Regional Regulation Number 17 In 2008

Original Language Title: Peraturan Daerah Nomor 17 Tahun 2008

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1 REGULATION of the AREA of BANTEN PROVINCE number: 17 in 2008 ABOUT the MANAGEMENT of GOODS BELONGING to the REGIONAL GOVERNOR of BANTEN, Considering: a. that the goods belong to the region is one of the essential elements in implementing governance, development and community service, so that needs to be managed in an orderly, in order to optimally exploiting in order to support the Organization of the local government; b. that the Regulatory region number 53 in 2002 about the management of the regional Goods are not in accordance with the Government Regulation number 6 in 2006 about the management of the Property area as modified by the Government Regulation Number 38 in 2008, so it needs to be adjusted; c. that based on considerations as referred to in letters a and b, the need to establish local regulations about the management of Belongings of the region. Remember: 1. Article 18 paragraph (6) of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945; 2. Act No. 72 in 1957 about the setting of the emergency law number 19 in 1955 on the sale of Home Affairs to civil servants as law (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia in 1957 the number 158); 3. Act No. 5 of 1960 about Agrarian PokokPokok (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 104 in 1960, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 2013); 4. Act No. 23 of 2000 on the establishment of Banten Province (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 2000 Number 182, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4010);

2 5. Act No. 17 of 2003 About State Finances (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 47 in 2003, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4286); 6. Act No. 1 of 2004 On the Treasury of the State (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia in 2004, an additional Sheet No. 5 of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4355); 7. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning regional Governments (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, the last by Act No. 12 of 2008 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844); 8. Act No. 33 of 2004 Concerning the Financial Equalization between the Central Government and local governments (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 126 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4438); 9. Government Regulation Number 46 in 1971 about the Individual vehicle sales Department of State (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 1971, an additional State Gazette Number 1967); 10. Government Regulation Number 40 in 1994 about the Home country (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 69 (1994), an additional Sheet country number 3537); 11. Government Regulation Number 40 in 1996 about the Rights of business/Building use rights and usage rights over the land (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 58 in 1996, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3643); 12. 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 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 2001 number 6, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4073); 13. Government Regulation Number 24 in 2005 About a government accounting standards (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 49 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4503);

3 14. Government Regulation Number 57 in 2005 about grants to area (Sheet Republic of Indonesia Number 139 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4577); 15. The Government 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); 16. Government Regulation number 6 in 2006 about the management of Goods belonging to the area (Country Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 20 in 2006, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4609) as amended by the Government Regulation Number 38 in 2008 about the changes to the Government Regulation number 6 in 2006 about the management of Goods belonging to the area (Country Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 78 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4855); 17. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 About Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, local authorities And the regional Government of the province, Kabupaten/Kota (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4737). 18. The decision of the President of the Republic of Indonesia number 80 in 2003 on Guidelines implementation of Government procurement of goods and services (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 120 in 2003, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4330) as has been changed several times, the last presidential regulation Number 85 in 2006 about the seventh Change over the presidential decree number 80 in 2003 about the guidelines of Government procurement of goods and services; 19. Regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs number 17 in 2007 about the technical guidelines management of Goods belonging to the area. 20. Regulation of the area of Banten Province number 1 in 2008 about the establishment, Organization and the Secretariat of the Working Area of Banten Province (Gazette No. 1, an additional Area of the sheet region number 8); 21. The regulations of Banten Province Area number 2 in 2008 about the establishment, Organization and the work of the Secretariat of the DPRD Banten Province (Sheet region number 2, an additional Sheet region number 9);

4 22. Regional Banten Province Regulation number 3 of 2008 about the establishment, Organization and the Work of the Regional Office of Banten Province (the sheet Area number 3, an additional Sheet region number 10); 23. The regulation of the area of Banten Province number 4 in 2008 about the establishment, Organisation and governance of technical Work Area of Banten Province (Gazette No. 4, an additional Area of the sheet region number 11); 24. Regulatory Region of Banten Province number 5 in 2008 about the establishment, Organization and governance of the working unit of Police teachers ' Praja Banten Province (Gazette No. 5 Area, an additional Sheet region number 12); 25. Local regulations of Banten Province number 8 in 2008 about the Retribution of the wearing of the wealth of the region (the regional Gazette number 8, an additional Sheet region number 16). With the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES along with the AREA of BANTEN PROVINCE and BANTEN GOVERNOR DECIDED: setting: LOCAL REGULATIONS ABOUT the MANAGEMENT of BELONGINGS of the region. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 in regulation of this area, which is: 1. is the Area of Banten Province; 2. The local government is organizing the Affairs of Government by local governments and the regional House of representatives according to the principle of autonomy and pembantuan with the principle of autonomy in the system and the existence of the principle of the unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia as stipulated in the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945; 3. The Government of the region of Banten Province hereinafter called the local government is the Governor and the area of Banten Province as the organizer of the local governments of Banten Province;

5 4. The Governor is the Governor of Banten; 5. The House of representatives in the next PARLIAMENT is abbreviated Area DPRD Banten Province; 6. The Regional Secretary is Secretary of the Region of Banten Province hereinafter called property manager region; 7. Service Asset and financial management Areas which further shortened to DPKAD and General Bureau and supplies is a Government region of Banten Province as Associate Manager of goods belonging to the region; 8. 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 region; 9. The technical Implementing Area hereinafter abbreviated UNIT is part of the SEGWAY as a power user of the goods; 10. the organizer of the goods belonging to the area hereinafter referred to as the maintainer is the competent authority responsible for the coordination and conduct of managing property area; 11. Regional merchandise manager Helper hereafter Associate Manager is responsible officials coordinating the Organization of management of goods belonging to the area of work units that are on the device region; 12. the users of the goods belonging to the area hereinafter referred to as the user is the head of the unit of Work of the regional authority which holds the Device the use of the goods belonging to the region; 13. A power user of goods belonging to the area hereinafter referred to as the Power Users is the head of work unit or officials designated by the user to use the goods belong to the areas that are in control; 14. The keeper of the goods belonging to the area is the task entrusted to employees who receive, store, and memgeluarkan goods; 15. the Executive Board 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/unit area of work devices; 16. The evaluator is the party performing the assessment independently based on his/her competence consists of internal and external assessors assessors. 5. Goods belonging to the area is all goods bought or obtained over the burden of Budget revenue and Spending areas or other lawful acquisition; 18. The management of Goods belonging to the area is the set of activities and measures against goods area that includes planning requirements, procurement, receipt, storage, distribution, use, administering, utilization, security and maintenance, assessment, removal, pemindahtanganan, coaching, supervision, control and financing;


6 19. Planning is an activity needs to formulate the details of goods belonging to the regional needs for linking the procurement of goods that have been with the running state as the basis for action in the coming fulfillment; 20. The procurement is an activity to do the fulfillment of the needs of regional goods and services; 21. Channelling is transmit/activities for the delivery of the goods belonging to the area of the warehouse to the work unit users; 22. Maintenance is an activity or action which is carried out so that all the goods belonging to the area always in good condition and ready for use in Sepik and managed to; 23. Security is an activity control measures in the area of management of property in the physical, administrative and actions of remedy; 24. The use of is an activity performed by the user/user in managing power and menatausahakan the goods belong to regions in accordance with the basic tasks and functions of the Work Unit (SKPD) Area of the device concerned; 25. The utilization is the utilization of goods belonging to the area that is not used in accordance with the basic tasks and functions of the Work Unit (SKPD) Area of the device in the form of rent, borrow, the cooperation of utilization, wake up to the transfers and transfers in order to wake up with does not change the status of ownership; 26. A lease is the utilization of goods belonging to the area by the other party within a certain period by receiving cash in return; 27. Loan submission is sharing the use of the goods between the local governments with the Central Government and local governments within a certain period without receiving rewards and after that period ends handed back to the maintainer; 28. Cooperation in utilization is the utilization of goods belonging to the area by the other party within a certain period in order to increase acceptance of the area instead of tax/revenue area and other financing sources; 29. to wake up the transfers is the utilization of land area owned by the other party by way of the building and/or the means of these amenities, then harnessed by the other party within a certain period agreed upon, then handed back the land with their buildings and/or means of following facilities after the expiry of a period of time; 30. the transfers to wake up is the utilization of land area owned by the other party by way of the building and/or the means of these amenities, and once finished are submitted to the harnessed by other parties in the agreed period of time;

7 31. Deletion is the Act of removing the goods belong to the area of the list of goods with a published decision of the competent authority to free users and/or a power user and/or administrative responsibilities of Manager and physical goods that are in control; 32. 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 included as capital of local government; 33. The sale is the transfer of ownership of goods belonging to any other area by accepting the replacement in the form of money; 34. Exchange of goods belonging to the region/swap spit is the transfer of ownership of goods belonging to the area between local governments with the Central Government, local governments, or between a local government with other parties, by accepting the replacement in kind, at least with balanced values; 35. A grant is a transfer of ownership of goods from local governments to the Central Government, local governments, or from local Government to the other party, without obtaining the replacement; 36. Capital Investment of local government is the transfer of ownership of the goods belonging to the original area is not separated into wealth riches that separated to reckon with as capital/stock areas on regional-owned enterprises or other legal entities; 37. The administering is a series of activities which include bookkeeping, inventory and reporting of goods belonging to the region in accordance with the provisions in force; 38. An inventory is an activity to perform logging, logging, and reporting the results of the data collection items belong to the region; 39. The assessment is a process of selective research activities based on data/facts are objective and relevant to the use of specific/technical method to obtain the value of the goods belonging to the region; 40. A list of items a user who hereafter abbreviated with DBP is a list that contains the item data that is used by each user; 41. The list of goods power user hereinafter abbreviated DBKP is a list that contains data items that are owned by the respective power users; 42. The standardization of infrastructure work of local government is the standardisation of office space, Office supplies, Home Office, Department of vehicles and other goods that require standardization; 43. The standardization of price is the determination of the magnitude of the price of goods according the type, specification and quality within one (1) period. Article 2 management of goods belonging to the area carried out based on the principle of functional, legal certainty, transparency and openness, efficiency, accountability, and the certainty of value.

8 article 3 the management of goods belonging to the region is part of the financial management area, which includes all the goods belonging to the area of either moving or not moving in and/or outside the area of Banten Province. CHAPTER II the ACTING MANAGER of the GOODS BELONGING to the REGION is considered part of the holder of the Power of goods belonging to the area of article 4 (1) of the Governor as the holder of the power management of goods belonging to the regional authorities and is responsible for the construction and implementation of the management of goods belonging to the area. (2) the Governor referred to in subsection (1) are authoritative; a. policy management of goods belonging to the region; b. assign usage, utilization or pemindahtanganan land and buildings; c. policy safeguards goods belonging to the region; 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. Article 5 the Governor as holder of the power management of goods belonging to the area referred to in article 4, assisted by Regional Secretary: a. as Manager; b. General Bureau Chief and auxiliary equipment and DPKAD as Manager; c. the head of the SEGWAY as users; d. General Bureau Chief and head of Unit equipment and Technical Areas as Implementing a power user; e. Storage of goods belonging to the region; f. Executive Board of goods belonging to the area.

9 the second section Manager Items belonging to the area of article 6 the provider of goods belonging to the regional authorities and shall be responsible for: a. set the officials who take care of and keep the goods belong to area b. examine and approve the plan needs the goods belonging to the region; c. examine and approve the plan needs maintenance/care of the goods belonging to the region; d. set the implementation of utilization, erasure and pemindahtanganan owned area that is approved by the Governor. e. perform the coordination in the implementation of an inventory of the goods belonging to the region; f. perform monitoring and control over the management of belongings of the region. The third part of the regional Property Manager Helper article 7 regional property Manager as referred to in article 6, aided by Assistants who manages the Property areas, namely: a. the Public Agency and the Equipment; b. DPKAD. Article 8 (1) of the regional property manager Assistants referred to in article 7 letter a help in terms of: a. gather, examine and propose a plan of regional goods needs; b. gather and examine the plan needs maintenance/care of the goods belonging to the region; c. do the coordination in the implementation of the planning of the regional goods; (2) property manager Helper area referred to in article 7 letter b helps in terms of: a. gather, examine and propose caretaker and keeper of the goods belonging to the region; b. carry out an inventory of the assets of the region; c. set the utilization, security implementation, assessment, pemindahtanganan and removal of goods belonging to the region; d. conducting surveillance and control over the management of the goods belonging to the region; e. coordinate the Organization of management of goods belonging to the region on each of the SEGWAY.


10 the fourth part of the user of the goods belonging to the area of article 9 the user property of the regional authorities and is responsible for: a. ask the plan needs possession of areas for work unit area his device; b. applying for designation status for the control and use of the goods belonging to the region gained from the burden of NATIONAL and other legitimate earnings; c. doing an inventory of the goods belonging to the region who 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 the work units of the device his area; e. secure and maintain possession of the areas that are in control; f. filing a proposal pemindahtanganan of goods belonging to the area of land and/or buildings which do not require the approval of PARLIAMENT and regional belongings other than land and buildings; g. submit a land and/or buildings and in addition to land and/or buildings that are not exploited for the benefit of the Organization of the basic tasks and functions of the Work units of the device his Area to the Governor through the provider of the goods; h. perform monitoring and control over the use of property that is in the control area; i. prepare and submit Semiannual Reports User Stuff (LBPS) and reports Annual User Stuff (LBPT) as well as an inventory report 5 (five) in the Annual greater control over to the provider of the goods. The fifth part is a power user of goods belonging to the area of article 10 a power user of goods belonging to the regional authorities and is responsible for: a. ask the plan needs possession area for his work unit to the head of unit of the relevant areas of Work of the device; b. do an inventory of the goods belonging to the region who are in control; c. 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 the work his unit;

11 d. secure and maintain possession of the areas that are in control; e. conducting monitoring and control over the use of property that is in the control area; and f. prepare and submit Semiannual Reports a power user Stuff (LBKPS) and the report of the Annual power user Stuff (LBKPT) as well as an inventory report 5 (five) in the Annual control to the user. The sixth part of the keeper of the goods article 11 Repository items have the following duties: a. receive, store and transmit the goods belonging to the region; b. research and compile document procurement of goods received; c. examine the number and quality of goods received in accordance with the procurement documents; d. Noting the items belong to the area that are accepted into the book/card goods; e. secure the goods belong to the areas that are in stock; and f. make a report the receipt, distribution and stock/inventory of goods belonging to the regional head of the SEGWAY. The seventh section of the administrators of the goods article 12 Trustees goods have duties as follows: a. record the whole stuff belongs to the areas that are in each of the work units/SEGWAY comes from a GRANT or other legitimate earnings into Card Inventory Items (KIB), card Room Inventory (KIR), books (BI) Inventory and the book Inventory Holding (BIl), appropriate kodefikasi and classification of goods belonging to the region; b. do the record-keeping of the goods belonging to the area being maintained/improved into the card maintenance; c. prepare a report User Semiannual (LBPS) and reports Annual User Stuff (LBPT) as well as an inventory Report 5 (five) were at the annual SEGWAY to the maintainer; and or d. prepare the proposed abolition of the goods belonging to the damaged area or not used anymore.

12 CHAPTER III PLANNING NEEDS and PENGGANGGARAN Article 13 implementing coordination Manager, Helper, gathered and compiled: a. the plan needs the goods belonging to the region for a one-year budget required by each SEGWAY; b. standardization and infrastructure work and standardization of local government rates. Article 14 (1) Standardization and infrastructure work of local government as stipulated in article 13 the letter b, prepared by the Bureau of the public and supplies as the maid. (2) the standardization of the price as referred to in article 13 the letter b, composed by DPKAD as Associate Manager. (3) the standardization and infrastructure work of local governments and the standardization of the price as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) be governed more by Regulation of the Governor. Article 15 (1) Planning needs of goods belonging to the area laid out in the work plan and budget a work unit of the device Area after observing the availability of goods belonging to the area. (2) Planning needs maintenance items organized in a regional work plan and budget a work unit of the device Area having regard to the existing items in the data usage. (3) Planning needs and the maintenance of the goods belonging to the area referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), based on the standardization Work of Government facilities and infrastructure of the area and the standard Unit price. (4) the standardization and infrastructure work of local governments and the standard unit price as referred to in paragraph (3), be used as reference in drafting plans for the needs of the Property area (RKBMD) and plans of the maintenance Needs of goods belonging to the region (RKPBMD). (5) the plan needs possession area and plan maintenance needs possession of areas as referred to in paragraph (4), as the basis for the preparation of the work plan and budget (RKA) each SEGWAY as an ingredient for preparing the Plan BUDGETS.

13 article 16 Goods Needs Plan area (RKBD) and plans of the maintenance Needs of goods belonging to the region (RKPBMD) SEGWAY before set to be a list of Items Needs Areas (DKBD) and list of Goods belonging to the Maintenance needs of the region (DKPBMD) discussed by managers, Assistant managers and users. CHAPTER IV article 17 PROCUREMENT procurement of goods belonging to the region was carried out based on the principles of efficient, effective, transparent, open, competitive, fair/not discriminatory and accountable. Article 18 (1) local government procurement of goods was carried out by the Committee of procurement/procurement Officials. (2) the Committee of procurement/procurement Officials of local government established by the decision of the head of the SEGWAY/work Unit as the user/User Power budget. Article 19 local government procurement of goods carried out in accordance with the legislation. Article 20 (1) the realisation of the implementation of the local government procurement of goods referred to in article 17, the Committee's examination by the Examiner of the goods of local government. (2) Goods Inspectors of local Government Committee as referred to in paragraph (1) established by decision of the head of SEGWAY/work Unit as the user/User Power budget. Article 21 (1) of the user making the report the results of the local government procurement to the Governor through the Manager. (2) Report the results of the procurement referred to in paragraph (1), equipped with procurement documents. CHAPTER v. ACCEPTANCE and DISTRIBUTION of section 22 (1) the results of the procurement of goods accepted by the keeper of the goods. (2) the storage of goods referred to in subsection (1), shall be obliged to carry out the Administration's acceptance of the goods belonging to the area.

14 (3) receipt of goods belonging to the area referred to in subsection (1) subsequently stored in the warehouse or place of storage. Article 23 (1) the results of the procurement area does not move welcomed by the head of the SEGWAY, and then reported to the Governor to set usage. (2) Acceptance of the goods referred to in subsection (1), done after review by the Committee for Regional Goods Inspectors, by making News of the proceedings. Article 24 (1) of the regional Goods Examiner Committee referred to in Article 8 paragraph (2) is in charge of inspecting, researching and watched items are submitted according to the requirements stated in the Warrant or Work contract/agreement and published News of the proceedings. (2) News Events referred to subsection (1) is used as one of the terms of payment. Article 25 (1) local government receiving goods from a third-party fulfillment of obligations based on the agreement and/or the implementation of a specific permission. (2) local governments could receive goods from a third party that is donations, grants, endowments and submission from the public. (3) Submission of third parties as referred to in paragraph (1) and (2), poured in a news event of the Handover (BAST) and accompanied by a document of ownership/mastery. (4) the Manager or the designated officials noted, monitor, and actively performs billing third party liability as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2). (5) the results of the acceptance referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) is recorded in the list of items belonging to the area. Article 26 (1) distribution of goods belonging to the area by keeper of the goods is carried out on the basis of a warrant Spending (SPPB) of the user/User Power accompanied by News the handover Event. (2) the user is obliged to report stock or the rest of the goods to the person who manages through aides. (3) a power user is obligated to report the stock or the rest of the item to the user.


15. CHAPTER VI the USE of article 27 (1) of the goods belonging to the area designated for the usage status of the basic tasks and functions of the SEGWAY and can be operated by the other party in order to support public service appropriate basic tasks and functions of the SEGWAY is concerned. (2) the Status of the use of the goods belonging to the area specified by a decision of the Governor. (3) the determination of the status of the use of the goods belonging to the area referred to in subsection (2) is performed with the following procedures: a. the user reported possession of goods received to the area manager of 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 28 (1) the determination of the status of land use and/or building done on the condition that the land and/or buildings is necessary for the purposes of conducting basic tasks and functions the user of goods and/or the power users of the goods in question. (2) the user and/or power user is obligated to cede land and/or other inventory items include buildings that are not used for the purpose of organizing the basic tasks and functions the user and/or power users to the Governor through the Manager. CHAPTER VII is considered part of ADMINISTERING Bookkeeping Article 29 (1) of the user/power user 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 provider of the Maid did a recap of the top of the record keeping and registration of the goods belonging to the area referred to in subsection (1) in the list of items belonging to the area (DBMD).

4 Article 30 (1) of the user/Power Users store documents of ownership of goods belonging to the areas other than the land and/or buildings. (2) the Manager saves the entire document of land ownership and/or building and proof of ownership of a motor vehicle belonging to the local government. The second part Inventory article 31 (1) the Manager and the user carrying out the census area possession every 5 (five) years to compile the book Inventory and the book Inventory along with a recap of the Parent item belongs to the local government. (2) the Manager is responsible for the implementation of the Census property area. (3) the implementation of the census areas belonging to the goods referred to in subsection (1), established by decision of the Governor. (4) possession Census areas, carried out simultaneously by all users/power user. (5) the user to convey the results of the census to the organizer at least 3 (three) months after completion of the census. (6) DPKAD as maid Manager gathers the results of an inventory of the goods belonging to the area. (7) the goods belong to the area of the preparation and construction of the work are excluded from the provisions referred to in paragraph (1). The third part reporting on Article 32 (1) of the user/power user stuff report semiannual and annual. (2) the report referred to in subsection (1) is submitted to the Governor through the Manager. (3) DPKAD as Helpers Manager gathers the reports referred to in paragraph (2) to Report the goods belonging to the region (LBMD). Article 33 the report item property of the area referred to in Article 32, paragraph (3) is used as a basis for drawing up the balance sheets of local governments.

17 CHAPTER VIII UTILIZATION Utilization Criteria Considered Part of article 34 of the goods belonging to the area of land and/or buildings, in addition to land and/or buildings that have been submitted by users to the maintainer can be utilized. Article 35 (1) utilization of the goods belonging to the area of land and/or buildings, in addition to land and/or buildings that used to support the Organization of basic tasks and functions of the SEGWAY, carried out by the user having obtained the approval of the Manager; (2) the utilization of goods belonging to the area of land and/or buildings which are not used to support the Organization of basic tasks and functions of the SEGWAY, implemented by the Manager after the approval of the Governor; (3) utilization of the goods belonging to the region in addition to the land and/or buildings that are not used to support the Organization of basic tasks and functions of the SEGWAY, carried out by the user having obtained the approval of the Manager; (4) the utilization of goods belonging to the region was carried out on the basis of technical considerations having regard to regional interests and the public interest Forms the second part of article 36 Utilisation forms of utilization of the goods belonging to the area such as: a. the lease; b. loan; c. cooperation of utilization; d. wake up to the transfers and transfers in order to wake up. Paragraph 1 of article 37 Leases (1) Goods belonging to the area of goods moving or not moving the untapped by the local government, can be rented out to third parties all benefit areas and does not change the status of ownership of the goods of the region.

18 (2) rental of goods belonging to the area of land and/or buildings held by the Manager after the approval of the Governor. (3) rental of goods belonging to the area of much of the land and/or buildings, in addition to land and/or buildings that are still used by the user, carried out by the user having obtained the consent of the Manager. (4) the period of rental items belonging to the area of more than 5 (five) years and can be extended. (5) the Rental referred to in paragraph (1), (2) and (3) was carried out based on a letter tenancy agreement, which at the lack of included: 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; and d. other requirements deemed necessary. (6) the results of the acceptance of Cash deposited to lease a general area. Paragraph 2 the Loan Use Article 38 (1) of the goods belonging to the area of both land and/or buildings can be dipinjampakaikan for the benefit of the Organization of the local government; (2) lending of disposable goods belonging to the area of land and/or implemented by the Manager after the approval of the Governor; (3) the goods belong to the area that dipinjampakaikan does not change the status of ownership of the goods to 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. types, broad and the number of items being loaned; c. the period of borrowing; d. responsibility of borrowers at the expense of operation and maintenance for a long period of loan; and e. other requirements deemed necessary.

7 Paragraph 3 of article 39 cooperation in utilization of Cooperation the utilization of goods belonging to the region with other parties is carried out in order to: a. to optimize effectiveness and results to items belonging to the region; b. increase the acceptance of the income of the region. Article 40 (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 41 (1) cooperation in the utilization of goods belonging to the region is implemented with the following conditions: a. is not available or not sufficient available funds in the BUDGETS to meet the running costs/maintenance/repairs that need to be done to the property area in question; b. utilization of cooperation partners are set through tender/auction with include at least 5 (five) participants/audiences, except for goods belonging to the special nature of the area can be done direct appointment; c. quantity fixed contribution payments and profit sharing partnership exploiting determined from the results of a calculation team established by the Governor; and d. a fixed contribution payments and profit sharing paid in utilization of cooperation to the regional Treasury every year during the period of the operation. (2) the cost of studies, research, penaksir and announcement of tenders/auctions, charged to the budget of income and Expenditure area. (3) the costs relating to the preparation and implementation of the preparation of the letter of agreement, the implementing consultant/supervisor, charged to a third party.


(4) During a period of operation, cooperation partners or menjaminkan prohibited utilization of mortgaged goods belong to the area that became the object of the cooperation of utilization. (5) a period of cooperation the most utilization longer than 30 (thirty) years since the Treaty was signed and can be extended. (6) After ending a period of cooperation, the Governor sets the utilization status of use/utilization of land and/or buildings in accordance with the legislation. Paragraph 4 wake up To the transfers and wake up the transfers To Article 42 (1) wake up to the transfers and up to delivery of goods belonging to the region can be implemented with the following requirements: a. local governments require buildings and facilities for the Organization of local government for the benefit of public services in the framework of the Organization of basic tasks and functions; b. land belonging to local governments that have been submitted by users to the Governor; c. not available funds in the budget of income and Expenditure 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. Article 43 (1) determination of partners wake up to wake up to the transfers and transfers executed through tender/auction with include at least 5 (five) participants/audiences. (2) the partner wake up to the transfers and transfers in order to wake up that has been established over a long period of operation, have to meet the following obligations: a. pay the contribution to the regional Treasury every year that the adjustment is set based on the results of the calculations of the team formed by the Governor; 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; (3) the object of delivery in order to wake up and wake up to the transfers referred to in paragraph (2) letter b, in the form of a certificate of the right of management of the property of the local government. (4) the object of delivery in order to wake up and wake up the transfers to land and/or buildings should not be used as collateral for debt or diagunkan.

21 (5) of the building use rights above the rights of managing government-owned areas, can be used as collateral for debt or diagunkan in accordance with the legislation. Article 44 (1) a period of waking up to the transfers of not longer than 30 (thirty) years since the Treaty was signed. (2) wake up to the transfers and wake up the transfers to be carried out on the basis of a letter of agreement which at least contains: 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 bagun to transfers and transfers in order to wake up; d. rights and obligations of the parties involved in the agreement; e. other requirements deemed necessary. (3) building permit results to wake up to the transfers and transfers in order to wake on behalf of local governments. (4) the cost of studies, research and the announcement of tenders/auctions, charged to the budget of income and Expenditure area. (5) the costs relating to the preparation and implementation of the preparation of the letter of agreement, the implementing consultant/supervisor, is charged to the winner. Article 45 wake up the transfers to goods belonging to the area 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 construction; 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; Article 46 After a period of time for administrative ends, the object of delivery in order to wake up and wake up the transfers in order to advance the functional supervision authorities audited by local governments before their use is determined by the Governor. CHAPTER IX SECURITY and MAINTENANCE of the parts of the Union Security Clause 47 (1) the Manager of the user of the goods, the goods and/or power user stuff obligatory safeguards belongings being in control.

22 (2) Safeguarding the goods belonging to the area referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. Security Administration activities include bookkeeping, inventory, reporting and storage of documents of ownership; b. physical security to prevent the occurrence of decreased function of the goods, a decrease in the amount of goods and loss of goods; c. physical security for land and buildings among other things done by pemagaran, mounting the mark land boundaries, and gross; d. physical safeguards for other than land and buildings is carried out by means of storage and maintenance; e. legal safeguards include activities complete the proof of ownership. Article 48 the financing of safeguards belongings area charged to income and Expenditure Budget areas, and/or other sources that are legitimate and are not binding. Article 49 (1) of the goods belonging to the area of land must be disertifikatkan on behalf of local governments. (2) possession of areas other than land and buildings or buildings must be equipped with proof of ownership on behalf of local governments. Article 50 the goods belonging to the local Government can be insured according financial capability areas and carried out in accordance with laws-invitation. Article 51 (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 that were held by DPKAD as helpers who manages the goods. Article 52 the goods belong to the area that used to serve the public interest are prohibited digadaikan, burdened the rights of dependants and/or transferable. The second part of the maintenance of article 53 (1) Auxiliary Manager, user and/or power users responsible for the maintenance of the goods belonging to the region under control.

23 (2) Maintenance referred to in subsection (1) are based on a list of the maintenance Needs of the goods belonging to the region (DKPBMD). (3) the cost of maintenance of the goods belonging to the area charged on a GRANT. Article 54 (1) the user and/or power user is obligated to make a list of the results of the maintenance of the Goods and to report to the Manager on a regular basis. (2) DPKAD as Associate Manager examines the reports referred to in paragraph (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 55 (1) of the goods either in the form of historical buildings and/or other items that are the cultural relics are owned by local governments or Government or mandatory community maintained by local governments. (2) the cost of maintenance of the historical items referred to in subsection (1) is charged on a GRANT and/or other sources. CHAPTER X 56 Article ASSESSMENT Assessment of goods belonging to the area carried out in the framework of the preparation of the balance sheet, the utilization of local government, and pemindahtanganan the goods belonging to the area. Article 57 the determination of the value of the goods belonging to the region in the framework of the preparation of the balance sheet is done by local government based on Government accounting standards (SAP). Article 58 (1) the assessment of the goods belonging to the area of land and/or buildings in order of utilization or pemindahtanganan carried out by the internal Team assigned by the Governor, and may involve independent certified appraisers in the valuation of assets that are appointed by the Governor. (2) Valuation of goods belonging to the area referred to in subsection (1) is conducted to obtain reasonable values, with the lowest estimation using the Value Object (NJOP) Tax rates and local public lands. Article 59 (1) Assessment of goods belonging to the region in addition to the land and/or buildings in order of utilization or pemindahtanganan done by the team determined by the provider of the goods, and may involve independent evaluator assigned Manager stuff.

24 (2) the assessment of the goods belonging to the area as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out to get a reasonable value. Article 60 (1) the results of the valuation of goods belonging to the area referred to in Article 58 set by decision of the Governor. (2) the results of the valuation of goods belonging to the area referred to in Article 59 specified by the provider of the goods. CHAPTER XI the DELETION of article 61 (1) any goods belonging to the area that is damaged and cannot be used again/missing/dead, not in keeping with technological developments, excess, jeopardize the safety, security and environment and inefficient again can be removed from the list of inventory. (2) the removal of the goods belonging to the area as referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. deletion of a list of items the user and/or power users; b. the removal from the list of items belonging to the area. Article 62 (1) the removal of the goods belonging to the area referred to in Article 61 paragraph (2) letter a, done in terms of possession of areas intended are not in user mastery and/or power users. (2) the removal of the goods belonging to the area referred to in Article 61 paragraph (2) letter b, performed in terms of possession of areas intended to switch ownership, there was destruction of or because of other reasons. (3) the deletion referred to in subsection (1), implemented by decision of the Governor on behalf of the Manager. (4) the removal referred to in subsection (2), implemented by decision of the Governor. Article 63 (1) the removal of the goods belonging to the region with follow-up destruction done in possession the area in question: a. cannot be used, cannot be utilized and is non-transferable; or b. any other reason in accordance with the legislation. (2) the destruction as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out by the user with the decision from the Manager after the approval of the Governor.


25 (3) implementation of destruction as referred to in paragraph (2) was poured in the News Events of destruction and reported to the Governor. CHAPTER XII PEMINDAHTANGANAN Article 64 (1) the goods belong to the area that is damaged and cannot be used, it is removed from the list of Inventory Items belong to the region. (2) the goods belong to the deleted area as referred to in paragraph (1) and still have economic value, can be done through: a. public auction/auction limited; and/or b. donated or given to another party. (3) the results of the public auction/auction limited as in paragraph (2) letter a, Cash deposited to the General area. Part One Pemindahtanganan forms and consent forms Article 65 pemindahtanganan as a follow up over the removal of the goods belonging to the region covering: a. sales/auctions; b. ruislag/Exchange; c. grant; d. the inclusion of Government capital of the region. Article 66 (1) Pemindahtanganan the goods belong to the areas referred to in Article 65, set by the Governor's Decision after obtaining approval from the PARLIAMENT, to: a. the land and/or buildings; b. in addition to land and/or buildings that are worth more than Rp 5,000,000,000.00 (five billion dollars). (2) Pemindahtanganan owned area is land and/or buildings as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a, does not require the approval of PARLIAMENT, if: a. is not in accordance with the territorial or spatial arrangement of the city; b. should be abolished because the budget for building a replacement had already been provided in document budgeting; c. reserved for civil servants; d. destined for the public interest;

26 e. State-controlled based on a court decision which has acquired permanent legal force and/or upon conditions militate-invitation, which retained ownership if the status is not feasible economically. (3) Pemindahtanganan the goods belong to the area of land and/or buildings as referred to in paragraph (2) are defined by the decision of the Governor. Article 67 Pemindahtanganan area in addition to possession of land and/or buildings that are worth up to Rp. RP 5 billion (five billion rupiah) performed by the provider of the goods after obtaining the approval of the Governor. The second part of the sale of article 68 (1) the sale of goods belonging to the area carried out with consideration: a. for optimization of goods belonging to the excess or idle areas; b. the economically more favourable for the region when sold; c. as the implementation of the provisions of legislation. (2) sale of goods belonging to the area of the auction is carried out, except in certain things. (3) the exception referred to in paragraph (2) includes the following: a. the goods belong to a special area; b. goods belonging to other areas further defined by the Manager. (4) the procedures for the sale of goods belonging to the area referred to in subsection (3) are governed further by Regulation of the Governor. Paragraph 1 of article 69 Service vehicle sales following Vehicles can be sold consist of: a. the individual Vehicle service; b. operational service Vehicles. Article 70 (1) of the following individual Vehicles used by State officials which was 5 (five) years or more, could be sold for 1 (one) unit of the concerned officer after his term expired in accordance with the provisions of the laws-invitation. (2) the opportunity to buy a vehicle referred to in subsection (1) only one (1) times, unless it has grace period 10 (ten) years.

27 (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. Article 71 (1) vehicle sales operations department consists of: a. Vehicle operational service Office; b. Special operational service Vehicles/field; (2) the Office of operations of the Office of Vehicle referred to in subsection (1), letter a a 5 (five) years or more because of damaged and/or inefficient for purposes of service can be sold. (3) the opportunity to buy a vehicle referred to in subsection (1) only one (1) times, unless it has grace period 10 (ten) years. Article 72 special operational service Vehicles/field sebagaiman referred to in article 71 paragraph (1) letter b who have 10 (ten) years or more because of corrupt or inefficient for Department purposes can be sold. Article 73 (1) individual vehicle sales department to State officials as referred to in article 70 and the auction or sale of vehicles operational service as referred to in article 71, implemented through an auction limited to those specified by decision of the Governor. (2) sales and/or removal of the vehicle service as stipulated in article 72 implemented through public auction or auctions limited. (3) the results of the sale/auction as stipulated in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) fully remitted to the Public Coffers. Article 74 (1) vehicle sales as referred to in article 73 paragraph (1), carried out after removal from the list of Inventory Items belong to the region. (2) Deletion from the list of inventory defined by decision of the Governor after the sales price of the vehicle in question has been settled. (3) payment of the sales price of individual vehicles and vehicle service department operations office was carried out not more than 5 (five) years. (4) payment of the auction price of the special operating agency vehicles/field was carried out at once. Article 75 (1) individual Vehicle service and vehicle operational service during the vehicle has not been repaid, it still belongs to the local government and may not be transferable.

28 (2) as long as the vehicle has not been repaid and is still used for the interests of the service, repair and maintenance costs are borne by the buyer. (3) for those who can not meet its sebagaiman referred to in paragraph (1), 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. Article 76 operational service vehicle sales Terms are governed more by Regulation of the Governor. Paragraph 2 Waiver of land and/or buildings with Indemnification of article 77 (1) Pemindahtanganan the goods belong to the area of land or a building and through the release of rights with compensation, can be processed with consideration of the benefit of the region. (2) the calculation of the estimated value of the land and/or building referred to in subsection (1), having regard to the Value of the tax Object and/or the price of local public conducted by the Committee established by decision Penaksir the Governor or can be done by a certified independent agencies in the field of assessment of assets. (3) the process of release of land rights and/or building referred to in subsection (1), performed with the auction/tender. Article 78 (1) the provisions as referred to in article 77 does not apply to the release of land rights for kavling housing civil servants. (2) release of land rights Policy kavling for civil servants are assigned by the Governor. Article 79 Pelapasan land rights and deletion from the list of Inventory items belong to the area specified by a decision of the Governor after the sales prices of land and/or the building is paid off. Paragraph 3 of the sale of goods belonging to the Region in addition to soil and/or building Article 80 (1) sale of goods belonging to the areas other than the land and/or buildings held by the Manager after the approval of the Governor.

29 (2) sale of goods belonging to the area referred to in subsection (1), is done with the following conditions: a. the user submits the proposal to the Sales Manager; b. the maintainer of researching and reviewing sales proposal submitted by the user in accordance with those powers; c. the manager publishes a decision to approve or not approve the proposed sale filed by users within the limits of those powers; and d. for sale that require the approval of the regional House of representatives Gubernuratau, Manager of the sales proposal put forth accompanied by consideration over the proposal in question. (3) issuance of the approval of the execution of the sale by a Manager for the sale referred to in subsection (2) the letter d, carried out after approval Gubernuratau the regional House of representatives; (4) the results of the sale of goods belonging to the Cash deposited to the General area of the region. The third part Exchange Article 81 (1) exchange of goods belonging to the area carried out with consideration: a. to meet the operational needs of the Organization of the Government; b. for optimization of goods belonging to the region; 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; b. Intergovernmental Areas; c. regional-owned enterprises or other government-owned legal entity; d. private. Article 82 (1) exchange of goods belonging to the regions can be either: a. the land and/or buildings that have been submitted to the Governor; b. land and/or buildings are still used for the basic tasks and functions of the users of the goods but does not correspond to the spatial arrangement of the region or the city; c. goods belonging to the region in addition to the of land and/or buildings. (2) the determination of the goods belonging to the area of land and/or buildings that will be exchanged as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a is done by the Governor in accordance with the limits of those powers.


30 (3) Exchange as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a and b are implemented by the provider of the goods after obtaining the approval of the Governor. (4) Exchange as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c is carried out by the user of the goods after obtaining the approval of the Manager of goods Article 83 (1) exchange of goods belonging to the area referred to in Article 82 paragraph (1) letter a and b are implemented with the following conditions: a. goods Manager filed a land swap proposal and/or building to the Governor accompanied reasons/consideration, and completeness of data; b. Governor 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 in accordance of legislation, the Governor may consider to approve and assign land and/or buildings that will be required; d. Exchange of land and/or buildings is carried out through the approval process with based on the provisions of article 67 paragraph (1); e. goods Manager implementing the Exchange with the Governor's approval is based on; f. implementation of the handover of the goods removed and a replacement had to be poured in the handover Events News Items (2) to exchange the goods belong to the areas referred to in Article 82 paragraph (2) Letter c is implemented with the following conditions: a. the user submits a proposal to the provider of the goods the goods accompanied reasons/consideration, the completeness of the data, and the results of the study of Internal Agency Team User goods; b. goods Manager research and examines the reasons/consideration of the technical aspects, economical and juridical; c. If qualified according regulations goods Manager may consider appropriate to agree to limit those powers; d. User goods carry out exchange with based on the consent of the provider of the goods; e. 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.

the fourth Part 31 Grants Article 84 (1) grants the goods belonging to the area carried out with consideration for interests of a. social; b. religious; c. humanitarian; and d. the Organization of local governance. (2) the grant referred to in subsection (1), should be qualified as follows: a. is not the stuff of State secrets; b. is not a goods which controlled his life many people; c. not used anymore in basic tasks and functions in the Organization of local governance. Article 85 Grants possession of areas such as: a. land and/or buildings that have been handed over by the head of the unit of work devices area to the Governor; b. land and/or buildings from the beginning of the pengadaannya is planned to be granted; c. in addition to land and/or buildings that have been handed over by the head of the SEGWAY to the Governor through the Manager; d. in addition to soil and/or buildings from the beginning of the pengadaanya is planned to be granted. Article 86 (1) grants referred to in Article 85 a, established by decision of the Governor after the approval of PARLIAMENT, except the land and/or buildings as referred to in article 66 paragraph (2). (2) grants referred to in Article 84 the letter b, established by decision of the Governor. (3) grants referred to in Article 84 of the letter c, which is worth over Rp 5,000, 000.000 RP (five billion dollars) set by the Governor's Decision after obtaining the consent of PARLIAMENT. (4) the grants referred to in Article 84 the letter d is carried out by the user having obtained the approval of the Manager.

the fifth section of the 32 local government Capital Participation of article 87 (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 that is owned by the Government and the private sector. (2) possession of the areas that serve as regional capital participation as referred to in paragraph (1), established by the Governor after obtaining the approval of the House of representatives of the region. (3) Capital Investment of local government established by local regulations. CHAPTER XIII of the CONSTRUCTION, control and SUPERVISION Article 88 (1) Coaching against the orderly management of belongings pelaksanan areas is done in accordance with the legislation. (2) the Governor controlling the management of belongings of the region. (3) the user of the goods perform monitoring and action against unauthorized use, utilization, maintenance, pemindahtanganan, administering, and securing the goods belong to the area that is under control. (4) the implementation of the monitoring and curbing as referred to in paragraph (3), carried out by the user. (5) users and Power Users can request a functional supervisory authorities to audit the monitoring results and follow-up action as referred to in paragraph (3) and subsection (4). (6) users and Power Users to follow up on audit results of the Goods referred to in subsection (5) in accordance with the Laws-invitation. Article 89 (1) the provider of the goods is authorized to perform the monitoring and investigation of the implementation of the usage, utilization, and pemindahtanganan the goods belong to the region, in order to curbing usage, utilization, and pemindahtanganan the goods in accordance with regional Laws-invitation. (2) as a follow-up as mentioned in subsection (1), the provider of the goods may request the functional supervisory authorities to audit the implementation of usage, utilization, and pemindahtanganan the goods belonging to the area.

33 (3) results of the audit referred to in subsection (2) is submitted to the provider of the actionable items to fit conditions militate-invitation. CHAPTER XIV FINANCING Article 90 (1) in the implementation of the orderly administration of the management of the property areas, provided the budget is charged to the income and Expenditure Budget of the region. (2) Officials/employees who carry out the management of goods belonging to income-generating areas and reception areas, given the incentives. (3) the storage of goods and goods in carrying out the tasks administrators are given a special allowance adjustment tailored to regional financial capability and set with the decision of the Governor. CHAPTER XV DEMANDS COMPENSATION Article 91 (1) any loss due to negligence, misuse of areas/legal violations over the management of the Goods belonging to the Region resolved through demands for compensation. (2) every party that resulted in the loss of areas as referred to in paragraph (1) may be subject to administrative sanctions and/or criminal sanctions in accordance with the legislation. (3) Ordinances demands damages area arranged with local regulations. CHAPTER XVI TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 92 (1) of goods belonging to the area that had existed before the enactment of the regulations in this Area and completed an inventory of required documents ownership. (2) the completion of the dokomen ownership as intended in paragraph (1), implemented by the user and/or Power Manager.

34 CHAPTER the CONCLUDING PROVISIONS of article XVII 93 at the time of the enactment of the regulations in this Area, then the Regulatory region number 53 in 2002 about the guidelines of the regional Goods Management, revoked and declared inapplicable. Article 94 of the regulation of this area comes into force on the date specified so that everyone can know it, ordered the enactment of regulations in this Area with its placement in Regional Banten Province Sheet Set in Attack on December 30, 2008 the GOVERNOR of BANTEN RATU RATU ATUT CHOSIYAH Enacted in Attack on December 30, 2008 SECRETARY of the REGION of BANTEN, BANTEN PROVINCE AREA SHEET MUHADI of 2008 number 17 Ttd Ttd


EXPLANATION on the DRAFT REGULATION 35 region number: 17 in 2008 ABOUT the MANAGEMENT of GOODS BELONGING to the AREA of i. General to ensure the implementation of the orderly administration and orderly management of goods belonging to the region required equality of perception and the steps are an integral and thorough than the corresponding elements in the management of goods belonging to the area. Management of goods belonging to the area of sebagimana are set in the Government Regulation number 6 in 2006 about the management of the Property area as modified by the Government Regulation Number 38 in 2008 about the changes to the Government Regulation number 6 in 2006 about the management of Goods belonging to the area and the regulation of the Minister of Home Affairs number 17 in 2007 about the technical guidelines management of Goods belonging to the Region, set about managing items belonging to an area that includes the perencaaan needs , budgeting, procurement, deployment, utilization, security and maintenance, assessment, removal, pemindahtanganan, administering, coaching, supervision and control. Management of goods in this area belong to the Governor as the holder of the power of regional authorities and possession is responsible for the construction and implementation of the goods belonging to the area. The management of the property area is implemented on the basis of azaz functional, transparent legal certainty and openness, accountability and efficiency assurance of value. Basically owned the area owned area that is pendanaanya sourced from income and budget shopping area is one of the essential elements in implementing regional development, and then stuff the area need to be managed in an orderly so that utilized optimally. in order to support the Organization of the autonomous region as well as socially responsible goods by users and the area. For local government, the existence of the assets came under the Dominion of a work unit manager or practically requires an understanding of the respective heads of work units on how the user assets properly and correctly in accordance with the provisions of the guidelines or the asset management area. The assets Area is a treasure of the area, indicating the wealth of the region and the potential of an area. The core of the asset inventory asset control area is an area for menjungjung data assets, for that asset needs to be in a well run value will menjungjung the smooth running of the activity financial operations and regions with a good management it will be invenstor interest to cooperate for the sake of progress in development.

36 II. The SAKE ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1 article 2 is quite clear what is meant by: a. principles of functional, i.e. decision making and problem solving in the field of the management of goods belonging to the area administered by the power users, users of goods goods, goods Manager and head of Region function, appropriate wewenangdan the responsibility of each; b. the principle of certainty of law, namely the management of goods belonging to the area should be implemented based on the law and laws-an invitation; c. the principle of transparency and openness, namely organizing the management of goods belonging to the area should be transparent to the public rights in obtaining the correct information; d. the principle of efficiency, i.e. the management of goods belonging to the region directed so that goods belonging to the area used according to standard limitations needs required in order to support the Organization of basic tasks and functions of Government optimally; e. the principle of accountability, namely any activity management of goods belonging to the region must be accountable to the people; f. the principle of certainty of value, i.e. the management of goods belonging to the region should be supported by the precision of the number and value of the goods in order to optimize the utilization and pemindahtanganan areas as well as the preparation of the possession balance of local governments. Article 3 sufficiently clear article 4 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear article 5 sufficiently clear article 6 letter a pretty clear 37 letter b quite clearly the letter c quite clearly the letter d is a set of implementation follow up Gubernatorial approval is administratively quite plainly the letter e letter f is quite clear article 7 Quite obviously article 8 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) of article 9 is quite clear a clear enough the letter b is quite clear the letter c The Inventory is an activity to perform logging, recording and reporting of the results of the data collection items belong to the region. The letter d is quite Obviously the letter e is quite Obviously the letter f is quite clear the letter g is quite Obviously the letter h is quite clear i clear enough Letters 38 article 10 article 11 is pretty clear pretty obvious article 12 Article 13 is quite clear clear enough Article 14 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear Article 15 paragraph (1) is the availability of the goods belonging to the existing area is the possession of areas either in user or item Manager goods. paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) referred needs Planning includes planning the procurement needs and planning the maintenance needs of goods belonging to the area. subsection (4) is quite clear verses (5) sufficiently clear article 16 Article 17 39 quite clearly what is meant by principles: a. procurement of goods Efficiently, means should be sought by using limited resources and funds to achieve the targets set out in the shortest time-in a nutshell and can be accounted for; b. effective, means of procurement of goods must comply with the specified requirements and can deliver the benefits of – a magnitude in accordance with targets set; c. transparent, meaning all the provisions and information regarding complaints of goods, including the terms of the technical administration of the procurement, the procedures for the evaluation, the results of the evaluation, determination of prospective providers of goods, its nature is open to participants interested suppliers as well as for the wider community at large; d. Open means the procurement of goods should be open to suppliers who meet the requirements. e. Compete means is done through a healthy competition among providers of goods equivalent and qualified/certain criteria based on the provisions and procedures are clear and transparent; f. Fair/not discriminatory, it means giving equal treatment for all potential providers of goods and do not lead to give an advantage to a particular party, and the manner or for any reason; g. Accountable, means must achieve good physical, financial or benefit for smooth execution of public tasks of Government and community service in accordance with the principles and provisions that apply in procurement of goods/services. Article 18 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear article 19 article 20 Paragraph is quite clear (1) quite clearly 40 paragraph (2) sufficiently clear Article 9 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) is quite clear section 22 subsection (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear Article 11 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear Article 24 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear Article 25 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) of paragraph (pretty obvious 3) sufficiently clear paragraph (4) is quite clear Verses (5) sufficiently clear 41 Article 26 subsection (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear article 27 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) of article 28 Paragraph is quite clear (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) of article 29 Paragraph is quite clear (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear article 30 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear article 31 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) is quite clear Paragraph (3) is quite clear 42 subsection (4) is quite clear Verses (5) sufficiently clear paragraph (6) is quite clear paragraph (7) is quite clear Article 32 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear Article 33 Article 34 is quite clear clear enough Article 35 paragraph (1) does support the interests of the Organization of the basic tasks and functions are for the benefit of activities in the Office environment , such as the canteen, co-operative banks, facilities, function room/Hall, paragraph (2) the utilization of goods belonging to the area for the benefit of the Organization of local government tasks performed by the provider of the goods in order to increase acceptance of the region as a source of income of the area which is part of the implementation of the General Treasurer function area paragraph (3) in addition to the area of possession of land and/or buildings into the scope of this utilization is owned area that is not already in use by the user of the goods to organise or support the auth establishments concerned 43 subsection (4) Technical Considerations as referred to in this paragraph, among others the condition/State owned areas and plan the use of the/designation. Article 36 Article 37 Paragraph is quite clear (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear paragraph (4) is quite clear Verses (5) sufficiently clear paragraph (6) is quite clear Article 38 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear paragraph (4) is quite clear Verses (5) sufficiently clear Article 39 article 40 Paragraph is quite clear (1) quite clear 44 paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear Article 41 Paragraph (2) letter a fairly obvious Letters b includes goods belong to the area that is special among other items that have certain specifications in accordance with the prevailing regulations. The letter c quite clearly the letter d is quite clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear paragraph (4) is quite clear Verses (5) sufficiently clear paragraph (6) is pretty Obviously Article 42 paragraph (1) letter a Specification of buildings and facilities on the implementation of the wake to the transfers and transfers in order to wake up with the requirements for the Organization of basic tasks and functions. The letter b is quite Obviously the letter c is quite clear


45 subsection (2) sufficiently clear Article 43 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) letter a quite clear the letter b is quite clear the letter c is the object of delivery in order to wake up and wake up to the transfers in this provision is the land with buildings and the following means or facilities. Paragraph (3) sufficiently clear paragraph (4) is quite clear Verses (5) sufficiently clear Article 44 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear paragraph (4) is quite clear Verses (5) sufficiently clear Article 45 Article 46 is pretty clear pretty obvious Article 47 paragraph (1) is quite clear 46 paragraph (2) of article 48 is pretty clear pretty obvious Article 49 paragraph (1) is disertifikatkan on behalf of local government is the issuance of a certificate of entitlement to land belonging to the local governments directly over the the name of the local government. Furthermore, the Governor issued the letter of determination of the status of the use of land to each user of the goods/power user stuff as the basis for the use of the land. Land rights that can be published in the form of rights that are defined on the basis of regulation perundangundangan. Paragraph (2) sufficiently clear article 50 Pengasuransian owned area adapted to the needs and financial capabilities of the region. Goods belonging to the insured goods are areas belonging to local governments that have a high degree of risk to the possibility of losses and that its utilization expected to last long. Article 51 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear Article 52 Article 53 Paragraph is quite clear (1) the definition of maintenance is a set of activities to maintain and improve the condition of all goods belonging to the area in order to be always in good shape and ready for use in Sepik and successful action. Paragraph (2) Lists the maintenance Needs of goods is part of the list of Goods belonging to the Needs of the region.

47 subsection (3) is quite clear Article 54 paragraph (1) is periodically is every six months/per semester. Paragraph (2) sufficiently clear Article 55 paragraph (1) of the historical Stuff that has been established by decision of the Governor as the area, maintained by the local government, 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 stuff. Subsection (2) is the other sources that passed was the help of the Central Government, compensation or participation/other assistance that is not binding. Article 56 Article 57 Clearly Enough sufficiently clear Article 58 paragraph (1) is the independent assessor is a Certified appraisers in the valuation of assets, issued by the competent authority. Paragraph (2) sufficiently clear Article 59 paragraph (1) is the team is penaksir price of elemental Committee composed of relevant agencies. What is meant by independent appraisers certified appraiser is specialized in valuations of assets, issued by the competent authority. Paragraph (2) of article 48 60 sufficiently clear paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear Article 61 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear Article 62 paragraph (1) of the goods belonging to the region already are not in user mastery items and/or power user stuff because:  submission to the provider of the goods;  pengalihgunaan possession of areas other than the land and/or buildings to users of other goods;  pemindahtanganan of goods belonging to the region in addition to soil and/or building to another party;  the destruction;  other causes among other things because of a lost, stolen, burned, shrink, evaporate, melt subsection (2) is the beralihnya ownership is due upon possession of areas is meant has happened pemindahtanganan or in order to execute the Court ruling which has acquired permanent legal force and had no other legal efforts. Is due to other causes among other things is because of lost, stolen, burned, shrink, evaporate, melt. Paragraph (3) sufficiently clear paragraph (4) sufficiently clear Article 63 clause (1) quite clear 49 paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear Article 64 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear Article 65 Article 66 Paragraph is quite clear (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) letter a  incompatible with spatial territory means at the location of the land and/or buildings belonging to the area in question occurring changes in designation and/or function of the area of the region , for example from the allocation area office into a commercial area.  do not comply with the arrangement of the city means land and/or buildings belong to the areas in question were necessary adjustments, which result in changes of land and/or buildings. The letter b Which abolished is building that stood on top of the soil to be cut down then established new buildings above the ground (reconstruction) in accordance with the allocation of a budget that had been provided in document budgeting. The letter c is a land and/or buildings reserved for civil servants was:  land and/or buildings, which is the home country of the category III.  land is land which according to initial planning kavling pengadaannya housing development for civil servants.

the 50 d is meant with common interests are activities that concern the interests of the nation and the State, the public at large, many people/with, and/or the interests of development. The category of fields of activity including public interest, among others, as follows:  public roads, highways, railroads, waterways to drink/clean water and/or sewer water;  reservoirs, dams and other waterworks buildings including irrigation channels;  public hospitals and community health centers;  the port or the airport, railway station or terminal;  worship;  educational or school;  the common market;  public funeral facilities;  public safety facilities such as, among others, the embankment flood hazard mitigation, lava and other disasters;  post and telecommunications;  sports facility;  broadcasting station radio, television and the support facilities for the public broadcasters;  Office of the Government, local authorities, representatives of foreign countries, the United Nations, international institutions under the auspices of the United Nations;  facilities Indonesia national army and police force of the Republic of Indonesia in accordance with the basic tasks and functions;  flats is simple;  landfills;  nature reserve and cultural heritage;  landscaper;  social parlors;  generation, transmission, distribution of electric power.

51 letter e the goods belong to the area that is defined as the implementation of legislation because of the Court decision or foreclosure, it can be transferable without requiring the consent of PARLIAMENT. Paragraph (3) sufficiently clear Article 67 Article 68 Paragraph is quite clear (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) of the auction was the sale of goods belonging to the region before the auction officials. Paragraph (2) letter a possession that included a special area is the stuff that is specifically regulated in accordance with the applicable legislation; for example, the home area of the III that was sold to the occupants of the vehicle, and the individual service area that officials sold to regional officials. The letter b is quite clear paragraph (4) of article 69 is quite clear is the individual agency vehicles are vehicles used by Regional Officials (Governor and the Deputy Governor). Operational Service and vehicle is a vehicle used by Regional Officials and vehicles used in the support organization of the Government. Article 70 paragraph (1) is quite clear 52 subsection (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear Article 71 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) vehicle sales department with the following conditions:  implementation of sales made through public auction and/or auction is limited;  Public Auction conducted through the auction of State Office;  limited Auction conducted by the limited auction Committee established by decision of the Governor;  Auctions limited operational service vehicles against can be followed by Officials/civil servants who have had work period of 10 (ten) years with priority of officials/employees will be entering retirement and official/employee of the holder of the vehicle. Paragraph (3) of article 72 is pretty clear Understanding can be sold, depending on the availability of replacement so as not to interfere with the smooth running of the task. Article 73 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear Article 74 paragraph (1) is quite clear 53 paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear paragraph (4) sufficiently clear Chapter 75 Verse (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear Article 76 Article 77 Paragraph is quite clear (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear Article 78 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear Article 79 Article quite clear 80 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) is quite clear 54 paragraph (3) sufficiently clear paragraph (4) sufficiently clear Article 81 paragraph (1) the definition of swap is a swap that is when local governments are unable to provide the land and/or building a replacement. Paragraph (2) letter a quite clear the letter b is quite clear the letter c quite clearly the letter d is the private parties are private parties either in the form of a legal entity or an individual. Article 82 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) is the appropriate limits of authority is as referred to in article 46 up to Article 67 of the regulation in this area. Paragraph (3) sufficiently clear paragraph (4) sufficiently clear Article 83 Para (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) letter a quite clear the letter b is quite clear


55 Letter c is the appropriate limits of authority in the present article is, as referred to in article 68 of the regulation area is quite obviously the letter d letter e fairly obvious Article 84 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear Article 85 Article 86 Paragraph is quite clear (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear paragraph (4) sufficiently clear Article 87 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) of article 88 Paragraph is quite clear (1) Quite clearly the verse (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) is quite clear 56 subsection (4) is quite clear Verses (5) sufficiently clear paragraph (6) is quite clear Article 89 paragraph (1) referred to the investigation is an investigation by noted or recorded facts, conduct a review with the aim of obtaining answers to questions (events) associated with the use, utilization, and pemindahtanganan the goods belonging to the area. Paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear Article 90 Para (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) of article 91 Paragraph is quite clear (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear paragraph (3) sufficiently clear Article 92 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) of article 93 57 clear enough sufficiently clear Article 94 ADDITIONAL SHEET quite clearly the AREA of BANTEN PROVINCE NUMBER 21