The regulations that are agrarian Indonesia will not allow international nationals (WNA) to possess Hak Milik (freehold) land in Indonesia. In reality, Indonesian citizens (WNI) who possess blended marriages with foreigner nationals cannot have Hak Milik (Freehold) ownership legal rights in the land, as the land may be blended and become section of a joint wedding home.
In a blended marriage an Indonesian citizen is hitched up to a internationwide nationwide, and also this in terms of land ownership, particularly for Indonesian citizens, may result in land belonging to Indonesian residents becoming blended into assets owned by foreigners, (called joint assets). Consequently, an Indonesian resident cannot obtain Hak Milik (freehold) land after marrying an international nationwide.
In joint assets, home acquired by wife and husband during wedding are not managed by each wife and husband, but they have been in joint ownership. Continua a leggere