Government Regulation Number 34 In 2002

Original Language Title: Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor 34 Tahun 2002

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Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 66, 2002 (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia 4206) GOVERNMENT REGULATION of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA NUMBER 34 in 2002 ABOUT the GRAMMAR of FORESTS and FOREST MANAGEMENT PLAN DRAFTING, the utilization of the FOREST and USE of FOREST AREA the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, Considering: that, in the framework of the implementation of chapter V, and Chapter VII and XV chapter of Act No. 41 of 1999 on Forestry , then it needs to be issued Government regulations on Forest Governance and the preparation of forest management Plans, the utilization of the forest and use of forest area.
.,, Considering: 1. Article 5 paragraph (2) and article 33 paragraph (3) of the Constitution of 1945 as amended by the third change of the Constitution of 1945;
., ,2. Act No. 5 of 1960 concerning the basic regulation of the Agrarian issues (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 104 in 1960, an additional State Gazette Number 2034);
., ,3. Act No. 5 of 1990 concerning conservation of natural resources, the ecosystem and Biodiversity (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 49 in 1990, State Gazette Supplementary omor 3419);
., ,4. Act No. 24 of 1992 concerning Spatial (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 115 in 1992, an additional Sheet country number 3501);
., ,5. Act No. 23 of 1997 on environmental management (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 68 in 1997, additional State Gazette Number 3674);
., ,6. Act No. 22 of 1999 on local governance (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 1999 Number 60, State Gazette Supplementary Number 3839);
., ,7. Act No. 41 of 1999 on Forestry (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 167 in 1999, an additional Sheet country number 3888);
., ,8. Act No. 18 of 2001 on special autonomy for the province of Aceh As the province of Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam (State agencies of the Republic of Indonesia Number 114 in 2001, additional State Gazette Number 12468);
., ,9. Act No. 21 of 2001 on special autonomy For Papua Province (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 135 in 2001, additional State Gazette Number 4151).
DECIDED:.,, set: GOVERNMENT REGULATION of FOREST GOVERNANCE and the PREPARATION of FOREST MANAGEMENT PLANS, the utilization of the FOREST and USE of FOREST AREA.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Government Regulation is:.,, 1. Grammar of the forest is a forest management unit architecture, covering the classification of forest resources in accordance with the type of ecosystems and the potential contained in it with the aim to obtain the maximum benefits for the people sustainably.
., ,2. Utilization of forest utilization activities was a form of forest area, the utilization of environmental services, the utilization of forest products and wood instead of wood as well as the voting results of the wood and not the wood, optimally, justice for the welfare of society while maintaining preserved.
., ,3. The utilization of the area on a protected forest is a business form using the area on a protected forest by not reducing the main function.
., ,4. The utilization of the area in production forests is a form of business to take advantage of the growing space so obtained environmental benefits, social benefits and optimal economic benefits by not reducing the principal functions of the forest.
., ,5. Utilization of environmental services in protected forest is a form of business to exploit the potential of environmental services by not destroying the environment and reduce the main function.
., ,6. Utilization of environmental services in forest production is a form of business to exploit the potential of environmental services by not destroying the environment and reduce the principal functions of the forest.
., ,7. The utilization of forest products timber is any form of business which utilizes and strive with timber forest products does not destroy the environment and does not reduce the principal functions of the forest.
., ,8. Utilization of non timber forest products are all forms of business that utilizes and strive with non timber forest products does not destroy the environment and does not reduce the principal functions of the forest.
., ,9. The voting results of forest wood and wood is or is not any form of activities to take the form of wood and forest products or not wood with no damage to the environment and does not reduce the principal functions of the forest.
., .10. Forest utilization permit is a permit issued by the competent authority which comprises the area of the utilization of business license, business license utilization of environmental services, business license utilization of forest products and wood or not wood, and permission vote of wood and forest products or not wood in the forest area.
.,, 11. Business license utilization area is the business license utilizing the protected forest in the area and or forest production.
., 12. Business license utilization of environmental services is a business license utilizing the environment on protected forest and the production forest or.
., 13. Business license utilization of wood and forest products or not is natural forest wood on the permission to utilize the forest production activities consist of harvesting or felling, planting, maintenance, security, processing and marketing of forest products, wood and wood or not.
.,, 14. Business license utilization of forest products timber and wood or not on Woods plant is permission to utilize the forest production activities consisted of the preparation of the land, perbenihan or nurseries, planting, maintenance, security, logging or harvesting, processing and marketing of forest products, wood and wood or not.
., 15. Permission vote of wood forest products is a permission to do the taking of timber forest products include harvesting, transporting, processing and marketing to a specific time period and a specified volume in forest production.
.,,16. Permission vote of non timber forest products is the permission with all forms of activities to take non timber forest products include rattan, honey, fruit, gum-getahan, plant drugs and so forth in the protected forest and the production forest or.
., General Agreement. Business license utilization of forests composed of area utilization of business license, business license utilization of environmental services, business license harvesting forest wood and not wood.
., 18. The use of the forest area is an activity of the use of forest areas for the development of the outside activities of forestry without changing the status and functions of the principal forest area.
.,, 19. Affidavits Legitimately forest products (SKSHH) is a document that States legitimately transport, mastery and possession of forest products, as evidence over the legality of forest products given the appointed officials.
.,, 06. Defined contribution business license utilization of forest (IIUPH) is a levy imposed on the holder of the business license of forest utilization of a particular forest area, which is done once at the time such permission was given.
.,,21. The provision of forest resources (PSDH) is a levy imposed in lieu of the intrinsic value of forest products that are withheld from the State forest.
., .22. Reforestation Fund (DR) is withheld funds from the business license holder of the utilization of forest products from natural forests in the form of wood, used in the course of reforestation, rehabilitation and forest activities of his supporters.
.,,23. The individual is the person a member of the local community who ably acted according to the law and citizens of the Republic of Indonesia.
., .24. The cooperative is a business entity that consists of a person or legal entity of cooperatives with underpinning its activities based on the principles of the cooperative movement as well as the people's economy which is based on the principle of family 25. Primary forest products timber industry is processing wood round and wood raw material or flakes into intermediate goods or finished goods.
.,, 26. The primary industry of non timber forest products is the processing of non timber forest products become intermediate goods or finished goods.
.,,27. The Minister is the Minister delegated tasks and responsibility in the field of forestry.
Article 2, (1) the grammar of forests and forest management plan drafting, the utilization of the forest and use of forest area is part of the forest management activities.
.,, (2) activities of forest governance and the preparation of forest management plans, the utilization of the forest and use of forest areas as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out in the area of forest in the form of units or the unity of the conservation forest management (KPHK), Unit or the unity of management of protected forest (KPHL), and units of Production forest management or Unity (KPHP).
Section 3., Tata, (1) preparation of forest and forest management plan, the utilization of the forest and use of forest areas as referred to in article 2 to the authority or the Government and the local government.
.,, (2) forest governance Activities and the preparation of forest management plans as well as the utilization of the forest and use of forest area referred to in subsection (2) on the areas and specific activities, or to be assigned by the Government to the State-owned enterprises (SOEs) engaged in the field of forestry.
Section 4.,, (1) in order to research, development, education and training in forestry, religion and culture, the Minister establishes the layout of forest and forest management plan drafting, the utilization of the forest and use of forest area with a special purpose.
.,, (2) Forest Governance and the preparation of forest management plans, the utilization of the forest and use of forest area with special purpose referred to in subsection (1) for the activities:.,,.,, a. research and development can be given to institutions that carry out research and development activities;
.,, b. training and education can be given to institutions that carry out education and training activities;
.,, c. religion and culture can be given to institutions that carry out the cultural and religious activities.

.,, (3) Forest Governance and the preparation of forest management plans, the utilization of the forest and use of forest area with special purpose referred to in subsection (2) is designated by the Minister.
.,, (4) the provisions of the governance of forests and forest management plan drafting, the utilization of the forest and use of forest area with special purpose referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) subject to the decision of the Minister.
CHAPTER II PLAN of DRAFTING GOVERNANCE of FORESTS and FOREST MANAGEMENT is considered part of the grammar of the Woods article 5 Paragraph 1 Public.,, (1) the implementation of the governance of forests as referred to in article 2, are performed on each unit of forest management on all forest areas. (2) forest area referred to in subsection (1) include the following:.,, a. forest conservation;

b. protected forest; and c. the production forest.
Paragraph 2 of Forest Conservation Forests on Layout article 6 Forest conservation as stipulated in article 5 paragraph (2) letter a, consisting of: a. the nature sanctuary forest area;

b. forest area preservation of nature; and c. the garden up.

Chapter 7.,, (1) Tata forest on forest area natural asylum as stipulated in article 6 letter a consists of:.,, a. tata forest nature reserve; and b. tata forest wildlife.
.,, (2) Governance of the forest nature reserves as referred to in paragraph (1) letter a, contains activities:.,, a. determination of the boundaries of the area laid out;

b. inventory and identification of potential areas and conditions;., c. inventory and identification of problems in the region and the surrounding area; d. perisalahan forest; and e. measurement and mapping.
.,, (3) the grammar of forest wildlife referred to in subsection (1) letter b, in addition to the load of the activities referred to in paragraph (2), also contains:.,, a. Division of the area into the blocks; and b. construction signs-block limit.
Article 8.,, (1) Tata forest on forest area conservation as stipulated in article 6 letter b, consisting of:.,, a. national parks;

b. Forest Garden Kingdom; and c. the garden of nature tourism.
.,, (2) Forest Governance in the area of the National Park referred to in subsection (1) letter a is implemented on each unit, which contains the management activities:.,, a. determination of the boundaries of the area laid out;

b. inventory, identification, and perisalahan condition of the area;

c. data collection on social, economic and cultural in the region and beyond;

d. Division of the area into zones;

e. construction marks the boundaries of the zone; and f. the measurement and mapping.
.,, (3) the Division of the area into zones referred to in paragraph (2) letter d, consisting of:.,, a. core zone;

b. utilization zone; and c. other zones.
Article 9.,, (1) Tata forest on forest park area as referred to in article 8 paragraph (1) letter b held on each unit, which contains the management activities:.,, a. determination of the boundaries of the area laid out;

b. inventory, identification and perisalahan condition of the area;

c. social and cultural data collection in the region and beyond;

d. Division of the area into the blocks;

e. construction of boundary block layout; and f. the measurement and mapping.
.,, (2) the Division of the area into the blocks referred to in subsection (1) consists of the letter d,:.,, a. block utilization;

b. block a collection of plants;

c. a block protection; and d. any other block.
Section 10.,, (1) Tata forest on the Park area nature referred to in article 8 paragraph (2) Letter c is implemented on each unit, which contains the management activities:.,, a. determination of the boundaries of the area laid out;

b. inventory, identification, and perisalahan condition of the area;

c. data collection on social, economic and cultural in the region and beyond;

d. Division of the area into the blocks;

e. construction signs-block boundaries; and f. the measurement and mapping.
.,, (2) the Division of the area into the blocks referred to in subsection (1) consists of the letter d,:.,, a. block of intensive utilization;

b. limited utilization of blocks; and c. other blocks.
Section 11.,, (1) Tata forests on buru grounds referred to in article 6 letter c is implemented on each unit, which contains the management activities:.,, a. determination of the boundaries of the forest that are styled;

b. inventory, identification, and perisalahan condition of the area;

c. data collection on social, economic and cultural in the forest and surrounding area;

d. forest subdivision into blocks;

e. construction signs-block boundaries; and f. the measurement and mapping.
.,, (2) Forest Division into blocks as mentioned in subsection (1) consists of the letter d,:.,, a. block rush;

b. block utilization;

c. a block development of wildlife; and d. any other block.
Paragraph 3 of forest Governance in protected forest article 12.,, (1) Forest Governance in protected forest as referred to in article 5 paragraph (2) letter b held on each unit, which contains the management activities:.,, a. determination of the boundaries of the forest that are styled;

b. inventory, identification, and perisalahan condition of forest areas;

c. data collection on social, economic and cultural in the forest and surrounding area;

d. forest subdivision into blocks;

e. registration; and f. the measurement and mapping.
.,, (2) Forest Division into blocks as mentioned in subsection (1) consists of the letter d,:.,, a. blocks protection;

b. block utilization; and c. other blocks.
Paragraph 4 Tata forest on Forest Production Article 13.,, (1) Tata forest on forest production as referred to in article 5 paragraph (2) Letter c contains activities:.,, a. determination of the boundaries of the forest that are styled;

b. forest condition and potential inventory includes:., 1., type, and potential spread of flora;

2. type, population and habitats fauna;., 3. the design of the routes of the boundary area and limits in the forest area, and the design limits of the enclave; 4. the social, economic, cultural community;

5. the status, use, closure of land;

6. type of soil, the kelerengan field or the topography;

7. climate;

8. human resources (demographics);

9. State of hydrology, landscapes and the natural symptoms. c. perisalahan forest;

d. Division of forests into plots and blocks;

e. construction signs-block boundaries and compartments;

f. opening area and means of management;

g. registration; and h. the measurement and mapping.
.,, (2) Division of the block into pieces of work referred to in subsection (1), having regard to the letter d on:.,, a. area;

b. the potential for forest products; and c. the suitability of ecosystems.
The second part is the preparation of forest management Plans, clause 14, (1) based on the results of forest governance in each unit or Union of forest management as referred to in article 8 to article 13 of the forest management plan was drawn up having regard to the aspirations, participation and cultural values of the community as well as environmental conditions.
.,, (2) preparation of forest management plans referred to in subsection (1) include the following:.,,.,, a. a long-term forest management plan that contains the macro events on a plan of guidelines, directives and basics of forest management to achieve forest management in the period of 20 (twenty) years, drawn up by the responsible agencies in the field of forestry and is endorsed by the Provincial Minister;
.,, b. medium-term forest management plans contain a plan that contains the elaboration of long-term forest management plans in the period of 5 (five) years, drawn up by the responsible agencies in the field of forestry and is endorsed by the Provincial Minister;
.,, c. short term forest management plans contain detailed operating plan which is a discussion management plan within a period of 1 (one) year compiled by the responsible agencies in the field of forestry and endorsed by the Governor.
.,, (3) forest management plan referred to in paragraph (2) contains the planning, organizing, implementing, evaluation, control, supervision as the basis for forest management activities.
.,, (4) guidelines for the preparation of forest management plans referred to in subsection (2) subject to the decision of the Minister.
CHAPTER III the UTILIZATION of the FOREST is considered Part of the General Article 15.,, (1) utilization of forests as referred to in article 2, aiming to obtain optimal benefits for the welfare of the whole society as fairness while maintaining forest sustainability.
.,, (2) sustainable forest Utilization referred to in subsection (1) is obligated to meet the criteria and indicators of sustainable forest management.
.,, (3) criteria and indicators referred to in paragraph (2) covers aspects of economic, social and ecological.
.,, (4) criteria and indicators referred to in paragraph (3) subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 16 the utilization of forests as referred to in article 15, can be performed on all forest area except at the forest reserves, the core zone and the zone of the jungle on a national park.

The second part of Forest Utilization on Forest Conservation of Forest Utilization article 17 on forest conservation is set in accordance with the legislation in force.

The third part of Forest Utilization on protected forest General Chapter 1 Paragraph 18 (1) utilization of forests in protected forest can be:.,, a. utilization of the area;

b. utilization of environmental services; or c. vote of non timber forest products.
.,, (2) the utilization of the forest in protected forest as referred to in subsection (1) may only be carried out at block utilization.
Paragraph 2 Utilization Area on the Forest protected areas article 19.,, (1) utilization of protected forest in the area referred to in Article 18 paragraph (1) letter a form of any kind of business that use the area by not reducing the primary function of the area. (2) the utilization of the area referred to in subsection (1) include the following:.,, a. cultivation of medicinal plants (herbs);

b. the ornamental plant cultivation;

c. the cultivation of mushrooms;

d. cultivation beekeeping;

e. cultivation captive wildlife; or f. the bird nest swiftlet farming business. (3) in the execution of the utilization of the area on a protected forest should not be:

.,, a. use mechanical equipment and heavy equipment;

b. build permanent facilities and infrastructure; and/or c. disrupts the function of the area.
.,, (4) the cultivation of medicinal plants (herbs), ornamental plants cultivation and mushroom cultivation venture as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a, b, and c, include the seedbed, planting, maintenance, harvesting, processing, and marketing safeguards.
.,, (5) cultivation beekeeping as mentioned in paragraph (2) letter d, covers the activities of manufacture place of honeycomb, maintenance, harvesting, processing, and marketing safeguards.
.,, (6) cultivation of a captive wildlife referred to in paragraph (2) letter e, covers the activities of reproduction and or enlargement of the wildlife.
.,, (7) bird's nest swiftlet farming Business referred to in paragraph (2) letter f activities, including maintenance, harvesting and safeguards as well as marketing.
Paragraph 3 the utilization of environmental services in the protected forest, article 20, (1) utilization of environmental services as stipulated in article 18 paragraph (1) letter b, is a form of business that leverages the potential of environmental services by not destroying the environment and reduce its main function.
.,, (2) in the business of exploiting the potential of environmental services as referred to in paragraph (1) should not build infrastructure that can change the landscape.
.,, (3) utilization of environmental services in protected forest as referred to in paragraph (1), among others, in the form:.,, a. nature tours;

b. sport business challenges;

c. business utilization of water;

d. business trade carbon (carbon trade); or e. forest and environmental rescue efforts.
Paragraph 4 vote of non timber forest products in the Forest a protected Article 21.,, (1) the voting activities of non timber forest products in the protected forest as referred to in article 18 paragraph (2) Letter c, may be exercised by taking non timber forest products that already exist naturally with no damage to the main function of the area.
.,, (2) Eritreans non timber forest products in the forest protected areas referred to in subsection (1), among others, in the form:.,, a. take rattan;

b. take the honey;

c. take fruit and a variety of other forest products; or., d., Hunt wildlife are not protected and implemented traditionally.
.,, (3) prohibited conduct polling Community forest products that are protected by law.
Paragraphs 5 Permits the utilization of Forests in the protected forest, section 22, (1) forest utilization Activities in protected forest as referred to in article 18 paragraph (1) is carried out through the grant of permission.
.,, (2) Permits the utilization of forests in protected forest as referred to in subsection (1) consists of:.,, a. business license utilization on protected forest areas;

b. business license utilization of environmental services in the protected forest;

c. permission vote of non timber forest products in the protected forest.
.,, (3) Permits the utilization of forests in protected forest cannot be provided in the area of the forest that have burdened the permit utilization of the forest.
.,, (4) Permits the utilization of forests in protected forest is not transferable without the written consent of the giver of the consent.
.,, (5) Acreage that has saddled the permit utilization of the forest in protected forest is not any warranty or pledged to others.
Article 23.,, (1) a period of business license utilization on protected forest areas as referred to in article 10 paragraph (2) letter a is given not more than 5 (five) years with a maximum of 50 (fifty) hectares.
.,, (2) a period of business license utilization of environmental services in protected forest as referred to in article 10 paragraph (2) letter b was given the longest 10 (ten) years with a maximum of 1000 (one thousand) hectares.
.,, (3) a period of permission vote of non timber forest products in the protected forest as referred to in article 10 paragraph (2) Letter c is given the longest one (1) year with a provision in the amount, type and a specific location specified in the permit.
Pasal 24.,, (1) the Minister establishes the top treatment engineering business area utilization, utilization of environmental services, and collection of non timber forest products tailored to the location and or type of business.
.,, (2) the determination of the engineering business area utilization over the treatment referred to in subsection (1) is subject to the following:.,, a. don't cut down trees;

b. techniques to cultivate land that does not cause erosion;

c. do not use pesticides and insecticides;

d. do not use mechanical equipment; and e. the activities are not performed at the kelerengan in the top 25%.
.,, (3) the determination of the technical treatment of the efforts the utilization of environmental services as referred to in subsection (1) does not change the landscape and environment and pursues sustainability elements supporting environmental sustainability.
.,, (4) determination of the technical treatment of the efforts of the poll non timber forest products as referred to in subsection (1) is subject to the following:.,, a. don't cut down trees;

b. do not interfere with the sustainability potential of charged; and c. does not use mechanical equipment.
The fourth part of Forest Utilization on Forest production of Common Article 1 Paragraph 25.,, (1) utilization of forests on forest production carried out while maintaining sustainability and improve function anyway. (2) the utilization of forests on forest production can be:.,, a. utilization of the area;

b. utilization of environmental services;

c. utilization of wood forest products;

d. utilization of non timber forest products;

e. voting results of wood; or f. vote of non timber forest products.
Paragraph 2 Utilization Area on the forest Production Article 26.,, (1) utilization of the area in production forests as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (2) letter a, implemented to take advantage of the growing spaces that do not interfere with the function of the subject matter area.
.,, (2) the utilization of the area referred to in subsection (1), among others, in the form:.,, a. cultivation of medicinal plants;

b. the ornamental plant cultivation;

c. food crop cultivation under forest;

d. mushroom cultivation;

e. cultivation beekeeping;

f. cultivation or breeding of animals; or g. bird nest swiftlet farming business.
.,, (3) the cultivation of medicinal plants, ornamental plants, cultivation and cultivation of food crops in production forests as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a, b, and c, covering the activities of the seedbed, planting, maintenance, security, harvesting, processing and marketing.
.,, (4) beekeeping in forest cultivation production referred to in paragraph (2) letter e, covers the activities of manufacture place of honeycomb, maintenance, harvesting and safeguards.
.,, (5) cultivation of a captive wildlife in forest production referred to in paragraph (2) letter f, in the form of duplication of activities and or enlargement of wildlife in forest production.
.,, (6) bird's nest swiftlet farming Businesses in the production forests as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter g, covering the activities of the security, maintenance and harvesting.
Paragraph 3 the utilization of environmental services in Forest Production, article 27, (1) utilization of environmental services in forest production as referred to in article 25 paragraph (2) letter b, is any form of business leverages the potential of environmental services by not damaging to the landscape and the environment.
.,, (2) the utilization of environmental services in forest production as referred to in paragraph (1), among others, in the form:.,, a. nature tours;

b. sport business challenges;

c. business utilization of water;

d. business trade carbon (carbon trade); or e. forest and environmental rescue efforts.
Paragraph 4 utilization of forest products wood and Timber Production Forests Instead of article 28 the utilization of forest products wood and timber production forests are not as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (2) Letter c and d, composed of:.,, a. wood and forest products utilization or not wood in natural forest, also called the effort the utilization of natural forests;
.,, b. business utilization of forest products wood and timber or not forest plants, also called the effort the utilization of forest plants.
Article 29.,, (1) wood forest products utilization Efforts in natural forests as referred to in article 28 a letter covering the activities of logging, hauling, planting, maintenance, safeguarding, processing, and marketing results.
.,, (2) wood forest products utilization Efforts in natural forests, can only be implemented in the area of the forest that has the potential to do wood forest products utilization activities.
.,, (3) the criteria of potential natural forest can do the utilization referred to in subsection (2) are defined by the decision of the Minister.
.,, (4) against the natural forest area that does not meet the criteria of potential for utilization of forest products can be made of wood, carried out rehabilitation.
.,, (5) utilization of non timber forest products in natural forests as referred to in article 28 a, among others can be either business utilization:.,,.,, a., sago Palm, rattan, bamboo, logging activities include permudaan, maintenance, security, processing and marketing results.
., b., SAP, bark, leaf, fruit or seeds, covering the activities of the harvesting, processing, maintenance, marketing results.
.,, (6) further Provisions about businesses harvesting forest wood and wood or not on Woods nature referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2) and paragraph (5) subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 30.,, (1) Business results of utilization of forest wood and wood or not on Woods plant as referred to in article 28 and the letter b include land preparation activities, seedling, planting, maintenance, security, logging or harvesting, processing and marketing results.
., Business, (2) the utilization of forest products wood and timber forests or crops can be:.,, a. plants of its kind; and b. a mixture of various types of plants.
.,, (3) Ventures the utilization of forest products in the forest plants, carried out on empty land, pastures and reeds or undergrowth in the forest production.

.,, (4) further Provisions referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 31 If production forest area against which will be given permits utilization of the forest there are activities of the use of forest areas, the Minister performs coordination with relevant agencies.

Paragraph 5 of the Poll Results on Forest Production Forest Article 32.,, (1) the voting results of forest wood as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (2) letter e is intended to meet the needs of the individual and the public facilities or residents around the forest.
.,, (2) Eritreans non timber forest products as referred to in article 25 paragraph (2) letter f to be traded.
.,, (2) Eritreans non timber forest products in the forest production referred to in paragraph (2) Eritreans, among others, rattan, honey, voting ballots voting fruit or SAP, seeds, leaves, plant collecting ballots under the stands.
.,, (4) vote of non timber forest products as referred to in paragraph (2) for plants and wildlife are regulated in accordance with the legislation in force.
.,, (5) Voting results of forest wood and wood or not in production forests as stipulated in article 25 paragraph (2) letter e and f covers pursuits:.,, a. taking of forest products timber from natural forest; and b. the taking of non timber forest products from natural forests.
.,, (7) further Provisions referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2), subject to the decision of the Minister.
Paragraph 6 Permits the utilization of Forests on Forest Production Article 33.,, (1) forest utilization Activities on forest production as referred to in article 25 paragraph (2) are held through a grant of permission.
.,, (2) Permits the utilization of forests on forest production as referred to in subsection (1) consists of:.,, a. business license utilization area;

b. business license utilization of environmental services;

c. business license utilization of wood forest products;

d. business license utilization of non timber forest products;

e. permission vote of wood forest products; and f. permission vote of non timber forest products.
.,, (3) business license utilization of forest products wood and timber is not referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c and d should not be given on acreage that has burdened business license pemanfatan forest products wood and not the wood or permission vote results of forest wood.
Article 34.,, (1) Permits the utilization of forests on forest production cannot be transferred without the written consent of hand over the giver of the consent.
.,, (2) Permits the utilization of forests on forest production does not constitute a right of ownership of forest area.
.,, (3) the area of the forest that saddled forest utilization permission on forest production can not be used as a guarantee or pledged to others.
.,, (4) plant resulting from the utilization of forest products business license on forest plant is the asset that can be used as collateral all the permit is still valid.
Article 35.,, (1) a period of business license utilization production forest area as referred to in article 33 paragraph (2) letter a is given not more than 5 (five) years with the following conditions:.,, a. its maximum size of 50 (fifty) acres;.,, b. any individual or cooperative can have a maximum of 2 (two) permits within one district/city;
.,, (2) a period of business license utilization production forest environmental services as stipulated in article 33 paragraph (2) letter b was given the longest 10 (ten) years with the following conditions:.,, a. its maximum size of 1000 (one thousand) hectares;.,, b. any individuals, cooperatives, STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, LOCAL or BUMS Indonesia can have a maximum of 2 (two) permits within one (1) province.
.,, (3) a period of business license harvesting forest wood as stipulated in article 33 paragraph (2) Letter c on natural forest was given the longest 55 (fifty-five) years.
.,, (4) a period of business license utilization of non timber forest products as referred to in article 33 paragraph (2) letter d on natural forest was given the longest 10 (ten) years.
.,, (5) a period of business license utilization of forest products as referred to in article 33 paragraph (2) Letter c and the letter d at the forest plant was given the longest 100 (one hundred) years.
.,, (6) period of permission vote of wood and forest products or not wood as stipulated in article 33 paragraph (2) letter e and the letter f was given the longest one (1) year with conditions:.,,.,, a. maximum 20 (twenty) m3 for the voting results of the wood that comes from the direct result logging; b. maximum 20 (twenty) a ton for voting non timber forest products.
Part five Permissions Permit Holders Subject Paragraph 1 of article 36 (1) the business license can be given to area utilization:., individual, a.; and b. the cooperative. (2) business license utilization of environmental services may be provided to:., individual, a.;

b. cooperative; and c. the private-owned enterprise Indonesia; and d. the State-owned enterprises or business entity belonging to the area. (3) business license utilization of wood forest products can be granted to:., individual, a.;

b. cooperative;

c. private-owned enterprises Indonesia; and d. the State-owned enterprises or business entity belonging to the area. (4) business license utilization of non timber forest products can be granted to:., individual, a.;

b. cooperative;

c. private-owned enterprises Indonesia; and d. the State-owned enterprises or business entity belonging to the area. (5) Permission vote of wood forest products can be granted to:., individual, a.; and b. the cooperative. (6) Permission vote effort non timber forest products can be granted to:., individual, a.; and b. the cooperative.
Paragraph 2 of article 37 Permits the granting of authority to business license utilization area:.,, is given by the Regent or Mayor with copy to the Minister, the Governor and the responsible agencies in the field of local forestry when being in the territory of the district/city;
.,, b. awarded by Governor with copy to the Minister, Governors or mayors and responsible agencies in the field of local forestry when were at cross area of kabupaten/kota in one province;
.,, c. is given by the Minister with a copy to the Governor, and the Regent or Mayor when a cross was in the province.
Article 38 Permission vote of wood and forest products or not wood:.,, is given by the Regent or Mayor with copy to the Minister, the Governor and the responsible agencies in the field of local forestry when being in the territory of the district/city;
.,, b. awarded by Governor with copy to the Minister, Governors or mayors and responsible agencies in the field of local forestry when were at cross area of kabupaten/kota in one province;
.,, c. is given by the Minister with a copy to the Governor and Regent or Mayor when a cross was in the province.
Article 39 business license utilization of environmental services:.,, is given by the Regent or Mayor with copy to the Minister, the Governor and the responsible agencies in the field of local forestry when being in the territory of the district/city;
.,, b. awarded by Governor with copy to the Minister, Governors or mayors and responsible agencies in the field of local forestry when were at cross area of kabupaten/kota in one province;
.,, c. is given by the Minister with a copy to the Governor and Regent or Mayor when a cross was in the province.
Article 40 business license utilization of non timber forest products in natural forests:.,, is given by the Regent or Mayor with copy to the Minister, the Governor and the responsible agencies in the field of local forestry when being in the territory of the district/city;
.,, b. awarded by Governor with copy to the Minister, Governors or mayors and responsible agencies in the field of local forestry when were at cross area of kabupaten/kota in one province;
.,, c. is given by the Minister with a copy to the Governor and Regent or Mayor when a cross was in the province.
Article 41 business license utilization of non timber forest products in the forest plant:.,, is given by the Regent or Mayor with copy to the Minister, the Governor and the responsible agencies in the field of local forestry when being in the territory of the district/city;
.,, b. awarded by Governor with copy to the Minister, Governors or mayors and responsible agencies in the field of local forestry when were at cross area of kabupaten/kota in one province;
.,, c. is given by the Minister with a copy to the Governor and Regent or Mayor when a cross was in the province.
Article 42 business license harvesting forest wood in natural forest or business license harvesting forest wood on forest plants are given by the Minister on the recommendation of the Regent or mayor and Governor.

Paragraph 3 of the Ordinance and the terms of article 43 Consent Solicitation.,, (1) the area of the utilization of business license, business license utilization of environmental services, business license utilization of non timber forest products, and permission vote of forest products wood and timber or is not provided with a way to apply.
.,, (2) the application for a permit referred to in subsection (1) is subject to the following:.,,.,, a petition for permission as referred to in article 37, article 38, article 39, article 40 and article 41 presented to the Regent or Mayor with copy to the Minister, the Governor and the responsible agencies in the field of forestry.
.,, b. application permits as referred to in article 37, article 38, article 39, article 40 and article 41 proposed to the Governor with a copy to the Minister, Governors or mayors and responsible agencies in the field of forestry.
.,, c. application for a permit referred to in Article 37, article 38, article 39, article 40 and article 41 submitted to the Minister with a copy to the Governor, Regent or mayor and the responsible agencies in the field of forestry.

.,, (3) business license harvesting forest wood in natural forest or business license harvesting forest wood on forest plant as stipulated in article 42 given through bidding in the auction. (4) the auction as mentioned in paragraph (3) was carried out by the Minister.
.,, (5) the requirements for a provisional permit utilization of forests and forest products utilization auction timber referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (3) subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 44 Deals in the auction business license harvesting forest wood as stipulated in article 43 paragraph (3) is set as follows:.,, a. Minister of forest production criteria set that can be auctioned off, the status of the area and criteria of the participants of the auction; b. the Minister announced is widely forested areas that will be auctioned off;

c. auction enthusiasts filed a petition for auction participants;.,, d. auction participants are given the opportunity to see the data as well as looking into the field as necessary; e. the Minister set the winner of the auction.

Article 45 for the business license utilization forest landscape change and its activities affect the environment, the necessary analysis on environmental impact (AMDAL) in accordance with the legislation in force.

The sixth part of the rights and obligations of the holder of the permit utilization of the forest of Paragraphs 1 a right Holder Permits the utilization of Forests Article 46.,, (1) Every holder of a permit utilization of the forest reserves the right to undertake activities in accordance with the permissions that are acquired.
.,, (2) in conducting the activities referred to in subsection (1), the holder of the permit utilization of the forest reserves the right to benefit from the results of his efforts.
Paragraph 2 obligations of the holder of the permit utilization of the forest of article 47 (1) Every holder of a permit utilization of the forest shall be obliged:.,,.,, a. make a work plan for the whole area of work during the period of introduction of the permit;
.,, b. carry out real on the ground no later than 3 (three) months since given permission;
.,, c. Execute Setup limits the working area at the latest 3 months from the given business license, except for permission vote of forest products; d. Create activity report periodically;

e. implement forest protection in the area of work of security disorder;., f., the holder of the permit in the form of a business entity is obligated to finance its business activities menatausahakan according to applicable accounting standards of forestry;
.,, g. employ professional forestry and other personnel who meet the requirements according to needs; h. pay provision of forest resources (PSDH).
.,, (2) the holder of a business license or business permit area utilization of environmental services in addition to carry out the obligations mentioned in paragraph (1), is also obliged to pay Dues business license utilization of Forests (IIUPH).
.,, (3) STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, and LOCAL GOVERNMENT business license holder BUMS environmental services in addition to carry out the obligations mentioned in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2), as well as compulsory cooperation with local cooperative society at the latest 1 (one) year after receipt of the permission.
.,, (4) the holder of a business license harvesting forest wood in forests or on forest plant in addition to implementing the obligations referred to in subsection (1), as well as mandatory:.,, a. pay dues of forest utilization of business license (IIUPH);

b. make:.,,.,, 1. plan of work Effort Harvesting Forest wood (RKUPHHK) for the entire working area during the period of the permit validity period no later than 1 (one) year after permission is granted;
., ,2. Work plan 5 (five) years of the first not later than 3 (three) months since (RKUPHHK) was passed;
., ,3. The annual work plan (CTR) submitted no later than 2 (two) months before the RKT current year. 4. to put to the Minister in order to obtain his consent. c. do the administering forest products;

d. perform measurement or testing of forest products;

e. pay the Reforestation Fund (Dr.);., f. carry out appropriate silvikultur system location and the types of plants that are developed; g. providing and supplying the raw material wood to primary forest products industry.
.,, (5) the holder of a business license utilization of non timber forest products, in addition to implementing the obligations referred to in subsection (1), as well as mandatory:.,, a. pay dues of forest utilization of business license (IIUPH);

b. make:.,,.,, 1. Work Plan Business utilization of non timber forest products (RKUPHHBK) 10 (ten) years later than 1 (one) year after permission is granted;
., ,2. Work plan 5 (five) years of the first not later than 3 (three) months since (RKUPHHBK) was passed;
., ,3. The annual work plan (CTR) submitted no later than 2 (two) months before the RKT current year. c. do the administering non timber forest products;

d. do the measurement and testing of non timber forest products;., e., guarantee the provision of raw materials for industry primer non timber forest products.
.,, (6) STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES, and LOCAL GOVERNMENT business license holder BUMS harvesting forest wood and wood or not in addition to carry out the obligations mentioned in paragraph (1), subsection (4) and paragraph (5), as well as compulsory cooperation with local cooperative society at the latest 1 (one) year after receipt of the permission.
.,, (7) the forms of cooperation referred to in paragraph (3) and paragraph (6) could be:., stock participation, a.;

b. cooperation effort on a segment of the business activities of the utilization of forest products.
.,, (8) the holder of a business license utilization of forest products is obligated to do the planting in the forest plants at least 50% (fifty perseratus) of plants grown based on extensive acreage crop cycles within at the latest 5 (five) years since they provide business license utilization of forest products.
Paragraph 3 of article 48 of the forest Utilisation Dues.,, (1) the Contribution of Forest Utilization constitutes acceptance of the country instead of taxes that are derived from forest resources, consisting of:.,, a. Forest Utilization business license Dues (IIUPH);

b. provision of forest resources (PSDH); and c. the Reforestation Fund (DR).
.,, (2) Contribution business license utilization of forest (IIUPH) as mentioned in paragraph (1) letter a, subject to the business license holder of forest utilization based on the extensive forest that provided in the permit.
.,, (3) Contribution business license utilization of forest (IIUPH) as mentioned in paragraph (1) letter a withheld once upon a forest utilization business license granted.
.,, (4) the provision of forest resources (PSDH) as mentioned in paragraph (1) letter b, subject to the holder of the permit utilization of the forest.
.,, (5) Ballots PSDH top forest products originating from natural forests is based on:.,, a. report results will cut down trees, cruising to a round timber are;

b. report of the results of the round wood for production;

c. report of the remaining illegal; and d. report of other forest products.
.,, (6) Ballots PSDH top forest products originating from forest plants are based on a report of the results of cruising (LHC) will cut down trees.
.,, (7) any results of the wood and not the wood that comes from the permission to use a forest area or forest areas that are experiencing changes in designation becomes not a forest area and the pedestal bears the title/subject PSDH land rights and or DR.
.,, (8) the provisions of the imposition, collection, payment, remittance management, monitoring and control, IIUPH, PSDH and Dr. referred to in subsection (1) is designated by the applicable legislation.
The seventh section Hapusnya Permits Article 49 (1) Permits the utilization of forests can be remove, if:.,, a. permit period has ended;.,, b. permit revoked by the giver of the consent as the sanctions imposed on the holder of the permit;
.,, c. the permit holder by the permit handed back with a written statement to the giver of the consent prior to the period of the permit expires; or.,, d. target volume or weight are permitted in permission vote of forest products has been met.
.,, (2) before a permit is received back by the giver of the consent referred to in subsection (1) the letter c, the first audited in a comprehensive manner.
.,, (3) based on the results of the audit report referred to in subsection (2), the giver of the consent can receive or accept to the terms of such permission or to refuse the refund.
., Hapusnya, (4) a permit on the basis of the provisions referred to in subsection (1) does not absolve the obligation of the holder of the permit to:.,,.,, a. pay off the entire financial obligations as well as fulfilling other obligations set by the Government or local authorities;
.,, b. carry out all the stipulations set out relating to the expiry of the permit in accordance with the applicable provisions.
.,, (5) at the time of hapusnya the permission referred to in subsection (1) the goods are not moving and or plants that have been built and planted in the work area or be State-owned.
.,, (6) and hapusnya the permission referred to in subsection (1) the Government and or local governments are not responsible for the obligations of the holder of the permit to a third party.
The eighth part of the extension of permission article 50, a, (1) the area of the utilization of business license, business license utilization of environmental services, business license harvesting forest wood and not the wood, as well as permission vote results of the wood and not the wood that duration has ended can be extended.
.,, (2) the extension of the permit referred to in subsection (1) may be granted if it meets the requirements of the extension of permission as follows:.,,.,, a. for the business license, business license area utilization utilization of environmental services, business license utilization of non timber forest products, as well as permission vote of forest products timber and wood performance assessment is not the holder of a permit is determined by the Minister;
.,, b. business license for harvesting forest wood in natural forest or business license harvesting forest wood on forest plant performance assessment is the holder of the permit by the Minister and certified sustainable forest utilization from the Minister.

.,, (3) against the petition for extension of a permit that has met the requirements referred to in subsection (2) applies the following conditions:.,,.,, a. for the extension of the business license, business license area utilization utilization of environmental services, business license non timber forest products utilization and permission vote results of the wood and not the wood given by:.,,.,, 1). Regent/Mayor with copy to the Minister, the Governor, and the responsible institutions in the field of local forestry when being in the territory of the district/city;
., ,2) . The Governor with copy to the Minister, Governors or mayors and responsible agencies in the field of local forestry when were at cross area of kabupaten/kota in one province;
., ,3) . The Minister with a copy to the Governor and Regent/Mayor when a cross was in the province.
., a, b. for the extension of the business license of timber forest products utilization on natural forest or business license harvesting forest wood on forest plants given by Ministers after receiving the recommendations of the Bupati/Walikota and Governor.
.,, (4) against the petition for an extension of the business license utilization of wood forest products which do not meet the requirements referred to in paragraph (2) letter b, an extension of the permit and deny his efforts in the area of the works carried out against bidding in the auction by the Minister.
.,, (5) of the Ordinance and the terms of the extension of the permit referred to in paragraph (2) letter b and subsection (4) is set by a decision of the Minister.
The ninth part of the empowerment of local communities In and around the Woods Article 51.,, (1) the empowerment of local communities in and around the forest are intended to enhance the ability of the institutional community in exploiting the forest.
.,, (2) to improve the institutional capabilities of the society referred to in subsection (1), implemented by the Government and facilitated by or local governments.
.,, (3) further Provisions referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) subject to the decision of the Minister.
CHAPTER IV PRIMARY FOREST PRODUCTS INDUSTRY Part I General Article 52 (1) of primary forest products Industry aims to:.,, a. enhancing value added forest products; and b. the use raw materials efficiently. (2) the primary forest products Industry consists of:.,, a. primary forest products timber industry; and b. the primary industry of non timber forest products.
.,, (3) the capacity of the primary forest products industry permit does not exceed the carrying capacity of forest resources sustainably.
.,, (4) the primary source of industrial raw material forest products can come from natural forests, forest plants, forest rights and results from the plantations in the form of wood.
Article 53 the setting, coaching and development of primary forest products industry aims to: a. realizing the industry efficient, productive and competitive high-power;.,, b. prevent the incidence of damage to forest resources and pollution of the environment; and c. secure sources of raw materials in the framework of sustainable forest management.

Article 54.,, (1) Authorizes the setting, coaching and development of primary forest products industry is regulated by the Minister include: an entire industry, wood processing, a. round be sawn timber.
., wood processing, b. round into flakes of wood (wood chips), veneer, plywood (plywood), Laminating Veneer Lumber; and c. the processing of raw material is not of direct application of hardwood forest.
.,, (2) Authorizes the setting, coaching and development of the forest products industry is regulated by the responsible ministers in the field of industry covers the entire industry other than referred to in subsection (1).
.,, (3) in an attempt to maintain the sustainability of forest resources and maintain a continuity of supply of raw materials, each the pulp and paper industry development is obliged to build a forest of plants.
.,, (4) in addition to the obligations mentioned in paragraph (3), for the fulfillment of the raw material industry, the pulp and paper business license the pulp and paper industry can work together with the business license holder of the utilization of wood and forest products or perform the import of raw materials.
Article 55.,, (1) industrial and business license permits the expansion of the primary forest products timber industry and not the wood could be given to:., individual, a.;

b. cooperative;

c. State-owned enterprises (SOEs);

d. Regional owned enterprises (BUMD); and e. the private owned enterprises (BUMS) Indonesia.
.,, (2) business license industry sawmill with production capacity up to 2000 (two thousand) cubic metres per year could be given to:., individual, a.;

b. cooperative.
.,, (3) sign list of industry to the primary industries of non timber forest products can be given to small scale:., individual, a.;

b. cooperative.
.,, (4) the provisions of the primary forest products industry criteria referred to in paragraph (1), subsection (2) and paragraph (3) are defined by the decision of the Minister.
The second part of the primary forest products Industry Licensing of Timber Section 56 Every establishment or expansion of primary forest products industry is required to have the wood industry business license or permit the expansion of the primary forest products timber industry.

Article 57.,, (1) industrial and business license permits the expansion of the primary forest products timber industry are valid for the respective industries operate in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation.
.,, (2) evaluation of primary forest products timber industry is done at least 3 (three) years.
.,, (3) the criteria and procedures for evaluation of primary forest products timber industry is regulated by a decision of the Minister.
The third part of the Ordinance and requirements of application for business license of primary forest products Timber Industry Article 58.,, (1) the application for business license of primary forest products industry timber and permission for expansion:.,,.,, a. sawmill industry with production capacity up to 6000 (six thousand) cubic metres annually submitted to the Governor with a copy to the Minister and Regents/Mayors.
.,, b. primary forest products industry hardwood processing direct wood round and raw material or flakes into flakes of wood (wood chips), veneer and plywood (plywood), and Laminating Veneer Lumber with a production capacity of up to 6000 (six thousand) cubic metres per year, presented to the Governor with copy to the Minister and Regents/Mayors.
.,, c. primary forest products industry hardwood wood round or direct processing of raw sawn timber into flakes; flakes of wood (wood chip); veneer and plywood Laminating Veneer and Lumber, with a production capacity of over 6000 (six thousand) cubic metres per year submitted to the Minister with a copy to the Minister responsible in the field of industry and the Governor.
., the whole industry, d. forest products other than referred to in letter a, letter b, letter c, and submitted to the Minister responsible in the field of industry, with copy to the Minister, the Governor, and the Regent/Mayor.
.,, (2) the application for business license Requirements for the primary forest products timber industry and permits the extension referred to in paragraph (1) letter a, letter b and c, subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 59.,, (1) against the application for business license of primary forest products timber industry and expansion or permission as referred to in article 58 paragraph (1) letter a, letter b, letter c and should come with a guarantee of the supply of the raw material wood is sustainable.
.,, (2) the provisions of the guarantee the supply of raw materials for sustainable timber referred to in subsection (1) is governed by the decision of the Minister.
The fourth part of the licensing Industry Primer non timber forest products Chapter 60.,, (1) the primary industry of non timber forest products in small scale compulsory has a list of industries that are treated as business license of the industry.
.,, (2) any establishment or expansion of primary industries of non timber forest products of medium-scale and large-scale industrial undertakings required to have a permit or permit extension.
.,, (3) further provisions of the business license for the primary industries of non timber forest products as referred to in paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) subject to the decision of the Minister.
Article 61.,, (1) a list of the primary industries of non timber forest products of small scale industrial undertakings, permission and permits the expansion of the primary industries of non timber forest products, valid for the industry in question operates in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation.
.,, (2) evaluation of the performance of the primary industries of non timber forest products is done every 3 (three) years.
.,, (3) Guidelines on performance evaluation of primary industry non timber forest products as referred to in subsection (2) subject to the decision of the Minister.
Part five Ordinances and Requirements of application for business license for the primary industries of non timber forest products Chapter 62.,, (1) a petition for the sign industry's primary list of non timber forest products of small scale, primary industries business license non timber forest products and permit its expansion posed to Governor with copy to the Minister and Regents/Mayors.
.,, (2) the requirements for the primary industry list sign non timber forest products of small scale, the primary business license non timber forest products and permit its expansion set with the decision of the Minister.
Article 63 of the list of primary industry sign Petition non timber forest products of small scale, primary industries business license non timber forest products and permit expansion as stipulated in article 62 is equipped with clarity the fulfillment and the origin of the raw material.

The sixth section Authorizes the granting of Permission Article 64.,, (1) the business license of industrial sawmill with production capacity up to 6000 (six thousand) cubic meters per year and sign a list of primary industries of non timber forest products of small-scale, medium-scale and large-scale are given by Governor having regard to technical considerations or advice from the responsible agencies in the field of forestry kabupaten/kota and the approval of the Minister.

.,, (2) the business license of industrial wood forest products primary and permit its direct processing of wood raw material and round or flakes into flakes of wood (wood Chips), veneer and plywood (plywood), Laminating Veneer Lumber with a production capacity of up to 6000 (six thousand) cubic metres per year, given by the Governor having regard to technical considerations or suggestions of responsible agencies in the field of forestry Kabupaten/Kota and the approval of the Minister.
.,, (3) the business license of industrial timber forest products primary and permit its direct processing of wood raw material and round or flakes being sawn timber, wood flakes (wood chips), veneer and plywood (plywood), Laminating Veneer Lumber with a production capacity of more than 6000 (six thousand) cubic meters per year is granted by the Minister having regard to consideration of the Governor.
.,, (4) the whole of the business license for the primary forest products industry other than referred to in subsection (1), subsection (2), and subsection (3) is given by the responsible ministers in the areas of industry with attention to the consideration of the Minister and Governor.
The seventh part of the rights and obligations of the holder of the permit Section 65 of every holder of a business license for the primary forest products industry timber and wood is not entitled to: a. obtain assurance effort in running his business; and or b. getting services from the Government and local authorities.

Article 66.,, (1) the holder of a business license for the primary forest products industry timber and wood is not obligated:.,, a. doing business in accordance with the permit;., owned, b. prepare and submit a plan of Compliance of industrial raw materials (RPBBI) every year; c. help empower citizens around the location of industry; and, d., reported periodically and the results of its industrial activities to giver her permission and agencies given authority in the construction and development of primary forest products industry.
.,, (2) provision of further obligations of the holder of the business license for the primary forest products timber industry and not the wood referred to in subsection (1) is governed by the decision of the Minister.
Chapter V the FOREST RIGHTS Article 67.,, (1) forest is a forest located right on land which is vested with rights over land.
., Forest, (2) the rights referred to in subsection (1) is evidenced by the pedestal title or rights to the land.
Article 68 of the forest Utilisation rights carried out by the holder of the rights.

Article 69.,, (1) utilization of forest rights which serves conservation and protected areas is done in accordance with the legislation in force.
.,, (2) forest rights which serve the conservation or protected as mentioned in paragraph (1) be changed its status into a forest area.
.,, (3) in the case of forest rights changed its status into a forest area referred to in subsection (2) the Government shall be obliged to provide compensation to the holder of the right in accordance with the legislation in force.
.,, (4) in the case of forest rights functioned as conservation areas or protected areas, the Government can offer incentives to the holder of the rights.
Article 70.,, (1) the rights of Forest Utilization function of production, can be carried out activities to produce forest products match the potential and power of land support.
.,, (2) the Government, the provincial government, the Government of the county or the city is obligated to develop forest rights through institutional development.
Article 71.,, (1) the rights of forest utilization Guidelines as stipulated in article 68 are organized with the Minister's decision.
.,, (2) the County Government or the city of forest utilization guidelines stipulate rights upon utilization guidelines referred to in subsection (1).
CHAPTER VI the USE of FOREST AREAS Article 72.,, (1) the use of forest areas aims to regulate the use of the most forested areas of development for the purposes of selectively outside the forestry activity without changing the status and function.
.,, (2) use of forest areas for the benefit of development outside the forestry activities can only be done in:.,, a. protected forest; or b. the forest production.
.,, (3) use of forest areas as referred to in paragraph (2) covers the use for:.,, a. strategic objectives; and/or b. a limited public interest.
.,, (4) use of forest areas for strategic purpose as mentioned in paragraph (2) letter a include the following activities:.,, a. religious interests;

b. Security and defence;

c. mining;

d. ketenagalistrikan construction and installation of renewable energy technologies;

e. construction of telecommunications networks; or f. the water installation of network development.
.,, (5) the use of forest areas for limited public interest referred to in subsection (3) the letter b include development activities:.,, a. public roads and streets (rail) trains;

b. channels of water and clean or waste water;

c. watering;

d. the tub water shelter;

e. public facilities;

f. telecommunications repeater;

g. radio transmitting station; or the television relay station h..
.,, (6) the use of forest areas as mentioned in subsection (4) and paragraph (5) be governed more by presidential decree.
CHAPTER VII the CIRCULATION and MARKETING of FOREST PRODUCTS Chapter 73.,, (1) in order to protect the rights of the country's top forest products and forest sustainability, do control the circulation and marketing of forest products through the administering forest products.
.,, (2) All forest products originating from the State forest measurement and testing is conducted by an authorized officer.
.,, (3) against the physical results of wood that has been measured and tested as referred to in paragraph (2) provided a sign as proof of legality.
Article 74.,, (1) forest products derived from forest rights carried out measurements and the determination of the type.
.,, (2) measurement and the determination of the type of forest products as referred to in subsection (1) is carried out by an authorized officer.
.,, (3) forest products that have been measured as mentioned in subsection (2) are given the origin of the Affidavits (SKAU) published by the village chief or equivalent official and valid as legitimately affidavits forest products.
Article 75.,, (1) any transport, mastery or possession of forest products is obligated to come together with affidavits legitimately forest products issued by the competent authority.
.,, (2) any transport of forest products as referred to in subsection (1) must be in accordance with the destination address written in the document Affidavits Legitimately forest products (SKSHH) or mail Transport plants and Wildlife (SATS RESULTS).
.,, (3) if the contents of the affidavits of documents between legitimately forest products as referred to in subsection (1) is not the same as the physical state of the type, quantity or volume of forest products the forest products, then declared not having valid papers as proof.
.,, (4) the document is a letter that must be furnished together with the forest products that are transported, possessed or owned as mentioned in subsection (1) is:.,,.,, a. Affidavits Legitimately forest products (SKSHH) for forest products originating from the State forest;
., Letter b., Transport of plants and Wildlife (SATS RESULTS) for plants and wildlife;
.,, c. origin of Affidavits (SKAU) for forest products originating from the forest rights.
.,, (5) SKSHH, SATS RESULTS or SKAU applies and is used for transporting timber and forest products instead of wood or vegetation and wildlife in the territory of the Republic of Indonesia.
.,, (6) SKSHH Blanko and SATS RESULTS are printed by the printing company appointed by the Minister.
.,, (7) further Provisions on the administering forest products as referred to in article 73 paragraph (1) is governed by the decision of the Minister.
Article 76 forest products in the form of round timber and raw shale banned for export.

Article 77.,, (1) Authorizes the setting, coaching and development of marketing of wood and forest products is not yet processed wood to the domestic market and primary forest products industry as a raw material are on the Minister.
.,, (2) Authorizes the setting, coaching and development of marketing forest products timber and processed wood not to foreign markets, are on the Minister responsible in the field of trade with regard for the consideration of Ministers.
.,, (3) the provisions of the arrangement, construction and development of marketing forest products wood and timber, not referred to in subsection (1) is designated by the Minister.
Article 78.,, (1) When forest products are transported, possessed or owned not fitted together with affidavits legitimately forest products, then the forests was declared as a result of forest products is invalid.
.,, (2) against unauthorized forest products as referred to in subsection (1) do the handling process in accordance with the legislation in force.
.,, (3) against unauthorized forest products as referred to in paragraph (2) conducted the auction.
.,, (4) the results of the auction against unauthorized forest products as referred to in subsection (3), which already has the force of law remains, partly allocated to the incentive for parties in rescue efforts of the country's wealth.
.,, (5) a provision granting incentives for parties to the rescue effort in the wealth of the country referred to in paragraph (3) and subsection (4) on the set with the decision Together with the Minister responsible ministers in finance.
CHAPTER VIII CONSTRUCTION, control and SUPERVISION of the Section I General Article 79.,, (1) to ensure the conduct of the Martinet tata tata plan preparation of forest and forest and the preparation of forest management plans, the utilization of the forest and use of forest area, the Minister is authorized to undertake the construction, control and supervision of the policy against the Governor and Regent or mayor.
.,, (2) the Minister, Governors and Governors or Mayors do construction, control and surveillance against the implementation plans of forest governance and the preparation of forest management plans, the utilization of the forest and use of forest area, by a third party.
The second part of the construction and control


Article 80 (1) of the construction as stipulated in article 79 paragraph (1) includes granting:.,, a. guidelines;

b. guidance;

c. training;

d. referral; and or e. supervision.
.,, (2) the granting of the guidelines referred to in subsection (1) letter a directed against the Organization of forest governance and the preparation of forest management plans, the utilization of the forest and use of forest area by provincial and local governments or Counties or cities including liability, reports, and evaluations of the top performance accountability of Governors and Governors or Mayors.
.,, (3) the granting of the guidance referred to in paragraph (1) letter b, addressed towards the preparation of procedures and work layout.
.,, (4) training delivery as referred to in paragraph (2) Letter c is aimed against the resources of the apparatus.
.,, (5) the giving of the direction referred to in subsection (1) letter d activity includes the preparation of plans, programs and activities that are national.
.,, (6) the supervision referred to in subsection (1) the letter e is directed against the implementation of the forest management activities is partly assigned or turned over to the provincial government, the County Government or the City Government.
Article 81.,, (1) Control as stipulated in article 79 paragraph (2) includes the following activities:.,, a. monitoring;

b. evaluation; and/or c. follow-up.
.,, (2) the monitoring Activities referred to in paragraph (1) letter a is an activity to obtain data and information, policies and implementation of forest management.
.,, (3) the evaluation Activities referred to in paragraph (1) letter b is an activity to assess the success of the implementation of sustainable forest management is conducted periodically adapted to the type of its permissions.
.,, (4) follow-up Activities mentioned in paragraph (2) Letter c is a follow-up monitoring and evaluation results to the refinement and implementation of forest management policies.
.,, (5) the provisions of the assessment of the successful implementation of sustainable forest management on a periodic basis referred to in paragraph (3) are defined by the decision of the Minister.
Article 82.,, (1) the results of controls carried out by the Bupati/Walikota and Governor as stipulated in article 79 paragraph (2), follow up by third parties.
.,, (2) a third party control results follow-up report to the Regent or mayor and Governor.
.,, (3) the Bupati/Walikota and Governor control results follow-up reports to the Minister.
Article 83 (1) of the control results follow-up can be:.,, a. reprimand; or b. the cancellation.
.,, (2) strikes are mentioned in paragraph (1) letter a is done by the Minister, Governor and Regent or mayor.
.,, (3) Revocation referred to in subsection (1) letter b regarding local regulations issued by the Minister of the Interior upon the proposal of the Minister.
.,, (4) Revocation referred to in subsection (1) letter b relating to forest utilization permission issued by the giver of the consent.
Article 84 the coaching Guidelines and control as stipulated in article 79 to with article 83 subject to the Minister's decision.

The third part of supervision Article 85 supervisory Provisions as stipulated in article 79 paragraph (2) is set out in government regulations.

CHAPTER IX ADMINISTRATIVE SANCTIONS AGAINST the HOLDER of the PERMIT the UTILIZATION of forests, and the PRIMARY INDUSTRIES BUSINESS LICENSE FOREST PRODUCTS Section I General Article 86 to warrant status, sustainability and the sustainability of forest area forest functions so any holder permits the utilization of forests, and primary forest products industry efforts, when breaching outside criminal provisions as set forth in article 78 Act No. 41 of 1999 on Forestry administrative penalties.

Article 87 (1) of the administrative Sanctions referred to in Article 86:.,, a. temporary suspension of service administration;

b. temporary suspension of activities in the field;

c. administrative fines;

d. reduction of acreage work; or e. revocation.
.,, (2) an Administrative Penalty referred to in subsection (1) the letter c is not state tax receipts (PNBP) are deposited into the State Treasury.
The second section of the administrative sanctions to Permit utilization of the Woods Article 88 the holder of the business license or forest products utilization permission vote results of the forest administrative penalties in the form of temporary suspension of service of the document is SKSHH if it does not create and submit a report in accordance with.

Article 89 the holder of a business license, business license area utilization of environmental services, forest products utilization of business license or permission vote of forest products, administrative penalties in the form of temporary suspension of activities in the field, if the permit holder: a. do not perform setup work area boundaries;.,, b. using equipment number and work type or does not comply with his permission;
.,, c. do not have professionals in the field of forestry and or other personnel as required.
Article 90.,, (1) the imposition of administrative sanctions in the form of temporary suspension temporary suspension of administrative and service activities in the field as stipulated in article 87 paragraph (1) letter a and letter b is worn for long periods during 1 (one) year since the sanctions given.
.,, (2) in the event that prior to the period of 1 (one) years referred to in subsection (1) the holder of the permit has complied with his obligations, then the sanctions terminated.
.,, (3) if within the period of 1 (one) year of the permit holder does not meet its obligations, then the permission may be revoked by first given written warning as many as three (3) times with the period of commemoration each thirty (30) working days.
Article 91.,, (1) the holder of a business license harvesting forest wood in natural forest administrative sanctions imposed fines amounting to:.,, a. 10 (ten) times against PSDH:.,,.,, 1. excess wood yield high fells beyond tolerance target of 5% (five per cent) of the total target volume specified in the Annual work plan (CTR);
., ,2. the advantages of wood yield high fells beyond tolerance target 3% (three percent) of the target volume per type of timber set out in the Annual work plan (CTR); or b 15 (fifteen) times PSDH against volume:.,, 1. timber logging before the results of the annual work plan (CTR) was passed;., .2. Timber logging results in the framework of the creation of corridors for which no permission or does not correspond to that stated in the permission granted; 3. the wood deforestation results below the limit of allowed diameter of slash;., 4. Timber logging results conducted outside the block of high fells are permitted; or., .5. Timber logging results in order of making the road transport wood on the outside of the block's annual work plan (CTR) without permission. c. 20 (twenty) times PSDH against volume:.,, 1. wood tree logging results are designated as the core of the tree without a permit;

2. results of the parent tree felling timber without a license; or 3. Timber logging results without permission.
.,, (2) the holder of a business license utilization of forest products in the forest plant penalized the administrative fines of 15 (fifteen) times PSDH, against the volume of timber logging results that come from the creation of the corridor without permission.
.,, (3) the holder permission vote forest products wood and timber is not penalized or fined administratively by 10 (ten) times PSDH against an excess of forest products in excess of 5% (five per cent) of the target volume per type of forest products provided in the permit.
Article 92.,, (1) the holder of a business license or business permit area utilization utilization of environmental services administrative penalties in the form of a reduction in maximum working area for a 20% (twenty percent) of the area of the works, if:.,,.,, a. did not meet production targets in accordance with the work plan that was passed; and, or, b. not implementing the safeguards area it works from various security disturbances forests in accordance with the work plan.
.,, (2) the holder of a business license utilization of forest products to the administrative penalties in the form of a reduction in maximum working area for a 20% (twenty percent) of the area of the works, if:.,,.,, a. lease or cede the whole of its business activities to another party without the written consent of the giver of the consent;
.,, b. do not plant in accordance with the work plan-making plant has been established; and, or, c. not carry out financial activities of administering his efforts in accordance with the provisions in the guidelines of forestry accounting standards applicable to the business license harvesting forest wood.
.,, (3) a reduction in the area of employment referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) is made after a written warning as many as three (3) times with the period of commemoration each thirty (30) working days.
Article 93.,, (1) business license utilization area, environmental services, business license or business permit the utilization of forest products can be revoked if the holder of the permit:.,, a. not implementing a partnership with the cooperative society around the forest;.,, b. did not do his business significantly within 180 (one hundred eighty) days since it gives permission;
.,, c. does not pay the levy forestry according to applicable legislation; d. leave the working area and his work before his permission over;., memindahtangankan e., permits its business to another party without the written consent of the giver of the consent; or., f. criminal penalties pursuant to article 78 Act No. 41 of 1999 on forestry.
.,, (2) business license utilization of forest products in addition to violating the provisions referred to in subsection (1) may also be revoked if the holder of the permit:.,, a. silvikultur system does not implement the specified by the Minister;.,, b. does not implement the obligation to pay Reforestation Funds (DR) on the results of forest wood on natural forests; or

.,, c. do not submit Annual Work Plans (CTR), a five-year work plan (RKL) or forest products Businesses work plan within the period specified. (3) Permission vote of forest products can be revoked if the holder of the permit:.,, a. does not pay the levy provision of forest resources (PSDH);.,, b. doing no polling activities of forest products within 1 (one) month since permission vote of forest products are removed;
.,, c. memindahtangankan permission vote of forest products to the other party without the written consent of the giver of the consent;
., levy, d. forest products which do not comply with stated in his permission; or.,, e. criminal penalties pursuant to article 78 Act No. 41 of 1999 on forestry.
.,, (4) revocation of effort exploiting the region, environmental services, business license or business permit the utilization of forest products for the reason referred to in subsection (1) letter a, b, c and d and subsection (2) is made after a written warning from the giver permits as many as three (3) times with the period of commemoration each thirty (30) working days.
.,, (5) specifically for the revocation effort exploiting the region, environmental services, business license or business permit the utilization of forest products for the reason referred to in subsection (1) the letter e and the letter f is done without giving of warnings beforehand.
.,, (6) revocation of permission vote of forest products as referred to in paragraph (2) letter a, letter b, and d done after there is a warning written permission from as many as three (3) times with period of warning each 10 (ten) working days.
.,, (7) specifically for the revocation of the poll results of the forest on the grounds referred to in subsection (3) the letter c and the letter e is done without the giving of warnings beforehand.
The third section of the administrative Sanctions the holder of the business license for the primary forest products Industry Article 94 industrial business license Holder of primary forest products in violation of the provisions as set forth in this Regulation, subject to administrative sanctions, such as: a. the temporary suspension of industrial undertakings;

b. the temporary suspension of the granting of the service of documents; or c. the revocation effort industries.

Article 95.,, (1) the administrative Sanction in the form of temporary suspension of industrial undertakings as referred to in article 94 a, if the holder of the permit:.,,.,, a. did not prepare and submit a plan of Compliance of industrial raw materials (RPBI) in accordance with the prescribed time limits; b. has no power measurement and testing results of the forest.
.,, (2) the imposition of the sanctions suspension industry efforts as mentioned in subsection (1) is subject to the permit holder can meet its obligations.
Article 96.,, (1) the administrative Sanction in the form of temporary suspension of the granting of Ministry documents Affidavits Legitimately forest products (SKSHH) industrial undertakings as referred to in article 94 of the letter b, if the permit holder:.,,.,, a. does not make and submit a report Mutation Logwood (LMKB) or report the mutation of non timber forest products (LMHHBK); or b. don't make and submit a report of mutations of processed forest products (LMHHO).
.,, (2) the grant of a temporary suspension of sanctions Imposition of service documents Affidavits Legitimately forest products (SKSHH) referred to in subsection (1), applies to the holder of the permit can meet its obligations.
Article 97.,, (1) the administrative Sanction in the form of industrial business license revocation as stipulated in article 94 of the letter c, if the holder of the permit:.,, a. expansion of industrial endeavor without permission;

b. do the transfer of industrial business location without permission;., c., cause pollution and damage to the environment that go beyond the raw quality of the environment;
.,, d. menadah, accommodate, or processing of raw materials forest products that originate from the source of the raw materials is invalid (illegal); or., e. do industry business activities not in accordance with the conditions set out in the permit acquired.
.,, (2) the revocation effort industry on the grounds referred to in subsection (1) letter a, letter b, letter c, e and the letter done after there is a written warning from the giver permits as many as three (3) times with the period of commemoration each thirty (30) working days.
.,, (3) specific to the industry's business license revocation on the grounds referred to in subsection (1) the letter d is done after a court decision that has the force of law.
The fourth part of the imposition of an administrative Sanction Procedures Article 98 the imposition of administrative sanctions Ordinance permits utilization of the forest or the business license for the primary forest products industry as referred to in article 87 to 97 with article subject to the Minister's decision.

CHAPTER X PROVISIONS of TRANSITIONAL Article 99 With the establishment of government regulation, then:.,, a. for the rights of Forest Concession (HPH) and Voting rights of forest products that are given based on the provisions of the regulations before the establishment of this Regulation remains valid until its rights or permissions over;
.,, b. business license of primary forest products industry, the industry list sign consent given based on legislation before this Regulation remains valid;
.,, c. petition against HPH wood on natural forests and forest plants are good for an extension or a new application, which is already up on the level of principle, the process of approval of the settlement by way of filing the petition.
.,, d. against solicitation HPH wood on natural forests and forest plants are good for an extension or a new application that has not been up to the level of principle, the process of approval of the settlement is carried out by means of the auction as set forth in a government regulation.
.,, e. against the authority of the forest and preparing the layout plan of forest management, utilization of the forest and use of forest areas, which have been assigned by the Government to the State-owned enterprises still took place and its implementation tailored to government regulations.
CHAPTER XI CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 100 With the establishment of the Government, then the Government Regulation number 6 in 1999 about the Concession of forests and forest products in the forest Collecting Production stated does not apply.

Article 101 With the establishment of government regulations, the regulations implementing the Government Regulation number 6 in 1999 about the Concession of forests and forest products in the forest Collecting Production continue to apply throughout does not conflict or has not been repealed or replaced by rules based on the implementation of this Regulation.

Article 102 this Regulation comes into force from the date of promulgation.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this Regulation with its placement in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia.

.,, Set in Jakarta on 8 June 2002 the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, MEGAWATI SUKARNOPUTRI Enacted in Jakarta on June 8, 2002 the SECRETARY of STATE of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, BAMBANG KESOWO