Applicable Local Number 11 Of 2009

Original Language Title: Peraturan Daerah Nomor 11 Tahun 2009

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GOVERNMENT REGULATION of the MALUKU PROVINCE AREA of MALUKU PROVINCE number: 11 in 2009 ABOUT the MANAGEMENT of GOODS BELONGING to the AREA by the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the MALUKU GOVERNOR, Considering: a. that in accordance with article 81 Government Regulation number 6 in 2006 about the management of regional and Goods in order to safeguard the goods area administration management consolidation needs to be done professionally because the goods area as one of the essential elements in implementing governance and regional development , then stuff the area need to be managed in an orderly so that it can be utilized optimally in order to support the Organization of the autonomous region; b. that based on consideration in letter a above, needs to be established local regulations about the management of Belongings of the region.

292 Considering: 1. Article 18 paragraph (6) of the Act of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945; 2. Act No. 20 of 1958 concerning the establishment of the Autonomous Region level I the Moluccas (Republik Indonesia Country Gazette 1958 Number 79, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 1617); 3. Act No. 5 of 1960 concerning the basic regulation of the Agrarian issues (State Gazette Number 104 in 1960, an additional Sheet country number 2043); 4. Act No. 8 of 1974 about Staffing issues (State Gazette Number 38 in 1974, an additional State Gazette Number 3041) jo. Act No. 43 of 1999 regarding the change in the law No. 8 of 1974 about Staffing issues (State Gazette Number 169 in 1999, an additional Sheet State number 189); 5. Act No. 28 of 1999 regarding the Organization of a country that is clean and free of corruption, collusion and nepotism (State Gazette Number 75 in 1999, an additional Sheet country number 3815); 6. Act No. 17 of 2003 about State Finances (293 State Gazette Number 47 in 2003, an additional State Gazette Number 4286); 7. Act No. 1 of 2004 On the Treasury of the State (State Gazette No. 5 of 2004, an additional Sheet country number 4355); 8. 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 amended several times with the Act No. 12 of 2008 about the second amendment in the Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844); 9. Act No. 33 of 2004 concerning the Financial Equalization Between the Central Government and the regions (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 126 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4438); 10. Government Regulation Number 46 in 1971 about the Individual vehicle sales Department of State (State Gazette Number 59 in 1971, an additional State Gazette Number 1967); 11. Government Regulation Number 40 in 1994 about the Home country (294 State Gazette Number 69 (1994), an additional Sheet country number 3573); 12. Government Regulation Number 40 in 1996 about the Rights of business/Building use rights and usage rights over the land; 13. Government Regulation No. 2 of 2001 about the Security and transfer of Property/Wealth of the country from the Central Government to local governments in the framework of the implementation of Regional Autonomy; 14. Government Regulation Number 24 of 2005 about Governmental accounting standards; 15. Government Regulation Number 55 in 2005 about the Equalization Funds (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 137 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4575); 16. Government Regulation Number 58 in 2005 about the financial management area (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 140 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4578); 17. Government Regulation number 6 in 2006 about the management of Goods belonging to the country/region (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 20 in 2006, an additional Sheet country number 4609);

295 18. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about the authority of the Government and authorities of the Provinces as autonomous regions (State Gazette Number 54 in 2000, State Gazette Supplementary Number 3952); 19. Regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs number 7 in 2006 about Standardization and infrastructure work of local governance; 20. Applicable local Maluku province number 02 of 2007 on the establishment of the Organization of the work of the regional secretariat of the grammar of Maluku province and Representatives of the regional province of Maluku. Together with the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES of the REGIONAL GOVERNOR of MALUKU and MALUKU PROVINCE DECIDED: setting: LOCAL REGULATIONS ABOUT the MANAGEMENT of BELONGINGS of the region.

296. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 in regulation of this area, which is: 1. Local Government is the local Government of Maluku province; 2. The Governor is the Governor of Maluku. 3. Representatives of the regional PARLIAMENT is hereinafter referred to as the House of representatives of the regional province of Maluku. 4. The Regional Secretary is Secretary of the region of Maluku province as the provider of the goods belonging to the area. 5. The Bureau of Supplies is the Bureau of Equipment at the Secretariat of the regional province of Maluku. 6. The regional unit of Work Device, hereinafter abbreviated as SEGWAY, is a local government area on the device as users of goods belonging to the area. 7. Work Unit is part of the SEGWAY that implement one or more programs. 8. Goods belonging to the area is all goods bought or obtained over the burden of a GRANT or other earnings derived from the feeding. 9. Management of Regional Items is a series of activities and actions against goods area that includes planning, determination, needs, budgeting, standardization of goods and pricing, procurement, storage, distribution, inventory, control, maintenance, security, 297 utilization, changes in the legal status and the penatausahaannya. 10. The user of the goods is the Official holder of the authority of the use of the goods belonging to the country/region. 11. the Executive Board of the regional Goods is delegated tasks to employees who take care of the Merchandise areas, receive, store, distribute and take care of stuff in usage. 12. Home Area was the Government-owned home that is occupied by a particular Official or civil servant of local government specified; 13. Standardization of prices of goods is the standardisation of the price of goods according to the type, specification and quality. 14. Planning is an activity or action to link activities with the State of progress in the framework is being compiled of items or maintenance needs and areas that will come. 15. determination of necessity is the activity or action to formulate a planning requirement details as the guideline in carrying out compliance needs and or maintenance of goods area that is poured in the budget. 16. Budgeting is an activity or action to formulate a Regional Goods needs determination having regard to the available budgetary appropriations. 17. The procurement is an activity to do the fulfillment of the needs of regional and Goods or maintenance of the goods of the region. 18. Storage is an activity to do management organizing and setting goods inventory in the warehouse or other storage space.

298 19. Channeling is an activity to channel/delivery of the goods from the warehouse or any other place that is designated to a work unit/units of work. 20. Maintenance is an activity or action which is carried out so that all Regions are always in good condition and ready for use in Sepik and successful action. 21. Security is an activity or action item management controls in the area in the form of physical, administrative, and pengasuransian actions of remedy. 22. Removal is the Act of removing the goods belong to the area of the list of goods by publishing a decree from the competent authority to free users and/or a power user of goods and/or provider of goods from the responsibility of the Administration and physical goods that are in control. 23. Pemindahtanganan is the transfer of ownership of goods belonging to the area as a follow-up of the deletion by the way sold, exchanged, donated or is included as a capital of the Government. CHAPTER II AIMS and OBJECTIVES article 2 management of goods Mean the area is to: a. secure the goods of the region. b. Uniform measures and actions in the areas of goods management.

299 c. Guarantee/surety in the management of the goods of the region. Article 3 the purpose of the management of goods Area is to: a. support the smooth implementation of the Organization of the Government and regional development. b. realization of accountability in the management of goods. c. the realization of goods management areas orderly, efficient and effective. CHAPTER III POSITION, AUTHORITY, duties and FUNCTION of article 4 Goods Management Areas was carried out separately from the management of the goods to the Government. Article 5 (1) Governor regulates the management of the goods of the region. (2) the registration and recording of goods carried out in accordance with the Regional legislation. Article 6 (1) of the Governor as the holder of the power management of the regional Goods authorized and responsible for the construction and implementation of the management of the goods of the region. (2) the Governor as holder of the Power management of Goods belonging to the Region has the authority to:


300 (3) a. policy management of goods belonging to the area. b. Assign usage, utilization, or pemindahtanganan land and buildings. c. policy safeguards goods belonging to the area. d. filed a proposal pemindahtanganan possession of areas that require the approval of PARLIAMENT. e. Approve proposal pemindahtanganan and removal of Goods belonging to the appropriate Area of its limits. f. Approve the proposal utilization of Goods belonging to the Region in addition to the of land and/or buildings. The Governor within the framework of the implementation of the management of the regional goods in accordance with its functions assisted by: a. Secretary. b. Heads of work units. c. Bureau Chief/Head Gear/General; d. the Sysop stuff. e. Storage of goods. (4) (5) the Secretary of the area as the provider of the Goods belonging to the area. Secretary as the provider of the Goods belonging to the regional authorities and are responsible for: a. set the officials who take care of and keep the Goods belonging to the region; b. Examine and approve the plan needs the goods belonging to the area. c. Examine and approve the plan needs maintenance/care of the goods belonging to the area.

301 d. Organize the implementation of utilization, erasure, and pemindahtanganan the goods belong to the area that has been approved by the Governor or LEGISLATORS. e. Perform the coordination in the implementation of an inventory of the goods belonging to the area. f. Perform monitoring and control over the management of belongings of the region. (6) the head of the SEGWAY as a user of the goods belonging to the area, and authorities are responsible for: a. Ask RKBD and RKPBD for his SEGWAY to the Governor through the provider of the goods. b. applying for designation status for the control and use of goods miik Area obtained from the burden of a GRANT and acquisition of more legitimate to the Governor/Regent/Mayor through the provider of the goods. c. Conduct record-keeping and inventory items belong to the area that are in control. d. use the goods belong to the area that are in the interest of greater control over the Organization of the basic tasks and functions of his SEGWAY. e. Secure and maintain possession of the areas that are in control. f. filing a proposal pemimdahtanganan of goods belonging to the area of land and/or buildings which do not require the approval of PARLIAMENT and belongs to the region in addition to the land and/or buildings to the Governor through the provider of the goods. g. handing over land and buildings which are not utilized for the benefit of the Organization of the basic tasks and functions of his SEGWAY to the Governor through the provider of the goods.

302 h. Perform monitoring and control over the use of property that is in control of the area. (7) Bureau Chief/Head Gear/general aid provider of the goods (PPB) and Regional Belongings Information Center (PIBMD) was responsible for coordinating the Organization of management of goods belonging to the area of the SEGWAY. (8) storage of goods goods/Sysop in charge of receiving, storing, and issuing as well as take care of belongings in the Area of usage. Article 7 Bureau Chief/Head Gear/appropriate Public duties and functions as the team's Executive Budget the preparation of the draft Budget of income and Expenditure area. CHAPTER IV PLANNING and PROCUREMENT of the first part of planning and budgeting needs of article 8 (1) Bureau Chief/Head Gear/General assisted related work Unit devised: a. Standard facilities and infrastructure work of local governance; b. Standardization of prices.

303 (2) Standards as referred to paragraph (1) established by regulation of the Governor in compliance laws – invitation. Article 9 (1) the Manager of the regional Goods Needs devised a plan (RKBD) and plans Needs Maintenance Items area (RKPBD), which is accompanied by a plan of budgetary needs collected from the budget plan a unit of work (RASK) each work Unit/units of Work for the preparation of Draft BUDGETS. (2) preparation of Regional Goods Needs Plan (RKBD) and the maintenance needs of the Plan area (RKPBD) Goods referred to in subsection (1), based on the standard of goods standards needs/facilities and infrastructure work of local governance and a standard price. (3) After a GRANT set, Governor compiled a list of Items Needs Areas (DKBD) and a list of Maintenance Items Need Areas (DKPBD). Article 10 the procedures for determination of needs and the planning of pengganggaran as referred to article 9 further defined by regulation of the Governor.

304 second part Procurement article 11 regional procurement of goods was carried out based on the principles of efficient, effective, transparent/open, competitive, fair/not discriminatory and accountable. Article 12 (1) the implementation of the procurement of goods and services is further defined by regulation of the Governor. (2) the Governor may delegate the powers of implementation of the procurement of goods/services and maintenance to the Manager and or SEGWAY. (3) the manager establishes the Committee of procurement of goods and services. Article 13 (1) Procurement of goods and services is carried out in accordance with the legislation. (2) in the case of procurement of goods that are common and adhere to the principle of uniformity, the procurement of goods/services performed by the provider of the goods. (3) further Arrangements regarding the procedures for procurement through the implementation of the Procurement Area Committee established by regulation of the Governor. Article 2 procurement of goods can be carried out by way of purchase, chartering jobs, create your own and swakelola.

305 Article 15 the results of procurement referred to in article 12, which is financed from BUDGETS reported by the head of the SEGWAY to the Governor through the Manager comes with Document Procurement. Article 16 (1) Each financial year, the manager made a list of the results of the Procurement (DHP) as referred to in article 15. (2) a list of the results of the Procurement referred to in paragraph (1) is used for the attachment of the calculation of the GRANT. Article 17 (1) receipt of goods and services from third-party fulfillment of obligations to local governments based on the agreement and or implementation of a specific compulsory licensing is handed to the Governor through the Manager. (2) the receipt of goods and services from third parties that is donations, grants, endowments and submission from the public or Government-owned goods into the area. (3) the manager noted, monitor, and actively performs billing third party liability as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2). (4) Submission of third parties as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), poured in a news event of the Handover (BAST) and accompanied by a document of ownership/mastery. (5) the results of the acceptance referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) are recorded in the inventory list.

306 (6) procedures for implementation as meant in subsection (1), (2), (3) and subsection (4), further defined by regulation of the Governor. Chapter V STORAGE and DISTRIBUTION of Article 18 (1) all results of the regional procurement of goods accepted by the moving of goods or the officials/Employees appointed by the head of the SEGWAY. (2) the Superintendent or officer/employee designated to perform the recording of goods belonging to the appropriate regional legislation. (3) the head of the SEGWAY as the direct supervisor of the goods/Goods Storage Administrators are responsible for ensuring the orderly administration of the Treasury of the goods belonging to the area referred to in subsection (2). (4) the procedures for the receipt and storage of goods belonging to the area referred to in subsection (1), (2) and (3) further defined by regulation of the Governor. Article 19 (1) the acceptance of the goods are not moving is done by the head of the SEGWAY or the designated Officials, and subsequently reported to the Governor through the Manager. (2) (3) the receipt of the goods the region referred to subsection (1) made after review by the Committee for Regional Goods Examiner (PPBD). Acceptance of goods as referred to article 14, after review of the technical agencies that are authorized, by making News of the proceedings.

307 (4) the Committee referred to in paragraph (2) of this article are set with the decision of the Manager. Article 20 (1) of the regional Goods Examiner Committee referred to in article 19 is in charge of inspecting, testing, researching and watching the goods delivered in accordance with the requirements that are listed on the Warrants work (SPK) and/or the contract/agreement and published News of the proceedings (BAP). (2) News Event as referred to in paragraph (1) was used as one of the terms of the Bill to the Financial Section/Bureau. Article 21 (1) Expenses/regional goods by channeling goods is carried out on the basis of a warrant Spending (SPPB) and to inventory goods accompanied by a news event of the handover of the direct Supervisor appointed by the head of the SEGWAY. (2) each year the budget Head Unit/units of Work obliged to report stock or the rest of the stuff to the Governor through the Manager. CHAPTER VI the USE of section 22 (1) the Status of the use of the goods belonging to the area for each SEGWAY set by the Governor.


308 (2) the determination of the status of the use of the goods belonging to the area referred to in subsection (1) is carried out as follows: a. the user of goods reported possession of existing areas on the SEGWAY and accepted to the provider of the Goods accompanied with usage of the proposal. b. examining Goods Manager report and submits the proposal to the Governor referred to the use of the established status of their use. Article 23 of the goods belonging to the region may be defined for the basic tasks and functions of the SEGWAY, to be operated by the other party in order to run the public service appropriate basic tasks and functions of the SEGWAY is concerned. Article 24 (1) the determination of the status of land use and/or building done on the condition that the land and/or the building for the purpose of organizing the basic tasks and functions the user of goods and/or power user stuff. (2) the user of goods and/or a power user of the goods obliged to cede the land and/or buildings that are not used as intended in paragraph (1) to the head of the region through the Manager. Article 25 (1) user-owned areas which do not submit land and/or buildings that are not used for basic tasks and functions of the agencies concerned to the Governor imposed sanctions in the form of freezing funds 309 maintenance and/or building in question. (2) the land and/or buildings that are not used according to basic tasks and functions of the SEGWAY revoked designation status of its use. CHAPTER VII the first UTILIZATION criteria and forms of Utilization of article 26 (1) utilization of the goods belonging to the area of land and/or buildings which are not used to carry out basic tasks and functions of the SEGWAY, implemented by the provider of the Goods after obtaining the approval of the Governor. (2) the utilization of goods belonging to the areas other than the land and/or buildings that are not used to carry out basic tasks and functions of the SEGWAY, implemented by the user of the goods after obtaining the consent of the provider of the goods. Article 27 forms the utilization of goods belonging to the area such as: a. the lease. b. Loan use. c. cooperation of Utilization. d. BGS and BSG.

310 second part Rent Article 28 (1) of the goods belonging to the area, goods moving or not moving untapped by the local authorities can be rented out to third parties all benefit areas. (2) the area of leased property does not change the legal status/status of ownership. (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) Rental referred to subsection (1) of this article are set by decision of the Governor. Period of leasing the goods belong to the area of more than 5 (five) years and can be extended. Shall hire a letter tenancy agreement, which at least contains: a. the parties that are bound to the agreement. b. type, area or the amount of the goods, quantity, and time period of the lease. c. the responsibility of the lessee for the costs of operations and maintenance during rental period. d. other requirements deemed necessary. Possession of the region, good move or not move in addition to rent can be charged a levy upon the use of such articles/utilization. Collection of levy as referred to paragraph (4) was set by regulation of the Governor.

311 (8) the results of the acceptance of rent and levy paid in Cash to the region. The third part of article 29 Disposable Borrow (1) possession of untapped areas that can be dipinjampakaikan. (2) Loan use can only be given to government agencies. (3) the Loan does not change the legal status of sharing (memindahtangankan) the ownership of the goods of the region. (4) the period of loan use Goods belongs to the area of most 2 (two) years and can be extended. (5) the implementation of the Loan Use done based on the letter of the agreement at least contain: a. the parties that are bound to the agreement. b. type, area or the number of items being loaned, and time period. c. the responsibility of the borrower for the costs of operations and maintenance during the period of borrowing. d. other requirements deemed necessary. Part four Cooperation Cooperation article 30 utilization utilization of Goods belonging to the region with other parties is carried out in order to: a. 312 optimizes the effectiveness and results to Items belonging to the region; b. increasing the acceptance region. Article 31 (1) cooperation in the utilization of Goods belonging to the Region was carried out with the cooperation of: a. the utilization of Goods belonging to the area of land and/or buildings which has been submitted by a user of the goods to the Governor. b. cooperation of Utilization over some of the land and/or buildings that are still in use by the user of the goods. c. cooperation in the utilization of goods belonging to the Areas other than the land and/or buildings. (2) cooperation in the utilization of goods belonging to the area referred to in subsection (1) letter a is implemented by the provider of the Goods after obtaining the approval of the Governor. (3) cooperation in the utilization of goods belonging to the area referred to in subsection (1) letter b and c, implemented by the user of the goods after obtaining the consent of the provider of the goods. Article 32 (1) cooperation of utilization of goods belonging to the Region is implemented with the following conditions: a. is not available or not sufficient available funds in the budget of income and Expenditure Area to meet the operational costs/maintenance/repairs 313 needed against Goods belonging to the area in question. b. utilization of Cooperation Partners are set through tender inviting at least 5 (five) participants/audiences, except for goods belonging to the special nature of the Area can be done direct designation. c. Utilization Cooperation Partners must pay a fixed contribution to the General Treasury Account Area every year during the period of operation of the established cooperation and profit Utilization. d. payment of contributions fixed Quantity and profit results Utilization calculation result set from a team set up by the competent authority. e. Quantity fixed contribution payments and profit results Utilization approval Manager stuff. (2) all costs relating to the preparation and implementation of Cooperation Utilization cannot be charged to the budget of income and Expenditure area. (3) during the period of operation of the Cooperation partners, the utilization of banned menjaminkan or pawn Goods belonging to the country/Region that became the object of the cooperation of Utilization.

314 (4) a period of Cooperation the most Utilization longer than 30 (thirty) years since the Treaty was signed and can be extended. The fourth part is WAKING UP to the TRANSFERS and WAKE UP the TRANSFERS to Article 33 (1) wake up To the transfers and up To Delivery of goods belonging to the Region can be implemented with the following conditions: a. local governments require buildings and facilities for the benefit of public services and for basic tasks and functions. b. land and Government-owned buildings or areas that have been submitted by users to the Governor. c. not available funds GRANT for the provision of buildings and facilities. (2) wake up To the transfers and up To Delivery of goods belonging to the area referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by the provider of the Goods after obtaining the approval of the Governor. (3) the transfers in order to wake up and wake up To the transfers referred to in paragraph (1) was implemented by the provider of the goods with the included Users of goods and/or a power user of goods according basic tasks and functions.

315 Article 34 Assignment status of use of Goods belonging to the Region as a result of the execution of the transfers in order to wake up and wake up the transfers To be carried out by the Governor in order of organization of basic tasks and functions of the Unit Working Device related Areas. Article 35 (1) a period of Delivery in order to wake up and wake up the transfers To most longer than 30 (thirty) years since the Treaty was signed. (2) the determination of partners wake up To the transfers and Transfers in order to wake up partners implemented through tenders inviting at least 5 (five) participants/audiences. (3) the partner wake up To the transfers and Transfers in order to wake up partners that have established, for the duration of operation must meet the following obligations: a. Pay the contribution to the General Treasury Account country/Region every year, the adjustment is set based on the results of the calculations of the team formed by the competent authority. b. No menjaminkan, mortgaged or memindahtangankan object waking up To the transfers and Transfers in order to wake up. c. keeping the object in order to wake up the transfers and Transfers in order to wake up. (4) within the period of the operation, most of the goods Belonging To wake-up the transfers result Areas and wake up To the transfers should be used directly for the basic tasks and functions of local governance.

316 (5) wake up To the transfers and wake up the transfers To be carried out on the basis of the letter of agreement at the lack of included: a. the parties that are bound to the agreement. b. object of waking up To the transfers and Transfers in order to wake up. c. period of waking up To the transfers and Transfers in order to wake up. d. rights and obligations of the parties that are bound to the agreement. e. other requirements deemed necessary. (6) the building Permit results to wake up To the transfers and Transfers in order to wake up should be diatasnamakan the Government of local government. (7) the cost of the preparation of the implementation of the BGS and BSG that includes the creation of the Committee, the announcement, asset assessment, study and others charged in a GRANT. (8) the costs of the preparation (preparation of the MOU, the letter of Agreement/Contract etc) and execution of the transfers in order to wake up and wake up To the transfers cannot be charged to the budget of income and Expenditure area. Article 36 (1) Partners get up To Delivery of the goods belonging to the Region should submit the object To Wake the transfers to the Governor at the end of a period of operation, after the audit performed by the apparatus functional supervision of the Government.


317 (2) wake up To the transfers of goods belonging to the Region is implemented with the following conditions: a. the transfers in order to wake up the Partner should submit the object To the transfers to the Governor woke up immediately after the completion of the development. b. Partners wake up the transfers in order to be able to harness the area's Belongings according time period specified in the letter of agreement. c. after the period for administrative ends, the object is to wake up the transfers in order to advance the functional supervision authorities audited by the Government before its use are set by the Governor. CHAPTER VIII of the SECURITY and MAINTENANCE of the first part of the Safeguards of article 37 (1) the Manager of the user of the goods, the goods and/or power user Stuff obligatory safeguards Belongings being in control. (2) Safeguarding the goods belonging to the area referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. Security Administration with complete ownership documents (certificate of land, REGISTRATION, and other documents). b. Physical Security include pemagaran, fixing the boundary signs and a sign of ownership.

318 c. Legal Safeguards through the remedy in case of violations of the right to possession/controlled by local governments. Article 38 (1) of the goods belonging to the area of land must be disertifikatkan on behalf of local governments. (2) Goods belonging to the area of buildings must be equipped with proof of ownership on behalf of local governments. (3) Goods belonging to the Region in addition to the land and/or buildings must be equipped with proof of ownership on behalf of local governments. Article 39 (1) proof of ownership of goods stored in a compulsory Area belonging to the orderly and secure. (2) proof of ownership of the goods belonging to the Storage Area is performed by the provider of the goods. Article 40 Goods belonging to the local Government can be insured according financial capability areas and carried out in accordance with the legislation. Article 41 any party banned spoorweg: a. possession well in the Area of government agencies or third parties.

319 b. third-party possession by the Area required for the conduct of the duties of Government. Article 42 of the regional State-owned lands that are already certified, the other party can not be demanding land rights referred to in within 5 (five) years since published the certificate is not filed an objection in writing to the local authorities and/or national land Agency/Office of land or a lawsuit to court. The second part of the maintenance of article 43 (1) Managers and users of the goods and/or power user Items responsible for the maintenance of the goods belonging to the Region under control. (2) Maintenance referred to in subsection (1) are based on a list of the maintenance needs of the goods (DKPB). (3) the cost of maintenance of the Goods belonging to the regional Budget of income and charged to the shopping area. Article 44 (1) a user or power user and a mandatory Item to make the list of the results of the maintenance items that are in the list of results and report on its maintenance of such items to the Manager on a regular basis.

320 (2) the Manager or the designated official examined the report referred to in subsection (1) and compiled a list of the results of the maintenance items are done within 1 (one) year budget as a basis for conducting evaluation on the efficiency of the maintenance of the Goods belonging to the area. Article 45 (1) the execution of the maintenance of the goods belonging to the area referred to in Article 43 is done by the head of the DÃ SEGWAY SEGWAY based. (2) the execution of the maintenance of the goods referred to in subsection (1) of this article are based on a list of Maintenance Items Need Areas (DKPBD). Article 46 (1) a user or power user and is responsible for creating a results list of environmental goods in its competence maintenance and mandatory reporting/deliver results the maintenance of such items to the Manager on a regular basis. (2) the Manager or the designated Official examined the reports and compiled a list of the results of the maintenance items are done within 1 (one) year Budget calculation as an attachment the fiscal year in question. Article 47 (1) Items of historic buildings and slaughtering or other items that are the cultural relics are owned by local governments or Government or mandatory community maintained by local governments.

321 (2) maintenance of historical items referred to in subsection (1), established by decision of the Governor. (3) the cost of maintenance of the historical items referred to in subsection (2), can be sourced from a GRANT or other legal sources. Section 48 of the Ordinance implementing the maintenance of goods further regulated Area by regulation of the Governor. CHAPTER IX P E N I A L I A N Article 49 Regional Property Valuation carried out in the framework of the preparation of the balance of the area, pemindahtanganan, and utilization of the goods belonging to the area. Article 50 the determination of the value of the goods belonging to the Region in the framework of the preparation of the balance sheet performed with area based on Government accounting standards (SAP). Article 51 (1) Assessment of goods belonging to the area of land and/or buildings in order of utilization or pemindahtanganan done by the team determined by the head of the region, and can involve independent Appraisers certified in asset valuation set by the Governor.

322 (2) Valuation of goods belonging to the area referred to in subsection (1) is conducted to obtain reasonable values, with estimated using NJOP and public market price. (3) the assessment of property other than land and area or building done by the team determined by the Manager and may involve independent evaluators. (4) the results of the valuation of goods belonging to the area referred to in subsection (1) are defined by the Manager. CHAPTER X the DELETION of article 52 (1) removal of Goods belonging to the Region covering: a. Deletion of a list of Items the user/power user. b. the removal from the list of items belonging to the area. (2) the removal referred to in subsection (1) letter a is done in terms of Possession of areas already are not in User mastery Items/power user. (3) the deletion referred to in subsection (1) letter b done in terms of Possession of areas already switched ownership, there was destruction of or because of other reasons.

323 Article 53 (1) Removal as referred to in article 53 paragraph (1) letter a is assigned after the approval of the head Region over proposition Manager stuff. (2) the deletion referred to in Article 53 paragraph (1) letter b are set by Decree the abolition of the provider of the goods after obtaining the approval of the Head of the region. Article 54 (1) the removal of the goods belonging to the region with follow-up destruction done in Possession the area in question cannot be used, cannot be utilized, and is non-transferable, or other reasons in accordance with the legislation. (2) the destruction as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out by the user of the goods with the decision letter from the Manager of the goods on behalf of the Governor. (3) implementation of destruction as referred to in paragraph (2) was poured in the news events and reported to the Governor. CHAPTER XI PEMINDAHTANGANAN of article 55 (1) any goods area that is damaged and cannot be used again/missing/dead, not in keeping with technological developments, excess, jeopardize the safety, security and the environment, affected planologi town and inefficient again can be removed from the list of inventory.

324 (2) every removal goods Area as referred to in paragraph (1), carried out with the following conditions: a. Pemindahtanganan land and buildings or set with the Governor's Decision after obtaining the consent of PARLIAMENT. b. Pemindahtanganan owned Area is land and or buildings which do not require LEGISLATIVE approval, namely:-it does not correspond to the spatial arrangement of region/city; -should be abolished because the budget for building a replacement had already been provided in document budgeting. -reserved for civil servants. -intended for the public interest established by decision of the head of the region. -ridden countries based on a court decision which has acquired permanent legal force and/or based on the provisions of the legislation, which if maintained ownership status is not feasible economically c. Pemindahtanganan possession of areas other than land and buildings, or worth more than Rp. 5,000,000,000.00 (five Billion Dollars) set by the Governor's Decision after obtaining the consent of PARLIAMENT. d. Pemindahtanganan possession of areas other than land or buildings and which is worth up to Rp. 5,000,000,000.00 (five Billion Dollars) after the approval of the Governor.

325 (3) Goods area that wiped out as intended in paragraph (1) and (2), implemented through: a. a. sales/auctions. b. b. Ruilslag/Exchange. c. grants. (4) the results of the auction/sale remitted entirely to Regional Treasuries. (5) the procedures for the removal of the goods Area as referred to in paragraph (2) of this article are set by regulation of the Governor. The first section of the sales/Service Vehicle Removal of article 56 of the following Vehicles can be sold consists of Individual Vehicles and vehicle Service Department operations. Article 57 (1) of the following individual Vehicles used by State officials which was 5 (five) years or more could be sold for 1 (one) of the fruit to the concerned officials after his term expired in accordance with the applicable invitation-militate. (2) the opportunity to buy a vehicle referred to in subsection (1) only one (1) time, unless the grace period 10 (ten) years. (3) Individual vehicle sales Department referred to in subsection (1) must not interfere with the smooth execution of the duties of service in the area.


326 Article 58 (1) Operational Service Vehicles aged 10 (ten) years or more due to damaged and or inefficient for the purposes of service can be deleted/sold/auctioned to the public servants who have met the working period of at least 10 (ten) years. (2) an employee of the holder of the vehicle or who will be entering retirement got the priority to purchase the vehicle referred to in subsection (1) of this article. (3) the chance to buy vehicles referred to subsection (1) only one (1) time except have a grace period 10 (ten) years. Article 59 (1) Operational Service Vehicles used members of the DPRD concerned could be sold to service which has 5 (five) years and the age of the vehicle 5 (five) years. (2) the opportunity to buy a vehicle referred to in subsection (1) only one (1) time unless the grace period 10 (ten) years. Article 60 (1) implementation of individual vehicle sales Department told State officials the areas referred to in Article 58 and the operational service vehicle auction as stipulated in article 59, set by regulation of the Governor. (2) the results of the sale/auction fully paid in Cash into the region.

327 (3) Deletion from the list of Inventory defined by decision of the Governor after the price of the sale/lease-purchase the vehicle in question has been settled. (4) payment of the sales price of individual vehicles Department exercised no later than 5 (five) years. (5) payment of the auction price vehicle operational service carried out at once. Article 61 (1) Individual Service Vehicles referred to Article 58 has not been repaid, the vehicle remains the property of the local government and may not be transferable. (2) as long as the vehicle has not been repaid and is still used for the interests of the service, the cost of repairs and maintenance are borne by the buyer. (3) for those who are unable to meet their obligations as referred to in paragraph (1) of this article, in accordance with the time can be revoked its right to buy the vehicle in question and the vehicle remains the property of the local government. The second home sales office of Article 62 stipulates the use of a home belonging to the Governor of the region by observing the applicable legislation regarding the status of the assignment changes/houses of the country in accordance with the legislation in force.

328 Article 63 home sales area paying attention to its home office in accordance of legislation and its implementation are defined by the decision of the Governor. Article 64 (1) Home dijual-belikan area are: a. The Region II Home has changed his division into the home area of The III. b. Regional Group Home III who had 10 (ten) years or more can be sold/leased-traded to the employees. (2) employees who are able to buy is an employee referred to in the Government Regulation number 40 in 1994, already had a working period of 10 (ten) years or more and have never bought a home or obtaining in any way from the local government or the Central Government. (3) an employee who can buy a House is a Residential Licence holders are resident (SIP) which is set by the Governor. (4) the House in question is not in dispute. (5) the Area Homes built on land not covered by local governments, then for the land rights acquisition must be processed individually in accordance with the provisions of regulation perindang-invitation.

329 Article 65 (1) of the regional house price group III with or not with the soil is determined by the Governor based on price estimates and judgments made by the Committee set up by decision of the Governor. (2) the execution of the sale/rent sell House area of the III set by decision of the Governor. Article 66 (1) payment of the sales price of the House was carried out selambat the latest 10 (ten) years. (2) the results of the III Regional home sales property of the area deposited entirely into cash. (3) the release of land rights and deletion from the list of Inventory defined by decision of the Governor after the sales price/rent sell over land and building or paid off. (4) procedures for Home Sales Office of the III as referred to in article 66 set by regulation of the Governor. The third part of the release rights to the land and the building or Article 67 (1) any pemindahtanganan which aims to transfer or surrender of a right over land and or building by the Area, either existing certificate or not, can be processed by the corresponding regional government's favourable consideration by means of: a. the release with payment of compensation (sold).

330 b. Release with Exchange/ruislag/Exchange spit. (2) (3) waiver of land referred to in subsection (1), established by decision of the Governor after the approval of PARLIAMENT. Reporting of land rights as referred to in paragraph (1) letter b is carried out by means of an auction. (4) the calculation of the estimated value of the land should benefit local governments to pay attention to the value of the object of taxation and the local public market price. (5) the value of the compensation for the land and buildings designated by the Governor or by value/estimates conducted by the Committee established by decision Penaksir the Governor. (6) (7) the provisions of this chapter do not apply to the release of land rights existing home building group III on it. The waiver referred to in paragraph (1) established by regulation of the Governor. Article 68 (1) of the goods area that serve as regional capital participation are submitted to the local-owned enterprises or to any third party designated by decision of the Governor after the approval of PARLIAMENT. (2) Goods area as referred to in subsection (1) before redirected mandatory Team assessed by an Internal Assessor and or can be done by a certified independent Institutions in the field of assessment of assets.

331 (3) the provisions concerning the assessment and appointment of a team of Assessors and Internal or independent agency certified in the field of valuation of assets referred to in subsection (2) are defined by the decision of the Governor. Article 69 the goods area that used to serve the public interest are prohibited digadaikan, saddled and dependents or transferable rights. The fourth part exchange article 70 (1) exchange of goods belonging to the area carried out with consideration; a. to meet operational needs of the Organization of the Government. b. To optimize regional belongings and c. not available funds in the budget revenue and Shopping area. (2) the exchange of goods belonging to the area can be done with: a. the Central Government with local government. b. the intergovernmental area. c. State/County or other government-owned legal entity. d. private.

332 Article 71 (1) exchange of goods belonging to the regions can be either: a. the land and the building or that have been submitted by the head of the SEGWAY to the head Area through the Manager. b. land and or buildings still used for the basic tasks and functions of the user but does not correspond to the spatial arrangement of the region or the city. c. Goods belonging to the region in addition to the land and or building. (2) Exchange as referred to in paragraph (1), implemented by the Manager after the approval of the regional Head of its boundaries fit. Article 72 exchange of goods belonging to the area referred to in Article 71 paragraph (1) letter a and letter b, carried out with the following conditions: a. the Manager submits the proposal exchange land and/or buildings to the head of the area accompanied by the reason/considerations and completeness of data. b. the head Area through the team formed by decision of the head Area, researching and reviewing reasons/consideration of the need for Exchange of land and/or the building of technical aspects, economical and juridical. c. If qualified according regulations, the head of the region could consider to approve and assign land and/or buildings that will be exchanged. d. Exchange of land and/or buildings held Article 55 paragraph (2) letter a and c 333 approval after gaining regional representative Council and in accordance with article 55 paragraph (2) letter b and d after obtaining the approval of the Governor. e. implement Exchange Manager with based on the approval of the Governor. f. implementation of the handover of the goods removed and a replacement had to be poured in the news event of the Handover of the goods. Article 73 (1) the exchange of goods belonging to the area as referred to in section 71 paragraph (2) Letter c is implemented with the following conditions: a. the user submits the proposal to the Exchange Manager accompanied reasons and considerations of completeness of the data and the results of the study Team intern user agencies. b. the maintainer of researching and reviewing reasons/consideration of the need for Exchange of land and/or the building of technical aspects, economical and juridical. c. If qualified according regulations, Managers may consider to approve appropriate limit those powers. d. the user carry out exchange with based on the consent of the Manager. e. implementation of the handover of the goods News poured in the handover of the goods. (2) the procedures for the implementation of the Exchange are set more by Regulation of the Governor.


the fifth Section 334 H I B A H of article 74 (1) grants the goods belonging to the area can be carried out with due consideration for the interests of the social, religious, humanitarian and the Organization of the Government. (2) the grant referred to in subsection (1), should be qualified as follows: a. is not a secret country/regional goods. b. is not a goods which controlled his life. c. not used anymore in basic tasks and functions and organization of the Government of the region. d. in addition to soil and/or buildings from the beginning of the pengadaannya is planned to be granted. Article 75 (1) grants the goods belonging to the area in the form of: a. Land and/or buildings that have been handed over by the head of the unit of Work Devices to the head Area of the region. b. Land and/or buildings from the beginning of the pengadaannya is planned to be granted or to the public interest. c. in addition to land and/or buildings that have been handed over by the head of the unit of Work Devices Area to the Governor.

335 d. In addition to land/or buildings from the beginning of the pengadaannya is planned to be granted. (2) the determination of the grant referred to in subsection (1) the letters a, b and c is performed by the Manager after the approval of the Governor; (3) the implementation of the grant referred to in subsection (1) the letter d, carried out by the user having obtained the approval of the Manager. Article 76 (1) grants referred to in section 75 subsection (1) letter a and letter b set by decision of the head of the area after receiving the approval of PARLIAMENT. (2) grants as referred to in section 75 subsection (1) of the letters c and d above Rp. 5,000,000,000.0 (five billion Rupiahs), implemented after the approval of PARLIAMENT. (3) of the Ordinance further stipulated by regulation of the Governor. The sixth part the inclusion of capital local authorities Article 77 (1) local government capital Participation of goods belonging to the area carried out in the framework of the establishment, development and performance improvement Area owned enterprises or other legal entity. (2) the inclusion of Government Capital Region established by local regulations.

336. CHAPTER XII of the first part of ADMINISTERING Bookkeeping Article 78 (1) user or power user and do the registration and record-keeping of the goods belonging to the area to the list of items the user (DBP)/Daftar Goods power user (DBKP) according to the classification and kodefikasi goods. (2) the Manager and the designated officials or gather Belongings logging Areas in the list of items belonging to the province according to the classification of goods and kodefikasi goods. (3) Classification and kodefikasi Merchandise Areas as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) is designated by the Minister of the Interior. The second part of an inventory of article 79 (1) the user of the goods perform an inventory of the goods belonging to the Region at least once within 5 (five) years (census Goods areas).

337 (2) are excluded from the provisions of subsection (1), against Goods belonging to the area of the preparation and construction of the work, the user performs an inventory of Goods each year. (3) the user of the goods delivered a report on the results of the inventory referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) to the Organizer, not later than 2 (two) months after completion of the inventory. Article 80 Managers or officials appointed to compile the results of the inventory of belongings/controlled local government. The third part Reporting Article 81 (1) User/kuasa users report goods goods semiannual and annual. (2) the report referred to subsection (1) is submitted to the Governor through the Manager. (3) the person who manages to compile the report referred to paragraph (2) to report the goods belonging to the region (LBMD).

338. CHAPTER XIII, control and SUPERVISION of the CONSTRUCTION of article 82 (1) Coaching against the orderly implementation of the management of the regional goods carried out in accordance with the provisions of the applicable legislation. (2) the orderly implementation of the control of goods management areas is done by the head of the Region in this case carried out by the head of the Bureau of Equipment/parts/General, head of work Unit/units of Work in accordance with the provisions of the applicable legislation. (3) Supervision against the management of goods carried out by the regional Governor. (4) the functional Supervision carried out by the supervisory authorities in accordance with the provisions of functional laws-invitation. CHAPTER XIV P E M B I A Y A N Article 83 (1) in the implementation of the orderly management of the regional goods, provided the operational costs are charged on a GRANT. (2) the management of the regional goods resulting in revenue and admissions areas given the cost of wages pick up/money stimulus/incentive to the magnitude of the goods Manager apparatus established by decision of the Governor.

339 (3) Storage of goods, freight and warehouse Chief Executive Board in carrying out the task of making every effort to pay attention to financial incentive allowances given the magnitude of the area defined by the decision of the Governor. CHAPTER XV the TREASURY'S DEMANDS and DEMANDS COMPENSATION of GOODS Article 84 (1) the keeper of stuff that fails to carry out its obligations as stipulated and resulted in a shortage of Treasury imposed demands of the Repertory. (2) Superintendent of stuff that fails/subject areas resulted in losses of indemnification. (3) in the event of a shortage of Treasury at a Depository of goods or the Treasurer of the goods fails to make the calculation, which has been granted the reprimand three (3) consecutive times in 1 (one) month subject to the demands of the regular Repertory. (4) in the case of goods Bendahawan died, escaped or are under remission, neglecting to make the calculation that has been given a reprimand of three (3) consecutive times in 1 (one) months has not delivered the subject Goods Security calculation area. (5) Conditions regarding the demands of the Repertory and the demands of the Indemnity set by decision of the Governor.

340. CHAPTER XVI DISPUTES AREA of GOODS Article 85 (1) of the goods against Settlement areas in dispute, done in advance by way of discussion or consensus by work Unit/units of work or designated Officials. (2) if the resolution referred to in subsection (1), not achieved can be done through the efforts of the law either in criminal or in civil litigation. (3) the Resolution referred to in subsection (2), conducted by the law firm and Legal Institutions or designated. (4) Costs incurred in resolving disputes within the allocated BUDGETS. (5) the procedures for the settlement of the dispute area of Goods as referred to in paragraph (1), (2), (3), and paragraph (4) was set by decision of the Governor. CHAPTER XVII ADMINISTRATIVE PENALTIES Article 86 (1) a third party or the community who does not carry out its obligations and provisions in the regulations or in violation of this area is penalized in the form of administrative sanctions, or fines or damages. (2) a third party or the community who do not carry out obligations imposed sanctions indemnification and cancellation of the agreement. (3) a third party or the community does not mean responsilities 341 cancellation penalties or cancellation of agreement the agreement. (4) a third party or the community who do not carry out obligations sanctioned cancellation of approval. (5) a third party or the community who do not carry out obligations sanctioned cancellation capital participation agreement. CHAPTER XVIII of the CRIMINAL PROVISIONS of article 87 (1) violation of the obligation which has been imposed sanctions referred to additional criminal sanctions imposed confinement for 6 (six) months or a fine of as many Rp. 5,000,000.0 (five million) dollars. (2) in addition to the provisions of the criminal or the fines referred to in subsection (1) may be subject to forced law enforcement costs partially or completely. (3) the implementation of the forced imposition of a fee referred to paragraph (2) was set by decision of the Governor. CHAPTER XIX PROVISIONS COVER Article 88 With the enactment of the regulations in this Area then the regulations governing the management of goods area that is contrary to the rules of this area was declared no longer valid.

342 Article 89 the things that haven't been set up in this Area, all the Regulations concerning its implementation are defined more by the Governor. Article 90 of regulation of this area comes into force on the date of promulgation. So that everyone can know it, ordered the enactment of regulations in this Area with its placement in the piece area of Maluku province. Set in Ambon on September 14, 2009, GOVERNOR of the Moluccas, Cap/KAREL ALBERT RALAHALU ttd Enacted in Ambon on September 14, 2009 SECRETARY of the MALUKU REGION, Cap/ttd Nn. ROSA FELISTAS FAR-FAR SHEET REGION of MALUKU PROVINCE in 2009, number 11


343 EXPLANATION of REGULATORY REGIONS of MALUKU PROVINCE number: 11 in 2009 ABOUT the MANAGEMENT of the REGIONAL GOODS i. GENERAL EXPLANATION in fact affair and the responsibility of the Government of the Province of Maluku wheel each year continues to increase both in implementing governance, reconstruction and Development, especially with the enactment of Act No. 32 of 2004 on local governance and law number 6 for 2006 on the management of State-owned Items/Areas , required wisdom and a coordinated and concerted measures on the management of the Government's Regional Goods Maluku province. The Government has a lot of Maluku and using items obtained from various sources. These items, whether used by the authorities as well as to public services and the welfare of society. The goods Area is wealth or assets should be managed well in order to provide meaning and benefit as many, and not just as a large area of wealth but also should be managed efficiently and effectively so as not to give rise to the waste and must be accounted for. The provisions of the management of goods based on Maluku Province Government regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs number 17 in 2007 about the management of the regional Goods, to further give clarity then applicable local Maluku province is needed as the Foundation of the law of regional Governments in managing Regional Goods and community participation in development as well as help secure the assets of the area.

344 II. EXPLANATION of ARTICLE for the SAKE of ARTICLE article 1: Figure 1 figure 2 is quite clear: it is pretty clear the number 3: quite clearly the number 4: quite clearly the number 5: quite clearly the number 6: quite clearly the numbers 7: quite clearly the numbers 8: number 9 is pretty clear: clear enough numbers 10: quite clearly the number 11: quite clearly the numbers 12: quite clearly the number 13: quite clearly the numbers 14: quite clearly the number 15 Area: home is the House belonging to the area consisting of The Regions I Home that is provided for a particular position is occupied by the holder related to the nature of the Office and his position (Home Position); The Area houses the showteam II should not be transferable from one Department to another Department and was reserved for employees of the Office occupied by the concerned (House of Establishments) and The Region III other areas owned home that is provided to be occupied by civil servants, and not including the home area of the I and the II. The Region III can house 345 for sale/disewabelikan to employee numbers 16: sufficiently clear the numbers 17: planning in question is related to the preparation of regional and Goods needs or maintenance of goods area that is manifested in the form of Goods Needs Plan area (RKBD) and plans Needs Maintenance Items area (RKPBD) Figure 6: Figure 7: pretty clear pretty obvious numbers 20: quite clearly the number 21 : Quite clearly the numbers 22:23 numbers is quite clear: clear enough numbers 24: sufficiently clear numbers 25: quite clearly the numbers 26: sufficiently clear chapter 2: sufficiently clear chapter 3 letters a: quite clearly the letter b: accountability means having to reach a target of either physical, or financial benefit for the smooth running of the General duties of Government and community service in accordance with the principles and provisions in force in the areas of Goods management letter c : Sufficiently clear chapter 4:346 Central Government Goods are goods that are owned and controlled by Central Agencies, purchased over the STATE BUDGET burden and other legitimate earnings. When there is a State-owned inventarisasinya Items should be made individually, with separate management of Goods belonging to the area of article 5 paragraph (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear article 6 paragraph (1): the Governor's Power as the holder of the goods belonging to the Region is the highest local government officials who have the authority to take actions that lead to the existence of the receipts and expenditures of the goods of the region. paragraph (2): as Holders of power Goods belonging to the area is the single power holder who is authorized to establish policies, use, security, approving the proposal pemindahtanganan, removal and utilization of Goods belonging to the area of paragraph (3): the head of the Region in their implementation can be facilitated by the Secretary as the Manager in order to 347 coaching management of Belongings of the region, is in charge and responsible for this coordination and synchronization between users of paragraph (4) : Sufficiently clear paragraph (5): sufficiently clear paragraph (6): sufficiently clear paragraph (7): sufficiently clear paragraph (8): Depository of goods belonging to the area is the task entrusted to employees who receive, store, and issue of goods. Administrators of the goods belonging to the area is the task entrusted to employees who take care of the goods in the process of discharging areas that exist in every work unit. Article 7: sufficiently clear Chapter 8 paragraph (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear article 9 paragraph (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): Standardization of Goods regions is standardisation of goods according to the type and specification as well as its quality. The standardization needs of Regional Goods is standardisation of the type, specification and quality Goods Area according to the strata of the employees and the organization. The benchmark price is 348 standardization unit price of goods according the type, specification and quality of goods in a given period. paragraph (3): sufficiently clear Chapter 10: sufficiently clear Chapter 11: sufficiently clear chapter 12 subsection (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear chapter 13 verse (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear Chapter 2: sufficiently clear Chapter 3: sufficiently clear article 16 paragraph (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear Chapter 17 verse (1) : The acceptance of the obligation in kind from third parties to local governments based on licensing including shaped Licence designation of land use (SIPPT) followed up with pouring in the deal settlement obligations (Agreement), it is obliged to be handed over to the Governor's acceptance of an obligation in the form of 349 items from third parties to local governments based on the cooperation agreement for instance in the form of a Wake To Serah (BGS), wake up To the transfers (BSG) , Joint operations (KSO) of paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear paragraph (4): sufficiently clear paragraph (5): sufficiently clear paragraph (6): sufficiently clear Article 18 paragraph (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear paragraph (4): sufficiently clear article 19 paragraph (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear paragraph (4): sufficiently clear Chapter 20 verse (1) : Sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear chapter 21 subsection (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear Chapter 22 paragraph (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear Chapter 11: sufficiently clear 350 Article 24 paragraph (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear Chapter 25 verse (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear Chapter 26 subsection (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear Chapter 27 letter a : Quite clearly the letter b: quite clearly the letter c: sufficiently clear Letter d: sufficiently clear Article 28 paragraph (1): the rights management of submission is the Rental Stuff Area to a third party for a specific period in connection with renting rent payment received either at once or periodically. subsection (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear paragraph (4): sufficiently clear paragraph (5): sufficiently clear paragraph (6): sufficiently clear paragraph (7): sufficiently clear paragraph (8): sufficiently clear paragraph 351 Article 29 (1): Borrow only Sharing between the Central Government and the local government. Loan use implemented based on the letter of agreement for a certain period of time without receiving rewards and after that time period expire Items in the area-restore to local governments subsection (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear paragraph (4): sufficiently clear paragraph (5): sufficiently clear Chapter 30: sufficiently clear Chapter 31 subsection (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear Chapter 32 subsection (1) : Sufficiently clear paragraph (2): preparatory Costs which cannot be charged to GRANT fee 352 drafting MOU/agreement. As for the cost of the announcements in the newspapers, the cost of the study, the cost of a team of appraisers/assessors, consultants and others charged on the GRANT clause (3): sufficiently clear paragraph (4): sufficiently clear Chapter 33 verse (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear Chapter 34: sufficiently clear Chapter 35 subsection (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear paragraph (4): sufficiently clear paragraph (5) : Sufficiently clear paragraph (6): sufficiently clear paragraph (7): sufficiently clear paragraph (8): sufficiently clear Article 36 paragraph (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear Article 37 paragraph (1): sufficiently clear paragraph 353 (2): the legal Effort is an effort of local governments towards safeguarding regional goods made with steps yustisi, such activities face a claim or lawsuit or aggravated trespass, wild residential or other legal actions against against the ownership/mastery items Area by other parties of article 38 paragraph (1) : Sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear Article 39 paragraph (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear Chapter 40: Pengasuransian Regional Goods tailored to Regional needs and financial abilities of the insured Goods Area is the local government-owned goods that have


354 at high risk against the possibility of losses and that its utilization expected to last long. Article 39: sufficiently clear Chapter 40: sufficiently clear Chapter 41: sufficiently clear Chapter 42: sufficiently clear Article 43 paragraph (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear Chapter 44 subsection (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear Chapter 45 subsection (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear Chapter 46 subsection (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph 355 Article 47 (1) Historical Stuff: that has been established by decision of the Governor as the compulsory areas, maintained by local governments, while the historic items owned by the Central Government or society can be entirely or partially maintained by local governments or local Governments facilitate the participation of the community in order to maintain the historical items of paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): what is meant by other legitimate sources is a relief from the Central Government , compensation or participation/other assistance that are not binding on Article 48: sufficiently clear Chapter 49: Assessment is the process of a person's job assessor in giving opinions and estimations over 356 economical value at any given moment against the regional Assessment standards established by the competent institution of the goods belonging to the regions is owned/controlled by the regional Government assessed is Owned/Controlled that has a value of article 50 : Sufficiently clear Chapter 51 subsection (1): Independent Assessment is independent external professional qualified, certified and experts in the field of valuation of assets, issued by the competent institutions, such as the Ministry of finance, the public profession of Indonesia (MAPPI) Assessment, the combined company's Appraisers Indonesia (GAPPI) internal Assessor is an employee of the local government which was set 357 as the team qualified Evaluator assigned with SK Head area of an Internal Team consisting of Officials/Staff related field of duty. subsection (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear paragraph (4): sufficiently clear Article 52 paragraph (1): the definition can be removed from the list of inventory are the deletion (not in the sense of depreciation) that in accordance with rule/standard accounting items that apply to subsection (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): is due to other causes among other things is because of lost, stolen, burned, shrink, evaporate, melt Article 53 paragraph (1) : Sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear Chapter 54 paragraph (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph 358 (3): sufficiently clear Article 55 paragraph (1): the definition of excess is the stuff that is not needed anymore for the sake of work Unit/units of Work paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): grants to the other party is done by the Governor's Decision having regard to the interests of social, religious, humanitarian and in support of the Organization of the Government with the terms : not a goods which is secret, is not an important item of the region, not the stuff that is the items that ruled his life people, not required-by the local government and not interfere with the duties of civil service rule of paragraph (4): sufficiently clear paragraph (5): sufficiently clear Chapter 359 56: is the individual Agency Vehicles are vehicles used by State officials (Regional Head and Deputy Head of the region). Operational Service and vehicle is a vehicle used by Regional Officials and vehicles used in the conduct of the Government support the activities Section 57 subsection (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear Chapter 58 paragraph (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear Article 59 paragraph (1): Understanding can be sold, not to be defined but it can be yes or no depending on the willingness of the vehicle replacement so as not to interfere with the smooth running of the task 360 verses (2) : Sufficiently clear Chapter 60 subsection (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear paragraph (4): the period of repayment is 5 (five) years counted from the date of the establishment of the Governor's Decision paragraph (5): sufficiently clear Chapter 61 verse (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear Chapter 62: sufficiently clear Chapter 63: Governor sets a single home and set the House top placement allocation Article 64 paragraph (1) : Sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear paragraph (4): sufficiently clear paragraph 361 (5): sufficiently clear Article 65 paragraph (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear Chapter 66 verse (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear paragraph (4): sufficiently clear Article 67 paragraph (1): Benefit of local government in replacement of assets in the form of money value greater than the price assessment and, if in the form of goods must be the facilities needed by the local authorities and community v. (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear paragraph (4): sufficiently clear paragraph (5): sufficiently clear paragraph (6): sufficiently clear paragraph (7): sufficiently clear paragraph 362 of article 68 (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear Chapter 69: sufficiently clear article 70 paragraph (1) : Sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear Chapter 71 subsection (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear Chapter 72: sufficiently clear Article 73 paragraph (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear Chapter 74 subsection (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear Chapter 75 verse (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear Chapter 76 subsection (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2) : Sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear Chapter 77 subsection (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph 363 of article 78 (1): list of Mutations of the goods is reduced and the list of goods or grow and reported each semester or 6 (six) months, that is, the mutation that occurred January 1, up to June 30, the current year is reported in July, while the mutation that occurred since 1 July until 31 December current year reported in January the following year. If there is no mutation or Nil, obliged to convey the report. subsection (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear Chapter 79 subsection (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear Chapter 80: sufficiently clear Chapter 81 subsection (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear paragraph 364 Article 82 (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear paragraph (4): the head of work Unit/units of Work to conduct surveillance against a subordinate who manage Goods area and the Committee which supports the management of appropriate mechanisms and Regional Goods procedures applicable to Article 83 paragraph (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear Article 84 paragraph (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear paragraph (4): sufficiently clear paragraph (5): sufficiently clear Chapter 85 paragraph (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): resolution of disputes between people assets and local governments appropriate duties and functions carried out by law firm providing legal assistance against 365 safeguards Goods Area whereas the designation of the legal Institutions to professional is based on considerations of efficiency, effectiveness, and in accordance with his needs is done through a letter of authority from the Governor. paragraph (4): sufficiently clear paragraph (5): sufficiently clear Chapter 86 subsection (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear paragraph (4): sufficiently clear paragraph (5): sufficiently clear Chapter 87 paragraph (1): sufficiently clear paragraph (2): sufficiently clear paragraph (3): sufficiently clear Chapter 88: sufficiently clear Chapter 366 89: sufficiently clear Chapter 90: sufficiently clear ANCILLARY AREAS of MALUKU PROVINCE SHEET number ... ...