Applicable Local Number 11 In 2011

Original Language Title: Peraturan Daerah Nomor 11 Tahun 2011

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Business Services Ret PERDA KAB BULUNGAN REGENCY REGIONAL ORDINANCE BUL number 11 in 2011 ABOUT RETRIBUTION SERVICE BUSINESS with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY REGENT BULUNGAN, Considering: a. that the levy is a collection area the area as payment for the services of a special effort is provided and/or provided by local governments for the benefit of private persons or entities; b. that the policy is implemented based on the principle of retribution regional democracy, equity and justice, as well as the role of the community, and accountability with regard for the potential of the region; c. that in order to improve services to the community and the independence of the region, support the smooth conduct of the Government, the development and construction of community in berdayaguna and berhasilguna, the need for community participation and contribution through the payment of a levy on the region; d. that in order to implement the provisions in section 149 subsection (3) and section 156 subsection (1), Act No. 28 of 2009 about local tax and Regional Levies, need to set about Retribution region; e. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, letter b, letter c, letter d, and the need to establish local regulations about Retribution Service Efforts; Remember: 1. Act No. 27 of 1959 concerning the determination of the Emergency Law number 3 of 1953 about the formation of the regencies in Kalimantan (Indonesia Republic Gazette 1953 number 9, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1820) as legislation (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 72 in 1959); 2. Law No. 8 of 1981 on the book of the law of criminal procedure (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 76 of 1981, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3209); 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. 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 http://www.bphn.go.id/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); 5. 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); 6. Act No. 17 of 2008 about the voyage (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 64 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4849); 7. Act No. 1 of 2009 about the flight (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 1 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4956); 8. 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); 9. Act No. 10 of 2009 about Tourism (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 11 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5141); 10. 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); 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 6 in 1983, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1136); 12. Government Regulation Nomor79 2005 on guidelines for the construction 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); 13. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, the provincial government and the City District Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4737); 14. Government Regulation Number 61 in 2009 about the Kepelabuhanan (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 151 in 2009, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5070); 15. 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); 2 http://www.bphn.go.id/16. Rule number 1 of Bulungan Regency Area in 2004 about Investigator civil servant (Gazette No. 1 Bulungan Regency Area in 2004 E Series No. 1); 17. Rule number 1 in the Bulungan Regency Area in 2008 about the publication of regional and regional news Sheets (the sheets 2008 Bulungan Regency Area No. 1); 18. Applicable local Regency of Bulungan number 2 in 2008 about Government Affairs who became the authority of County Government in the Bulungan (District of Bulungan Gazette year 2008 number 2); With the approval of the REGIONAL HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES Shared the REGENCY of BULUNGAN and REGENT BULUNGAN DECIDED: setting: LOCAL REGULATIONS ABOUT RETRIBUTION SERVICE efforts. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 in regulation of this area, which is: 1. The area is a Regency of Bulungan. 2. Local governance is conducting the Affairs of Government by local governments and the regional House of representatives according to the principle of autonomy and pembantuan with the principle of autonomy in the system and the existence of the principle of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia as stipulated in the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia undanng Base in 1945. 3. Local Governments are the Regent and the region as organizer of local governance. 4. The House of representatives in the next PARLIAMENT is abbreviated Area Agencies in the Bulungan Regency Regional Representatives as organizer of local governance. 5. The Regent was Regent of Bulungan. 6. Officials are employees who are given specific tasks in the field regional levies in accordance with the legislation. 7. the area of Retribution hereafter Retribution is a collection area 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. 8. 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, 3 http://www.bphn.go.id/enterprises (SOEs), or areas owned enterprises (BUMD) with name and in whatever form, firm, peers, cooperatives, pension funds, Association, Assembly, foundations, organizations, socio-political organizations , or other organizations, institutions and other bodies including the collective investment contract and business form anyway. 9. 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. 10. Business Services are the services provided by local authorities with the commercial principles of reciprocity because basically it can also be provided by the private sector. 11. Business Services Levy is a levy charged to the service provided by the local government with the commercial principles of reciprocity because basically it can also be provided by the private sector. 12. The object of Business Services Levy is a service provided by the regional government with commercial reciprocity that includes: a. service of using/utilising a wealth of untapped Areas optimally; and/or b. service by sub-national Governments all have not provided adequately by private parties. 13. The subject of Business Services Levy is a private person or entity that uses/enjoys the services business. 14. the Compulsory levy on Business Services is a private person or body according to the provisions of the legislation Levies are required to pay Levies, including Gleaner or cutter Retribution Service efforts. 15. 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 licensing of local governments. 16. Retribution-use of the wealth of the Area hereinafter referred to as Retribution is the levy charged over the use of wealth belongs to the local government. 17. The regional Wealth is the wealth owned by the local government which covers the land, House, Office building for a party or reception, facilities building supplies, vehicles, heavy equipment, transportation vehicles and the use of the laboratory. 18. Land is land controlled by local governments in the Bulungan Regency. 19. The building is keseluruan building including a page is provided and controlled by the local government. 20. Vehicle heavy equipment is all heavy equipment vehicles owned by local governments. 21. Vehicles are good vehicles for passengers or goods are provided and controlled by the local government. 22. Channel is a government agency or private utilities were installed along the way that its observance became the brunt of Pemeruntah area. 23. The Home Office is the home of the service provided and controlled by the local government. 4 http://www.bphn.go.id/


24. The laboratory is the advice and tools for testing or examination material and other similar buildings that are provided and owned by local governments. 25. A levy on Wholesale Markets and/or shops, which hereafter Retribution is payment for the service provision facilities market wholesale many kinds of goods and markets/shops that are contracted out, provided/organised by local governments. 26. the Auction Levy hereinafter referred to Levy is the payment for the provision of trading that are specifically provided by local governments to conduct a fish auction, livestock, produce, and forest products including auction services and other facilities provided in the place of the auction. 27. The auction is a sale before the public in a manner stratified deals. 28. the Auction is the place that provided the local authorities to organise the auction. 29. a Terminal Retribution hereafter Retribution is the payment for the service of providing parking spaces for passenger vehicles and public buses, where business activities, and other facilities in the terminal environment, provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. 30. A special Parking place of Retribution, Retribution is hereinafter referred to as the payment for the service of special parking places provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. 31. parking is the State of not moving a vehicle which is not temporary. 32. the Levy Residence/Building/Villa is hereinafter referred to as Retribution is the payment for the service of the building/residence/villa, provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. 33. The Ministry of the Residence/Building/Villa Proprietary service area is the provision of a place of residence/building/villa and owned or managed local governments, not including those owned and/or managed by private parties. 34. Building/Residence/Villa Area is covering the provision of accommodation services/building/villa and owned or managed local governments. 35. Retribution Slaughterhouse animals that Retribution is hereinafter referred to as payment for service provision facilities of slaughterhouses of cattle including animal health inspection service before and after the cut, provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. 36. The port is made up of land and/or waters with a certain boundaries as the place of the activity of Government and business activities to be used as a place to ship lean, up and down passengers, and/or loading and unloading goods, such as terminals and berths vessels equipped with the safety and security of shipping and ancillary activities of the port as well as the place of displacement of intra-and antarmoda transport. 37. Kepelabuhanan is everything to do with the exercise of the functions of the port to support smooth, security, and order flow of traffic of ships, passengers and/or goods, safety and security of sailing, where the transfer of intra-and/or antarmoda and 5 http://www.bphn.go.id/pushing the national economy and areas with fixed pay attention to spatial locality. 38. Kepelabuhanan Service Levy hereinafter called the Retribution was payment for kepelabuhanan services, including other facilities at the port environment is provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. 39. Sport and Recreation Levy hereinafter called the Retribution was payment for services a place for recreation, tourism, and sports provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. 40. water Crossings that Retribution hereafter Retribution was payment for services of the crossing of persons or goods by using the vehicle in the water that are owned and/or managed by local governments. 41. 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 Regent. 42. 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. 43. Regional Levies Ordinance Letters 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. 44. 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. 45. The 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. 46. An examination is a series of activities to gather and process data, description, and/or evidence are carried out objectively and professionally on the basis of a standard examination to test the compliance of fulfillment of obligations of the regional levies and/or for other purposes in order to carry out the provisions of the regulations levy area. 47. the investigation of criminal acts in the field of retribution is 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. CHAPTER II TYPES of LEVY VENTURE SERVICES article 2 types of Levy County that ranked Levy Service efforts in the regulation of this area are: a. Levy of the wearing of the wealth of the region; b. Levy and/or wholesale market Shops; c. Levy Auction; 6 http://www.bphn.go.id/d. Levy Terminal; e. Special Place Parking Levy; f. Levy Residence/Building/Villa; g. Levy Slaughterhouse animals; h. Levy Service Kepelabuhanan; i. Levy Recreation and sports; and j. Levy of water Crossings. Considered part of the Region's wealth of usage Levy article 3 (1) with the name of the Region's wealth of usage Levy imposed levy as payment for property usage area. (2) the object of Consumption Levy Regional Wealth is the wealth of usage areas include: a. the use of land; b. the use of buildings and/or building; c. the use of facilities and/or equipment building; d. home use service; e. the use of vehicle heavy equipment; f. laboratory usage; and g. usage of vehicles. (3) excluded from the notion of usage a wealth of Areas as referred to in paragraph (2) is the use of land that does not change the function of the land. Article 4 (1) the subject of Wealth Area Usage Levy is a private person or entity that is using/utilising the wealth of the region. (2) a compulsory levy on the use of regional Wealth is private person or entity that is using/utilising the wealth of the region. Article 5 the level of use of the service is measured based on the type and volume of usage period as well as the wealth of the region. Article 6 (1) the structure and size of the tariff is calculated based on the type of wealth area used and the period of usage. (2) the structure and size of the tariff set as follows: A. The use of land by private parties: 1. to building permanent Rp. 100.00 per month per m². 2. for not building permanent IDR 75.00 per month per m². 3. The use of land for other purposes IDR 125.00 per month per m². B the usage of the building and/or buildings: 7 http://www.bphn.go.id/


. 1. For receptions, parties and performances that non-commercial use or to be used for the benefit of individuals or legal entities:  Sian g day 300,000.00 USD per day.  Mal am yesterday at Rp 350,000.00 per day.  Sian g and nighttime 400,000.00 USD per day. 2. For the purposes of or meetings organized by government agencies in both civilian as well as military (TNI/Polri) social or political organization, and the nonprofit charity performances to:  Sian g day Rp. 250,000.00 per day.  Mal am day 300,000.00 USD per day.  Sian g and night Rp 350,000.00 per day. C. -Use of facilities or equipment of the building: 1. Plastic Chair Rp. 500.00 per piece per day. 2. Seat the ligna thound IDR 1,000.00 per piece per day. 3. Guest Chair/sofa IDR 20,000.00 per piece per day. 4. The sponge iron Chair IDR 1,000.00 per piece per day. 5. the Iron Chair thound IDR 2,000.00 per piece per day. 6. Seat indachi IDR 5,000.00 per piece per day. 7. Desk Bureau ½ IDR 5,000.00 per piece per day. 8. Front Desk IDR 10,000.00 per piece per day. 9. The round table IDR 10,000.00 per piece per day. 10. Sound system Rp. 500,000.00 per set per day. 11. Sound system 1,000-10,000 watts of Rp. RP 1,000,000 per set per day. 12. Sound system 10,000 – 20,000 watts costs IDR 1,500,000 per set per day. 13. Sound system, 20,000-30,000 watt IDR 2,000,000 per set per day. 14.30,000 watt Sound system over an additional Rp 2,000 per set per day. 15. The wearing of tools band Rp. RP 1,000,000 per set per day. 16. the band tool Usage + Sound system costs IDR 1,500,000 per set per day. 17. The use of organs of Rp. RP 300,000 per day 18. Lights Lighting IDR 250,000.00 per set. 19. Great Stage Rp. RP 1,000,000 per day. 20. The wearing of taruf USD 100,000.00 per set per day. D. Home Office usage Classes II and III 1. Building a single permanent IDR 30.000,00 per month (per SIP). 2. the permanent Buildings articulated IDR 20,000.00 per month (per SIP). 3. Building a semi permanent single-USD 15,000.00 per month (per SIP). 4. semi permanent Buildings articulated Rp. 10.000 per month (per SIP). 8 http://www.bphn.go.id/e. usage of vehicle heavy equipment: 1. mechanical gilas 1 ton 90,000.00 USD per 7 hours; 2. Machine 2.5 ton gilas Rp 120,000.00 per 7 hours. 3. Machine gilas 6 s/d 8 ton IDR 165,000.00 per 7 hours. 4. Machine gilas 8 s/d 10 tons of IDR 200,000.00 per 7 hours. 5. Machine gilas 10 s/d 12 ton IDR 240,000.00 per 7 hours. 6. Tire roller 8 tons of Rp. 370,000.00 per 7 hours. 7. the roller Vibrators 4 ton IDR 230,000.00 per 7 hours. 8. the roller Vibrators 6 tons of Rp. 250,000.00 per 7 hours. 9. Wheel Loader 1.2 m3 Rp. 580,000.00 per 7 hours. 10. Motor Grader 100 HP Rp. 460,000.00 per 7 hours. 11. Motor Grader 125 HP Rp. 930,000.00 per 7 hours. 12. Truck Exavator Rp. RP 1.115.000 per 7 hours. 13.1.5 ton Dump Truck is Rp. 301,000.00 per 7 hours. 14. Flat Bed Truck 3.5 ton IDR 210,000.00 per 7 hours. 15. Crane Truck 1.5 ton IDR 350,000.00 per 7 hours. 16. Bulldozer Mini 10 tons of Rp. 350.000, 00per 7 hours. 17. Concrete Mixer 250 liters of Rp. 75,000.00 per 7 hours. 6. Plate Compactor 5 HP Rp. 41,000.00 per 7 hours. 19. Asphalt Sprayer 200 liters of Rp. 75,000.00 per 7 hours. 20. Asphalt Kettle 200 liter 110,000.00 USD per 7 hours. 21. Air Compresor 125 CPM Rp. 80,000.00 per 7 hours. 22. Genset 30 KWH Rp. 150,000.00 per 7 hours. F. The wearing of a laboratory for testing or examination material building materials with the names of the test as follows: 1. Han Bor IDR 25,000.00 per meter. 2. RP Sondir Rp 200,000 per point. 3. Job Mix Formula Aggregate Rp 150,000.00 per report. 4. Job Mix Formula Concrete 150,000.00 USD per report. 5. Job Mix Formula Marshall 150,000.00 USD per report. 6. Soil testing pay around Rp. 150,000 per sample. 7. Testing the sand IDR 150,000.00 per sample. 8. Testing the Los anggles IDR 30,000.00 per sample. 9. Testing the levels of asphalt 30,000.00 USD per sample. 10. Corrdrille 30,000.00 USD per point. 11. DCP (CBR laps) Rp 15,000.00 per point. 12. Sand Cone Rp 15,000.00 per point. 13. Testing Concrete Cube Rp 15,000.00 per sample. 14. The Marshall Test Rp 15,000.00 per sample. 15. The taking of the Sample IDR 10,000.00 per sample. G. Usage of Vehicles: 1. Truck (Single tire) RP Rp. 300.000 per 7 hours. 2. Truck (Double Ban) RP Rp 350,000 per 7 hours. 3. Pick Up IDR 150,000.00 per 7 hours. 4. The Bus costs IDR 350,000 per 7 hours. H. For the wealth area as stated on the letter E and G at least 7 (seven) hours. Article 7 the Levy payable in the territory of the region imposed the wearing of the wealth of the region. 9 http://www.bphn.go.id/second part Retribution wholesale market and/or the Retail section 8 (1) with the name of a levy on Wholesale Markets and/or Shops free of retribution upon the provision of wholesale market facilities of various types of goods and market facilities/shops that are contracted out, provided/organised by local governments. (2) the objects of a levy on Wholesale Markets and/or Retail wholesale market facilities is the provision of various types of goods and market facilities/shops that are contracted out, provided/organised by local governments. (3) excluded from the levy on objects referred to in subsection (2) are provided, market facilities owned and/or managed by the STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, LOCAL, and private parties. Article 9 (1) the subject of a levy on wholesale market and/or the Retail is a private person or entity that uses/utilizes the facilities of various types of goods wholesale market and market facilities/shops that are contracted out, provided/organised by local governments. (2) a compulsory levy on the market for wholesale and/or Retail is a private person or entity that uses/utilizes the facilities of various types of goods wholesale market and market facilities/shops that are contracted out, provided/organised by local governments. Article 10 the level of use of the services market is measured based on the type of provision of facilities market. Article 11 the structure and size of the tariff set as follows:-use of the magnitude of the Market Facilities Levy 1. Retail Rp. 2,000 per day. 2. Kiosk Rp 2,000 a day. 3. Los us $1000.00 per day. 4. The Court of the USD 1000.00 per day. Article 12 Levy owed withheld in the Region conducting a wholesale market and/or shops. The third part Retribution Auction Article 13 (1) with the name of the Auction Levy imposed a levy on top of the auction provision specifically provided by local governments to conduct a fish auction, livestock, produce, and 10 http://www.bphn.go.id/forest products including auction services and other facilities provided on-site auctions. (2) the object of the auction is the provision Places a levy on auction is specifically provided by the local Government to do a fish auction, livestock, produce, and forest products including auction services and other facilities provided on-site auctions. (3) Including a levy on objects referred to in paragraph (2) was contracted by the local government from other parties to serve as the place of the auction. (4) excluded from the levy on objects referred to in subsection (2) is where the auction provided, owned and/or managed by the STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, LOCAL, and private parties. Article 14 (1) the subject of the auction is the Place people Levy personal or entity acquiring services provision of auction. (2) a compulsory levy on Auction is a private person or entity that acquires services provision of auction. Article 15 the level of use of the service is measured based on the percentage of the value of the transaction of buying and selling. Article 16 (1) the structure and magnitude of tariff levy on auction are set as follows: No. The use of the facilities of the magnitude of the Levies 1. Fish: 4% of the transaction value 2. Animal/livestock and poultry: 1% of transaction value;  Cows, Buffalo, Goats and horses    Pork Lamb/Poultry 3. Produce (agriculture and Plantations): 0.5% of the value of the transaction; 4. Forest products: 1% of transaction value; (2) the auction Levy referred to in subsection (1) 1 by 4% (four per hundred) of the price of the transaction was charged to the seller by the buyer with the following details: a. the seller of 2% (two per hundred); and b. the parties the buyer of 2% (two per hundred). (3) the auction Levy referred to in subsection (1), numbers 2 to 4 with the number charged to the seller. Article 17 Levies owed withheld in the territory of the region where the auction. 11 http://www.bphn.go.id/


The fourth part Retribution Terminal Article 18 (1) with the name Levy imposed a levy on top of Terminal Services the provision of parking spaces for passenger vehicles and public buses, where business activities, and other facilities in the terminal environment provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. (2) the object of the provision of services is Terminal Levy parking for passenger vehicles and public buses, where business activities, and other facilities in the terminal environment, provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. (3) excluded from the levy on objects referred to in subsection (2) are provided, terminal, owned and/or managed by the Government, STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, LOCAL, and private parties. Article 19 (1) the subject of Retribution Terminal is a private person or entity to use or make use of the existing facilities in the terminal. (2) Compulsory Levies Terminal is a private person or entity to use or make use of the existing facilities in the terminal. Article 20 use of Service Levels is measured based on frequency, the type of place of business, and a period of usage or make use of the existing facilities in the terminal. Article 21 the structure and size of the tariff set as follows: No. The type of service of vehicle types/sizes of Facilities the magnitude of rates (IDR) 1. The provision of parking spaces for passenger vehicles and the public buses of a. Rural/City Transit 1,000.00 per once in. .. b. Small Buses 1-8 seats 1,500.00 per once in. .. c. a small City Bus 1-16 Seat 2,000.00 per once in. .. d. City Bus Are 1-23 Seats once entered 2,500.00 per. e. the above major City Bus 24 seats 3,000.00 once per entry. 2. provision of Goods Vehicle parking spaces Pick Up 2,000.00 per once in. .. Trucks Are the once entered 2,500.00 per. Big truck (5-14 tons) 3,000.00 per once in. .. Big truck above 15 tons of 4,000.00 per once in. .. 3.-use of the Kiosk businesses 5,000.00 per m2 per month. Store 7,500.00 per m2 per month. Cafeteria/food stall 5,000.00 per m² per http://www.bphn.go.id/12 months. Warehouse:-s/d 3 days 2,000.00 per m2 per day. -4 s/d 6 days 4.000.00 per m2 per day. -7 s/d 10 days per 6,000.00 m² per day. -11 days over 10,000.00 per m² today. 4. The use of other facilities a. 1,000.00 per SANITARY FACILITY once in. .. b. the base Wagon 1,000.00 per day. c. Place Luggage 1,000.00 per hour. Section 22 Levies owed withheld in the Region conducting terminals. Part five Special Place Parking Levy Article 23 (1) with the name Levy a special place Parking levy imposed upon service of a special place of parking provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. (2) a special Parking Places a levy on Objects is a special parking places services provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. (3) excluded from the levy on objects referred to in subsection (2) is the service of parking spaces provided, owned and/or managed by the Government, STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, LOCAL, and private parties. Article 24 (1) the subject of a special Place Parking Levy is a private person or entity that uses/utilizes a special parking place facility provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. (2) Compulsory Levies Special Parking Place is a private person or entity that uses/utilizes a special parking place facility provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. Article 25 the level of use of the service is measured based on time period and the types of vehicles using the special parking place. Article 26 (1) the structure and size of parking rates set for once parking is as follows: No. Type of vehicle the magnitude of Tariff a. Motorcycle IDR 1000.00 b. Taxi, car and Rp. 2,000 c. Bus, Mini Bus, Pick Up and the like Rp. 3.000 d. Truck Rp. 3.000 e. Truck Gandengan and the like Rp. 5,000 http://www.bphn.go.id/13 (2) a person or legal entity can be a customer parking and parking levy imposed a subscription. (3) the structure and size of the parking levy rate subscription as referred to in paragraph (2), to 1 (one) vehicle per year is: No. Type of vehicle the magnitude of Tariff a. Motorcycle Rp. 50,000.0 0 b. Taxi, car and the like Rp. 100,000, 0 0 c. Bus, Mini Bus, Pick Up and the like Rp. 110,000, 0 0 d. Truck Rp 125,000, 0 0 e. Gandengan Truck and the like Rp. 200,000, 0 0 article 27 Levies owed withheld in the region the region where special service parking lot. The sixth part of the Levy Residence/Building/Villa of article 28 (1) with the name Levy Residence/Building/Villa imposed a levy on top of the service of the building/residence/villa provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. (2) the object of Levy Residence/Building/Villa is a service of lodging place/building/villa provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. (3) excluded from the levy on objects referred to in subsection (2) is the residence/building/villa provided, owned and/or managed by the Government, STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, LOCAL, and private parties. Article 29 (1) the subject of the Levy Residence/Building/villas are private persons or entities that use/enjoy residence/building/villa. (2) Compulsory Levy Residence/Building/Villa is a private person or entity that uses the residence/building/villa. Article 30 use of the Service Level is measured based on the class and the usage period of the residence/building/villa. Article 31 structure and magnitude of tariff levy Residence/Building/Villa per person per day defined as follows: 2 http://www.bphn.go.id/No. The class Room the magnitude of Tariff 1. VIP: IDR 150,000 RP 2. Standard: IDR 100,000.00 3. The economics of IDR 75,000.00 Article 32 Levy owed withheld in the Region with respect to the service of lodging/building/villa. The seventh part Retribution Slaughterhouse Animals Article 33 (1) with the name Levy Slaughterhouse Animals imposed a levy on top of service provision facilities of slaughterhouses including animal health inspection service before and after the cut, provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. (2) the objects of Retribution Slaughterhouse animals is service provision facilities of slaughterhouses including animal health inspection service before and after the cut, provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. (3) excluded from the levy on objects referred to in subsection (2) is the provision of the service facilities of slaughterhouses provided, owned and/or managed by the STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, LOCAL, and private parties. Article 34 (1) the subject of Retribution Slaughterhouse animals is a private person or entity that acquires service provision facilities of slaughterhouses including livestock health screening service before and after the cut, provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. (2) Compulsory Levies Slaughterhouse animals is a private person or entity that acquires service provision facilities of slaughterhouses including livestock health screening service before and after the cut, provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. Article 35 the level of use of the service is measured based on facilities providing animal and poultry slaughterhouse, animals and poultry, services examination, volume and/or a sample as well as elements of the examination material used. Article 36 (1) the structure and magnitude of tariff levies withholding animals defined as follows: No. Types of Animal Services Pemeriksaa n (Rp.) ingredients (Rp) Facilities RPH (Rp.) the magnitude of the Rate (IDR) of a. cattle, Buffalo, Horses & 10,000.00 5,000.0 0 60,000.0 0 75,000.00 per tail. b. Goats/Sheep 4,000.00 1,000.0 0 15,000.0 0 20,000.00 per tail. 15 http://www.bphn.go.id/


c. Pigs 6,000.00 2,000.0 0 7,000.00 25,000.00 per tail. d. Poultry---1,000.00 per tail. (2) for cutting animals as referred to in paragraph (1) pet owners obliged to show the certificate of ownership of animals. (3) an animal that is cut for the purpose of religious rites or customs charge levies. Article 37 Levies owed withheld in the territory of the region where the service of animal and poultry slaughterhouse. Article 38 (1) of each animal and poultry will be deducted must be checked first by the Health Experts appointed by the Department of agriculture. (2) the expert Officer will conduct the examination of each animal and poultry will be deducted after the owner show the Certificate of ownership of animals and poultry from the village chief and or Head. (3) a special female animals will be deducted should be checked in advance by fertility experts. Article 39 (1) if in the examination as in Article 38 paragraph (1), it turns out that animals and poultry illness or in case of bunting, Expert Officers can be stated in order that the animal not to cut. (2) in the case referred to in subsection (1), the pet owners are entitled to file a re-examination to the Experts and the cost of the examination are borne by the owner of the animal. Article 40 animal and poultry Cuts may be executed outside of a Slaughterhouse animals, after the owner shows the animal health Certificate issued by the Department of agriculture. Article 41 (1) Interpreters check the meat and check Meat members of other bodies of animals who have been cut off. (2) meat and other body anggota-angota expressed well, to receive a mark stamped on meat, while not stated either to be destroyed by the Spokesman review. The eighth part Retribution Service Kepelabuhanan Article 42 (1) by the name of Kepelabuhanan service of Levy imposed a levy on top of kepelabuhanan services, including other facilities in the neighborhood http://www.bphn.go.id/16 port provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. (2) object Kepelabuhanan Service Levy is kepelabuhanan services, including other facilities surroundings the Harbour provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. (3) excluded from the levy on objects referred to in subsection (2) is the kepelabuhanan services provided, owned and/or managed by the Government, STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, LOCAL, and private parties. Article 43 (1) the subject of Retribution Service Kepelabuhanan is a private person or entity that acquires kepelabuhanan services, including other facilities at the port environment is provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. (2) a compulsory Levy of service Kepelabuhanan is a private person or entity that acquires kepelabuhanan services, including other facilities at the port environment is provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. Article 44 the level of use of the service is measured based on time period, type of activity, type of vessel and the type of utilization of facilities at the port or dock. Article 45 the structure and magnitude of tariff levy on goods and services the harbour dock are set as follows: a. the docking ships per day: the magnitude of rates (IDR) 1. Ships with the size to 50 GT 25,000.00 2. Ships with size 50 GT up 40,000.00 b. Docking ship/Speed Boat passengers per day: 1. Ship/Speed Boat with a size of 1-3 GT 10,000.00 2. Ship/Speed Boat with size 4-7 GT 20,000.00 3. Ship/Speed Boat size 8-50 GT 30,000.00 c. loading and unloading of goods : 1. Loading and unloading in the form of big-box packing size 70 cm x 40 cm X 45 cm/dos 2 500.00. Loading and unloading in the form of small boxes or medium-size per 250.00 dos 3. Loading and unloading in the form of a small box or packaging size 35 cm x 20 cm X 25 cm per 100.00 dos 4. Loading and unloading by using container per piece 75,000.00 5. Loading and unloading in the form of sheets/playwood/zinc and the like 100.00 per sheet 6. Loading and unloading of goods of cement per zak. 200.00 7. Loading and unloading goods, rice, flour, sugar and the like per zak 200.00 8. Loading and unloading Spare parts/electronics/Iron or the like 1,000.00 per kg 9. The six-wheeled vehicle loading and unloading upwards per unit 35,000.00 10. A four-wheeled vehicle loading and unloading per unit. 30,000.00 11. Two-wheeled vehicle loading and unloading/three per unit. 15,000.00 17 http://www.bphn.go.id/12. Loading and unloading bicycles per unit. 1,000.00 13. Unloading the minerals C per m³ 1,000.00 14. Unloading scrap/second-hand Spare parts and the like per m³ 1,000.00 15. Unloading chemicals (B3) 1,000.00 per litre and the like. Loading and unloading of livestock: a. type of Poultry per koli or box 5,000.00 b. cows, Buffalo, pigs and goats 7,000.00 per fish d. Stacking goods in Warehouses per ton per m2 per day: 1. The first day till the third day 2,000.00 2. The fourth day until the sixth day of 4,000.00 3. Seventh day onwards 10,000.00 E. every person who entered the dock/port 1,000.00 f. passenger Usage of the parking Facilities in the port of goods/Dock for once parking: 1,000.00 Motorcycle Taxi, car and Bus, Bus Mini 2,000.00, Pick ups and the like 3,000.00 3,000.00 Truck Gandengan Truck and the like 5,000.00 g. place of business Usage per m2 per month: 7,500.00 Canteen Store 5,000.00 Kiosk/Stall 5,000.00 H. -Use of the toilets once per entry: 1,000.00 Article 46 Levies owed withheld in the region the region where kepelabuhanan services. The ninth part Retribution Recreation and sports Article 47 (1) with the name of the sports and Recreation Levy imposed a levy on top of the Ministry of recreation, tourism, and sports provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. (2) a levy on Objects of recreational and Sports Venues is the Ministry of recreation, tourism, and sports provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. (3) excluded from the levy on objects referred to in subsection (2) is the Ministry of recreation, tourism, and sports provided, owned and/or managed by the Government, STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, LOCAL, and private parties. Article 48 (1) the subject of Retribution Recreation and sport is a private person or entity that uses/enjoys the Ministry of recreation, tourism, and sports provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. 18 http://www.bphn.go.id/(2) a compulsory levy on Recreation and sport is a private person or entity that uses/enjoys the Ministry of recreation, tourism, and sports provided, owned and/or managed by local governments. Article 49 (1) the level of use of the service levy place sports is measured based on the type and the usage period of the facilities provided in the place of sport. (2) the level of use of the service levy recreation groups measured by visitor recreation area. Article 50 the structure and magnitude of tariff levies set out as follows: a. the use of Sports Venues: No. The type of Field sports the magnitude of Tariff 1. Volley Ball Court per hour per club:  06.00 until 6.00 pm (noon) of Rp. 10.000  7 pm until 23.00 (night) of Rp. 25.000 2. Basketball Court:  06.00 until 6.00 pm (noon) of Rp. 10.000  7 pm until 23.00 (night) of Rp. 25.000 3. Once the main football field per club: a. Stadium:  06.00 until 6.00 pm (noon) of Rp. 150,000.00  7 pm until 23.00 (night) of Rp. 2,500,000 2,000 b. Non other Stadiums:  06.00 until 18.00 is Rp. 50.000 4. Tennis Court per hour per club: a. Indoor:  06.00 until 6.00 pm (noon) of Rp. 10.000  7 pm until 23.00 (night) of Rp. 25.000 b. Out Door:  06.00 until 18.00 Rp 7,000.00.5. Indoor Badminton Court per hour per club: Rp. 25.000 6. Sepak Takraw Court per hour per club:  06.00 until 6.00 pm (noon) of Rp. 10.000  7 pm until 23.00 (night) of Rp. 25.000 7. Golf course per person USD 15,000.00 8. Fitness per hour per person USD 5,000.00 b. Recreation at Mount White, Museum/Palace, KM 18, beach, and beach Yellow Tirta Nibung Bunyu for once: No. Magnitude category Tariff 1. Adult Rp. 2,000 2. Children Rp. 1000.00 7 http://www.bphn.go.id/


Article 51 Levies owed withheld in the region the area where recreational and organized sports. The tenth part of the Levy of water Crossings Article 52 (1) with the name Levy imposed levies on water Crossings over the stewardship of the crossing of persons or goods by using the vehicle in the water that are owned and/or managed by local governments. (2) the objects of Retribution in the service water is Crossing the crossing of persons or goods by using the vehicle in the water that are owned and/or managed by local governments. (3) excluded from the levy on objects referred to in subsection (2) is a Ministry of the Government-run crossings, STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, LOCAL, and private parties. Article 53 (1) of the subject of Retribution in Water Crossings are a private person or entity that uses/enjoys the service of crossing of persons or goods by using the vehicle in the water that are owned and/or managed by local governments. (2) Compulsory Levies on Water Crossings are a private person or entity that uses/enjoys the service of crossing of persons or goods by using the vehicle in the water that are owned and/or managed by local governments. Article 54 the rate of use of the service is measured based on the Volume and type of crossing modes. Article 55 the structure and magnitude of tariff levies are set as follows: No. The type of Service the magnitude of Tariff 1. Children aged 5-16 Years per child 1,000.00 until Rp. 2. Adults above 17 years per person USD 2,000.00 3. Motorcycle riders per unit USD 5,000.00 4. Passenger car/Transport (s. d. 8 people) per unit of Rp. 10.000 5. Small bus (1.16 d) per unit of Rp 15.000,00 6. The bus is currently (1 s.d 11 people) per unit of IDR 20,000.00 7. Large buses (24 People upwards) per unit of Rp. 25.000 8. Pick Up per unit of Rp. 10.000 9. Small truck (s. d. 5 tonnes) per unit of IDR 20,000.00 20 http://www.bphn.go.id/10. Medium truck (5 s. d 14 tons) per unit of Rp. 25.000 11. Big truck (15 Tons and above) per unit of 30.000,00 USD 12. Tronton truck/container per unit of Rp. 50.000 Article 56 Levies owed withheld in the territory of the region where the crossing is held. CHAPTER III PRINCIPLES and OBJECTIVES DETERMINATION of TARIFF LEVIES Article 57 (1) Principles and objectives in the determination of the magnitude of the rate charged for a service Business based on a goal to earn decent profits. (2) a decent Profits referred to in subsection (1) is the profit earned in the business services are performed efficiently and oriented at market price. Article 58 (1) the price of the Levy referred to in article 6 paragraph (2), article 11, article 16, article 21, article 26 paragraph (1) and (3), article 31, article 36, article 45, article 50 and article 55, be reviewed the longest of three (3) years. (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) subject to the Regulations of Regent upon the provisions of laws-the applicable invitation. CHAPTER IV LEVY PERIOD Article 59 (1) the time of retribution is a period length of 1 (one) months since set SKRD or other document, unless other specified equated by the Regent. (2) a levy payable in a time of retribution at the moment specified SKRD or other equated document. Chapter V of the POLL is considered part of the LEVY Ordinance Chapter 60 21 http://www.bphn.go.id/Ballots (2) Eritreans Retribution cannot be diborongkan. (2) Levy imposed by using SKRD or other documents used interchangeably. (3) other documents used interchangeably referred to in paragraph (2) be in the form of tickets, coupons, and subscription card. (4) the results of the poll levy referred to in subsection (2), Cash deposited to the General Area within 2 x 24 hours, except the area because of its geographical conditions are hard to reach with communication and transportation, deposit the entire voting public cash into the account area at the latest within 30 (thirty) calendar days. The second part of the payment Procedures of article 61 (1) payment of levies owed must be paid all at once. (2) the payment of the levy referred to in subsection (1), done in the Cash area or elsewhere who are appointed on the basis of other documents or SKRD equated. (3) the payment of the levy payable as referred to in paragraph (1), be at least 30 (thirty) days since SKRD diterbitkankanya or other equated document. The third part of article 62 Administrative Sanctions in the event of certain Levy Payers do not pay on time or less pay, administrative penalties in the form of an interest rate of 2% (two percent) per month of the amount of levy payable that are not or less paid and billed using STRD. The fourth section of the Billing Procedures of article 63 (1) Billing Levy payable was preceded by a letter of Reprimand. (2) Letter of reprimand/Warning Expenditure/other similar Letters as early actions implementing billing levy, issued after 7 (seven) days from the due date. (3) within 7 (seven) days after the letters of Reprimand/Warning letter or other similar Compulsory Levy should pay retribusinya owed. (4) letters of Reprimand as referred to in paragraph (1), issued by the designated Officer. Part five Objections to article 64 (1) Mandatory certain Retribution can file objections to the Regent or only the designated officials over SKRD or other documents which are used interchangeably. 22 http://www.bphn.go.id/(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 the document or other SKRD equated 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 65 (1) the Governors within 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 objections raised by Regent's decision should be given. (3) the decision of the Regents 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 Regent did not give a decision, an objection filed is considered granted. Article 66 (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. The sixth Article 67 Utilization Utilization from the receipt of the respective types of Levies to fund activities that are directly related to the Organization of the Ministry. CHAPTER VI PROCEDURES for GRANTING WAIVERS, DEDUCTIONS, EXEMPTIONS and LEVY SERTASANKSI Article 68 (1) the Governors can provide relief, reduction, exemption and levy. (2) Waivers, deductions and exemptions and levy sanctions as referred to in paragraph (1) may only be granted when the subject of retribution experienced: a. natural disasters; 23 or http://www.bphn.go.id/


b. bankruptcy based on a court decision that has the force of law. (3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for the granting of waivers, deductions and exemptions and levy sanctions as referred to in paragraph (2), be governed by the rules of Regent. CHAPTER VII REPAYMENT of OVERPAYMENT of article 69 (1) of the excess payment of Levy, the compulsory Levy may apply for return to the Regent. (2) the Governors within a period of not longer than 6 (six) months, from the receipt of the application for a refund of the excess payment of the Levy referred to in subsection (1), must give a decision. (3) if the period referred to in subsection (2) has been exceeded and the Regent did not give a decision, requests for refund of payment of the levy is considered granted and SKRDLB must be published within a period of not longer than 1 (one) month. (4) if the Compulsory Levy has other levy debt, excess payment of Levy referred to in subsection (1) immediately taken into account to pay off the first debt Levy. (5) the refund of the excess payment of the Levy referred to in subsection (1) is carried out within a period of not longer than 2 (two) months from the publication of SKRDLB. (6) If a refund of excess payment of Retribution done after 2 (two) months, Governor gives in return for an interest rate of 2% (two percent) a month for the delay in payment of the excess payment of Levy. (7) further Provisions regarding the procedures for refund of excess payment of the levy referred to in subsection (1) is subject to the rule of Regent. CHAPTER VIII EXPIRED BILLING article 70 (1) right to do billing Levy became obsolete after the time exceeds three (3) years counted since terutangnya Retribution, unless Compulsory Levies do criminal acts in the field of 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 his consciousness States still had a debt Levy and not pay it off to local governments. 24 http://www.bphn.go.id/(5) acknowledgement of debt 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 71 (1) accounts receivable Levy that might not billed again because the right to perform the billing already expired can be eliminated. (2) the deletion Decision set Regent accounts receivable Levies which already expired as intended in paragraph (1). (3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for removal of accounts receivable levy out-of-date Regulations subject to the Regent. CHAPTER IX EXAMINATION of article 72 (1) Regent authorities conduct an examination to test the compliance of fulfillment of obligations in order to implement the Levy regulations Levy area. (2) Compulsory Levies are examined: a. mandatory shows and/or lend books or notes, the document becomes the essence and other documents relating to the object of tax or levy owed object; b. provide an opportunity to enter a place or room that is considered necessary and provide assistance to the smooth running of the examination; and/or c. provides information that is required. (3) further Provisions regarding the procedures for examination of the levy is set by regulation Regent. CHAPTER X VOTING INCENTIVES Article 73 (1) establishments that carry out a vote of 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) was carried out in accordance of legislation. CHAPTER XI PROVISIONS INVESTIGATION of article 74 (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 Regional Levy, referred to in the law of criminal procedure. 25 http://www.bphn.go.id/(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 laws-invitation. (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 regional levies 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 a criminal offence in the field regional levies; c. requesting information and evidence from a private person or entity with respect to any criminal offence in the field regional levies; d. examine the books, records, and other documents with respect to a criminal offence in the field regional levies; 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 regional levies; 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; h. photographing someone related to a criminal offence in the field regional levies; 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 regional levies 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 XII of the CRIMINAL PROVISIONS of article 75 (1) 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. (2) a criminal offence referred to in subsection (1) is an offence. Article 76 26 http://www.bphn.go.id/a fine as stipulated in article 75 subsection (1) constitutes acceptance of the State. CHAPTER XIII TRANSITIONAL PROVISION of article 77 of the regulation at the time this area was applicable, the Levy is still payable based on local regulations regarding Levy of Bulungan Regency type Retribution Service Business before, could still be charged for a period of 5 (five) years counted since then payable. CHAPTER XIV CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 78 at the time the regulations come into effect this area: 1. Local regulations No. 1 of 1999 regarding Levy Terminal (Regional District of Bulungan Sheet number 7 1999 Serie B Number 7); 2. Applicable local No. 2 of 1999 regarding Levy Inn/Building/Villa (Regional District of Bulungan Sheet number 8 1999 series B No. 8), as amended by Regional Regulation number 22 in 2002 about the changes to the Regulatory Area number 2 in 1999 about the Levy Residence/Building/Villa (Regional District of Bulungan Sheet number 22 of 2002 Series C number 11); 3. Regulation No. 4 Area in 1999 about Levy Recreation and sports (Regional District of Bulungan Gazette No. 10 of 1999 series B No. 10); 4. Applicable local number 6 in 1999 about the Retribution of the wearing of the wealth of the region (Regional District of Bulungan Sheet No. 12 of 1999 series B No. 12) as amended by regulation in the Bulungan Regency Area Number 9 of 2002 on changes to the Regulation region number 6 in 1999 about the Retribution of the wearing of the wealth of the region (Regional District of Bulungan Sheet Number 21 of the 2002 Series C No. 10); 5. Applicable local number 7 in 1999 about the Levy of sales Production Business area (Regional District of Bulungan Gazette No. 13 1999 series B No. 13); 6. Applicable local No. 9 in 2002 about the use of road Dispensation Levies and bridges using a motor vehicle exceeding the weight of the heaviest Payloads Axis (Gazette No. 9 of Bulungan Regency Area in 2002, Series C No. 9); 7. Local regulations No. 10 of 2003 about Levy's Service Port and Airport (Regional District of Bulungan Gazette No. 10 of 2003 Series C No. 3); revoked and declared no longer valid. Article 79 of things which have not been provided for in the regulation of this area is all about the technical implementation is governed by the regulations further Regent who guided the provisions and regulations in force. 27 http://www.bphn.go.id/


Article 80 of regulation of this area comes into force on the date of promulgation. In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the pegundangan Regulation of this area with its placement in the Bulungan Regency Area of the sheet. Set in Tanjung Selor on January 27, 2011 DEAR BULUNGAN REGENT ARIFIN Enacted in Tanjung Selor on January 27, 2011 at the BULUNGAN REGENCY SECRETARY, S U D A J T I SHEET BULUNGAN REGENCY AREA in 2011 number 11. EXPLANATION of APPLICABLE LOCAL REGENCY of BULUNGAN number 11 in 2011 ABOUT BUSINESS SERVICES LEVY i. 28 http://www.bphn.go.id/GENERAL Levy levy is area area as a potential source of regional income, in order to finance the implementation of the Organization of the Government of the region. The levy as payment for certain services. As it known that Business Services are the services provided by local authorities with the commercial principles of reciprocity because basically it can also be provided by the private sector. However the policy implemented based on the principle of retribution regional democracy, equity and justice, as well as the role of the community, and accountability with regard for the potential that exists in the area. In an effort to improve service to the community and independence area, especially in supporting the smooth conduct of the Government, the development and construction of community in berdayaguna and berhasilguna, the need for community participation and contribution through the payment of retribution for the people or entities that acquire services effort. In addition, in order to carry out the construction, supervision and control of certain activities by the community in terms of business services, the need for a legal basis as a guideline in its execution. As it known that during this Regional Levies based on Act No. 18 of 1997 on Tax and regional Levies Area as amended by Act No. 34 of 2000 Jo. Government Regulation Number 20 in 1997 about Retribution Area as has been replaced with the Government Regulation Number 66 in 2001 about Retribution area in article 3 paragraph (2), the type of Levy's Services Business consists of: 1. A levy on Wealth Usage Area; 2. A levy on Wholesale Markets and/or Shops; 3. Levy Auction; 4. Retribution Terminal; 5. Levy Special Parking Places; 6. Levy Residence/Building/Villa; 7. Outhouse are siphoned off Retribution; 8. Retribution Slaughterhouse animals; 9. Levy Service Ship; 10. Retribution Recreation and sports; 11. Retribution Crossings over water; 12. Levy Liquid waste processing; 13. Levy Sales Production Business area. With respect to the establishment of Act No. 28 of 2009 about local tax and Regional Levies in lieu of Act No. 18 of 1997 on Tax and regional Levies Area as amended by Act No. 34 of 2000, as stipulated in article 127, the kind of retribution service businesses become 11 (eleven) consisting of: 1. A levy on Wealth Usage Area; 2. A levy on Wholesale Markets and/or Shops; 3. Levy Auction; 4. Retribution Terminal; 5. Levy Special Parking Places; 6. Levy Residence/Building/Villa; 7. Retribution Slaughterhouse animals; 8. Retribution Service Kepelabuhanan; 9. Levy Recreation and sports; 10. Retribution Crossings in water; 11. Levy Sales Production Business area. 29 http://www.bphn.go.id/with regards to such matters and in order to implement the provisions in section 149 subsection (3) and section 156 subsection (1), Act No. 28 of 2009 about local tax and Regional Levies, need to set about Levy area. Therefore, based on the above considerations, then local governments perceive the need to immediately draw up and establish local regulations about Retribution Service effort to replace the previous perda-change, which is based on Act No. 28 of 2009 about local tax and Regional Levies, unless the Levy of sales Production Business Area is not regulated in the regulations for this Area because there is no potential in the area. II. For the SAKE of ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1 is pretty clear. Article 2 is quite clear. Chapter 3 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2)-use of the wealth of the region, among other things, rental of land and buildings, laboratories, and motor vehicles. Paragraph (3) the use of land does not change the function of the soil, among other things, piling electrical/telephone or power lines unfolding/planting/phone on the edge of the road. Article 4 is quite clear. Article 5 is quite clear. Article 6 is quite clear. Article 7 is quite clear. Article 8 is quite clear. Article 9 is quite clear. Article 10 is quite clear. Article 11 is quite clear. Article 12 is quite clear. Chapter 13 is quite clear. Article 14 is quite clear. Article 15 is quite clear. Article 16 is quite clear. Article 17 is clear enough. 30 http://www.bphn.go.id/Article 18 is quite clear. Article 19 is quite clear. Article 20 is quite clear. Clause 21 is quite clear. Section 22 is quite clear. Article 23 is quite clear. Article 24 is quite clear. Article 25 is quite clear. Article 26 is quite clear. Article 27 is quite clear. Article 28 is quite clear. Article 29 is pretty clear. Article 30 is quite clear. Article 31 is quite clear. Article 32 is quite clear. Article 33 is quite clear. Article 34 is quite clear. Article 35 is quite clear. Article 36 is quite clear. Article 37 is clear enough. Article 38 is quite clear. Article 39 is quite clear. Article 40 is quite clear. Article 41 is quite clear. Article 42 is quite clear. Article 43 is quite clear. Article 44 is quite clear. Article 45 is quite clear. Article 46 is pretty clear. Article 47 is quite clear. 31 http://www.bphn.go.id/Article 48 is quite clear. Article 49 is quite clear. Article 50 is quite clear. Article 51 is clear enough. Article 52 is quite clear. Article 53 is quite clear. Article 54 is quite clear. Article 55 is quite clear. Article 56 is quite clear. Article 57 is quite clear. Section 58 subsection (1) is quite clear. Subsection (2) is quite clear. Paragraph (3) in terms of the magnitude of tariff levies that have been established in local regulations need to be adjusted because of the cost of service provision is quite large and/or magnitude of an ineffective rates again to control the demand for such services, the Regent can tailor the price of retribution. Article 59 is quite clear. Article 60 sufficiently clear. Article 61 is quite clear. Article 62 is quite clear. Article 63 is quite clear. Article 64 is quite clear. Article 65 is quite clear. Article 66 is pretty clear. Article 67 is quite clear. Article 68 is quite clear. Article 69 is quite clear. Article 70 is quite clear. Article 71 is quite clear. Article 72 is quite clear. 32 http://www.bphn.go.id/of article 73 paragraph (1) the definition "establishments that carry out voting" is the Department/agency/institution whose basic tasks and functions carry out polls to retribution. Paragraph (2) the granting of the magnitude of the incentives is done through discussions conducted by local authorities with the fittings of the regional House of representatives wing of financial problems at the time of the deliberations of the BUDGETS. Paragraph (3) is quite clear. Article 74 is quite clear. Article 75 is quite clear. Article 76 is quite clear. Article 77 is pretty clear. Article 78 is quite clear. Article 79 is quite clear. Article 80 is quite clear. BULUNGAN REGENCY AREA GAZETTE EXTRA No. 8. 33 http://www.bphn.go.id/