Act No. 4 Of 1990

Original Language Title: Undang-Undang Nomor 4 Tahun 1990

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ACT 4-1990 Text copy _?.
Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 48, 1990 (education. Illumination. Culture. The preservation work of the print and Paper tape. Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3418) legislation of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 4 in 1990 ABOUT the TRANSFERS – save PAPER and PRINT the PAPER RECORD with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA,.,, Considering: a. that the 1945 Constitution mandated an attempt to educate the life of the nation and promote national culture;
.,, b. that the print paper and the paper record is one of the results of the nation's culture are very important in supporting national development in General, in particular the development of education, science and technology development, research and the dissemination of information as well as the preservation of the cultural wealth of the nation based on Pancasila;
.,, c. that in order the utilization of the results of the nation's culture, print work and work record need to be collected, stored, preserved, and preserved in a certain place as the national collection;
., d., that in connection with the above, it is seen the need to establish laws on the transfers – save Paper and print the paper Record;
.,, Remember: article 5 paragraph (1) and article 20 paragraph (1) of the Constitution of 1945;
With the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA to decide:.,, set: the law on TRANSFERS-save PAPER and PRINT the PAPER record.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this law is the:.,, 1. the print Paper is any type of issue of any intellectual or artistic works and printed and duplicated in the form of books, magazines, newspapers, maps, brochures, and the like are reserved for the public;
., ,2. The paper record is all kinds of recordings of each work and intellectual or artistic recorded and copied in the form of a tape, disk, and other forms in accordance with the development of technologies intended for the public;
., ,3. A Publisher is any person, Association, both State-owned legal entity or a private print published works;
., ,4. Record entrepreneur is any person, Association, legal entities both State-owned and private that produces the paper record;
., ,5. The national library is a library located in the capital of the country which has the task to gather, store, preserve and leverage existing print works and all the paper record produced in the territory of the Republic of Indonesia;
., ,6. Regional library is a library located in the capital of the province was given the task to gather, store, preserve and leverage existing print works and all the paper record produced in the area.
CHAPTER II OBLIGATIONS of DELIVERY – save PAPER and PRINT the PAPER RECORD article 2 Any publishers who are in the territory of the Republic of Indonesia, is obligated to submit two (2) fruit prints of each of the resulting print paper title to the national library, and a regional library in the capital to the provinces in question no later than three (3) months after it was published.

Section 3.,, (1) any recording entrepreneurs who are in the territory of the Republic of Indonesia is obligated to submit a recording of each title the paper record produced to the national library, and a to the regional library is concerned, no later than 3 (three) months after the recording process is complete.
.,, (2) in terms of the record works using the materials you require storage in particular, then handed the duty referred to in subsection (1), done to the national library or other agency specified by the Government.
.,, (3) the provisions concerning the governing body repository a recording referred to in subsection (2) are governed further by a government regulation.
Article 4 obligation of delivery – save paper and print the paper record referred to in article 2 and article 3, apply to every citizen of the Republic of Indonesia that his work was published or recorded outside of the country.

Article 5 obligation of delivery – save paper and print the paper record that is set out in the Act is aimed to realize a national collection and their preservation as a result of cultural Nations within the framework of the intellectual life of the nation.

Section 6.,, (1) any person entering the print and paper or the paper record about Indonesia from abroad more than 10 (ten) fruit each header with the intention to be traded, obliged to submit each header to a national library, not later than 1 (one) month after it is received by the question.
.,, (2) any person entering the print and paper or the paper record about Indonesia from abroad less than 10 (ten) the fruit of every title, but in a period of 2 (two) years of entering the same work again so that the sum exceeds 10 (ten) of the fruit, then apply the provisions of article 6 paragraph (1).
.,, (3) the implementation of the obligation of delivery – save paper record by using raw materials that require storage in particular, governed more by government regulations.
Article 7 the print Paper and the paper record that is submitted and stored in accordance with the provisions of this Act, it is not used for commercial purposes.

Article 8.,, (1) any mandatory recording entrepreneur Publisher and submit a list of the titles of the publications or recordings to the National Library and the library Area in the province concerned once every 6 (six) months.
.,, (2) in case the paper record in the form of story and documentary footage of the handover of the list title was performed to the national library or other agency specified by the Government.
.,, (3) the obligation of submitting the list of print paper and the paper record referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) apply also to any person entering the print and paper or the paper record about Indonesia.
Article 9 the provisions implementation of the obligation of delivery – save paper and print the paper record is further regulated by government regulations.

CHAPTER III MANAGEMENT of the RESULTS of the TRANSFERS – save PAPER and PRINT the PAPER RECORD, article 10, (1) the management of the print paper and the paper record that was turned over for safekeeping by virtue of this act carried out by the National Library and the library area that receives it, or other body established by the Government in terms of the work record in the form of story or documentary film.
.,, (2) the provisions on the management of the print paper and the paper record referred to in subsection (1) are governed further by a government regulation.
CHAPTER IV CRIMINAL PROVISIONS article 11.,, (1) Whoever violates the provisions referred to in article 2, article 3, article 4, article 6, article 7, and are convicted by criminal confinement ever: 6 (six) months or a criminal fine of $500 for extended (five million rupiah).
.,, (2) Whoever violates the provisions referred to in article 8, are convicted by criminal confinement ever 3 (three) months or criminal fines extended Rp RP 2,500,000 (two million five hundred thousand dollars).
.,, (3) a criminal offence referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) is a violation of.
Article 12 implementation of criminal provisions referred to in article 11, does not negate the obligation to keep the print paper or submit the paper record that is set out in the legislation.

Chapter V MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS Article 13.,, (1) the provisions of chapters I up to chapter III in this legislation, applicable also for government agencies that publish and print and paper or insert the paper record.
.,, (2) the implementation of the obligation of delivery – save paper and print the paper record referred to in subsection (1), governed more by government regulations.
CHAPTER VI CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 14 this Act comes into force on the date of promulgation.

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

.,, Enacted in Jakarta on 9 August 1990 PRESIDENT of INDONESIA SOEHARTO Promulgated in Jakarta on 9 August 1990, MINISTER/STATE SECRETARY MOERDIONO of INDONESIA RI STATE GAZETTE SUPPLEMENTARY No. 3418 (explanation of the 1990 State Gazette Number 48) EXPLANATION for the law of the Republic of INDONESIA number 4 in 1990 ABOUT the TRANSFERS – save PAPER PRINT and PUBLIC RECORD., national development, in fact is the whole Indonesia human development and community Indonesia entirely as implementing Pancasila , includes the construction of a materially and spiritually with all seginya. Then one of the efforts that need to be realized is the preservation and utilization of cultural works peoples.
., Print and Paper, the paper record is essentially one of cultural works peoples as the embodiment of copyright, taste and human intention. Its role is crucial in supporting development in General, in particular the development of education, research, development of science and technology as well as the dissemination of information.
.,, Given the importance of the role of the print paper and the paper record, need to be implemented for the sake of the construction of the pelestariannya with the requirement that every publisher and recording businessmen to give up some of the fruit of the work of the print and paper rekamnya to be stored at the National Library and library Area, so it can be utilized as best by the public.
.,, Including in terms of the work of this record is the record, film, videotape or voice recordings. The work of the mandatory record delivered to the national library or other body established by a Government to be stored.
.,, In order this is the law about the transfers – save Paper and print the paper Record compiled in an effort to gather, preserve and embody a collection of print paper and the paper record nationally.

., Liability transfers – save paper and print the paper record is also meant to embody a collection of such works as a result of the culture of the nation, so the embodied a national collection and can meet the needs in the framework of nation-building and State, especially in the life of the nation increase business intelligence.
., Thought, along with the above, the conservation and utilization of the print paper and the paper record enforced through specific institutions at the central level and local level. In addition to the network expand step information is also intended to further bring closer the papers as a source of information about the culture of the nation to the society. Thus the obligation of delivery – save paper and print or work of this record is also one of the realization of efforts reach equitable opportunity of acquiring education and information for the community.
.,, With the framework of this thought, then the delivery obligations – save paper and print the paper record is not only addressed to the Publisher or entrepreneur recording that produced works of print and the paper record in the country, but is intended also to every citizen of the Republic of Indonesia that with various considerations published his works in the form of print and paper paper record abroad.
.,, In an effort to enrich the national collection, particularly having regard to one of the objectives that will be achieved through the provision of collection of print and paper record as one of the means to the intellectual life of the nation, then this obligation, extended to the print paper and the paper record from abroad about Indonesia entered into Indonesia.
.,, Another problem that needs to be emphasized is the relevance of this legislation with the provisions of Act No. 7 in 1971 about the Archives. The last act of this object has the principal archive in the sense of a script. By remaining attentive to the conditions of those laws, then understanding the script basically is limited to works that have not been published, unpublished and intangible book; then the print paper and the paper record that become the objects of this Act covers all works end in any form that was created with the intention for the public.

The SAKE ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1, article 2, quite obviously, the print Works, that must be handed over to be stored in the national library or Library areas include mold both and beyond changing the contents and or form. Understanding the submission of each print works to the National Library and the library area in the Act does not include the surrender of copyright.

Thus, the submission of print works and works of this record only to be stored, preserved and harnessed in accordance with the purposes of this Act. In relation to copyright, fully apply the provisions of the copyright law.

Selambatlambatnya period of three (3) months calculated since publication, namely since when it was first announced to the public in a manner and form of any kind, or if there was announced, since it was first marketed.

Article 3, paragraph (1), regarding the sense of surrender the paper record and the time of delivery, see also explanations about the same thing on the explanation of article 2. Given the record works in the form of storage of films, tapes, photographs, tape, disc, and use raw materials that require special expertise and storage, it is possible to submit the record to the work of other bodies controlled by the Government in addition to the national library which will be further defined by the Government. Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3).,, is quite clear article 4. submission period, no later than three (3) months after it was published or after the production process recording is completed.

Article 5, article 6, is quite clear., paragraph (1),, is a person in this paragraph are those individuals, Fellowship, good state-owned legal entity or private which incorporates work of print and paper record to Indonesia. Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), article 7, is quite clear.,, this provision is intended to keep the utilization of film, especially a film story that is stored at the national library or other body established by a Government based on law, not detrimental to the film-makers are concerned. In accordance with the purpose of this storage is only intended for the purposes of preservation and the realization of the national collection. The work of this record should not be presented to the public with the charge. Therefore its utilization is limited only for the purposes of education, research or other purposes in the framework of the cultural development of the nation.

Article 8, paragraph (1).,, obligation for the Publisher or entrepreneur recordings to submit a list of the titles of the publications or recordings to the library of the region apply only to Publisher or entrepreneur recordings which were in the area concerned. Subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), article 9, clear enough, clear enough, article 10, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), clearly Enough, article 11, paragraph (1), quite obviously, subsection (2), quite obviously, subsection (3), article 12, quite clearly, in accordance with the purposes of the obligation of delivery-save it, what matters is the realization of the national collection of print paper and the paper record. Therefore the criminal diancamkan basically only intended for violation of the obligation of delivery – save paper and print the paper record, while its fulfillment remains to be done even if the criminal has been dropped.

Article 13, paragraph (1), the definition of government agencies is the highest institution of Department, Secretarial/high country, Non Government agencies Department, Attorney General's Office, the representative of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia abroad, Bank Indonesia, including units of work as the projects work independently but still remain within the scope of the duties, functions and responsibilities of the institutions mentioned above. Subsection (2), articles 14, clear enough, clear enough,