Regional Regulation No. 5 Of 2006

Original Language Title: Peraturan Daerah Nomor 5 Tahun 2006

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Considering APPLICABLE LOCAL TASIKMALAYA No. 5 of 2005 on CONSTRUCTION SERVICE BUSINESS LICENSE with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the MAYOR of TASIKMALAYA, Considering: a. that with the rapid development of the construction in the town of Tasikmalaya at the moment, it needs to be supported by an increase in the quality and quantity of work are adequate; b. that in order for the quality and quantity of work remained to be done, then secure the control, supervision and coaching consultancy services to the company, planning and supervision of construction and implementing construction services business or a contractor; c. that based on considerations as referred to in letters a and b above, then such arrangements need to be established with local regulations; Remember: 1. Act No. 8 of 1981 on the book of the law of criminal procedure (State Gazette Number 76 of 1981, additional State Gazette Number 3209); 2. Law No. 1 year 1995 concerning limited liability companies (State Gazette No. 13 in 1995, an additional State Gazette Number 3587); 3. Act No. 9 of 1995 concerning small enterprises (State Gazette Number 74 in 1995, an additional State Gazette Number 3611); 4. Law number 5 of 1999 concerning the prohibition of Monopolies and competition practices are Unhealthy Businesses (State Gazette Number 33 of 1999, an additional State Gazette Number 3825); 5. Act No. 8 of 1999 on the protection of the consumer (State Gazette Number 42 in 1999, an additional State Gazette Number 3821); http://bphn.go.id/6. Act No. 18 of 1999 about construction services (State Gazette Number 54 in 1999, an additional Sheet country number 3794); 7. Act No. 28 of 1999 regarding the Organization of a country that is clean and free of corruption, Collusion and Nepotism (State Gazette Number 75 in 1999, an additional Sheet country number 3851); 8. Act No. 34 of 2000 on changes to the Act No. 18 of 1997 on Tax and regional Levies area (State Gazette Number 246 in 2000, an additional sheet is 4048 State number); 9. Act No. 10 of 2001 on the establishment of the town of Tasikmalaya (State Gazette Number 90 in 2001, additional State Gazette Number 4117); 10. Act No. 10 of 2004 concerning the formation of Legislation (State Gazette Number 53 in 2004, an additional Sheet country number 4389); 11. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette Number 125 of 2004, an additional State Gazette Number 4437); 12. Government Regulation Number 28 in 2000 about the efforts and Roles of the construction Services Society (State Gazette Number 63 in 2000, State Gazette Supplementary Number 4099); 13. Government Regulation Number 29 in 2000 on the Organization of construction services (State Gazette Number 64 in 2000, an additional Sheet country number 3956); 14. Government Regulation number 30 in 2000 on the Organization of construction of construction services (State Gazette Number 65 in 2000, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3957); 15. Government Regulation Number 66 in 2001 about Retribution area (State Gazette Number 119 in 2001, additional State Gazette Number 4139); 16. Presidential Decree Number 61 in 2004 about the changes to the presidential decree number 80 in 2003 on Guidelines implementation of Government procurement of goods/services (State Gazette Number 120 in 2003, an additional State Gazette Number 4330); 17. Applicable local Tasikmalaya number 2 in 2003 about the strategic plan of the city of Tasikmalaya (Regional Gazette 2003 No. 2); 18. Rule number 3 Tasikmalaya City Area in 2003 about the Ordinances and Regulations Draft Drafting Engineering area of Tasikmalaya (Sheet Area number 3 in 2003); 19. Applicable local Tasikmalaya No. 2 of 2004 concerning the Permanent Redirection site (2004 Regional Gazette Number 33); 20. Regulation No. 8 of Tasikmalaya City Area in 2004 about the Spatial Plan of the city of Tasikmalaya (2004 Regional Gazette Number 39); http://bphn.go.id/21. Applicable local Tasikmalaya No. 14 of 2004 about the Building Permit (2004 Regional Gazette Number 45); 22. Regulation No. 15 of Tasikmalaya City Area in 2004 about the arrangement of the buildings (the regional Gazette in 2004 No. 46); Together with the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES and Mayor of TASIKMALAYA CITY AREA of TASIKMALAYA, DECIDED REGIONAL REGULATION: setting: the TOWN of TASIKMALAYA ABOUT BUSINESS LICENSE CONSTRUCTION SERVICES CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this Area Regulations is: 1. The area is the town of Tasikmalaya; 2. Local Government is the Mayor and the Region as organizer of local governance; 3. The Mayor is the Mayor of Tasikmalaya; 4. The House of representatives next abbreviated areas of PARLIAMENT is the House of representatives of the regional town of Tasikmalaya; 5. the Department/Agency/Office/Department/Agency is Part/Office/Section designated to handle the Construction Services business license; 6. the head of Department/Agency/Office/Section is the head of Department/Agency/Office/Section designated to handle construction service business license; 7. The institution is an institution as referred to Act No. 18 of 1999 about construction services; 8. the designated Official is employees who are given specific tasks in the field of construction service business license levy in accordance with the applicable Legislation; 9. Statement of Permission which further abbreviated as SPI is a letter of petition to get business license Services construction; 10. Business license construction services hereinafter abbreviated to IUJK is a permission to do business in the field of construction services that http://bphn.go.id/


published by the regional government and the designated Officials or; 11. the letter of Permission is Permit Construction Efforts; 12. Levy hereinafter referred IUJK Levy is the levy money committed by the region over the awarding of the IUJK to the Individual or entity; 13. the governing body is a group of people and or capital which is the unity of the doing business in the field of construction services; 14. The secretariat is the Secretariat of the Licensing Business construction services; 15. cash Cash is an area municipality of Tasikmalaya in West Java branch of Tasikmalaya Bank; 4. Accreditation is an assessment process implemented by the institutions in question by Act No. 18 of 1999 about construction services; 17. Construction Services is a consultancy services planning and supervision of construction works, as well as the services of the implementation of the construction works; 18. Construction work is a whole or part of a series of planning activities and implementation along with supervision or that includes the work of architectural, civil, mechanical, electrical and environmental procedures for each along with its furnishings to realize a building or other physical forms; 19. Construction Planner is a provider of an individual person or entity expressed as experts and professionals in the field of construction services planning capable of embodying the work in the form of building planning documents or other physical forms; 20. The commissioning of construction are those individuals or entities as service providers stated expert and professional in the field of implementation of construction services that are able to organize its activities to realize an outcome of planning into the shape of a building or other physical forms; 21. Construction Supervisor is a provider of individual persons or entities stated expert and professional in the field of supervision of construction services that are capable of carrying out surveillance work since the beginning of the execution of the construction work until completion and diserah terimakan; 22. Construction Services Business is a business that includes line of business, line of business and business form construction services; 23. Users of the service are those individuals or entities as the giver of the task or job/project owner requiring construction services; 24. The service provider is an individual person or entity the activities of its business providing construction services; 25. the overall construction work Contract is the document that governs the legal relationship between service users and service providers in the work of the Organization of the construction; 26. The failure of the building is the State of the building, which once was handed over by the service provider to the user of the service, is not functioning either in whole or in part http://bphn.go.id/and or does not comply with the provisions stated in the employment contract of construction or distorted its utilization as a result of the error provider and/or service users; 27. The Forum construction services is a means of communication and consultation between the Government and the construction services society on matters relating to the issue of national construction services is a national, independent and self sufficient; 28. The classification is part of registration activities to establish its business in the field of construction services according to the areas and sub areas of work or profession categorization work skills and expertise in the field of construction services an individual person according to scientific discipline specific skills and or and or or expertise and functionality each; 29. registration activities are part of the qualifying to determine the categorization effort in the field of construction service according to the level of competence and skill depth/effort, or classifications of the profession skills and expertise of individual people working in the field of construction service according to the level of competence and skill depth/professions and expertise; 30. The compulsory Levy is an individual Person or entity according to the laws and regulations required to make a payment Levy levy; 31. The time of Retribution is a period of time which is the time limit for the compulsory levy to utilize IUJK; 32. The registration is an activity to determine the competence of certain skills and expertise profession, those individuals and business entities to determine the appropriate business license classification and qualification that is manifested in the certificate; 33. Letter of the Ordinance the next regions to Levy abbreviated SKRD is a decree which sets the magnitude of the amount of levy payable; 34. Letter of the Ordinance Levies an additional pay-Less Area for the next SKRDKBT is abbreviated to decree that determines the top supplement the amount of levy that was fixed; 35. Letter of the statutes of the regional Pay Less Levy for the next SKRDKB is abbreviated to decree that determines the magnitude of the amount of the levy payable; 36. The letter of the statutes of the regional Pay More Levy hereinafter abbreviated to SKRDLB is the decree that determines the amount of the excess payment of levies due to the amount of levy credit greater than the levy owed or not supposed to be payable; 37. Letter Bill Levy areas further abbreviated STRD is a letter to do Bill levy and or sanctions in the form of flowers and or fines; 38. The Civil Affairs Office Clerk who then shortened in 1988, is a particular civil servant Officials in the local government Environment that is specifically authorized by law to conduct investigation against violation of local regulations; http://bphn.go.id/


CHAPTER II PRINCIPLES and OBJECTIVES article 2 Setting construction services is based on the principles of honesty, fairness, benefit, harmony, balance, independence, openness, partnership security and safety for the benefit of the community, the nation and the State. Article 3 Setting construction services aims to: 1. Provide direction of growth and development of the construction services business structure to achieve a solid, reliable, high competitive power, and yield a quality construction work; 2. Realize the orderly conduct of the construction work that ensures equality of position between service users and service providers in rights and obligations, and to improve compliance with the provisions of the applicable Legislation; 3. Realize an increase in the participation of the community in the field of construction services. CHAPTER III the type, FORM and CONSTRUCTION SERVICE BUSINESS article 4 type of business construction services include: 1. the construction planning Efforts that provide planning services in construction work includes a series of activities or parts of activities ranging from the study of development up to the preparation of construction contract documents; 2. implementation of construction Business that provides implementation services include the construction of a series of activities or parts of activities ranging from field preparation up to final delivery results of construction works; 3. construction supervision Business provides supervision services good overall or in part the implementation of construction work starting from the preparation of the field until the final delivery results of construction work. Article 5 (1) construction Service Efforts may take the form of individual people or business entities. (2) the form of work done by the individual referred to in subsection (1) above the executor constructs can only carry out construction work at risk small technologically simple, and that cost is small. http://bphn.go.id/(3) form of business conducted by the individual person referred to subsection (1) above as construction Planner or executor construction or construction supervisor can only carry out the work in accordance with the field of his expertise. (4) construction work large and risky or high-tech and large cost or which can only be done by a business entity in the form of a limited liability company (PT) or foreign business entities are used interchangeably. Article 6 the field of construction service business consists of: 1. Architecture which includes: a. Housing and settlements; b. Landscaping; c. Interior; d. Buildings and factories; e. other activities are used interchangeably. 2. civil Fields include: a. areas of drainage and Irrigation Networks; b. fields of roads, bridges, runways and Land Drilling Locations; c. the Sub fields of road and railway bridge; d. Reclaiming and Dredging; e. Piers, detention of waves and ground (Break Water and Talud); f. Drilling ground water; g. Underwater Dams; h. dams; i. Piping; j. Digging or Mining; k. Construction mining and power generation; b. other activities Or used interchangeably. 3. electrical Field which consists of: a. Electrical and power generation; b. Tata air or Air Conditioning (AC); c. transmission of Electricity; d. other activities Or used interchangeably. 4. mechanical Field consisting of: a. Mechanical Work; b. Factory Playporn; c. Transport the appliance Installation; d. installation of production facilities; e. other activities Or used interchangeably. 5. Construction services and environmental layout consisting of: a. Governance environment; b. Planning; c. Supervision; d. other activities Or used interchangeably. http://bphn.go.id/CHAPTER IV REQUIREMENTS EFFORT, expertise and SKILLS Chapter 7 implementing construction, construction Planners and supervisors of construction in the form of a business entity must first: 1. Meet the provisions of the licensing business in the field of construction services; 2. Have the certificate, classification, and qualifying companies construction services; Article 8 (1) Planners of construction and construction supervisors, the individual person must first have a certificate of expertise. (2) Implementing an individual person constructs must have a certificate of job skills and job skills certificates. (3) an individual who is employed by a business entity as construction Planner or supervisor of construction or energy in a particular business entity implementing construction must have a certificate of expertise. (4) labor, environmental undertakings which work on the commissioning of construction must have the certificate of skills and expertise in their field of work. Chapter V PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY and article 9 (1) a business entity as referred to article 7 and the individual referred to article 8 should be responsible for the results of his work. (2) Responsibility referred to subsection (1) above is based on the principles of expertise in accordance with scientific rules, propriety and intellectual honesty in the conduct of his profession with still give priority to common interests. (3) in order to realize the responsibility referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) is through the mechanism of protection in accordance with the provisions of the Laws applicable invitation. CHAPTER VI ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT and CONSTRUCTION SERVICES BUSINESS QUALIFICATION of article 10 (1) construction services Business developed to realize a solid business structure and efficiency through synergic partnership among large businesses, small and medium enterprises as well as between businesses that are public, specialists and particular skill. http://bphn.go.id/


(2) construction planning Efforts and oversight of construction developed towards the efforts of the nonprofit public and specialists. (3) execution of the construction Effort developed towards: a. businesses that are General and specialist; b. individual efforts that berketerampilan work. Article 11 (1) construction services business Qualification is based on the level of competency or depth of capability and potential of the business which are classified in: a. service providers who carry out the work to the value of the cost up to Rp. 100,000,000.0-; b. service providers who carry out the work with a value above the cost of Rp. 100,000,000.0 until Rp. 400,000,000.0-; c. service providers who carry out the work with a value above the cost of Rp. 400,000,000.0 until Rp. 1,000,000,000.0-; d. service providers who carry out the work with a value above the cost of Rp. 1,000,000,000.0 until Rp. 3,000,000,000.0; e. service providers who carry out the work with a value above the cost of Rp. 10,000,000,000.0-; (2) Limits the qualifications referred to in paragraph (1) above are set more by the Mayor. CHAPTER VII is considered part of the IUJK ORGANIZATION of the Authority Granting Permission article 12 granting of IUJK implemented by the local authorities to do the validation and verification of the data of a business entity or individual person based on ownership classification and qualifications that have been issued by Institutes and accredited associations. Article 13 (1) every person is an individual or entity that conducts business activities of construction services must be obtained IUJK from the Mayor. (2) IUJK referred to subsection (1) above cannot be moved except by hand over the Mayor's permission. The second part of the publication of the IUJK Article 14 (1) IUJK published per period (2) for each period is three (3) years. http://bphn.go.id/(3) Each 1 (one) year IUJK holder is obligated to re-register (herregistrasi). The third part Registration Procedures of article 15 (1) every person is an individual or entity that carries out business activities in the field of construction services must first have IUJK from the Mayor. (2) the application for IUJK as referred to paragraph (1) above is submitted to the Mayor through the Department/Agency/office/designated Section, attaching the terms in accordance with the Legislation in force. (3) for those individuals or entities that apply for IUJK advance registration by filling out the form SPI. (4) the form filled out by compulsory Levy SPI clearly complete and correct list of mandatory charging as retribution. (5) the form, content and the procedures for filling out the form set by the Mayor. Article 16 (1) to get IUJK as referred to in article 12 the applicant must apply in writing to the Mayor through the Department/Agency/Office/Part-appointed. (2) the procedures and requirements for obtaining IUJK arranged further by the Mayor. The fourth part Pemindahtanganan IUJK article 17 (1) in the event that the holder of the IUJK died or because something for some reason ceased to be the holder of the IUJK, then the heirs or persons who got the rights thereof selambat the latest four (4) months since the death of the holder of the permit or the time of the Act of transfer of rights is obliged to apply to the names behind the Mayor. (2) the procedures and conditions behind the name referred to in subsection (1) are governed further by a mayor. CHAPTER VIII the CONSTRUCTION of Article 18 (1) the Mayor is doing the construction construction services in the form of arrangements, empowerment and supervision. http://bphn.go.id/(2) the arrangement referred to subsection (1) is done by publishing the regulations and technical standards. (3) Empowerment as referred to in subsection (1) done to the business community and construction services for the menumbuhkembangkan awareness of rights and obligations as well as its role in the implementation of construction services. (4) the supervision referred to subsection (1) made against the Organization of construction work to ensure the realization of orderly construction services in accordance with the provisions of the applicable legislation. (5) the implementation of the construction referred to subsection (1) may be executed together with the General construction services. CHAPTER IX is considered part of the LEVY Levy IUJK article 19 for each issuance of IUJK imposed a levy based on the aim to replace the costs of organizing the publication of IUJK include administration costs, duplication forms, printing of the certificate, operational costs, coaching, supervision and control of service users, service providers and community construction. The second part of the name, the subject and object of a levy on article 20 (1) by the name of IUJK Levy imposed Levies against a given Area by local governments in the form of granting IUJK. (2) the objects of Retribution is the grant IUJK to the Individual or agency. (3) the subject of Retribution is an individual person or entity that acquires IUJK. The third section of The chapter 21 Levy Levy IUJK is classed as a particular licensing retribution. http://bphn.go.id/


The fourth part of the determination of the magnitude of Tariff Levies Article 22 the magnitude of tariff levies are set as follows: 1. for the implementation of Construction Services (Chartering) a. service providers who have the ability to carry out the work to the value of the cost up to Rp. 100,000,000.0 until Rp. 100,000.0-IE-(one hundred thousand rupiah) per field; b. service provider who has the ability to carry out the work with a value above the cost of Rp. 100,000,000.0 until Rp-400,000,000.0 Rp-150,000.0.-(one hundred fifty thousand rupiah) per field; c. service providers who have the ability to carry out the work with a value above the cost of Rp. 400,000,000.0 until Rp. 1,000,000,000.0-Rp. 200,000.0 (two hundred thousand rupiah) per field; d. service providers who have the ability to carry out the work with a value above the cost of Rp. 1,000,000,000.0 until Rp-3,000,000,000.0 Rp-750,000.0.-(seven hundred fifty thousand rupiah) per field; e. service provider who has the ability to carry out the work with a value above the cost of Rp. 3,000,000,000.0 until Rp-10,000,000,000.0 Rp-1,500,000.0.-(one million five hundred thousand rupiah) per field; f. service providers who have the ability to carry out the work with a value above the cost of Rp. 10,000,000,000.0-Rp. 2,500,000.0 (two million five hundred thousand rupiah) per field; 2. for the services of a Consultant (planning and supervision of construction) a. service providers who have the ability to carry out the work to the value of the cost up to Rp. 200,000,000.0-Rp. 200,000.0 (two hundred thousand rupiah) per field; b. service provider who has the ability to carry out the work with a value above the cost of Rp. 200,000,000.0-up to 500,000,000.0-Rp. 500,000.0 (five hundred thousand rupiah) per field; c. service providers who have the ability to carry out the work with a value above the cost of Rp 500,000,000.0 Rp-750,000.0.-(seven hundred fifty thousand rupiah) per field; The fifth part of the determination of the magnitude of the cost of re-List (Herregistrasi) Article 23 determination of magnitude of cost re-list (herregistrasi) established by the Mayor. http://bphn.go.id/the sixth Voting exercise of section 24 (1) the implementation of the levy of the poll could not be diborongkan to third parties. (2) Levy imposed by using SKRD or other documents used interchangeably. The seventh part of the determination and payment of the levy on Article 25 (1) fixing of Levies based on SPTRD by publishing SKRD or other documents used interchangeably. (2) in this SPTRD not satisfied by compulsory levy as it should be, then published by SKRD head of Department/Agency/Office/section or designated Officials. Article 26 When based on inspection results found new data or data that previously have not revealed which led to the addition of the number of levies owed, then issued an additional SKRD. Article 27 (1) the payment of Retribution done in the Cash area or elsewhere who is appointed in accordance with the specified time using SKRD, SKRD from officials and additional SKRD. (2) in the event that payment is made elsewhere designated, then the results of the acceptance levy must be paid in cash to the latest selambat Area 1 x 24 hours or within the time specified by the Mayor. (3) if payment of the levy is made after the specified time passes as referred to in paragraph (1) above, the Administration penalized in the form of an interest rate of 2% (two percent) by publishing STRD. Article 28 (1) the payment of the levy must be made in cash/paid off. (2) the mayor or appointed Officials can grant permission to a Compulsory Levy to mengangsur levy payable in a period of time for reasons that can be accounted for. (3) the procedures for the payment of the levies referred to paragraph (2) above is defined by the Mayor. Article 29 (1) the payment of the levy referred to in Article 22 of the regulation area is given a payment. (2) any payments recorded in the books of the acceptance. http://bphn.go.id/(3) the form, content, quality, size of the book and the levy payment set by the Mayor. The eighth section of the top billing Payment Late Retribution, reduction, and Lightening Levy article 30 (1) letter of Reprimand/warning Expenditure/other similar letters as early actions implementing billing levy issued soon after 7 (seven) working days since the payment is due. (2) within a period of 7 (seven) days after the date of the letter of reprimand/warning/other similar letters, the compulsory levy should pay retribusinya owed. (3) a letter of Reprimand as referred to in paragraph (1) above, issued by designated Officials. Article 31 form forms used for billing implementation of levy referred to in article 30 paragraph (1) above is defined by the Mayor. Article 32 (1) the Mayor may give reductions and waivers retribution. (2) the procedures for the granting of waivers and reductions of levy referred to in subsection (1) above is defined by the Mayor. Part the ninth Correction, reduction, elimination or reduction in the Provision of sanctions administration and Cancellation of article 33 (1) Compulsory levies may apply for a correction and a STRD SKRD in publication there are typos, errors or calculate and confusion in the determination of the Regulations Levy area. (2) Compulsory Levies may apply for a reduction or removal of administrative sanction in the form of flowers or hike levy owed in terms of the sanctions imposed because of the ignorance of the Compulsory levy or not because of his error. (3) Compulsory levies may apply for a reduction or cancellation of the Ordinance levies that are not true. (4) the petition for rectification referred to in paragraph (1) above, a reduction of the provision, or the reduction of the administrative sanctions referred to in paragraph (2) above and cancellation as referred to paragraph (3) above must be submitted in writing by a compulsory levy to the Mayor, or officials designated most longer than 30 (thirty) days since http://bphn.go.id/


date received SKRD STRD and by providing a clear and convincing reasons to support their petition. (5) the decision on the petition referred to paragraph (2) above was issued by the mayor or Officials designated the longest of three (3) months from the application letter is received. (6) If after 3 (three) months referred to in subsection (5) above the mayor or appointed Officials did not give a decision, then the application for correction, reduction of the provision, or the reduction of administrative sanctions and the revocation is deemed granted. The tenth part of the calculation of the refund of Overpaid Levies Article 34 (1) the compulsory levy must apply in writing to the Mayor for the calculation of the refund of excess payment of levy. (2) on the basis of application as referred to in paragraph (1) above, the excess payment of levy can be directly calculated in advance with debt levy and admnistrasi in the form of sanctions or interest by the Mayor. (3) upon petition as referred to paragraph (2) above, which is entitled to the excess payment may be taken into account with the payment of the levy. Article 35 (1) in the case of excess payment of levy that still remain after the calculation is performed as intended by article 34 above, published SKRDLB at least 2 (two) months from the receipt of the application for a refund of the excess payment of levy. (2) the excess payment of levy referred to in subsection (1) above is returned to a compulsory levy of at least 2 (two) months from the published SKRDLB. (3) a refund of excess payment of retribution done after passing a 2 (two) months from the publication of SKRDLB, the Mayor of gives in return for interest of 2% (two percent) a month for the delay in payment of the excess levy. Article 36 (1) Refund referred to Article 34 of the above done by issuing warrants to pay excess levies. (2) upon the calculation referred to in Article 35 of the above published evidence applicable balance transfer as well as proof of payment. http://bphn.go.id/CHAPTER X PENALTIES Article 37 (1) organizers of construction work may be subject to administrative sanctions and criminal or Regulatory violations in this Area. (2) administrative Sanctions referred to subsection (1) above are subject to the service provider in the form of: a. a written warning; b. temporary suspension of construction work; c. restrictions on the business activities and or profession; d. the freezing of business license and or profession; e. revocation of business or profession. (3) administrative Sanctions referred to subsection (1) above are subject to service users in the form of: a. a written warning; b. temporary suspension of construction work; c. restrictions on the business activities and or profession; d. the prohibition while the use of the results of the construction works; e. permit Freezing the implementation of construction works; f. revocation implementation construction work. (4) the procedures for the implementation and application of administrative sanctions is regulated further by the Mayor. Article 38 (1) whosoever performs planning construction works that do not meet environmental conditions and result in failure or failure of building construction work are criminal not more than 5 (five) years imprisonment or subject to a maximum fine of 10% (ten percent) of the value of the contract. (2) whoever performs the execution of the construction works to the contrary or incompatible with the provisions of the environmental set and result in failure or failure of building construction work subject to a criminal more than 5 (five) years imprisonment or fined at most 5% (five per cent) of the value of the contract. (3) whoever performs the supervision of the execution of the construction work by deliberately giving chance to others who carry out the construction works, environmental provisions against irregularities do and caused the incidence of failure or failure of building construction work are criminal not more than 5 (five) years imprisonment or subject to a maximum fine of 10% (ten percent) of the value of the contract. http://bphn.go.id/CHAPTER XI INVESTIGATION Section 39 (1) of the particular civil servant Officials in the environs of the City Government as special investigators are empowered to conduct investigation criminal acts in the field of IUJK; (2) the authority of the investigator as referred to in subsection (1) is: a. receive, seek, collect and examine information or reports with respect to the crime in the levy so that such reports or information becomes more complete and clear; b. researching, finding and collecting information on individual persons or legal entities about the truth of the acts committed in connection with a criminal offence in the field of IUJK; c. requesting information and evidence of those individuals or legal entities in respect of criminal acts in the field of IUJK; d. examine the books, records and other documents relating to criminal acts in the field of IUJK; e. do penggeladahan to get evidence bookkeeping, record keeping and other documents as well as do foreclosures against evidence; f. enlisted the help of experts in the framework of the implementation of the tasks in the field of crime investigation IUJK; g. sent stop, prohibits a person leaving the room or place at the time of the ongoing examination and checking the identity of the person or the document referred to in subparagraph a; h. photographing someone related to the crime IUJK; i. call the people to be heard and examined his statement as a suspect or a witness; j. stop the investigation; k. perform other actions that are necessary for the smooth running of the crime investigation in the IUJK according to the law which can be accounted for. (3) the investigator as referred to in paragraph (1) above tells the beginning of the investigation and convey the results of penyidikannya to the public prosecutor in accordance with the provisions of the applicable Legislation. CHAPTER XII of the CRIMINAL PROVISIONS of article 40 (1) Compulsory levies that are not to the detriment of financial responsilities Area threatened criminal confinement of not longer than three (3) months or a maximum fine of Rp 5,000,000.0.-(five million rupiah). http://bphn.go.id/


(2) a criminal offence as referred to in paragraph (1) above are criminal acts of infringement. CHAPTER XIII TRANSITIONAL PROVISION Article 41 (1) with the enactment of the regulations in this Area, then the provisions regulating the IUJK previously stated does not apply. (2) IUJK has been published prior to the enactment of Regulations in this Area was declared still valid until it expires. CHAPTER XIV CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 42 other things haven't quite set in the regulation of this area is all about technical implementation will be set later by the Mayor. Article 43 of regulation of this area comes into force on the date of promulgation. So that everyone can know it, ordered the enactment of regulations in this Area with its placement in Tasikmalaya City Area of the sheet. Set in Tasikmalaya on 12 April 2005 the MAYOR of TASIKMALAYA, Ttd. H. BUBUN BUNYAMIN Enacted in Tasikmalaya on April 13, 2005 the SECRETARY of the REGIONAL CITY of TASIKMALAYA Ttd. H. ENDANG SUHENDAR TASIKMALAYA CITY AREA SHEET 2005 NUMBERS 55 http://bphn.go.id/C SERIES

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