1,500.0-3,500.0-5,000.0-Protein b. 1,500.0-3,500.0-5,000.0, pH-c. 1,500.0-3,500.0-d. Routine Urine Sediment 20,000.0-+ 6,000.0-14,000.0-e. PP 25,000.0-7,500.0 Test-17,500.0-24 http://bphn.go.id/1 2 3 4 5 f. Albumin Protein 5,000.0-1,500.0-3,500.0-g. 10,000.0-3,000.0 Urobilin-7,000.0-h. 10,000.0-3,000.0 Sediment-7,000.0-i. 10,000.0 Bilirubin-3,000.0-7,000.0-j. Gravity 5,000 ,-1,500.0-3,500.0-20,000.0-Esbach k. 6,000.0-14,000.0-2. Examination of Faeces a. Routine 15,000.0-4,500.0-10,500.0-b. 15,000.0-4,500.0 Worm Eggs-10,500.0-c. Saturated Salt 30,000.0-9,000.0-21,000.0-d. Benzedin Test 30,000.0-9,000.0-21,000.0-3. Examination of Hematologic a. Haemoglobin 10,000.0-3,000.0-7,000.0-b. 10,000.0-3,000.0 Leukocytes-7,000.0-c. Counts 15,000.0-4,500.0-10,500.0-d. 10,000.0-3,000.0 LED-7,000.0-e. 15,000.0-Erythrocytes 4,500.0-10,500.0-f. 15,000.0-4,500.0 Platelet-10,500.0-g. 10,000.0 Bleeding Time-3,000.0-7,000.0-h 10,000.0-Clotting Time. 3,000.0-7,000.0-i. 15,000.0-4,500.0 Hematokrit-10,500.0-j. Morfolologi erythrocytes leukocytes/25,000.0-7,500.0-17,500.0-k. number of eosinophils 15,000 ,-4,500.0-10,500.0-20,000.0-Reticulosit l. 6,000.0-14,000.0-4. Clinical Chemistry examination a. fasting glucose 25,000.0-7,500.0-17,500.0-b. Glucose 2 hours PP 25,000.0-7,500.0-17,500.0-c. Glucose during 25,000.0-7,500.0-17,500.0-35,000.0-Cholesterol d. 10,500.0-24,500.0-e. 45,000.0-13,500.0-Triglycerides 31,500.0 Cholesterol HDL-f. 40,000.0-12,000.0-28,000.0-g. LDL Cholesterol 40,000.0-12,000.0-28,000.0-h. uric acid 40,000.0-12,000.0-28,000.0-i. 35,000.0-10,500 Ureum 24,500.0-j. 35,000.0-Kreatinin 10,500 24,500 ,-k. Total Protein, Albumin, Globulin 100,000.0-30,000.0-70,000.0-l. 35,000.0-10,500 SGOT 24,500.0-m. 35,000.0-10,500 SGPT 24,500.0-n. Total Bilirubin, Direct, Indirect 60,000.0-18,000.0-42,000.0-o. Drugs/Nafza 180,000.0-30,000.0-150,000.0-5. Examination Of a. 40,000.0-12,000.0 Wal-28,000.0-b. PP Test 30,000.0-9,000.0-21,000.0-c. blood type ABO 10,000.0-3,000.0-7,000.0-d. Rhesus blood type 10,000.0-3,000.0-7,000.0-e. Dengue Blot IgG/IgM 300,000.0-30,000.0-270,000.0-100,000.0-HbsAg f. 30,000.0-70,000.0-g. Cikungunya IgG/FA 300,000.0-30,000.0-270,000.0-75,000.0-TPHA h. 20,000.0-55,000.0-i. ASO/ASTO/agglutination of 150,000.0-30,000.0-120,000.0-j. CRF/agglutination of 100,000 ,-30,000.0-70,000.0-k. Malaria p. f/rapid test Ab 85,000.0-20,000.0-65,000,-l. Malaria p. f/rapid test Ag 95,000.0-20,000.0-75,000.0-25 http://bphn.go.id/1 2 3 4 5 d. Anti PB IgG/Rapid test 75,000.0-20,000.0-55,000.0-n. Anti HIV Screening test/Rapdi 75,000.0-20,000.0-55,000.0-6. Microbiology and Parasitology of Malaria Preparations a. 15,000.0-4,500.0-10,500.0-b. 12,500.0-BTA Preparations 2,500.0-10,000.0-c 12,500.0 Yeast Preparations.-2,500.0-10,000.0-Dipteri Preparations 25,000.0 d.-7,500.0-17,500.0-12,500.0 Gram Staining of e.-2,500.0-10,000.0-f. Proliferation and resistance 175,000.0-25,000.0-150,000.0-g. Culture and germ count 150,000.0-30,000.0-120,000.0-h. Culture count germs and resistance 175,000.0-25,000.0-150,000.0-i. Coliform MPN 75,000 ,-20,000.0-55,000.0-j. e. Coli identification of 75,000.0-20,000.0-55,000.0-k. 75,000.0 Fecal Coli MNP-20,000.0-55,000.0-b. Tissue Culture mycoplasma 125,000.0-25,000.0-100,000.0-m. Mikrofilaria 15,000.0-4,500.0-10,500.0-n. worm egg Inspection 15,000.0-4,500.0-10,500.0-o. Entero bacteria spp 35,000.0-24,500.0-p. 10,500 Salmonella 35,000.0-24,500.0-q 10,500. Shigella spp 35,000.0-10,500 24,500.0 Eltor Vibrio-r. 60,000.0-18,000.0-42,000.0-s. Clostridium spp 60,000 ,-18,000.0-42,000.0-t. Pseudomonas spp 60,000.0-18,000.0-42,000.0-Resistance test 150,000.0 u.-30,000.0-120,000.0-7. The hormone a. T3/Elfa 125,000.0-25,000.0-100,000.0-b. T4/Elfa 125,000.0-25,000.0-100,000.0-c. CEA/Rapid test 150,000.0-30,000.0-120,000.0-8. Chemical Health a. Organoleptik 1) 5,000.0-1,500.0 Odor-3,500.0-2) State (Macroscopic) 5,000.0-1,500.0-3,500.0-3) a sense of 5,000.0-1,500.0-3,500.0-4) color (Macroscopic) 5,000.0-1,500.0-3,500.0-b. Chemical Foodstuffs 1) uric acid (Gravimetric titration and 75,000.0-20,000.0-55,000.0-2) Benzoic/extraction and 75,000.0 titration-20,000.0-55,000.0-3) addition according to the Iod Number Wijs (Extraction, titrim) 75,000.0-20,000.0-55,000.0-4) penyabunan Number/75,000 titration and destruction ,-20,000.0-55,000.0-5) number of Peroxide/titrimetric 75,000.0-20,000.0-55,000.0-6) Borax/gravimetric 90,000.0-20,000.0-70,000.0-7) Degrees 80,000.0 Acid-20,000.0-60,000.0-26 http://bphn.go.id/7. Other acts of service are set out as follows: with NO DETAILS. TYPE of SERVICE rates (Idr) YIELD RETURN SERVICES MEANS SERVICES 1 2 3 4 5 1. Ambulance usage a. in the City 50,000.0-15,000.0-35,000.0-b. out of town/Km (+ a) 5,000.0-1,500.0-3,500.0-2. Fogging/home/focus (2) 10,000.0-4,000.0-6,000.0-MAYOR of TASIKMALAYA, Ttd. H. SYARIF HIDAYAT 27 http://bphn.go.id/


ANNEX II of the REGULATION REGION of TASIKMALAYA number: 5 year 2011 date: 14 September 2011 STRUCTURE and MAGNITUDE of TARIFF LEVIES PERSAMPAHAN SERVICE/JANITORIAL SERVICE TARIFF TYPE NO. (Rp) KET. 1 2 3 4 1. For the industry, Plant a. Group A (Protocol), a 225,000-one month b. Class B (the collector), 175,000-/Bulan c. Dept. Store and Supermarket 15.000,-/M3 2. For Hotel and Restaurant a. Group A (Protocol), a 70,000-one month b. Class B (Collector) 50.000/Bulan c. Class C (Environment), 40,000-one month d. 5-15,000,-/M3 3. For salty and Wholesale Market a. Group A (Protocol) 50.000/Bulan b. Class B (the collector), 40,000-one month 4. For Dealer/motor/car Show room a. Group A (Protocol) 50.000/Bulan b. Class B (Collector) 40,000,-/Bulan c. Group C (Environment) one month 35,000 5. For Biokop, the guest house or Guesthouse and the like a. Group A (Protocol), a 25,000-one month b. Class B (Collector) 20,000 one month 6. For Shops, workshops, warehouses, Home industry, and other places of business a. Group A (Protocol), a 25,000-one month b. Class B (Collector) 20,000 one month 7. For Company in group a. A Transport (Protocol), a 40,000-one month b. Class B (Collector) 3.53 8 in one month. For banking a. Group A (Protocol) 50.000/Bulan b. Class B (the collector), 40,000-one month 9. To Hospital a. Group A (Protocol) 15.000,-/M3 b. Class B (Collector) 15.000,-/M3 10. For the maternity House a. Group A (Protocol) 15.000,-/M3 b. Class B (Collector) 15.000,-/M3 11. A. The Stalls for A (Protocol) 15.000,-/Bulan b. Class B (Collector) 10.000,-/Bulan c. Class C (Environment) one month, 7,500-12. For Traders Daily a. Group A (Protocol), a 1,000-/hari b. Class B (Collector) 1,000,-/hari 13. For private and Government Offices a. Group A (Protocol), a 25,000-one month b. Class B (Collector) 20,000,-14 in one month. For educational institutions a. Group A (protocols) for 20,000,-/Bulan b. Class B (Collector) 15.000,-/Bulan c. Class C (Environment) 10,000 in one month http://bphn.go.id/1 2 3 4 d 28.15,000, College-/M3 15. Shop for a. The à (Protocol) 3.53/Bulan b. Class B (the collector), 25,000-one month. Residence a. Group A (Protocol) 3,000 one month b. Class B (Collector) 2,500/Bulan c. Class C (Environment) 2,000,-/Bulan. For Clinics, health centers and the like a. Group A (protocols) for 20,000,-/Bulan b. Class B (Collector) 15.000,-/Bulan. For GAS STATION one month 3.53 19. A Horse Owner to 1,000,-/hari 20. A celebration Party for the Public, parties and the like a. Group A (Protocol), a 25,000-hour/kegiatan/12 b. Class B (Collector) 20.000,-/kegiatan/12 18. For individuals or other business entity that dump directly into the TPSA 10.000,-/M3 22. For PD market (from TPS to landfill) 15.000,-/M3 23. For Terminal (from TPS to landfill) 15.000,-/M3 24. For Complex Rukan and the like 15,000,-/M3 25. For a crowd in a public place in the form of exhibition, promotion, entertainment and the like stage 15,000,-/M3 26. For recreation, Water boom/splas Water, swimming pools and the like 15,000,-/M3 MAYOR of TASIKMALAYA, Ttd. H. SYARIF HIDAYAT 29 http://bphn.go.id/ANNEX III APPLICABLE LOCAL TASIKMALAYA number: 5 year 2011 date: 14 September 2011 STRUCTURE and MAGNITUDE of TARIFF LEVY on REPLACEMENT COST PRINT CARD SIGNS RESIDENTS and CIVIL REGISTRY DEED TARIFF LEVY (Rp) NO. TYPE of SERVICE of WNI FOREIGNERS PERIOD 1 2 3 4 5 1. Mark Population cards electronic (e-ID) 26,000.0-200,000.0-5 (five) years 2. The e-ID CARD printing because of missing, corrupted data and change 26,000.0-200,000.0-5 (five) years 3. Family card (KK)-50,000.0-as long as no changes 4. Card Information Resides, including: a. the certificate of residence (SKTT) for foreigners b. temporary residence Certificate (SKTS) for CITIZENS who come from outside the town of Tasikmalaya c. Affidavits Move-15,000.0-5,000.0-150,000.0-50,000.0-suit-KITAS one (1) year one (1) time 5. Service registration and issuance of Certificate of marriage: a. in Office b. out of Office 100,000.0-150,000.0-250,000.0-300,000.0-6. Service registration and issuance of Certificate of divorce 100,000.0-150,000.0-7. Service registration and the issuance of a death Certificate 20,000.0-50,000.0-1 (one) time 8. Service registration and issuance of Attestation Certificate of the child and the recognition of the child 100,000.0-200,000.0-1 (one) time 9. Service Registration and the issuance of Citations Second Deed and so on: a. birth certificate 40,000.0-100,000.0-1 (one) time; b. Marriage Certificate 75,000.0-150,000.0-as long as there is still a bond of marriage; c. Divorce Certificate 75,000.0-150,000.0-for not marrying again; d. Death Certificate 10,000.0-40,000.0-MAYOR of TASIKMALAYA, Ttd. H. SYARIF HIDAYAT 30 http://bphn.go.id/ANNEX IV of the REGULATION REGION of the TOWN of TASIKMALAYA number: 5 year 2011 date: 14 September 2011 STRUCTURE and MAGNITUDE of TARIFF LEVY FUNERAL SERVICES and PENGABUAN CORPSE No. TARIFF CLASSIFICATION Of SERVICE TYPES (Rp.) KET. 1 2 3 4 5 In the city of 75,000.0-1. The transport of the bodies outside the city 75,000.0-the addition of the Rp. 4500,-/Km measured from Tasikmalaya city limits 2. Dismantling the mausoleum of 100.000,-/Korean 3. Burial of the corpse of 100.000/makam 4. Land lease 10,000 Cemeteries/grave of the 7,500 children,-/makam/tahun 5. Maintenance of Environmental Hygiene and Adult Grave tomb of 15,000,-/makam/tahun MAYOR of TASIKMALAYA, Ttd. H. SYARIF HIDAYAT 31 http://bphn.go.id/ANNEX V APPLICABLE LOCAL TASIKMALAYA number: 5 year 2011 date: 14 September 2011 STRUCTURE and MAGNITUDE of TARIFF LEVY on the CURB PARKING SERVICES GENERAL TARIFF SERVICE TYPE NO. (Rp) KET. 1 2 3 4 1. Parking at the location of Certain public roads 1 times 1) Parking Rates parking up to 2 (two) hours of the first Car): a Bus/Car Stuff large size 4000,-b)/vehicle Car Bus/Car Stuff medium-size 3,000/c) vehicle passenger car/small size Freight Car 2.000,-/d) vehicles Motorcycles/vehicles-1,000, 2 parking Rate) for each 1 (one) hour: a Bus/car) car Goods of large size 500 vehicle/Car b) Bus/Car Stuff medium-size 250,-/c) vehicle passenger car/small size Freight Car 250,-/vehicle d) 100,-Motorcycle/vehicle 2. Parking in a location Not Certain public roads 1 times 1) Parking Rates parking up to 2 (two) hours of the first Car): a Bus/Car Stuff large size 2500,-Car/vehicle b) Bus/Car Stuff medium-size 2.000,-c)/vehicle passenger car/small size Freight Car 1,000 vehicles,-/d) 500,-Motorcycle/vehicle 2) Tariff for parking for each 1 (one) hour: a Bus/car) car Goods of large size 500 vehicle/Car b) Bus/Car Stuff medium-size 250,-/c) vehicle passenger car/small size Freight Car 250,-/vehicle d) 100,-Motorcycle/vehicle 3. Parking/subscribe subscription 1 month a) Bus/car Stuff Cars large size 50,000 Car/vehicle b) Bus/Car Stuff size medium 35,000/c) vehicle passenger car/small size Freight Car 25,000 vehicles,-/d) Motorbike 10,000/vehicle 4. Unloading incidental parking 1 Car 1) loading and unloading goods JBB 0 s/d 5000 Kg, 2.000,-Car/vehicle 2) goods JBB 5001 s/d 8000 Kg 3000,-3) car/vehicle goods JBB 8001 s/d 15000 Kg 3,500/4 Car goods) vehicles JBB more than 15000 Kg 4.000,-/5 vehicles. Parking and unloading a 6 month subscription 1) Car goods JBB 0 s/d 5000,-20,000 Kg/vehicle 2) freight Car JBB 5001 s/d 8000 Kg 3.53 3/vehicle) car goods JBB 8001 s/d 15000 Kg/35,000 vehicles 4 Car goods JBB) more than 15000 Kg of 40,000 vehicles,-/MAYOR of TASIKMALAYA, Ttd. H. SYARIF HIDAYAT 32 http://bphn.go.id/ANNEX VI REGULATION TASIKMALAYA REGIONAL numbers: 5 year 2011 date: 14 September 2011 STRUCTURE and MAGNITUDE of TARIFF LEVY on MOTOR VEHICLE TEST NO. TYPE of SERVICE rates (Idr) KET. 1 2 3 4 motor vehicle 1) First Test 50,000.0-Assignment/vehicle 2) Test Fee Barkala a. 5,000.0-Administration/vehicle b. 15,000.0 Test-Book/vehicle c. Sign Test, the wire and seal set-5,000.0 d. Installation or painting a sign next to 15,000,-/e vehicles. The service:-JBB s/d 15,000.0-5,000 Kg/vehicle-JBB 5,001 s/d 8,000 Kg/20,000 vehicles-JBB 8,001 s/d 15,000 Kg 25,000 ,-/vehicle-JBB over 15,000 Kg-30,000.0/vehicle-trailer/15,000.0 plugin-/3) vehicle Substitution Test, because the Book is missing 50,000.0-/book 4) the replacement of the sign Test, the wire and seal due to missing 50,000.0-/set 5) assessment of Technical Condition and test the exhaust emissions: a. 25,000.0-Motorcycle/vehicle b. passenger car/Bus/35,000.0-/Goods vehicle TASIKMALAYA MAYOR Ttd. H. SYARIF HIDAYAT 33 http://bphn.go.id/


ANNEX VII LOCAL REGULATIONS TASIKMALAYA number: 5 year 2011 date: 14 February 2011 LEVY RATE and MAGNITUDE STRUCTURE INSPECTION FIRE EXTINGUISHERS NO TYPE of SERVICE rates (Idr) KET. 1 2 3 4 1. APAR Type Dry Chemical, CO2, Foam and other types of a. size of 0.50 Kg to 5 Kg b. > Size s/d 5 Kg 10 Kg c. > Size 10 Kg s/d 40 Kg d. > Size 40 Kg 100 Kg s/d 5000/7500,-tube/tube/tube-10,000, 15,000,-/tube 2. Spirinkler a. Smoke Detector Heat Detector b 5000/5000,-point/point 3. Hydrant pump 100,000,-/point 4. Pillar hydrant/pages/25000 points 5. Hydrant Box 25000,-/points 6. Siamesse Connection 25,000,-/the point 7. Alarm Panels 10,000/point MAYOR TASIKMALAYA, Ttd. H. SYARIF HIDAYAT 34 http://bphn.go.id/ANNEX VIII of REGULATION TASIKMALAYA REGIONAL numbers: 5 year 2011 date: 14 September 2011 STRUCTURE and MAGNITUDE of TARIFF LEVY on REPLACEMENT COSTS PRINT MAP TARIFF (USD)/sheets/TYPES of EXISTING BASIC PLAN MAP DIGITAL DIGITAL SCALE MANUAL MANUAL/PAPER SIZE BLACK WHITE BLACK WHITE BLACK WHITE BLACK WHITE COLOR 60,000 A0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 ,-120,000.0-180,000.0-50,000.0-95,000.0-150,000.0-A1 50,000.0-140,000.0-150,000.0-40,000.0-115,000.0-120,000.0-A2 40,000.0-110,000.0-120,000.0-30,000.0-85,000.0-90,000.0-A3 30,000.0-80,000.0-90,000.0-20,000.0-55,000.0-60,000.0-1:500 to 1:2,500 A4 25,000.0-55,000.0-65,000.0-15,000.0-30,000.0-35,000.0-A0 65,000.0-190,000.0-200,000.0-55,000.0-165,000.0-170,000.0-A1 55,000.0-160,000.0-170,000.0-45,000.0-135,000.0-140,000.0-A2 45,000.0-130,000.0-140,000.0-35,000.0-105,000.0-110,000.0-A3 35,000 ,-100,000.0-110,000.0-25,000.0-75,000.0-80,000.0-1:2,501 s/d 1:5,000 A4 30,000.0-75,000.0-85,000.0-20,000.0-50,000.0-55,000.0-A0 70,000.0-210,000.0-220,000.0-60,000.0-185,000.0-190,000.0-A1 60,000.0-180,000.0-190,000.0-50,000.0-155,000.0-160,000.0-A2 50,000.0-150,000.0-160,000.0-40,000.0-125,000.0-130,000.0-A3 40,000.0-120,000.0-130,000.0-30,000.0-95,000.0-100,000.0-1:5,001 s/d 1:10,000 A4 35,000.0-95,000.0-105,000.0-25,000.0-70,000.0-75,000.0-A0 75,000 ,-230,000.0-240,000.0-65,000.0-205,000.0-210,000.0-A1 65,000.0-200,000.0-210,000.0-55,000.0-175,000.0-180,000.0-A2 55,000.0-170,000.0-180,000.0-45,000.0-145,000.0-150,000.0-A3 45,000.0-140,000.0-150,000.0-35,000.0-115,000.0-120,000.0-1:10,001 s/d 1:15,000 A4 40,000.0-115,000.0-125,000.0-30,000.0-90,000.0-95,000.0-A0 80,000.0-250,000.0-260,000.0-70,000.0-225,000.0-230,000.0-A1 70,000.0-220,000.0-230,000.0-60,000.0-195,000.0-200,000.0-A2 60,000.0-190,000.0-200,000.0-50,000.0-165,000.0-170,000.0-A3 50,000 ,-160,000.0-170,000.0-40,000.0-135,000.0-140,000.0-1:15,001 s/d 1:25,000 A4 45,000.0-135,000.0-145,000.0-35,000.0-110,000.0-115,000.0-A0 85,000.0-270,000.0-280,000.0-75,000.0-245,000.0-250,000.0-A1 75,000.0-240,000.0-250,000.0-65,000.0-215,000.0-220,000.0-A2 65,000.0-210,000.0-220,000.0-55,000.0-185,000.0-190,000.0-A3 55,000.0-180,000.0-190,000.0-45,000.0-155,000.0-160,000.0-1:25,001 s/d 1:50,000 A4 50,000.0-155,000.0-165,000.0-40,000.0-130,000.0-135,000.0-A0 90,000 ,-290,000.0-300,000.0-80,000.0-265,000.0-270,000.0-A1 80,000.0-260,000.0-270,000.0-70,000.0-235,000.0-240,000.0-A2 70,000.0-230,000.0-240,000.0-60,000.0-205,000.0-210,000.0-A3 60,000.0-200,000.0-210,000.0-50,000.0-175,000.0-180,000.0-50,001 A4 > 1:55,000.0-175,000.0-185,000.0-45,000.0-150,000.0-155,000.0-MAYOR of TASIKMALAYA. TTD. H. SYARIF HIDAYAT 35 http://bphn.go.id/ANNEX IX of the REGULATION REGION of the TOWN of TASIKMALAYA number: 5 year 2011 date: 14 September 2011 STRUCTURE and MAGNITUDE of TARIFF LEVIES and/or PROVISION of LATRINES are SIPHONED OFF NO TYPE of TARIFF CLASSIFICATION SERVICE (Rp) KET. 1 2 3 4 5 1. Maximum hose length of faeces are siphoned off 10 meters 0 m3 to 3 m3 of 125,000,-/tanki 2. Hose length stools are siphoned off more than 10 meters in Addition to 1,000, hose-/meter 3. Faeces are siphoned off tank capacity exceeding 25000 kubikasi,-addition of/m3 MAYOR of TASIKMALAYA, Ttd. H. SYARIF HIDAYAT http://bphn.go.id/36 ANNEX X of the REGULATION REGION of TASIKMALAYA number: 5 year 2011 date: 14 September 2011 STRUCTURE and MAGNITUDE of TARIFF LEVIES TELECOMMUNICATIONS TOWER CONTROL NO. TYPE of SERVICE rates (Idr) KET. 1 2 3 4 monitoring and control Telecommunications Tower of 2% (two percent) of the Value of land and buildings Tax Objects Per year the MAYOR of TASIKMALAYA, Ttd. H. SYARIF HIDAYAT 37 http://bphn.go.id/