KEWAJIBAN PENGGUNAAN BAHASA INDONESIA DALAM KONTRAK ASING DI INDONESIA

YOLANDINI, WINDY and Emirzon, Joni and Apriandi, Mada (2020) KEWAJIBAN PENGGUNAAN BAHASA INDONESIA DALAM KONTRAK ASING DI INDONESIA. Master thesis, Sriwijaya University.

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Abstract

One of the elements required in entering into agreements made in Indonesia is the use of Indonesian. Strictly the use of Indonesian Language especially in foreign contracts can be seen in Article 31 paragraph (1) of Regulation Number 24 Year 2009 concerning Flags, Languages, and State institutions as well as the national anthem. However, this Regulation does not have legal consequences for agreements using languages other than Indonesian resulting in a dispute regarding the consequences of these legal actions. The problems discussed in this thesis were about Philosophy and arrangements related to foreign contracts in Indonesia, the legal consequences of contracts that do not use Indonesian, and the regulation of the obligation to use Indonesian in foreign contracts that are supposed to be for and the economic development in Indonesia. The research method used was normative legal research explaining and Indonesia. The conclusion technique used the deductive method. Based on the results of the study, the philosophy of regulation related to the use of Indonesian in a contract was protect Indonesian citizens, while the arrangement was contained in the Regulation Number 24 Year 2009 concerning Flags, Languages, State Symbols, and National Anthem, and the Presidential Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number Indonesian. As a result of a contract that does not use Indonesian language in fact cannot be null and void by law this is because an agreement can be called null and void if it does not meet the provisions in article 1320, article 1335, and article 1337 of the Civil Code. Regarding the supposed regulation of the obligation to use Indonesian in foreign contracts stipulated i 2009 concerning Flags, Languages and Symbols of the State and National Anthems the need for revisions related to the use of Indonesian which is public but also private. Suggestions for this research are the provisions in article 31 paragraph (I) of the Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 24 of 2009 concerning Flags, Languages and Symbols of the State National Anthems need to be revised that not only regulates agreements that are public but also private ones. If there is an agreement that does not use Indonesian, it should not be considered null and void by law, other than that there needs to be strict sanctions against agreements that do not use Indonesian. As a result of a contract that does not use Indonesian language in fact it cannot be said null and void by law this is because an agreement can be called null and void if it does not meet the provisions of article 1320, article 1335, and article 1337 of the Civil Code. Regarding the supposed regulation of the obligation to use Indonesian in foreign contracts stipulated in Article 31 paragraph (1) of the Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 24 of 2009 concerning Flags, Languages and Symbols of the State and National Anthems, the need for revisions related to the use of Indonesian which is public but also private. The suggestions for this study are the provisions in article 31 paragraph (I) of the Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 24 of 2009 concerning Flags, Languages and Symbols of the State and National Anthems need to be revised to regulate not only public agreements but also private ones. If there is an agreement that does not use Indonesian, it should not be considered null and void by law, other than that there needs to be strict sanctions on the agreements that do not use Indonesian. Keywords: Obligations, Use of Indonesian Language, Foreign Contracts

Item Type: Thesis (Master)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Kewajiban, Kontrak Asing, Penggunaan Bahasa Indonesia
Subjects: K Law > K Law (General) > K1024-1132 Commercial contracts
K Law > K Law (General) > K85-89 Legal research
K Law > KB Religious law in general. Comparative religious law. Jurisprudence > KB3190-3429 Economic law
Divisions: 02-Faculty of Law > 74101-Law (S2)
Depositing User: Users 5528 not found.
Date Deposited: 16 Oct 2020 06:53
Last Modified: 16 Oct 2020 06:53
URI: http://repository.unsri.ac.id/id/eprint/36351

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