3 edition of Act number 5 of 1983 of the Republic of Indonesia on the Exclusive Economic Zone of Indonesia found in the catalog.
Act number 5 of 1983 of the Republic of Indonesia on the Exclusive Economic Zone of Indonesia
|Other titles||Act number five of 1983 of the Republic of Indonesia on the Exclusive Economic Zone of Indonesia|
|Statement||edited by Directorate General of Law and Legislation, Ministry of Justice.|
|Contributions||Indonesia. Direktorat Jenderal Hukum dan Perundang-undangan.|
|LC Classifications||KNW2390.A311983 A4 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||00366354|
23 May - The Republic of the Philippines and the Republic of Indonesia today signed the Agreement Between the Government of the Republic of the Philippines and the Government of the Republic of Indonesia Concerning the Delimitation of the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) Boundary during the State Visit of His Excellency Susilo Bambang . set explicitly in the positive law of Indonesia, while Legislation – the Republic of Indonesia number 5 in about the Indonesia exclusive economic zone limit in the zone of activities related to the exploration, exploitation and management of natural resources biodiversity. Sha – whether Indonesia has a chance to organize.
authority as stipulated in Law Number 5 of concerning Indonesia's Exclusive Economic Zone and Law number 9 of concerning Fisheries . Investigators as referred to in paragraph (1), are authorized to several actions: Firstly, examine reports. 47 Agreement Between the People’s Republic of China and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam on the Delimitation of the Territorial Seas, Exclusive Economic Zones and Continental Shelves in the Beibu Gulf/Bac Bo Gulf (Gulf of Tonkin), Dec. 25, (entered into force J ); see 5 Int’l Mar. Boundaries –58 (David Colson & Robert Cited by:
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Act No. 5 of on the Indonesian exclusive economic zone, 18 October Chapter I General provision Article 1 For the purposes of this Act, Republic of Indonesia. economic Size: 74KB. Act No. 5 of on the Indonesian exclusive economic zone, 18 October Act No.
6 of 8 August regarding Indonesian Waters. Government Regulation No. 61 of on the list of geographical coordinates of the base points of the archipelagic baselines of. Ida and Martinelli, Seeking and Evaluating the Regulations of Indonesia’s Exclusive Economic Zone Law No.
6 of on Indonesian W aters (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia. Today such economic zones are confirmed by the International Convention on the Law of the Sea, which was ratified by the Indonesian Government on Octoby Act No.
5 CAPTURE FISHERIES IN INDONESIA Based on Article 5 paragraph (1) Act Number 31 of on Fisheries, as amended by Act Number 45 offisheries management areas of the Republic of Indonesia (WPP-NRI) for fishing include the Indonesian waters, the Exclusive Economic Zone Indonesia (ZEEI), rivers.
An exclusive economic zone (EEZ) is a sea zone prescribed by the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea over which a state has special rights regarding the exploration and use of marine resources, including energy production from water and wind. It stretches from the baseline out to nautical miles (nmi) from its coast.
In colloquial usage, the term may. prescribed in this Act. (3) Bank Indonesia is a legal entity based on this Act. Article 5 (1) Bank Indonesia shall reside in the Capital of the Republic of Indonesia.
(2) Bank Indonesia may have offices inside and outside the territory of the Republic of Indonesia. Article 6. THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA ACT OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA NUMBER 24 OF CONCERNING THE FOREIGN EXCHANGE FLOW AND EXCHANGE RATE SYSTEM WITH THE BLESSING OF GOD ALMIGHTY PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA, Considering: a.
that the continuity of the national development File Size: 11KB. Under UNCLOSthe total maritime area of Indonesia is million km2, consisting of million km2 of territorial waters and km2 of Economic Exclusive Zone (Zone. Indonesian Exclusive Economic Zone Flanders Marine Institute ().
Maritime Boundaries Geodatabase: Maritime Boundaries and Exclusive Economic Zones (NM), version Indonesia Framework on IUU Fishing A number of regulations and policies addressing fishing management, including IUU Fishing, have been established in Indonesia.
A comprehensive list: 1. Act no. 5/, on the Indonesia Exclusive Economic Zone 2. Act no. 6/, on Indonesian Waters; 3. Act no. 31/, as amended by Act no 45/ on Fisheries; 4. ACT Text copy _?.
Back COUNTRY SHEET Republic of INDONESIA No. 44, (justice. REGION. Economy. The sea. Fisheries. Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number ) legislation of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 5 in ABOUT the INDONESIAN EXCLUSIVE ECONOMIC ZONE with the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA.
3 Act No. 5 of on the Indonesian exclusive economic zone established a nm exclusive economic zone (EEZ) (Annex 4 to this study). of the Republic of Indonesia Concerning the Delimitation of the Exclusive Economic Zone Boundary” is a treaty that will be ratied by President Aquino and submitted to the Senate for concurrence in accordance with Sect Article VII, of the Philippine Constitution.
GEtiEHAt THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA GOVERNMENT REGULATION NUMBER: ; DATED: DECEM SECOND AMENDMENT TO GOVERNMENT REGULATION NUi ON THE FISHERY BUSINESS THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA, Considering: a.
that in its enforcement. THE LAW OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA NUMBER 40 OF CONCERNING LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY BY THE GRACE OF ALMIGHTY GOD THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA Considering: a. that the national economy, which is implemented based on economic economic institutions in the context of creating prosperity for File Size: KB.
In the past, archipelagic states like Indonesia had unilaterally determined their mile-Exclusive Economic Zones. Today such economic zones are confirmed by the International Convention on the Law of the Sea, which was ratified by the Indonesian Government on October18,by Act No.5 of the same year.
5 (five) years as of the publication of books in the field of social sciences and the books have never been reproduced in the territory of the Republic of Indonesia; 7 (seven) years as of the publication of books in the field of arts and literature and the books have never been reproduced in the territory of the Republic of Indonesia.
formulation in a Joint Decree of the Minister of Agriculture and the Minister of Communications. Bearing in mind I. Act No. 5/ on the Indonesian Exclusive Economic Zone (State Gazette No.
44/, Supplement to State Gazette No. ); 2. Act No. 9/ on Fisheries (State Gazete No. 46/, Supplement to State Gazette No. ); 3. Law Number 20 of on Basic Provisions of State Security Defence of the Republic of Indonesia (Statute Book of Num Supplement to Statute Book Number ) as amended by Law Number 1 of (Statute Book of Number 3, Supplement to Statute Book Number ); 5.
LAW OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA NUMBER 1, YEAR ON no (State Gazette ) Should be revoked and that, as its substitute, a new Law on extradition should be Act no, year on Principal Provisions of the Public Prosecutor of the Republic.of the Republic of Indonesia.
The utilization of marine fisheries resources in Indonesia’s Exclusive Economic Zone enables the possibility of cooperation and colaboration with other countries.
Therefore, Indonesia is required to seek by evaluating and complementing the laws in accordance with its by: 1.Gazelle-number) as revised by Act number 1 of (State Gazette of i number 3, Supplement to State Gazette number) ; 5.
Act number 9 of concerning Fishery (State Gazetteof num supplement toStateGazettenumber). With the approval ofthe House of Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia, Decides to enact the:File Size: KB.