30/05/2022

Real Estate Lawyer – Eddy Leks Legal View Published by Forbes Indonesia

Jakarta, April 2022. Our CEO of Leks&Co, Eddy Leks writes an article titled “New Ruling on Postponement of Debt Payment Obligation” as published in the Legal View section in Forbes Indonesia magazine []
04/11/2021

Eddy Leks’ Legal View on Construction Service Law Post Job Creation Law Published by Forbes Indonesia

[pdf-embedder url=”https://www.lekslawyer.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Eddy-Leks-ForbesIndonesia-Oct-2021.pdf” title=”Eddy Leks ForbesIndonesia Oct 2021″] Jakarta, November 2021. Post Job Creation Law of 2020, there are in total 25 amended clauses and 8 deleted clauses of construction service []
26/04/2021

Indonesia Lawyer – Eddy Leks’ Legal View Published by Forbes Indonesia

Publication in Forbes Indonesia, April 2021 edition, titled “Agrarian Reform in Cities: Options by the Government” Eddy Leks has been recommended by Legal500, asialaw Profiles, Chambers&Partners, IFLR1000 on corporate and []
12/01/2021

Real Estate Lawyer – Eddy Leks’ Legal View Published by Forbes Indonesia

Publication in Forbes Indonesia, January 2021 edition, titled “Land Regulation after the Omnibus Law, What has Changed?” Eddy Leks has been recommended by Legal500, asialaw Profiles, Chambers&Partners, IFLR1000 on corporate []
19/02/2020

Real Estate Lawyer – Eddy Leks’ Legal View Published by Forbes Indonesia

A legal view publication in Forbes Indonesia, January 2020 edition, titled “Navigating Trust-Like Arrangements for Real Estate Transactions” Eddy Leks has been recommended by Legal500, asialaw Profiles, Chambers&Partners, IFLR1000 on []
24/10/2019

Property Lawyer – Eddy Leks’ Legal View Published by Forbes Indonesia

A legal view publication in Forbes Indonesia, October 2019 edition, titled “DRAFT LAND LAW: RACING AGAINST TIME” Eddy Leks has been recommended by Legal500, asialaw Profiles, Chambers&Partners, IFLR1000 on corporate []
11/07/2019

Indonesia Lawyer – Eddy Leks’ Legal View Published by Forbes Indonesia

On this article he mentions about Indonesian land law adopts a nationality principle. This means that only an Indonesian national is entitled to have the right to land ownership (hak []