Regulation Of The Minister Of Finance Number 93/fmd. 06/2010 2010

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Keuangan Nomor 93/PMK.06/2010 Tahun 2010

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BN 217-2010 REPUBLIC INDONESIA No. 217, 2010 MINISTRY of FINANCE. Auction. Implementation Instructions. REGULATION of the MINISTER of FINANCE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 93/FMD. 06/2010 ABOUT the AUCTION GUIDELINES with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the MINISTER of FINANCE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that in order to improve the service of auctions, as well as realizing the implementation of the auction are more efficient, effective, transparent, accountable, fair, and guarantee legal certainty, it is deemed as necessary to do completion on auction; b. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, the need to set a regulation of the Minister of finance about the auction Guidelines; Given: 1. The auction legislation (Vendu Reglement, Ordonantie February 28 1908 Staatsblad 1908:189 as has been modified several times with Staatsblad 1941:3); 2. Act No. 8 of 1997 about the acceptance of the country instead of taxes (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 43 in 1997, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 14); www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 2 3. Auction instructions (Vendu Instructie, Staatsblad 1908:190 as last amended several times with the Staatsblad 1930:85); 4. Government Regulation Number 44 in 2003 about the Tariff Over the kind of Acceptance State Tax is not applicable to the Department of Finance (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 95 in 2003, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4313); 5. the presidential Regulation No. 10 in 2005 about the Task and Organizational Unit Echelons I Ministries of the Republic of Indonesia as it has several times changed the last presidential regulation Number 50 in 2008; 6. Presidential regulation Number 95 in 2006 about the Organization and the work of Institutions in the Environment Department of finance Vertical as amended Presidential Regulation number 22 in 2007; 7. Presidential regulation Number 47 in 2009 about the formation and organization of the Ministries; 8. Presidential Decree Number 83/P in 2009; 9. Regulation of the Minister of finance Number 100/FMD. 01/2008 about the Organization and the work of the Ministry of finance as it has several times changed with the regulation of the Minister of finance Number 143.1/FMD. 01/2009; 10. Regulation of the Minister of finance Number 102/FMD. 01/2008 about the Organization and governance of Employment Agency Directorate General Vertical Wealth countries; 11. The decision of the Minister of finance Number 347/KMK. 01/2008 about Echelon Officials authorized the Pelimpahan I in the Environment Department of finance for and on behalf of the Minister of finance Signed letters and or the decision of the Minister of finance; Decide: Define: REGULATION Of The MINISTER Of FINANCE ABOUT The AUCTION GUIDELINES. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 3 CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this regulation of the Finance Minister is: 1. The auction is a sale of goods which are open to the public with a price quote in writing and/or oral increases or decreases to reach the highest price, which was preceded by the announcement of an auction. 2. Merchandise is any object or the rights that can be sold in an auction. 3. Auction Announcement was notice to the public of any Auction with the intention to gather interest in this auction and notice to the parties concerned. 4. Execution of the auction is an auction in order to carry out the ruling of the Court, the assignment/other documents that equated with it, and/or implement a provision in the legislation. 5. Auction Noneksekusi auction is Obliged to carry out the sale of the goods by the legislation are required to be sold in an auction. 6. Auction Noneksekusi auction is Voluntary upon private property, persons or legal entities/businesses that are auctioned on a voluntary basis. 7. the Minister is the Minister of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia. 8. The Directorate-General of the country's Wealth, which is hereinafter referred to as DJKN, is a unit of Echelon I in the Environment Ministry of finance which has the task of formulating and implementing the policies and technical standards in the field of wealth State, accounts receivable of State and the auction in accordance with policies established by the Minister of finance and pursuant to applicable legislation. 9. The Director General is the Director General of the country's Wealth. 10. the Regional Office of the Directorate General of the country's Wealth, which is hereinafter referred to regional offices, the Agency is the Directorate General vertical Wealth Countries that are under and is responsible directly to the Director General of the country's Wealth. 11. Service Office a wealth of State and the Auction, which was called KPKNL, are instances of Directorate General of State Wealth vertical www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 on the bottom and is responsible directly to the head of the regional office. 12. The Office of the Officer Class II Auction is a private office seat class II Auction Officials. 13. the Auctioneer is a legal entity Indonesia shaped limited liability company (PT) specifically established to conduct business activities in the field of auctions. 2. Officials of the Auction is a person who by virtue of laws-the invitation was authorized specifically to carry out the sale of items in auction. 15. The auction is a class I Officer official of the Directorate General of employee Wealth Auction State authorities carry out Auctions of execution, Auction Noneksekusi Auction Noneksekusi and mandatory, voluntary. 16. The auction Officials class II is a private Auction Officials authorized to carry out Voluntary Noneksekusi Auction. 17. The auction Guide (Afslager) is a person who helps the auction Officials to offer and explain stuff in an implementation of the auction. 18. The auction Supervisor (Superintendent) is the official authorized to do coaching and supervision to the Auction Officials. 19. The seller is a person, legal entity or business establishments that based on legislation or the Covenant authorized to sell items in auction. 20. The owner of the Goods is the person or legal entity that has the right business/ownership of a item that is auctioned off. 21. Participants of the Auction is the person or legal entity/entities which are qualified to participate. 22. The purchaser is the person or legal entity/business entity that submits the highest bid and confirmed as the winner of the auction by Auction Officials. 23. the formal Legality of the subject and the object of the auction is a condition where the document requirements have been met by the applicant auction auction auction was actually kind of fit/seller and there is no difference, the data shows the legal relationship between an applicant/seller auction (auction subject) with the www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 5 will be auctioned (auction object), so the Auction Officials assured that the subject of the auction is entitled to auction the auction object, and the object of the auction can be auctioned off. 24. The repeated Auction is the implementation of an auction conducted to repeat the auction there are no goalkeepers, auctions on hold or auction Purchasers tort. 25. The deposit auction bidding is money deposited to an Office auction/Auctioneer Auction by Officials or prospective Bidder before the auction as the implementation of the terms of the auction participants. 26. The value of the Limit is the minimum price the items to be auctioned and set by the seller/owner of the goods. 27. The auction Price is the price of the highest bid submitted by the bidder who has been acknowledged as the winner of the auction by Auction Officials. 28. the Principal Auction is the price of the Auction has not yet been included in an auction buyer Auction Customs held by bidding prices exclusively or Auction Price minus Customs Auction buyers in an auction held by bidding prices are inclusive. 29. The results of the auction are the subject of Net Auctions Auction Seller reduced Customs and/or income tax on the income from the transfer of rights over the land and/or buildings (PPh Final) in an auction with auction prices exclusive deals, in an auction with bidding prices inclusive reduced Customs Auction buyers. 30. The obligation of payment of the Auction is the price paid by the buyer in the implementation of the auction that includes the Principal Customs Auction auctions and buyers. 31. The Customs Auction is based on customs regulations, subject to the seller and/or Buyer to any implementation of the auction, which is not a State Tax Receipts. 32. The auction is a news event Treatise implementation of auctions are made by officials of the Auction which is the authentic deed and has the power of proof. 33. Minuta Treatise Treatise is original Auction Auction following their attachments, which is document/state archives. 34. A copy of the Treatise of the auction is a copy Word for Word from the whole Treatise auction. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


2010, no. 217 6 35. The treatise is a quote Auction quotes word for Word from one or several parts of the Tractate auction. 36. Grosse Treatise Auction is the original copy of the Treatise Auction-headed "for the sake of Fairness Upon the divinity of the one true God. Article 2 Any implementation should be done by auction and/or before the Auction Officials unless specified otherwise by law or Government Regulation. Article 3 Auction which has been implemented in accordance with the applicable provisions, cannot be cancelled. Article 4 (1) of the auction still held despite followed only by one (1) person bidder. (2) in case there is no bidder, the auction still implemented and made note of the Auction No Bid. Article 5 Auction Executions include but are not limited to: Organizing Committee Execution Auction accounts receivable of State Affairs (PUPN), Auction, auction Trial Execution Execution tax, Bankruptcy, Property Executions Auction Auction Execution article 6 rights legislation Dependent (UUHT), an auction of Confiscated Objects Execution of article 45 of the book law of criminal procedure (CODE of CRIMINAL PROCEDURE), Auction, auction Swag Execution Execution Guarantee Fiduciary, Auction Item Execution stated Not Controlled or State-controlled Goods-customs Picking, auction, Auction, auction Pledge Execution Execution Objects Confiscated Article 18 paragraph (2) of Act No. 31 of 1999 regarding the eradication of criminal acts of Corruption as amended by Act No. 20 of 2001. Article 6 Auction Noneksekusi Mandatory including but not limited to: Auction of goods belonging to the country/region, the auction of goods belonging to the State-owned enterprises/local (STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES/D), Auction items that belong to the countries of the customs, Auction a boatload of Origin of valuable Objects That Sink (BMKT), and an auction of wood and Other forest products from first hand. Article 7 Voluntary Noneksekusi Auctions include but are not limited to: Auction of goods belonging to the STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES/D shaped Persero, bank owned property Auctions in www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 7 liquidation unless specified otherwise by regulations, the auction of goods belonging to a foreign State representatives, and auction Items belonging to the private sector. AUCTION OFFICIALS CHAPTER II article 8 (1) officials of the Auction consists of: a. the auction Officials class I; and b. class II Auction Officials. (2) Auction Officials authorized class I carry out auctions for all types of auction solicitation Seller/owner of the goods. (3) authorized class II Auction Officials implementing the Voluntary solicitation Noneksekusi auction Auctioneer or seller/owner of the goods. Article 9 the provisions more about Auction Officials class I, class II and Auction Officials Auctioneer, regulated by ministerial regulation. CHAPTER III the PREPARATION is considered part of the AUCTION Auction Application of article 10 (1) the seller/owner of the goods to make sales of goods in an auction through KPKNL, should file a petition for an auction in writing to the head of the implementation schedule for requested KPKNL auction auction requirements document, in accordance with the type of auction was actually. (2) in case the auction as mentioned in subsection (1) in the form of an auction of the execution Committee Affairs Receivables of the State, the petition proposed auction in the form of a note by the Office of the head of State of the accounts receivable Section KPKNL to Head KPKNL. (3) the seller/owner of the goods referred to in subsection (1) may use the Auctioneer to provide services of pralelang and/or pascalelang services. Article 11 (1) the seller/owner of the goods to make sales of goods in an auction through the Auctioneer or Auction Officials Office class II, shall be www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 8 filed a statement of claim in writing to the Leader auction Auctioneer/Auction Officer Class II, accompanied the auction requirements document in accordance with the type of auction was actually. (2) in the case of formal legality of subject and object in the auction have been met and the owner of the goods has given authority to the Auctioneer to sell in an auction, the Auctioneer filed a petition for an auction to Auction Officials KPKNL Head/class II to schedule execution of the auction was actually requested. Article 12 Head KPKNL/class II Auction Officials must not refuse the application for the proposed auction to him all documents the terms of auction is complete and meets the formal legality of the subject and object of an auction. Article 13 (1) in the event of a suit against the auction object rights to dependents of any party other than the debtor/debtor/husband or wife are executed, the execution of the auction is conducted based on the titular eksekutorial of certificate of Entitlement Dependants requiring fiat execution. (2) a petition for the implementation of the auction as mentioned in subsection (1) is carried out by the District Court. Article 14 application in case there are auctions of execution from creditors rights holder of collateral material associated with the ruling of the bankruptcy Declaration, then the execution of the auction is conducted by observing the Bankruptcy laws. Article 15 further Provisions regarding the procedures for application for auction and auction requirements document is governed by the regulation of the Director General. The second part of seller/owner of the goods, article 16 (1) the seller/owner of the goods is responsible for: a. the validity of ownership of the goods; b. validity of the document requirements of the auction; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 9 c. delivery of chattels and/or goods not moving; and d. the documents of ownership to the buyer. (2) the seller/owner of the goods is responsible for the civil suit or criminal charge arising in consequence of the no fulfillment of legislation in the field of auctions. (3) the seller/owner of the goods is liable for claims for damages against losses that arise because of the invalidity of the goods and documents the terms of auction. (4) the seller/owner of the goods must master the physical chattels that will be auctioned off, except for intangible goods, including but not limited to shares without clearance, charged right, copyright, trademark, and/or patent rights. (5) in the event that intangible goods be auctioned as referred to in paragraph (4), the seller/owner of the goods must be mentioned the types of items that were auctioned in the petition for the auction. Article 17 (1) the seller/owner of the goods may file an extra auction terms not contrary to laws and regulations, including but not limited to: a. the time period for the auction participants to view, examine the physical goods to be auctioned; b. the period of the taking of the goods by the buyer; and/or c. Description auction schedules to attendees prior to the implementation of the auction auctions (aanwijzing). (2) additional auction terms as referred to in subsection (1) is attached in the petition for the auction. Article 18 (1) the seller/owner of the goods obliged to show or hand over the original ownership documents to officials the longest Auction of 1 (one) working day prior to the implementation of the auction, the auction unless the execution according to the legislation can still be carried out even though the original document is not covered by the seller. (2) in the event the seller/owner of the goods handed over the original ownership documents as referred to in paragraph (1) to officials of the auction, the auction Officials revealed to participants of the Auction before the auction starts. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 10 (3) in the event the seller/owner of the goods did not submit the original ownership documents as referred to in paragraph (1) to officials of the auction, the seller/owner of the goods obliged to show it to the Bidder before the auction starts. The third Venue of auction the auction venue article 19 should be in the work area or Office area KPKNL Auction Officials place the goods are grade II. Article 20 (1) exceptions to the provisions referred to in article 19 shall be entered only after obtaining written consent of the competent authority, unless specified otherwise by laws-invitation. (2) the competent authority referred to in subsection (1) are, among others: a. the Director General on behalf of the Minister for the goods are outside the territory of the Republic of Indonesia; b. the Director of Auction on behalf of the Director General to the goods that were in the area between regional offices; or c. the head of the Office of the Local Area for items that are in the area of the Local Area Office. (3) the application for the approval of the implementation of the auction of goods that are outside the working area KPKNL or outside the Office of the Officer Class II Auction, presented by the seller to the officials referred to in subsection (2), provided a portion of the goods must be in the working area KPKNL/class II Auction Officials place the desired auction. (4) the consent referred to in subsection (1) apply for a period of 6 (six) months from the date of approval and attached to the petition for the auction. The fourth part Time Auction Implementation of article 21 (1) implementation time auction set by Head KPKNL or class II Auction Officials. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


2010, no. 217 11 (2) the implementation time of the auction as mentioned in subsection (1) done in the hours and days of work KPKNL, except for Voluntary Noneksekusi, Auctions could be held outside the hours and days of work with the written consent of the head of the Office of the Local Area. (3) the petition for approval of implementation of auction outside of the hours and days of work submitted by the seller/owner of the goods. (4) the agreement referred to in subsection (2) is attached to the petition for the auction. The fifth part of the Land Certificate (SKT) section 22 (1) implementation of the auction of land or land and building obligatory equipped with SKT of the local Land Office. (2) a request to the Head Office of SKT publishing Land proposed by the head of the local dignitaries KPKNL Auction Grade II. (3) in the case of land or land and buildings to be auctioned have not registered in the local Land Office, head of the auction Officials KPKNL or class II requires to seller to request a Certificate from the Head/village chief describing the status of ownership. (4) based on the Affidavits referred to in paragraph (3), the head or the auction Officials KPKNL class II asked the local Land Office to SKT. (5) the cost of maintaining SKT became the responsibility of the seller/owner of the goods. Article 23 (1) can be used multiple times in SKT no change of physical or juridical data data from land or the land and buildings will be auctioned, along with the ownership documents controlled by seller. (2) in the event that there is no change in the physical or juridical data data from land or land and buildings to be auctioned, the seller must include in the petition for the auction. (3) in the event of a change of physical or juridical data data from land or land and buildings to be auctioned, the seller must inform in writing the Head KPKNL or class II for Auction Officials requested the new SKT. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 12 (4) in the event the ownership documents not covered by the seller, the auction must be executed every requested new SKT. The sixth Cancellation Before an auction section 24 Auction to be implemented can only be cancelled by request of the seller or the provisional determination or ruling of the judiciary. Article 25 (1) the cancellation of an auction with the verdict of the Court assignment/delivered in writing and must be received by officials of the longest Auction before the auction starts. (2) in the event of cancellation before the auction as mentioned in subsection (1), the seller and the auction Officials should announce to the Bidder at the time of execution of the auction. Article 26 (1) cancellation of the auction at the request of the seller carried out in accordance with the provisions of the laws applicable to the invitation the seller. (2) the cancellation of the auction as mentioned in subsection (1) is submitted in writing and must be received by officials of the longest Auction of three (3) working days prior to the implementation of the auction, unless specified otherwise by the legislation. (3) in the event of cancellation before the auction as mentioned in subsection (1), the seller must announce the cancellation of the longest execution, 2 (two) days prior to implementation of the auction, unless specified otherwise by the legislation. (4) the announcement of the cancellation of the auction of implementation as referred to in paragraph (3) should be announced in the daily newspapers of the same in terms of Auction Announcements done through the daily newspapers. Article 27 cancellation of auction before the auction beyond implementation of the provisions referred to in Article 24 are conducted by officials of the Auction in the event that: a. the SKT for the implementation of the land auction or land and buildings do not yet exist; b. the items to be auctioned off in the status of special criminal, sita Auction Execution; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 13 c. There is a lawsuit over Auction implementation plan of execution under article 6 UUHT from parties other than the debtor or debtor's wife/husband/executed; d. items that will be auctioned in the status of execution of warranty/sita of sita/sita criminal, special Auction Noneksekusi; e. did not meet the formal legality of the subject and object of an auction as there are differences in the document data requirements for auction; f. Seller can't show or submit original ownership documents to officials of the auction as stipulated in article 18; g. sellers are not present at the time of execution of the auction, unless the auction is conducted via the internet; h. Announcements Auctions held Seller not implemented appropriate legislation; i. State of the force (force majeur situations)/kahar; the Limit Value j. noted in the announcement of the Auction does not comply with the Limit values of the assignment letter made by the seller/owner of the goods; or k. sellers are not controlled physically moving goods auctioned. Article 28 in the event of the cancellation of the auction as stipulated in article 24 and article 27, the Auction Participants have been depositing Bail auction bidding is not entitled to demand compensation. The seventh part of the Bail Bid Auction of article 29 (1) every auction required the existence of a deposit auction bidding. (2) the requirements referred to in subsection (1) may be waived at an auction of wood and Other forest products from first hand and Voluntary Noneksekusi Auction. Article 30 (1) Depositing Bail auction bidding is done: www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 14 a. through KPKNL account or directly to the Treasurer or the auction Officials KPKNL Reception Class I for auctions organized by KPKNL; b. through the Auctioneer's account or directly to the Auctioneer to auction type Volunteer Noneksekusi, organized by the Auctioneer and Auction Officials implemented by class I/class II Auction Officials; or c. through a special account on behalf of the Office of the Officer Class II Auction or directly to the Officer Class II Auction to auction organized by class II Auction Officials. (2) in any implementation of the auction, one (1) deposit the deposit auction bidding is valid only for one (1) package of goods or the goods bargained. Article 31 (1) a security deposit with the auction bidding amount at most Rp RP 20,000,000 (twenty million rupiah) can be deposited directly to the Treasurer, the Official Receipt KPKNL Auction Auctioneer, class I or class II most Auction Officials long before the auction starts. (2) Auction with auction bidding Deposit Rp RP 20,000,000 (twenty million rupiah) to be deposited through the acceptance of the Treasurer's account, account KPKNL Auctioneer or special accounts in the name of class II Auction Officials term the longest one (1) business day prior to the implementation of the auction must be effective on the account. Article 32 the magnitude of Bail Bid Auction is determined by the seller/owner of the goods is at least 20% (twenty percent) of the value of the Limit and at most equal to the value of the Limit. Article 33 (1) the deposit auction bidding that has been deposited, returned entirely without pieces to participants of the auctions that are not endorsed as a buyer. (2) a refund of the deposit auction bidding the longest one (1) working days since the request for refund of the auction Participants received. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 15 (3) Request the refund referred to in paragraph (2) of the original submission accompanied proof of identity with the setor and photocopying of the original show as well as other supporting documents. (4) a security deposit auction bidding from the Auction Participants was passed as the buyer, will be taken into account with the payment of all obligations in accordance with the terms of the auction. Article 34 (1) in the implementation and Execution of auctions Auction Noneksekusi mandatory, if the buyer does not settle payment obligations in accordance with the Auction (tort), the deposit auction bidding entirely deposited into the State Treasury within 1 (one) business day after the cancellation of the designation of the buyer by the auction Officials. (2) in the implementation of the voluntary Noneksekusi Auction organized by KPKNL, if buyer does not settle payment obligations in accordance with the Auction (tort), the deposit auction bidding deposit of 50% (fifty per cent) to the State Treasury within 1 (one) business day after the cancellation of the designation of the buyer by the Official Auction, and of 50% (fifty per cent) belong to the owner of the goods. (3) in the execution of Voluntary Noneksekusi Auction organized by the Auctioneer Auction Officials cooperated with class I, if the buyer does not settle payment obligations in accordance with the Auction (tort), the deposit auction bidding deposit of 50% (fifty per cent) to the State Treasury within 1 (one) business day after the cancellation of the designation of the buyer by the Official Auction, and of 50% (fifty per cent) belong to the owner of the goods and/or the Auctioneer according to agreement between the owner and Auctioneer. (4) in the implementation of the auction organized by the Auctioneer Auction Officials cooperated with class II, if the buyer does not settle payment obligations in accordance with the Auction (tort), the deposit auction bidding belongs to the owner of the goods and/or the Auctioneer according to agreement between the owner and Auctioneer. (5) in the implementation of auction the auction Officials held class II, if the buyer does not settle payment obligations in accordance with the Auction (tort), the deposit auction bidding belongs to the owner of the goods and/or class II Auction Officials according to agreement between the owner of the item and the auction Officer Class II. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


2010, no. 217 4 Part Grades Eighth Limit Article 35 (1) every implementation of auction required the existence of a Limit Value. (2) the determination of the value of the Limit of the responsibility of the Seller/owner of the goods. (3) the requirement of the existence of the Limit Values referred to in subsection (1) may not impose on a voluntary Noneksekusi Auction over chattels belonging to the person or legal entity/private business entities. Article 36 (1) the seller/owner of the goods in determining the value of the Limit, based on: a. the assessment by the Assessor; or b. assessments by Penaksir/Penaksir Team. (2) the Assessment referred to in subsection (1) a party who is doing the assessment independently based on competence. (3) Penaksir/Team Penaksir as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b is the party that comes from institutions or companies, vending, which performs assessments based on methods that can be accounted for, including the curators for art objects and antiques/ancient. (4) the value of the Limit on Auction Noneksekusi Voluntarily over the chattels belonging to the person, the legal entity/private business entities that use the value of the Limit set by the owner of the goods. (5) in the case of the bank creditors will become participants in the Auction of execution under article 6 UUHT, the value of the Limit to be set by the seller on the basis of the results of the Assessment. Article 37 (1) Limit Values are not confidential. (2) to auction Noneksekusi Auction, Compulsory Execution, and Execution of Non-voluntary Auction of goods does not move, the value of the Limit must be noted in the announcement of the auction. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 of 17 (3) for the auction of wood and other forest products from first hand and Voluntary Noneksekusi auction goods moving, can Limit Values not listed in the auction announcement. Article 38 in respect of implementation of the Auction, the value Limit on the previous auctions can be changed by the seller/owner of the goods with the mentioned reasons can be accounted for. Article 39 the value Limit is made in writing and submitted by the seller to the officials of the Auction at the latest before the auction starts. Article 40 further Provisions regarding the value of the Limit set by the regulation of the Director General. The ninth Auction Announcements section of article 41 (1) Sales in the auction was preceded by Announcements of auctions conducted by the seller. (2) the seller must submit proof of Auction Announcement pursuant to the Auction Officials. Article 42 (1) the announcement of Auction at least contain: a. the identity of the seller; b. day, date, time and place of execution of the auction is carried out; c. type and quantity of goods; d. location, land area, the type of land rights, and there is/absence of buildings, especially for goods not moving is land and/or buildings; e. the specifications of goods, especially for goods moved; f. time and place see the items to be auctioned; g. security deposit auction bidding include quantity, length of time, manner and place of deposit, in the event that required the existence of a deposit auction bidding; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 18 h. Limit Values except Auction timber and Other forest products from first hand and Voluntary Noneksekusi Auction for goods moved; i. how to auction bidding; and j. the auction period of payment obligations by the buyer. (2) the Auction Announcement arranged so that published on weekdays KPKNL and not complicate auction enthusiasts do the depositing Bail auction bidding. Article 43 (1) the announcement of the Auction is carried out through a daily newspaper published in the City/County the place stuff is located. (2) in case there are no daily newspapers referred to in subsection (1), the announcement of the Auction is announced in the daily newspapers published in the city/district nearby or in the capital of the province or the country's capital and circulating in the region or territory Office KPKNL Auction Officials class II place the goods will be auctioned. (3) the announcement of Auction through the daily newspaper as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) should have the tiras/print run: a. least 5,000 (five thousand) copies, if done daily newspapers published in the City/County; or b. the least 15,000 (fifteen thousand) copies, if done daily newspapers published in the capital of the province; or c. the lowest 20,000 (twenty thousand) copies, if done daily newspapers published in the capital. (4) in the case in an area there are no daily newspapers that meet the criteria referred to in paragraph (3), the announcement of an auction conducted on daily newspaper which is expected to have the highest print run/tiras. (5) the announcement of the Auction as mentioned in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), should be listed in main page/regular and could not be listed on the page of the supplement/supplemental/special. (6) the seller can add Announcements Auctions on other media in order to get the auction enthusiasts the existence. Article 44 (1) the announcement of the auction for the execution of Auctions of goods not moving or not moving goods are sold together with the goods moving, carried out with the following conditions: www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 19 a. announcements done 2 (two) times, a period of the first Auction Announcement to the Announcements the second Auction a 15 (fifteen) days and arranged so that the announcement of the second Auction does not fall on a holiday/day; b. the first announcement allowed does not use daily newspapers, but with the way the announcement through flyers, glue that is easy to read by the public, and/or through electronic media including the Internet, however in terms of desired by the seller, can be done via a daily newspaper; and c. the second Announcement must be made through a daily newspaper and conducted the most brief of 14 (fourteen) days prior to implementation of the auction. (2) the announcement of the auction for the execution of chattels Auction conducted 1 (one) time through daily newspapers the shortest 6 (six) days before implementation of the auction, unless: a. the auction items are quickly damaged/rotten or that harm or if the goods storage costs are too high, it can be done in less than 6 (six) days but should not be less than 2 (two) working days; and b. the fish auction and the like can be done in less than 6 (six) days but should not be less than one (1) business day. Article 45 (1) the announcement of an auction of execution of a Limit value of chattels a whole most Rp RP 20,000,000 (twenty million dollars) within one (1) time of auctions, can be done through daily newspapers in the form of advertising the shortest line 6 (six) days prior to implementation of the auction. (2) the Auction Announcement as referred to in paragraph (1) should be added to the Auction Announcement plugin on the same day for pasting in place that are easily read by most public or less on the Bulletin Board in the seller Office and KPKNL, which contains things as referred to in article 42 paragraph (1). (3) the announcement of the Auction in the form of classified ads through the daily newspaper as referred to in paragraph (1) contains at least the identity of the seller, name of goods auctioned, the place and time of the auction, as well as information the posting Auction plugin. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 20 Article 46 Special Announcements Auctions Tax Execution for the shortest chattels announced fourteen (14) days prior to implementation of the auction with the following conditions: a. for the implementation of the auction with the highest overall Limit at most Rp RP 20,000,000 (twenty million dollars) within one (1) time auctions, auction announcements may be made one (1) time via a plugin that is easy to read by the public and/or through the electronic media; b. for the implementation of the overall value of the auction Limit over Rp RP 20,000,000 (twenty million dollars) within one (1) time auction auction announcement, do one (1) time via a daily newspaper. Article 47 (1) the announcement of the Auction for the implementation of a repeated Execution of auctions, is done with the following conditions: a. the auction goods not moving or chattels sold together with goods not moving, carried out by means of: 1) the repeated Auction Announcement was done one (1) time via the shortest daily newspaper 7 (seven) days prior to implementation of the auction, if the implementation time auction reset does not exceed sixty (60) days from the execution of a previous auction or auction since the implementation of the latter; or 2) Auction Announcement Re apply the provisions referred to in Article 44 paragraph (1), if the implementation time auction reset done more than sixty (60) days from the execution of a previous auction or since the implementation of the last auction. b. auction goods move, the announcement of a restart is done in accordance with the Auction as stipulated in article 44 paragraph (2). (2) the repeated Auction Announcement as referred to in paragraph (1) shall designate the last Auction Announcement. Article 48 (1) the announcement of the auction for Auction Noneksekusi Auction Noneksekusi mandatory and Voluntary performed with the following conditions: a. the goods not moving or chattels sold together with goods not moving, do one (1) time via the shortest daily newspaper 7 (seven) days prior to implementation of the auction; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


2010, no. 217 21 b. chattels carried out one (1) time via the shortest daily newspaper 5 (five) days prior to implementation of the auction. (2) announcement of an auction to auction Noneksekusi Auction Noneksekusi mandatory and Voluntary provisions apply a repeated as referred to in paragraph (1). Article 49 (1) the announcement of the Auction for the implementation of Mandatory Noneksekusi Auction Noneksekusi Auction and the Value of the Limit entirely Voluntary at most Rp RP 30,000,000 (thirty million dollars) within one (1) time of auctions, can be done one (1) time via a plugin that is easy to read by the public and/or through the electronic media, the shortest 5 (five) days prior to implementation of the auction. (2) the provisions referred to in subsection (1) applies in the event that there is a written request from the seller by mentioning the reason announced via the plugin easy to read by the public and/or through electronic media and approved by the head or the auction Officials KPKNL class II. (3) the announcement of the Auction for the implementation of a compulsory Auction Noneksekusi Auction Noneksekusi volunteer and repeated with the overall Limit Value at most Rp RP 30,000,000 (thirty million dollars) within one (1) time auction, apply the provisions in paragraph (1). Article 50 (1) the announcement of the Auction for the implementation of a compulsory Auction Noneksekusi Auction Noneksekusi and Volunteering scheduled every month, for a period of not longer than three (3) months, the shortest was done 7 (seven) days prior to the implementation of the first auction. (2) the announcement referred to in paragraph (1) contains at least the identity of the seller, the goods will be auctioned, the place and time of the execution of the auction, as well as information about the existence of a more detailed announcement through plugin/flyers/brochures or electronic media. Article 51 (1) announcement of the Auction that the implementation of the auction was actually performed outside the working area or territory Office KPKNL Auction Officials place the goods are grade II, done in a daily newspaper published in the City/County in place of the auction and on the implementation of the goods are located. (2) in case the auction announcement cannot be made at the place of execution of the auction and/or in the place of the goods are located, because there is no www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 of 22 daily newspapers referred to in subsection (1), the announcement of an auction conducted in one daily newspaper national/provincial capital that has publishing at the place of execution of the auction. (3) for the implementation of the auction object auction was actually spread over 3 (three) or more city, the announcement of the auction can be done in one daily newspaper that has a national circulation. Article 52 (1) announcement of the Auction have been published through the daily newspapers, or through other media, if it is known there is error of principle should be immediately corrected. (2) error of principle as referred to in paragraph (1) regarding the time and date of the auction, the specification of the goods, or the terms of the auction as the magnitude of the security deposit and the deposit deadline. (3) the Correction referred to in paragraph (1) may not be done against a things as follows: a. change the magnitude of the deposit auction bidding; b. advance the hour and the date of implementation of the auction; c. advancing the deadline for depositing Bail Bid Auction; or d. moved the location of the original auction venue. (4) a plan of correction Announcement Auction notified in writing to the Chief Officer or KPKNL class II Auction concerned the shortest 2 (two) working days prior to the implementation of the auction. (5) Errata Announcements Auctions should be announced through newspapers or media that is similar to the preceding Auction Announcement pointing and do the shortest one (1) working day before the day of execution of the auction. CHAPTER IV IMPLEMENTATION of AUCTION Auction Guide is considered Part of article 53 (1) in the implementation of auctions, Auction Officials can be assisted by Guides auction. (2) Auction Guides can come from employees of the DJKN or DJKN from the outside. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 23 (3) requirements into the auction Guide: a. the Auction Guide comes from DJKN: 1) Employees healthier physical and spiritual; 2) lowest education high school or the equivalent; and 3) graduated Training Guide Auction or have the ability and qualified to guide the auction, and get a letter from the competent authority. b. Guide the auction of DJKN: 1) a healthier physical and spiritual; 2) lowest education high school or the equivalent; and 3) have the ability to guide the auction and ably. (4) Auction Guide referred to in subsection (2) may help the implementation of auctions conducted by the officials of the Auction class I/class II Auction Officials and notified in writing by the seller/Auctioneer to Auction Officials KPKNL Head or the shortest class II 3 (three) working days prior to the implementation of the auction. (5) in terms of the implementation of the auction helped by auctions, Auction Guides Guides gets a special power of Attorney, in writing, of the Official Auction to offer goods with Auction Officials had to keep watching and observing the implementation of the auction and/or auction bidding by the auction Guides. The second part of article 54 auction bidding auction bidding direct and/or Indirect auction bidding is done by means of: a. orally, increasing or declining; b. written; or www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 24 c. written followed by oral, in terms of the highest bidding has not reached the Limit Value. Article 55 (1) in the auction bidding, Bidder or his power at the time of execution of the auction must be present at the place of execution of the auction. (2) in the auction bidding is not direct, legitimate Auction Participants or its power at the time of execution of the auction are not required to be present at the place of execution of the auction and its bid is done with the use of information and communication technology. Article 56 (1) auction bidding in the Auction Noneksekusi Auction Compulsory execution and must be done with the auction bidding Directly. (2) auction bidding Directly can use deals with through a letter sent prior to the implementation of the auction. (3) auction bidding in the Auction Noneksekusi Voluntarily can do with auction bidding auction bidding directly or indirectly. Article 57 (1) in the case of indirect auction bidding orally, participants bid Auction by using visual and audio media phone. (2) in terms of auction bidding is not a direct Participant of the auction in writing, submit a bid by using information and communication technologies among others: LAN (local area network), Intranet, Internet, short message (short message service/SMS), and facsimile. Article 58 (1) Indirect auction bidding in the Auction Noneksekusi Voluntarily over the Internet, must satisfy the provisions below, including but not limited to: a. use specialized software for conducting an auction over the Internet with increasing prices; b. legitimate Auction Participants get a Bidder number and password access (password) so that it can do deals; www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 25 c. deals done continuously since the set time up to closing deals as mentioned in the announcement of the Auction; d. Limit Value are open/not secret and must be served within the site; e. the auction Participants can find out the highest bid submitted by other auction Participants on an ongoing basis; and f. the auction Officials confirms the highest bidder as the buyer based on prints processed recap of auction software via the Internet at the time of closure of the offer. (2) the provisions on execution of auctions via the Internet is regulated by regulation of the Minister. Article 59 (1) auction bidding held KPKNL can do with Auction Prices inclusive or exclusive Auction Prices. (2) Auction with Auction Prices inclusive done with bid prices are inclusive of customs Auction buyers. (3) Auction with Auction Prices exclusively done with bid prices excluding Customs Auction buyers. Article 60 (1) Each participant of the auction bidding and offer is at least equal to the value of the limit in terms of auction with a Limit value of announced. (2) offer that was submitted by the Bidder to officials of the auction can not be changed or cancelled by the Bidder. (3) in case Bidder does not do the offer referred to in subsection (1), be penalized not allowed following an auction for 3 (three) months in the region that implement KPKNL auction. Article 61 in case there are some Auction Participants who submitted the highest bid orally or written declined with equal value and/or have reached or exceeded the Limit Value in the www.djpp.depkumham.go.id auction


2010, no. 217 26 using the value of the Limit, officials of the Auction has the right to authorize the purchaser by means of: a. perform advanced bidding only against the Bidder who bids the same, done orally or written has increased based on the consent of the Bidder concerned; or b. doing the draw among participants of the Auction bid is the same when the provisions referred to in the letter a can not be implemented. Article 62 (1) the applicant/Auction Sellers determine how auction bidding in the Auction Announcement lists. (2) in case the applicant does not specify Seller auction/auction bidding way referred to in subsection (1), the head of the auction Officials KPKNL/class I or class II Auction Officials reserve the right to determine their own way of auction bidding. Article 63 further Provisions regarding auction bidding is governed by rules of the Director General. The third part of customs Auctions and money Poor Article 64 Every implementation of auction subject to a Customs auction and Poor Money according Government regulations about the Tariff Over the kind of Acceptance State Tax is not applicable to the Ministry of finance. Article 65 (1) Nullity against the implementation plans an auction conducted by the seller within a period of less than 5 (five) working days before the day of execution of the auction are subject to a Customs Auction is void in accordance Government regulations about the Tariff Over the kind of Acceptance State Tax is not applicable to the Ministry of finance auction of Belongings, except the country/region. (2) Customs Auction is void as referred to in paragraph (1) are paid by the seller. (3) the Customs Auction is void as referred to in subsection (1) is not subject to cancellation in case there are auctions due to the verdict of the judiciary or assignment/cancellation by officials of the Auction as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (1) and section 27. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 27 part four Buyers of article 66 (1) Auction Officials confirms the highest bidder who has reached or exceeded the Limit Value as the buyer, in the implementation of the auction using the value of the Limit. (2) Auction Officials confirms the highest bidder as a buyer in the implementation of the voluntary Noneksekusi Auction that does not use the value of the Limit. (3) excluded from the provisions referred to in subsection (1), in the implementation of the Voluntary Noneksekusi Auction the highest bidder does not reach the value Limit, Officials can authorize an auction bidder referred to as buyer, after receiving written consent from the owner of the goods. Section 67 prohibited Buyers take/controlled goods bought before the auction Payment and fulfill the obligations of tax/levy other valid according legislation. Article 68 (1) Auction Participant who acts for another person or legal entity or business entity should deliver a power of Attorney part enough to Auction Officials with attached with a photocopy of the card (KTP) Resident Mark/Surat driving permit (LICENCE)/Paspor the giver and receiver power power by showing the original. (2) the recipient of power are prohibited from receiving more than one power for the same goods. Article 69 (1) Auction Officials and the family of blood in a straight line to the top and to the bottom of the first degree, spouses and siblings raised Official auction, Auction Sellers, Officials, judges, prosecutors, Clerks, Sita, lawyer/advocate, notary, CONVEYANCER, Assessor, Clerk DJKN, officials of the Auctioneer and Auction Officials Office Employees class II associated directly with the auction process are prohibited from becoming a bidder. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 28 (2) in addition to the parties mentioned in paragraph (1), on the implementation of the Execution are executed Auction/debtor/defendant/convicted person associated with prohibited auction participants of the auction. Article 70 (1) is not contrary to the legislation in the field of land, banks as creditors may purchase agunannya through the auction, provided an affidavit in the form of conveying the Notary, that the purchase was done to other parties who would be appointed later in the period of 1 (one) year calculated from the date of implementation of the auction. (2) in terms of the time period referred to in subsection (1) has been exceeded, the bank was designated as the buyer. The fifth part payment and Remittance of article 71 (1) the payment of the price of the auction and the auction Fees must be made in cash/cash/cheque or giro longest 3 (three) business days after the execution of the auction. (2) the Exemption period referred to in subsection (1), only given for the payment of the price of the Auction after the seller received permission in writing from the Director-General on behalf of the Minister and shall be noted in the announcement of the auction. (3) in case of payment of the Auction Price done exceeding 3 (three) working days referred to in subsection (2), the remittance of customs Auctions still performed the longest 3 (three) business days after the execution of the auction. Article 72 (1) payment of the auction payment obligations by the buyer is done through account KPKNL/Auctioneer/special accounts in the name of the Office of the Officer Class II Auction or directly to the Admissions Officer/Treasurer KPKNL Auction Auctioneer/class I/class II Auction Officials. (2) in case of payment of payment obligations by the buyer Auction conducted by cheque/current account, payment must be received effective on account of KPKNL/Auctioneer/special accounts in the name of class II Auction Officials term the longest 3 (three) business days after the execution of the auction or within the period referred to in Article 71 paragraph (2). www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 29 (3) any repayment of the obligation of payment by the buyer must be heated Auction receipts or payment by Treasurer KPKNL Reception/Auction class I Officers/Officials/Auctioneer Auction Grade II. Article 73 (1) in case the buyer does not pay off the auction payment obligations as referred to in article 71, the next business day the auction Officials had to cancel its endorsement as a buyer by making a Declaration of cancellation. (2) the buyer is unable to meet its obligations after the auction, buyers are acknowledged as not allowed to participate in the entire territory of Indonesia within 6 (six) months. Article 74 (1) net result on auctions Auction of goods belonging to the country/region, Picking, Booty and goods that belong to the countries of the Customs as well as the corresponding items of legislation, must be deposited into the State Treasury, conducted the longest one (1) business day after payment is received by Treasurer Acceptance KPKNL. (2) Customs auctions and the remittance of income tax (PPh) to the State Treasury the longest one (1) business day after payment is received by Treasurer KPKNL Acceptance/Auctioneer/Auction Officer Class II. (3) the remittance Proceeds Net Auction to the seller/owner of the goods is the longest of three (3) working days after the payment is received by Treasurer KPKNL Acceptance/Auctioneer/Auction Officer Class II. Article 75 the provisions more about payment and remittance is set by regulation the Director General. The sixth section of the submission of documents of ownership of goods Article 76 (1) in the event the seller/owner of the goods handed over the original ownership documents as referred to in article 18 paragraph (2) to officials of the auction, Auction Officials must submit the original documents of ownership and/or items are auctioned off to buyers, the longest one (1) business days after the buyer shows proof of payment of www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 of 30 repayment and submit evidence setor Bea acquisition of rights to land and buildings (BPHTB). (2) in the event the seller/owner of the goods do not submit original documents of ownership as stipulated in article 18 paragraph (3) to officials of the auction, the seller/owner of the goods must submit the original documents of ownership and/or items are auctioned off to buyers, the longest one (1) business days after the buyer shows proof of payment and submit evidence setor BPHTB. Chapter V TREATISE AUCTION Article 77 (1) Auction Officials who carry out the auction auction events making news called a treatise of the auction. (2) Auction Treatise consists of: a. the head; b. the body section; and c. the foot section. (3) Auction Treatise made in Indonesian Language. (4) every auction of Treatise are numbered in order. Article 78 the head Auction Treatise least contain: a. day, date, and hour of the auction are written with letters and numbers; b. full name and Official seat of the Auction; c. number/date of Letter of appointment officials of the Auction, and number/date of letter for Auction Officials class I; d. full name, job and seat/domicile of the seller; e. the number/date of letter petition auction; f. the auction venue; g. the nature of goods are auctioned off and the reason the item was auctioned off; h. in the event that the goods are not moving either be auctioned off in the form of land or land and buildings should be mentioned: www.djpp.depkumham.go.id


2010, no. 217 31 1) status of rights or other papers that explain the evidence of ownership; 2) Land Office of SKT; and 3) other information overload, if any; i. in the event that the auctioned goods moving should be mentioned the amount, type and specification of the goods; j. how Auction Announcements that have been implemented by the seller; k. auction bidding way; and b. the terms of the auction. Article 79 the body section of the treatise Auction at least contain: a. the number of incoming auction bidding and legitimate; b. name/brand/type/type and number of items are auctioned off; c. the name, occupation and address of the purchaser on behalf of yourself or as an authority on behalf of others; d. the bank creditors as a buyer for the people or legal entities/businesses that will be designated in terms of its name, the creditor banks as buyers of Auction; e. price auctions with numbers and letters; and f. a list of goods that sold well and was arrested along with value, name, and address of the bidder who bid the highest. Article 80 the foot part Treatise Auction at least contain: a. the number of the goods offered/auctioned with numbers and letters; b. the number of goods sold/sold with numbers and letters; c. the amount of the price of the goods have been sold with numbers and letters; d. the amount of the price of goods being detained with numbers and letters; e. the number of documents/letters attached to the Treatise Auction with numbers and letters; f. the number of changes made to (note, additional strokes with his successor) as well as the absence of change are written with numbers and letters; and www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 32 g. signature Auction Officials and the seller/seller's power, in terms of moving goods auction or Auction, the Official signature of seller/buyer and seller of power/the power of the buyer, in case of auction items do not move. Article 81 (1) correction of an error redaksional a treatise in the form of Auction pencoretan, additions and/or changes, do the following: a. pencoretan, words, letters or numbers are done with thin straight lines, so that appearances can be read; and/or b. additional words or sentences, written next to the left edge of the sheet or an auction Treatise written on the bottom of the foot part of the treatise by designating Auction sheets and lines that are associated with the change, in writing at the edge of the left side of the sheet Auction Treatise is insufficient. (2) the number of words, letters or numbers are strikethrough/added is explained on the edge of the sheet Auction Treatise, so does the number of words/numbers are added. (3) changes after the Auction is closed and the Treatise was signed could not be done. Article 82 (1) Treatise Minuta Auction signed by officials of the Auction at the time of the closure of the implementation of the auction. (2) the signing of an auction conducted by the Treatise: a. Auction Officials on each sheet in the top right of the Treatise of the auction, unless the last sheet; b. the Official auction and the seller/seller's power on the last sheet in terms of auction the goods moving; or c. the Official Auctions, the seller/buyer and seller of power/the power of buyers on the last sheet in terms of auction items do not move. (3) in the event the seller/seller's power does not want to sign the Auction Treatise or Treatise is not present during the auction is closed, the auction Officials makes note of these circumstances at the foot of the Treatise declaring the note Auction as seller's signature. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 33 (4) in case the auction Officials unable to stay, signing as referred to in paragraph (2) was conducted by the head of the auction Officials for KPKNL class I and by the auction Supervisor (Superintendent) for class II Auction Officials. Article 83 (1) in case there are important things that are known after the closing Auction, Auction Officials Treatise should make note of these things on the bottom after Foot Minuta Treatise auctions and embellish the date and signature. (2) important things referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. There is no auction results against verzet; b. existence of buyer's tort; c. existence of a grant of replacement Quote Treatise Auction lost or damaged; d. existence of granting Grosse Treatise on-demand Auction Buyers; e. the existence of sellers who don't want to sign a Treatise of the auction or not present during Auction closed Treatise; f. revoking Treatise Auction based on the decision of a judge who is already a law anyway; or g. other matters which will be established by the Director General. (3) in case the auction Officials class I was demobilized, leave, unable to keep or dipindahtugaskan, record keeping and signing as referred to in subsection (1) is conducted by the head of KPKNL. (4) in the case of class II Auction Officials removed, leave or unable to keep, record-keeping and signing as referred to in subsection (1) is conducted by the head of the local regional office as the Supervisor of the auction (Superintendent). Article 84 (1) Treatise Minuta Auction created and completed the longest 3 (three) business days after the execution of the auction. (2) the treatise Minuta Auction Auction Officials made by class I saved on KPKNL. (3) a treatise Minuta Auction created by class II Auction Officials kept by the question. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 34 (4) the periods of Treatise Minuta save Auction for 30 (thirty) years since the implementation of the auction. Article 85 KPKNL or class II Auction Officials can only show or tell Minuta Treatise Auction to the parties concerned directly with the auction Treatise, his heir or any person that acquires the rights, unless specified otherwise by the legislation. Article 86 (1) interested parties can obtain a quote/Copy/Grosse Minuta from authentic Treatise Auction with saddled Bea postage labels. (2) the interested parties referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. the buyer obtain a quote Treatise Auction as a deed of Sale for the benefit of reverse Auction name or Grosse Treatise according to needs; b. the seller obtains a copy of the Treatise auction to report implementation of auction or Auction needs Grosse Treatise; c. the auction Supervisor (Superintendent) obtain a copy of the Treatise auction to report implementation of auction/interests of the Department; or d. the authorized Agencies in the name of turning ownership of the rights to objects of auctions copy Auction Treatise according to needs. (3) the quote/Copy/Grosse authentic Treatise Minuta Auction of signed, given the teraan cap/wet seals and dated the expenditure by the head or the auction Officials KPKNL class II is concerned. (4) the citation the treatise auction to auction the land or land and buildings was signed by the head of KPKNL/class II Auction Officials after Shoppers submit proof of payment BPHTB. (5) the citation the treatise Auction lost or damaged replacement can be issued at the request of the buyer. Article 87 (1) in the framework of interests of the judicial process, photocopying Minuta Treatise auction and/or letters attached Minuta Treatise Auctions can be given to the investigator, public prosecutor or judge, with the approval of the head for Auction Officials KPKNL class I or the auction Supervisor (Superintendent) for class II Auction Officials. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 35 (2) uptake of photocopying Minuta Treatise auction and/or letters referred to in subsection (1) made the news submission event. Article 88 the provisions more about Tractate Auction arranged by regulation the Director General. CHAPTER VI ADMINISTRATION OFFICES and REPORTING of article 89 (1) KPKNL, Auctioneer and Auction Officials Office of class II hosts the administration offices and make a report relating to the implementation of the auction. (2) regional offices and Central Office DJKN reporting for the recapitulation of the implementation of appropriate types of auction auction was actually. (3) the provisions on the Organization of the administration offices and reporting on KPKNL, Auctioneer and Auction Officials Office of class II as referred to in paragraph (1) are governed by regulations of the Director General. CHAPTER VII TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 90 of the financial regulation of the Minister at the time it applies: a. petition for auction has set a schedule of implementation of the auction was actually, implemented in accordance with regulation of the Minister of finance Number 40/FMD. 07/2006 regarding the implementation of the Instructions of the auction. b. prior to the establishment of government regulations about the Tariff over the kind of Acceptance State Tax is not applicable to the new Ministry of finance, the imposition of customs tariff of the auction still valid the old provisions. CHAPTER VIII PROVISIONS COVER Article 91 of the financial regulation of the Minister at the time it came into force, the regulation of the Minister of finance Number 40/FMD. 07/2006 regarding the implementation of Instructions of the auction as it has several times changed with the regulation of the Minister of finance Number 61/FMD. 06/2008, revoked and declared inapplicable. www.djpp.depkumham.go.id 2010, no. 217 36 Article 92 Regulations this Minister of Finance took effect after 2 (two) months from the date of enactment. In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of these Regulations the Minister of finance with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia. Established in Jakarta on April 23, 2010 the INDONESIAN FINANCE MINISTER SRI MULYANI INDRAWATI, Enacted in Jakarta on April 23, 2010 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS Republic of INDONESIA, PATRIALIS AKBAR www.djpp.depkumham.go.id