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xiv, 207 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Islam and pluralism
  • Rawls and the challenge of faith
  • Faith and freedom in Indonesian law
  • MUI : the institutionalising of Indonesian islam
  • Case study part 1: The language of devotion
  • Case study part 2: Innovation on trial
  • Islam, public reason and the state.
This book draws on the work of Rawls to explore the interaction between faith, law and the right to religious freedom in post-Soeharto Indonesia, the world's largest democracy after India and the United States. It argues that enforcement of Islamic principles by the state is inconsistent with religious diversity and the country's liberal constitution. The book thus contributes to understanding the role of religion in the development of democracy in the world's largest Muslim nation. A key objective is to test the argument that Rawls' thinking about public reason cannot apply to the case of Indonesia, and Muslim states more broadly. The book therefore contributes to emerging scholarship that considers Rawls in a Muslim context. In addition to examining public reason in detail and considering critiques of the concept, the work highlights the fact that the theory was created to deal with value pluralism and is therefore relevant in any religious setting, including an Islamic one. In doing so, it emphasises that Islam is multifaceted and demonstrates the difficulties, and negative consequences, of integrating faith and law in a liberal state.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138694675 20170220
Law Library (Crown)
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xiv, 207 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Preface Abbreviations Glossary Chapter 1: Islam and Pluralism Setting the scene - sholat dwi bahasa Ritual prayer - a Pillar of Islam Islam, the Constitution and the State Contribution of the Research - Why Rawls? Chapter Outline Chapter 2: Rawls and the Challenge of Faith Political liberalism Overlapping Consensus Public reason The Role of Courts Commentary and critique Agreement and Divergence Conclusion Chapter 3: Faith and Freedom in Indonesian Law The Promotion and Protection of Religion State, Law and Religion Judicial review of the Blasphemy Law The Constitution - Compromise or Compromised? Conclusion Chapter 4: MUI - The Institutionalising of Indonesian Islam Islam in Indonesia Innovation and related concepts Innovation in Indonesian Islam Majelis Ulama Indonesia and its fatawa Orthodoxy Entrenched Conclusion Chapter 5: Case Study Part 1 - The Language of Devotion Pondok Itikaf Jamaah Ngaji Lelaku The publications The fatawa Key events Reaction and Resonances Conclusion Chapter 6: Case Study Part 2 - Innovation on Trial The Indictment Evidence Defence Case Court Decision Appeals Blasphemy - A Case Note Conclusion Chapter 7: Islam, Public Reason and the State Case Study of Post-Soeharto Indonesia Rawls, Islam and the State Pluralism and Liberalism in Indonesia Rawls and Indonesian Pluralism Postscript Bibliography International Instruments Legislation and Legislative Instruments Cases Books and Journal Articles Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138694675 20170220
This book draws on the work of Rawls to explore the interaction between faith, law and the right to religious freedom in post-Soeharto Indonesia, the world's largest democracy after India and the United States. It argues that enforcement of Islamic principles by the state is inconsistent with religious diversity and the country's liberal constitution. The book thus contributes to understanding the role of religion in the development of democracy in the world's largest Muslim nation. A key objective is to test the argument that Rawls' thinking about public reason cannot apply to the case of Indonesia, and Muslim states more broadly. The book therefore contributes to emerging scholarship that considers Rawls in a Muslim context. In addition to examining public reason in detail and considering critiques of the concept, the work highlights the fact that the theory was created to deal with value pluralism and is therefore relevant in any religious setting, including an Islamic one. In doing so, it emphasises that Islam is multifaceted and demonstrates the difficulties, and negative consequences, of integrating faith and law in a liberal state.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138694675 20170220
Green Library
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xxvii, 263 pages : illustration ; 22 cm
  • Introduction.- The State and Religion: an Overview.- Theorising Regulation of Religion.- Religion and Religious Life in Indonesia: Legacies from the Past.- Negotiating Boundaries of Religion Roles in the State System.- Religion and the Intrusive Constitutions.- Ketuhanan Yang Maha Esa: Contests of Meaning and Interpretation.- The Ministry of Religious Affairs, Muslim Community and the Administration of Religious Life.- Regulating Ketuhanan Yang Maha Esa in Public Life.- Suharto New Order's Regime, Development Program and Religion.- Governmentalisation of Religious Policies.- Managing Religious Tension.- Islamic Populism over Minority Rights.- Old Issues New Controversies: Cases of the Place of Worship, the Ahmadiyah Group and the Judicial Review of Vilification Law.- Conclusion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789811028267 20170502
This book analyses the relation between state and religion in Indonesia, considering both the philosophical underpinning of government intervention on religious life but also cases and regulations related to religious affairs in Indonesia. Examining state regulation of religious affairs, it focuses on understanding its origin, history and consequences on citizens' religious life in modern Indonesia, arguing that while Indonesian constitutions have preserved religious freedom, they have also tended to construct wide-ranging discretionary powers in the government to control religious life and oversee religious freedom. Over more than four decades, Indonesian governments have constructed a variety of policies on religion based on constitutional legacies interpreted in the light of the norms and values of the existing religious majority group. A cutting edge examination of the tension between religious order and harmony on one hand, and protecting religious freedom for all on the other, this book offers a cutting edge study of how the history of regulating religion has been about the constant negotiation for the boundaries of authority between the state and the religious majority group.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789811028267 20170502
Green Library
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xxvii, 263 pages ; 22 cm
  • The state and religion : an overview
  • Theorizing regulation of religion
  • Religion and religious life in Indonesia : legacies from the past
  • Negotiating boundaries of religion roles in the state system
  • Religion and intrusive constitutions
  • Ketuhanan yang maha esa : contests of meaning and interpretation
  • The Ministry of Religious Affairs, the Muslim community and the administration of religious life
  • Regulating ketuhanan yang maha esa in public life
  • Suharto's new order's regime, development programme and religion
  • Govermentalization of religious policies
  • Managing religious tension
  • Islamic populism over minority rights
  • Old issues new controversies : cases of the places of worship, the Ahmadiyah Group and the judicial review of the vilification law.
This book analyses the relation between state and religion in Indonesia, considering both the philosophical underpinning of government intervention on religious life but also cases and regulations related to religious affairs in Indonesia. Examining state regulation of religious affairs, it focuses on understanding its origin, history and consequences on citizens' religious life in modern Indonesia, arguing that while Indonesian constitutions have preserved religious freedom, they have also tended to construct wide-ranging discretionary powers in the government to control religious life and oversee religious freedom. Over more than four decades, Indonesian governments have constructed a variety of policies on religion based on constitutional legacies interpreted in the light of the norms and values of the existing religious majority group. A cutting edge examination of the tension between religious order and harmony on one hand, and protecting religious freedom for all on the other, this book offers a cutting edge study of how the history of regulating religion has been about the constant negotiation for the boundaries of authority between the state and the religious majority group.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789811028267 20170502
Law Library (Crown)
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xiv, 270 pages ; 24 cm
  • List of abbreviations-- Acknowledgements-- Introduction-- 1. How state elites mediate the influence of Islamist activists in Indonesia-- 2. Islamist activism, the state and shari'a policymaking between 1945 and 1998-- 3. State elites and institutional change-- 4. The accumulation and exercise of power in local politics after 1998-- 5. Islamist parties after 1998: mobilization without influence-- 6. The mobilization and lobbying efforts of Islamist movements after 1998-- 7. Providing political resources in exchange for the adoption of shari'a regulations-- 8. Conclusion: summary of findings and avenues for future research-- Appendix 1-- Appendix 2-- Appendix 3-- Bibliography-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107130227 20161003
The Islamization of politics in Indonesia after 1998 presents an underexplored puzzle: why has there been a rise in the number of shari'a laws despite the electoral decline of Islamist parties? Michael Buehler presents an analysis of the conditions under which Islamist activists situated outside formal party politics may capture and exert influence in Muslim-majority countries facing democratization. His analysis shows that introducing competitive elections creates new pressures for entrenched elites to mobilize and structure the electorate, thereby opening up new opportunities for Islamist activists to influence politics. Buehler's analysis of changing state-religion relations in formerly authoritarian Islamic countries illuminates broader theoretical debates on Islamization in the context of democratization. This timely text is essential reading for students, scholars, and government analysts.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107130227 20161003
Law Library (Crown)
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xiv, 270 pages ; 24 cm
  • List of abbreviations-- Acknowledgements-- Introduction-- 1. How state elites mediate the influence of Islamist activists in Indonesia-- 2. Islamist activism, the state and shari'a policymaking between 1945 and 1998-- 3. State elites and institutional change-- 4. The accumulation and exercise of power in local politics after 1998-- 5. Islamist parties after 1998: mobilization without influence-- 6. The mobilization and lobbying efforts of Islamist movements after 1998-- 7. Providing political resources in exchange for the adoption of shari'a regulations-- 8. Conclusion: summary of findings and avenues for future research-- Appendix 1-- Appendix 2-- Appendix 3-- Bibliography-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107130227 20161003
The Islamization of politics in Indonesia after 1998 presents an underexplored puzzle: why has there been a rise in the number of shari'a laws despite the electoral decline of Islamist parties? Michael Buehler presents an analysis of the conditions under which Islamist activists situated outside formal party politics may capture and exert influence in Muslim-majority countries facing democratization. His analysis shows that introducing competitive elections creates new pressures for entrenched elites to mobilize and structure the electorate, thereby opening up new opportunities for Islamist activists to influence politics. Buehler's analysis of changing state-religion relations in formerly authoritarian Islamic countries illuminates broader theoretical debates on Islamization in the context of democratization. This timely text is essential reading for students, scholars, and government analysts.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107130227 20161003
Green Library
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xxxviii, 184 pages ; 25 cm.
  • 1. Introduction 2. The international legal framework for REDD+ 3. Indonesia and international climate law and policy 4. The institutional environment for REDD+ in Indonesia 5. Implementing international law in Indonesian law 6. National regulatory framework for REDD+ in Indonesia 7. Jurisdictional conflicts and REDD+ 8. Judicial and administrative relief and remedies 9. The Indonesian Constitutional Court and REDD+ 10. Conclusion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138833623 20160618
Deforestation in tropical rainforest countries is one of the largest contributors to human-induced climate change. Deforestation, especially in the tropics, contributes around 20 per cent of annual global greenhouse gas emissions, and, in the case of Indonesia, amounts to 85 per cent of its annual emissions from human activities. This book provides a comprehensive assessment of the emerging legal and policy frameworks for managing forests as a key means to address climate change. The authors uniquely combine an assessment of the international rules for forestry governance with a detailed assessment of the legal and institutional context of Indonesia; one of the most globally important test case jurisdictions for the effective roll-out of 'Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Degradation' (REDD). Using Indonesia as a key case study, the book explores challenges that heavily forested States face in resource management to address climate mitigation imperatives, such as providing safeguards for local communities and indigenous peoples. This book will be of great relevance to students, scholars and policymakers with an interest in international environmental law, climate change and environment and sustainability studies in general.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138833623 20160618
Green Library
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xxxv, 312 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Establishment of the constitutional court
  • The structure of the court
  • External constraints
  • Court-imposed constraints
  • Jurisdictional expansion
  • Indonesian elections
  • Legislative elections
  • Presidential elections
  • Electoral disputes before the constitutional court : between 'Mahkamah Kalkulator' and 'substantive justice'.
"The Constitutional Court and Democracy in Indonesia" provides detailed, English-language analysis of the decision-making of Indonesia's Constitutional Court in democracy-related cases.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004244177 20160618
Law Library (Crown)
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xi, 214 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Unpacking legal pluralism
  • Shifting legal orders
  • Competing jurisdictions
  • Unequal legal options
  • Contested lawmaking
  • Disputed land ownership
  • Orphaned grandchildren
  • Insurance benefits
  • Triple divorce
  • Conclusion.
The first ethnographic account of legal disputes, practice and institutions in post tsunami Aceh. Indonesia has probably the fastest changing legal system in the Muslim world. This ethnographic account of legal pluralism in the post conflict and disaster situation in Aceh addresses changes in both the national legal system and the regional legal structure in the province. Focusing on the encounter between diverse patterns of legal reasoning advocated by multiple actors and by different institutions (local, national and international; official and unofficial; judicial, political and social cultural) it considers the vast array of issues arising in the wake of the December 2004 earthquake and tsunami in Aceh. It investigates disputes about rights to land and other forms of property, power relations, the conflict of rules, gender relationships, the right to make decisions, and prevailing norms. These disputes are presented on multiple levels and in various forums, either through negotiation or adjudication, regardless of whether they are settled or not. The cases involve various actors from villages, the courts, the provincial government and the legislature, the national Supreme Court and the central government of Indonesia. It covers legal disputes surrounding inheritance, marriage and divorce, legislation and law making, land dispute, non Muslims and sharia, and religious courts; includes compelling legal case studies from the post disaster situation and presents law as a site of contestation reflecting the unique set of conflicts arising after the 2004 tsunami.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780748693337 20160618
Law Library (Crown)
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xi, 214 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm
The first ethnographic account of legal disputes, practice and institutions in post tsunami Aceh. Indonesia has probably the fastest changing legal system in the Muslim world. This ethnographic account of legal pluralism in the post conflict and disaster situation in Aceh addresses changes in both the national legal system and the regional legal structure in the province. Focusing on the encounter between diverse patterns of legal reasoning advocated by multiple actors and by different institutions (local, national and international; official and unofficial; judicial, political and social cultural) it considers the vast array of issues arising in the wake of the December 2004 earthquake and tsunami in Aceh. It investigates disputes about rights to land and other forms of property, power relations, the conflict of rules, gender relationships, the right to make decisions, and prevailing norms. These disputes are presented on multiple levels and in various forums, either through negotiation or adjudication, regardless of whether they are settled or not. The cases involve various actors from villages, the courts, the provincial government and the legislature, the national Supreme Court and the central government of Indonesia. It covers legal disputes surrounding inheritance, marriage and divorce, legislation and law making, land dispute, non Muslims and sharia, and religious courts; includes compelling legal case studies from the post disaster situation and presents law as a site of contestation reflecting the unique set of conflicts arising after the 2004 tsunami.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780748693337 20160618
Green Library
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viii, 194 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction 1. Women's Movements in Muslim Societies 2. Women and the Implementation of Islamic Law in Aceh 3. Gender and Women's Movements in Aceh 4. Conversation on Equality and Rights 5. MISPI, Agency, Identity, and the Reform of Islamic law in Aceh Conclusion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138819368 20160618
This book examines the life of women in the Indonesian province of Aceh, where Islamic law was introduced in 1999. It outlines how women have had to face the formalisation of conservative understandings of sharia law in regulations and new state institutions over the last decade or so, how they have responded to this, forming non-governmental organisations (NGOs) that have shaped local discourse on women's rights, equality and status in Islam, and how these NGOs have strategised, demanded reform, and enabled Acehnese women to take active roles in influencing the processes of democratisation and Islamisation that are shaping the province. The book shows that although the formal introduction of Islamic law in Aceh has placed restrictions on women's freedom, paradoxically it has not prevented them from engaging in public life. It argues that the democratisation of Indonesia, which allowed Islamisation to occur, continues to act as an important factor shaping Islamisation's current trajectory; that the introduction of Islamic law has motivated women's NGOs and other elements of civil society to become more involved in wider discussions about the future of sharia in Aceh; and that Indonesia's recent decentralisation policy and growing local Islamism have enabled the emergence of different religious and local adat practices, which do not necessarily correspond to overall national trends.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138819368 20160618
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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v, 224 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
  • Introduction
  • The presidency
  • The government
  • The judiciary
  • The national parliament.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
vii, 188 pages ; 28 cm
  • Introduction to contracts
  • Formation of contracts
  • Performance
  • Non-performance, enforcement, and remedies.
Law Library (Crown)
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341 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
  • Introduction to criminal law
  • Elements of a crime
  • General principles
  • Defenses
  • Penalties
  • Crimes against life
  • Crimes against physical integrity & personal liberty
  • Crimes against immovable property
  • Crimes against moveable property.
Law Library (Crown)
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xxvi, 214 pages : maps ; 24 cm.
  • Hostility to Christian activities : origins and policies
  • Religious ideology, representation and reform
  • Child protection and limits on proselytization
  • Conflict over sacred sites
  • Insulting a religion.
Understanding and managing inter-religious relations, particularly between Muslims and Christians, presents a challenge for states around the world. This book investigates legal disputes between religious communities in the world's largest majority-Muslim, democratic country, Indonesia. It considers how the interaction between state and religion has influenced relations between religious communities in the transition to democracy. The book presents original case studies based on empirical field research of court disputes in West Java, a majority-Muslim province with a history of radical Islam. These include criminal court cases, as well as cases of judicial review, relating to disputes concerning religious education, permits for religious buildings and the crime of blasphemy. The book argues that the democratic law reform process has been influenced by radical Islamists because of the politicization of religion under democracy and the persistence of fears of Christianization. It finds that disputes have been localized through the decentralization of power and exacerbated by the central government's ambivalent attitude towards radical Islamists who disregard the rule of law. Examining the challenge facing governments to accommodate minorities and manage religious pluralism, the book furthers understanding of state-religion relations in the Muslim world. This accessible and engaging book is of interest to students and scholars of law and society in Southeast Asia, was well as Islam and the state, and the legal regulation of religious diversity.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415835947 20160614
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xxvi, 214 pages : maps ; 25 cm.
  • 1. Introdcution Part 1: Context 2. Hostility to Christian Activities: Origins and Policies 3. Religious Ideology, Representation and Reform Part 2: Legal Case Studies 4. Child Protection and Limits on Proselytization 5. Conflict over Sacred Sites 6. Insulting a Religion 7. Conclusion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415835947 20160614
Understanding and managing inter-religious relations, particularly between Muslims and Christians, presents a challenge for states around the world. This book investigates legal disputes between religious communities in the world's largest majority-Muslim, democratic country, Indonesia. It considers how the interaction between state and religion has influenced relations between religious communities in the transition to democracy. The book presents original case studies based on empirical field research of court disputes in West Java, a majority-Muslim province with a history of radical Islam. These include criminal court cases, as well as cases of judicial review, relating to disputes concerning religious education, permits for religious buildings and the crime of blasphemy. The book argues that the democratic law reform process has been influenced by radical Islamists because of the politicization of religion under democracy and the persistence of fears of Christianization. It finds that disputes have been localized through the decentralization of power and exacerbated by the central government's ambivalent attitude towards radical Islamists who disregard the rule of law. Examining the challenge facing governments to accommodate minorities and manage religious pluralism, the book furthers understanding of state-religion relations in the Muslim world. This accessible and engaging book is of interest to students and scholars of law and society in Southeast Asia, was well as Islam and the state, and the legal regulation of religious diversity.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415835947 20160614
Green Library
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iv, 107 p. : maps ; 27 cm.
  • Map
  • Glossary
  • Summary - Key recommendations
  • Methodology
  • Religion and the state since independence
  • Laws and institutions that facilitate discrimination and abuse
  • House of worship difficulties, discrimination, and violence
  • State failure to protect religious minorities from violence
  • Role of the international community
  • Recommendations
  • Appendix I: Population in Indonesia by religion 2010
  • Appendix II: Number of houses of worship in Indonesia 2010.
"The 107-page report documents the government's failure to confront militant groups whose thuggish harassment and assaults on houses of worship and members of religious minorities has become increasingly aggressive. Those targeted include Ahmadiyahs, Christians, and Shia Muslims. Indonesian monitoring groups have noted a steady increase in such attacks, one group finding 264 violent incidents over the past year."--Publisher's website.
Green Library
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xii, 271 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Law and colonialism in Indonesia
  • Pluralism and the ideal of legal nationalism
  • A strong regime and "state law pluralism"
  • Interpersonal law and the mission of legal uniformity
  • Resolution of interpersonal cases in the courts : the works of national legal postulates
  • Theoretical reflections.
With the revival of Islamic law and adat (customary) law in the country, this book investigates the history and phenomenon of legal pluralism in Indonesia. It looks at how the ideal of modernity in Indonesia has been characterized by a state-driven effort in the post-colonial era to make the institution of law an inseparable part of national development. Focusing on the aspects of political and 'conflictual' domains of legal pluralism in Indonesia, the book discusses the understanding of the state's attitude and behaviour towards the three largest legal traditions currently operative in the society: adat law, Islamic law and civil law. The first aspect is addressed by looking at how the state specifically deals with Islamic law and adat law, while the second is analysed in terms of actual cases of private interpersonal law, such as interfaith marriage, interfaith inheritance and gendered inheritance. The book goes on to look at how socio-political factors have influenced the relations between state and non-state laws, and how the state's strategy of accommodation of legal pluralism has in fact largely depended on the extent to which those legal traditions have been able to conform to national ideology. It is a useful contribution for students and scholars of Asian Studies and Law.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415673426 20160608
Law Library (Crown)
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xii, 271 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction Part 1: State Law Versus Popular Law in Historical Retrospect 1. Law and Colonialism in Indonesia 2. Pluralism and the Ideal of Legal Nationalism 3. A Strong Regime and "State Law Pluralism" Part 2: Conflicts of Law as a Result of Pluralism and the State's Attempt of Resolution 4. Interpersonal Law and the Mission of Legal Uniformity 5. Resolution of Interpersonal Cases in the Courts: The Works of National Legal Postulates 6. Conclusion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415673426 20160608
With the revival of Islamic law and adat (customary) law in the country, this book investigates the history and phenomenon of legal pluralism in Indonesia. It looks at how the ideal of modernity in Indonesia has been characterized by a state-driven effort in the post-colonial era to make the institution of law an inseparable part of national development. Focusing on the aspects of political and 'conflictual' domains of legal pluralism in Indonesia, the book discusses the understanding of the state's attitude and behaviour towards the three largest legal traditions currently operative in the society: adat law, Islamic law and civil law. The first aspect is addressed by looking at how the state specifically deals with Islamic law and adat law, while the second is analysed in terms of actual cases of private interpersonal law, such as interfaith marriage, interfaith inheritance and gendered inheritance. The book goes on to look at how socio-political factors have influenced the relations between state and non-state laws, and how the state's strategy of accommodation of legal pluralism has in fact largely depended on the extent to which those legal traditions have been able to conform to national ideology. It is a useful contribution for students and scholars of Asian Studies and Law.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415673426 20160608
Green Library
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xvii, 509 pages ; 24 cm
  • Foreword xi Preface xiii Acknowledgments xvii CHAPTER 1 Overview of Mining Regime 1 I Prevailing Laws and Regulations 1 II Former Mining Regime 3 III CoWs/CCoWs 3 IV Regional Autonomy 5 V Mining Activities 6 VI Mining Areas 6 VII Mining Licenses 7 VIII Procedures for Obtaining WIUPs and IUPs 11 IX Rights and Obligations of IUP Holders 12 X Domestic Market Obligation 15 XI Divestiture of Shares Requirement 16 XII Procedures for Minerals and Coal Benchmark Price Determination 17 XIII Domestic Processing and Refining 19 XIV Direction and Supervision of the Management and Implementation of Mining Business 22 XV Transitional Provisions for Existing KPs, CoWs, and CCoWs 23 XVI Mining Services 24 CHAPTER 2 2009 Mining Law 25 I Executive Summary 25 II Details of Main Provisions 26 CHAPTER 3 Mining Area Determination 43 I Executive Summary 43 II Details of Main Provisions 44 CHAPTER 4 Mining Services Regulation 53 I Executive Summary 53 II Details of Main Provisions 55 CHAPTER 5 Affiliated Mining Services Provider Regulation 65 I Executive Summary 65 II Details of Main Provisions 67 CHAPTER 6 Prioritization of Domestic Interest Regulation 71 I Executive Summary 71 II Details of Main Provisions 72 CHAPTER 7 Domestic Coal Supply Decree 2013 79 I Executive Summary 79 II Details of Main Provisions 79 CHAPTER 8 Coal and Mineral Mining Enterprise Activities Regulation 83 I Executive Summary 83 II Details of Main Provisions 85 CHAPTER 9 Mining Direction and Supervision Regulation 107 I Executive Summary 107 II Details of Main Provisions 108 CHAPTER 10 Benchmark Price Determination Regulation 117 I Executive Summary 117 II Details of Main Provisions 119 Appendix 1: Coal Adjustment Cost for HPB RE Sales of Coal by Way of FOB Barge 131 Appendix 2: Cost Adjustment for HPB RE Sales of Coal in One Island to the End User 132 CHAPTER 11 Benchmark Price Formulae Regulation 135 I Executive Summary 135 II Details of Main Provisions 136 Appendix 1: Formula for Steaming Coal Benchmark Price 139 Appendix 2: Coal Benchmark Price Reference Formula for Steaming Coal Based on Brand Name 142 Appendix 3: Formula for Coking Coal Benchmark Price 145 CHAPTER 12 Reclamation and Post-Mining Activities Regulation 147 I Executive Summary 147 II Details of Main Provisions 149 CHAPTER 13 CoW and CCoW Change of Investment Regulation 159 I Executive Summary 159 II Details of Main Provisions 160 CHAPTER 14 Extractive Industry Income Transparency Regulation 167 I Executive Summary 167 II Details of Main Provisions 168 CHAPTER 15 Increase of Added Value of Minerals through Processing and Refining of Minerals Regulation 173 I Executive Summary 173 II Details of Main Provisions 177 Appendix 1: Minimum Processing and Refining Specifications for Metal Mineral Products 188 Appendix 2: Minimum Processing and Refining Specifications for Nonmetal Mineral Products 191 Appendix 3: Minimum Processing and Refining Specifications for Rock Mineral Products 192 CHAPTER 16 Regulation Amending Mineral and Coal Mining Enterprise Activities Regulation 193 I Executive Summary 193 II Details of Main Provisions 195 CHAPTER 17 Mineral Products Export Requirements Regulation 201 I Executive Summary 201 II Details of Main Provisions 202 Appendix 1: Certain Mineral Products Subject to MOTR 29/2012 210 CHAPTER 18 Export Tax Regulation 213 I Executive Summary 213 II Details of Main Provisions 214 III Attachment IV of MoFR 75/2012: Certain Mineral Products Subject to Export Tax 216 CHAPTER 19 Regulation Amending Mining Services Regulation 219 I Executive Summary 219 II Details of Main Provisions 221 Appendix 1A: Types, Sectors, and Subsectors of Mining Services Business Activities 229 Appendix 1B: Types of Non-Core Mining Services Business Activities 232 CHAPTER 20 Acceleration of Domestic Processing and Refining Instruction 233 I Executive Summary 233 II Details of Main Provisions 235 CHAPTER 21 Draft Procedures for Issuing Special Production IUPs for Processing and Refining and Transportation and Sales Regulation 239 I Executive Summary 239 II Details of Main Provisions 241 CHAPTER 22 Draft Guidelines for Licensing of Metal Mineral and Coal Business Activities Regulation 267 I Executive Summary 267 II Details of Main Provisions 269 CHAPTER 23 Draft Guidelines for Licensing of Nonmetal Mineral and Rock Mining Business Activities Regulation 323 I Executive Summary 323 II Details of Main Provisions 325 CHAPTER 24 Draft Mining Business Employees, Goods, and Services Procurement Regulation 347 I Executive Summary 347 II Details of Main Provisions 349 CHAPTER 25 Draft Community Development and Empowerment Regulation 363 I Executive Summary 363 II Details of Main Provisions 365 CHAPTER 26 Draft Coal Value Added Regulation 373 I Executive Summary 373 II Details of Main Provisions 375 Appendix 1: Minimum Calorific Requirement 381 CHAPTER 27 Overview of the Forestry Regime 383 I Relevant Laws and Regulations 383 II Categorization of Forest Areas in Indonesia 384 III The Key Definitions for Forest Areas 385 IV Key Licenses for Forest Activities 386 V Carrying on Mining Activities in a Forest Area 386 VI General Description of Rent Use Permits 387 VII Steps Involved in Obtaining a Rent Use Permit and Related Licenses 388 CHAPTER 28 Forest Area Function and Purpose Regulation 405 I Executive Summary 405 II Details of Main Provisions 407 CHAPTER 29 Forest Area Utilization Regulation 419 I Executive Summary 419 II Details of Main Provisions 421 CHAPTER 30 Rent Use Permit Regulation 429 I Executive Summary 429 II Details of Main Provisions 431 CHAPTER 31 Forest License Moratorium Instruction 451 I Executive Summary 451 II Details of Main Provisions 452 CHAPTER 32 Forest Area Utilization for Underground Mining Activities Regulation 455 I Executive Summary 455 II Details of Main Provisions 456 CHAPTER 33 Procedures for Alteration of the Usage and Function of Forest Areas Amendment Regulation 463 I Executive Summary 463 II Details of Main Provisions 464 CHAPTER 34 Usage of Forest Areas Amendment Regulation 467 I Executive Summary 467 II Detail of Main Provisions 468 CHAPTER 35 Second Amendment Regulation re Guidelines for Rent Use of Forest Areas 471 I Executive Summary 471 II Details of Main Provisions 473 Glossary of Defined Terms 481 Index 491.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118613184 20160612
This is the first and only English-language reference to the laws and regulations of the booming Indonesian mining sector. As the growing Indonesian mining industry attracts new investment from foreign mining companies, those companies are faced with the daunting challenge of unraveling the hugely confusing and complex plethora of local laws and regulations that govern the industry. Until now, there has been no comprehensive English-language guide to Indonesia's mining laws that western companies could turn to for reliable guidance and advice. This detailed reference fills that gap for the mining companies, advisors, and consultants who must navigate this confusing and growing web of regulation on a daily basis. This is the only English-language reference on the subject of Indonesian mining law. It is a valuable guide for anyone in the mining industry currently doing business or intending to do business in Indonesia. It is written by a highly regarded legal expert with deep experience in the Indonesian mining industry. It combines all the relevant regulations in one comprehensive guide. Ideal for professionals in the mining industry, as well as academics, government institutions, policy makers, and industry associations, Mining Law & Regulatory Practice in Indonesia is the perfect guide for an underserved market.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118613184 20160612
Law Library (Crown)