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The Commonwealth Register of Legislation is the official online repository of Hindia Belandan law, including laws enacted by the Autonomous Territory of Southeastern Malaya. In this register, you can view the full text of individual laws enacted within the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda.

This register is maintained by the Parliamentary Office for Legislative Archive.




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Category: Public General Act (CPGA)
Status: In force
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Terrorism (supplementary) Act 2017

Anne Charlotte II, 2017 Chapter 6


AN ACT to make supplementary provision in relation to terrorism; to make provision about unlawful activities connected to terrorism; to prohibit certain religious ideologies, movements and groups; to grant powers to a certain institution; and for connected purposes.



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كمي اين شرلوت كادوا، دڠن رحمت الله رجا ڤرسماكمورن هنيا بلندا، ڤڠيرن اورڽع نسوا، دلل، دلل، دلل.


Kami, Anna Tjarlotte Kedua, dengan Rahmat Allah, Ratu Persemakmuran Hindia Belanda dan Keratuan Noordenstaat, Kepala Uni Royal, Pembela Iman, dll, dll, dll.



Wij, Anna Tjarlotte de Tweede, bij de Gratie Gods Koningin van het Gemenebest Nederlands Indië en het Koninkrijk Noordenstaat, Hoofd van de Koninklijke Unie, Verdediger van het Geloof, enz., enz., enz.



We, Anne Charlotte the Second, by the Grace of God Queen of the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda and of the Kingdom of Noordenstaat, Head of the Royal Union, Defender of the Faith, etc., etc., etc.


To All who shall see or hear these presents, Greetings! KNOW YE that We, having heard Our Ministers assembled in Our Council of State and in careful consultations with the Staten-Generaal of Hindia Belanda, have approved and decreed as We hereby approve and decree:


Chapter 1: Interpretation

For the purposes of this Act, unless contrary intention appears:


  1. "Wahhabism" or "Wahhabi Islam" mean the religious movement founded by Muhammad ibn Abd al-Wahhab in Najd, modern-day Saudi Arabia.
  2. "Wahhabist" or simply "Wahhabi" mean a natural person who adheres to the precepts of Wahhabism.
  3. Transient alien has the meaning given by the Immigration Act 2009 and refers to foreign nationals other than European Union and ASEAN nationals who temporarily stay within Hindia Belanda for purposes of leisure, business, or family reunion for a period less than 30 days.
  4. Private dwelling means a dwelling other than:
    (a) a hotel, boarding house, motel or equivalent lodgings; or
    (b) a dwelling solely occupied by members of a group of natural persons who share common living areas or other common amenities; or
    (c) religious institutions where accommodation is available; or
    (d) a vessel, other than a houseboat, used in navigation on the territorial waters of the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda.


Chapter 2: Offences and prohibitions

Part I: Advocation of terrorism and hate

(1) This section applies to a statement made by a natural person within the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda that is likely to be understood by some or all members of the public to whom it is published as an encouragement, whether direct or indirect, to the preparation, commission or instigation of terroristic acts or offences considered to be terroristic in nature by convention.



(2) A person commits an offence if—

    (a) he publishes a statement to which this section applies, or causes another person to publish such a statement; and
    (b) at the time he publishes it or causes such a statement to be published, he—
    (i) intends members of the public to prepare for the commission or instigation of terroristic acts, or offences considered to be terroristic in nature by convention; and or
    (ii) intends members of the public to commit terroristic acts or offences considered to be terroristic in nature by convention; and or
    (iii) intends members of the public to support terroristic acts or offences considered to be terroristic in nature by convention; and or
    (iv) intends members of the public to condone or glorify terroristic acts or offences considered to be terroristic in nature by convention.
    (v) intends to propagate hatred on the basis of his religious belief against a certain community.


Part II: Places of worship which harbour terroristic sentiments, terrorists or propagate prohibited religious ideologies

(1) This section applies to activities carried out by a natural person, or collectively carried out by multiple persons connected to the management of a place of worship within the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda, that are likely to be understood by some or all members of the public as promoting, glorifying and or condoning terroristic acts or offences considered to be terroristic in nature by convention; and to places of worship whose sentiment is likely to be understood by some or all members of the public to whom it has propagated as promoting, glorifying and or condoning terroristic acts or offences considered to be terroristic in nature by convention.



(2) A person commits and offence if—

    (a) he publishes a statement within the vicinity of a place of worship to which this section applies, or causes another person to publish such a statement within the same; and
    (b) at the time he publishes it or causes such a statement to be published, he—

    (i) intends members of the public to prepare for the commission or instigation of terroristic acts, or offences considered to be terroristic in nature by convention; and or
    (ii) intends members of the public to commit terroristic acts or offences considered to be terroristic in nature by convention; and or
    (iii) intends members of the public to support terroristic acts or offences considered to be terroristic in nature by convention; and or
    (iv) intends members of the public to condone or glorify terroristic acts or offences considered to be terroristic in nature by convention.


(3) A place of worship in particular is liable to prosecution if—

    (a) it publishes a statement within the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda to which this section applies, or causes another person and or institution to publish such a statement within the same; and
    (b) at the time it publishes it or causes such a statement to be published, it—

    (i) intends members of the public to prepare for the commission or instigation of terroristic acts, or offences considered to be terroristic in nature by convention; and or
    (ii) intends members of the public to commit terroristic acts or offences considered to be terroristic in nature by convention; and or
    (iii) intends members of the public to support terroristic acts or offences considered to be terroristic in nature by convention; and or
    (iv) intends members of the public to condone or glorify terroristic acts or offences considered to be terroristic in nature by convention.

Part III: Adherence to certain religious precepts

(1) This section defines prohibited religious movements and ideologies; and applies to instances where a natural person within the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda adheres to such a religious movement or precepts.


(2) The following religious movements or ideologies are prohibited within the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda:
    (a) Wahhabism
    (b) The Church of the Almighty God

(3) A person commits an offence if—

    (a) after the coming into force of this Act, he adheres or continue to adhere to a movement or ideology specified in the foregoing Division (2).


Part IV: Membership to certain religious groups and parties

(1) This section defines prohibited religious groups or parties; and applies to instances where a natural person within the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda is involved with or a member of such a religious group or party.


(2) The following religious groups or parties are prohibited within the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda:

    (a) Muslim Brotherhood
    (b) Hizb ut-Tahrir
    (c) Mujaheedin Council in the East Indies
    (d) Laskar Dawah
    (e) Jama’ah as Salafiyya
    (f) Islamic Defenders Front
    (g) Sharia Enforcement Council of Sumatra

(3) It is irrelevant if, before or after the coming into force of this Act, the religious groups and parties specified in the foregoing division (2) alter its name as explicitly mentioned within the same, unless:

    (a) His Majesty’s Government is satisfied that the aforementioned groups or parties have moderated their positions to the extent that they no longer pose direct threat to the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda.

(4) A person commits an offence if—

    (a) after the coming into force of this Act, he continues to be a member of or joins a religious group or party specified in the foregoing Division (2).


Chapter 3: Increases of penalties

Part I: Maximum penalties for terrorism-related offences

(1) In Chapter 3, Part III, Division (1), paragraph (a) of the Terrorism Act 2002:
    (a) “15 years maximum imprisonment for offences specified in the foregoing Chapter 2, Part I, Division (1), paragraphs (a), (c), (d), (e), (h) and (k)”; for “15 years” substitute “25 years”.



    (b) after that paragraph insert the paragraph as set out in Division (2)


(2) The inserted paragraph is—
    (b) “40 years maximum imprisonment for offences specified in the foregoing Chapter 2, Part I, Division (1), paragraphs (b), (f), (g), (i), (j) and (l)”


Chapter 4: Powers granted to the Royal Police

Part I: Entry, search and seizure of places of worship and arrest and questioning of persons connected to the same

(1) Powers are hereby given to His Majesty’s Police in the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda to:

    (a) enter and search any place of worship within Hindia Belanda at which the Justice and Security Minister is satisfied that an offence specified in Chapter 2 has been committed, without warrant;

    (b) seize any place of worship within Hindia Belanda at which the Justice and Security Minister or any other competent minister within His Majesty’s Government is satisfied that an offence specified in Chapter 2, Part II has been committed, without warrant;

    (c) arrest any person connected to such a place of worship complicit in the preparation and commission of such an offence;

    (d) question any person connected to such a place of worship complicit in the preparation and commission of such an offence;

    (e) transfer the custody of such a person specified in the foregoing paragraphs (c) and (d) to the Nationale Veiligheidsdienst, if national security interest does so require; and

    (f) enter, search and seize any property belonging to such a person specified in the foregoing paragraphs (c) and (d), without warrant.


Part II: Surveillance of places of worship
(1) Powers are hereby given to His Majesty’s Police in the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda to:

    (a) keep any place of worship within Hindia Belanda which the Justice and Security Minister suspects to have committed or to be committing an offence specified in Chapter 2, Part II under surveillance; and
    (b) convey any intelligence gathered during the course of such a surveillance to the Nationale Veiligheidsdienst.

Part III: Entry, search and seizure of private dwellings and arrest and questioning of persons to which they belong
(1) Powers are hereby given to His Majesty’s Police in the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda to:

    (a) enter and search any private dwelling within Hindia Belanda at which the Justice and Security Minister is satisfied that an offence specified in Chapter 2 has been committed, without warrant; and
    (b) seize any private dwelling within Hindia Belanda belonging to a person who has committed an offence specified in Chapter 2, Parts I, II, III and IV.


Part IV: Arrest
(1) Powers are hereby given to His Majesty’s Police in the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda to:
    (a) arrest any person suspected of having committed an offence specified in Chapter 2, Parts I, II, III and IV;
    (b) question any person suspected of having committed an offence specified in Chapter 2, Parts I, II, III and IV;
    (c) arrest any person suspected of preparing, supporting, instigating or glorifying terroristic acts and offences considered to be terroristic in nature by convention; and
    (d) question any person suspected of preparing, supporting, instigating or glorifying terroristic acts and offences considered to be terroristic in nature by convention.


Chapter 5: Additions to previous legislations

Part I: Terrorism Act 2002

(1) After section 37 of the Terrorism Act 2002 insert—

(37a) Persons connected to terrorism or believed to be instrumental in the preparation, commission or instigation of terroristic acts within Hindia Belandan Overseas Territories including:
    (a) Nyalas Prison Island and the territorial waters extending from which onto the border with the Maqtajeri Republic; and
    (b) Ayer Hangat Islands.


Chapter 6: General

Part I: Extent

(1) This Act extends to the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda and territories, except the Autonomous Territory of Southeastern Malaya.


Part II: Commencement
(1) This Act shall come into force on the day on which this Act is passed by the Staten-Generaal of Hindia Belanda and received Royal Assent.

Part III: Short title
(1) This Act may be cited as the Terrorism (supplementary) Act 2017 or "the 6th Act passed in the year 2017 during the reign of Anne Charlotte II".






Schedule 1: Exceptions

(1) Exception from Chapter 2, Part III, division (II), paragraphs (a) and (b) is given to transient aliens who stay within the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda for a period less than 30 days.


Schedule 2: Supplementation of previous legislations

(1) Unless otherwise specified, the provisions of this Act supplement the following legislations:

    (a) Terrorism Act 1975
    (b) Terrorism Act 1987
    (c) Terrorism Act 1998
    (d) Terrorism (amendment) Act 2000
    (e) Terrorism Act 2002
    (f) Terrorism Act 2005
    (g) Terrorism (prevention) Act 2008
    (h) Terrorism (supplementary) Act 2011
    (i) Terrorism (cyber attacks) Act 2013
    (j) Terrorism Act 2016
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Postby Hindia Belanda » Thu Apr 06, 2017 10:54 am

Category: Correction slip (CCS)
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Terrorism (supplementary) Act 2017 - Correction slip

Willem-Alexander, 2017 Chapter 6a


CORRECTION to an erratum.



Introduction

We, Willem-Alexander, etc., etc., etc.


To All who shall see or hear these presents, Greetings!

We hereby decree the following:


Correction

Chapter 2, Part II

The second division which has been erroneously numbered as division (1) and which starts with “(1) A person commits and offence if—“ after the first division which starts with “(1) This section applies to activities carried out by a natural person, or collectively carried out by multiple persons connected to the management of a place of worship within the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda…” should be renumbered as division (2).


The corrected division should now read as “(2) A person commits an offence if—“.

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This correction slip comes into effect on the day it is issued.
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Postby Hindia Belanda » Fri Apr 07, 2017 7:15 am

Category: Statutory Instrument — Ministerial Order (SIMO)
Status: In force
Authority: Minister for Health, Welfare and Sports



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Powers of the Human Tissue Supervision Authority Order

This Ministerial Order may be cited as HWS/2017/32.

The Minister for Health, Welfare and Sports makes the following Order in exercise of the powers conferred upon her by the Ministerial Powers and Authority Act and by sections 85(1), (3)(a) and (7)(D) of the Public Order Act 2013; and does therefore invoke the authority of the Crown to give effect to the same, as follows:


Chapter 1: Definitions

In this Order:

HTSA” means the Human Tissue Supervision Authority, for the sake of brevity.

Hindia Belanda, when used in a geographical sense, includes:

    (a) Ayer Hangat Islands;
    (b) Port Elizabeth; and
    (c) Hindia Belandan territorial waters extending from the Hindia Belandan Indian Ocean Territory onto the border with the Commonwealth of Australia.

but does not include:

    (a) the Autonomous Territory of Southeastern Malaya; and
    (b) Pulau Alba, for reasons specified under Chapter 3 in this Order.


Vicinity or vicinities have the meaning given by the Public Order Act 2013.



Chapter 2: Provisions

Part I: Powers of the Human Tissue Supervision Authority

(1) The following powers are to be granted to the Human Tissue Supervision Authority:

    (a) The power to ask law enforcement to enter, seize and search without warrant any vicinity in Hindia Belanda from which the HTSA believes that a body belonging to a deceased person is required to be removed;
    (b) The power to perform anatomical examination of the body of any deceased person within Hindia Belanda with prior explicit consent; and
    (c) the power to grant licences upon medical and anatomical institutions within the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda to obtain cadavers and any relevant material, of which the body consists or which it contains, belonging to a deceased person and with the explicit consent of the same, for purposes specified in Schedule 1, Clause 1, sections 1, 2, 3 and 5 of the Human Remains Act 2017.

(2) The powers specified in the foregoing division (1) shall remain with the HTSA until:

    (a) a new legislation annuls the provisions contained within this Order; or
    (b) a new Order annuls the provisions contained within this Order.


Chapter 3: Exceptions

Part I: Exception of territorial extent

(1) Pulau Alba is excepted from the territorial extent to which this Act comes into force.


Chapter 4: General

Eschatocol

Made on the 31st of March, 2017 at Weltevreden by myself, Hamida Sjahbaana, Minister of the Crown for Health, Welfare and Sports of the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda pursuant to the relevant Acts of the Staten-Generaal mentioned in the introduction of this Order.
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Category: Public General Act (CPGA)
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Taxation Act 2017

Willem-Alexander, 2017 Chapter 7


AN ACT to make provision for the taxation rate levied by the Commonwealth Government on aliens and on His Majesty’s subjects in the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda for the fiscal year of 2017-2018.



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يڠ موليا ڤدوكا بݢيندا يڠ مها ڤڠاسيه رجا وليم اليكسندر،

كمي، ڤرا كاولا يڠ موليا يڠ امت ڤتوه دن امت سعتيا، ڤرا دعڤوتي-دعڤوتي ڤرسماكموران ترمجليس دلم ستاتعن-جعندرل، تلاه سچرا بعباس دن آيندڤندن تله سڤكت اينتك مامبوات ڤرۏيسي-ڤرفيسي يڠ ديسابوتكن بعريكوت عني اونتك معمبياياآي ڤڠالوارن ڤمرينته يڠ موليا دي ڤرسمكموران هنديا بلندا؛ سعرتا دڠان عني معمعهن دڠان رنده هتي كڤدا يڠ موليا اونتك مڽتوجوي دن معندعكريت سعرتا دڠان عني ديستوجوي دن ديدعكريتكن اولعه يڠ مها موليا بݢيندا رجا، ستلاه معندعڠر مانتري-مانتري كرجعن سرتا دڠن ناسيهت ستاتعن-جعندرل هنديا بلندا: (In the Indonesian language, Jawi Script)


Most Gracious Sovereign Lord King Willem-Alexander,

WE, Your Majesty’s most loyal and dutiful subjects, the Deputies of the Commonwealth in Staten-Generaal assembled, have voluntarily and independently resolved to make the provisions hereinafter specified in order to defray the expenses of Your Majesty’s Government in the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda; and do therefore most humbly beseech Your Majesty that, out of Your Majesty’s Most Gracious Disposition, it may be approved and decreed, and be it approved and decreed by the King’s Most Excellent Majesty after having heard His Majesty’s Ministers of the Crown and in consultations with the Staten-Generaal of Hindia Belanda:



Chapter 1: Taxes levied on natural persons who are subjects of the King’s Most Excellent Majesty

Part I: Income tax

(1) The Dewan Deputi is resolved, in close consultation with the Finance Minister, that the taxation rate for the fiscal year of 2017-2018 shall be levied at:

    (a). 0% on His Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn less than HBR 16,000;

    (b). 0% on His Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn less than HBR 28,000;

    (c). 10% on His Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 16,001 to HBR 35,000;

    (d). 10% on His Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 28,001 to HBR 47,000;

    (e). 12% on His Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 35,001 to HBR 54,000;

    (f). 12% on His Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 47,001 to HBR 66,000;

    (g). 15% on His Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 54,001 to HBR 73,000;

    (h). 15% on His Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 66,001 to HBR 85,000;

    (i). 18% on His Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 73,001 to HBR 92,000;

    (j). 18% on His Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union ,with two children and earn from HBR 85,001 to HBR 104,000;

    (k). 23% on His Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 92,001 to HBR 111,000;

    (l). 23% on His Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 104,001 to HBR 123,000;

    (m). 26% on His Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 111,001 to HBR 130,000;

    (n). 26% on His Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 123,001 to HBR 145,000;

    (o). 30% on His Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn more than HBR 130,001;

    (p). 30% on His Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn more than HBR 145,001;


Part II: Property tax

(1) The Dewan Deputi is resolved, in close consultation with the Finance Minister, that the rates at which property taxes are levied on His Majesty’s subjects remain unchanged in the fiscal year of 2017-2018.





Chapter 2: Taxes levied on natural persons who are resident aliens

Part I: Income tax
The Dewan Deputi is resolved, in close consultation with the Finance Minister, that the taxation rate for the fiscal year of 2017-2018 shall be levied at:

    (a). 0% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn less than HBR 16,000;

    (b). 0% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn less than HBR 28,000;

    (c). 10% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 16,001 to HBR 35,000;

    (d). 10% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 28,001 to HBR 47,000;

    (e). 12% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 35,001 to HBR 54,000;

    (f). 12% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 47,001 to HBR 66,000;

    (g). 15% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 54,001 to HBR 73,000;

    (h). 15% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 66,001 to HBR 85,000;

    (i). 18% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 73,001 to HBR 92,000;

    (j). 18% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 85,001 to HBR 104,000;

    (k). 23% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 92,001 to HBR 111,000;

    (l). 23% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 104,001 to HBR 123,000;

    (m). 26% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 111,001 to HBR 130,000;

    (n). 26% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 123,001 to HBR 145,000;

    (o). 30% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn more than HBR 130,001;

    (p). 30% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn more than HBR 145,001;



Part II: Property tax

(1) The Dewan Deputi is resolved, in close consultation with the Finance Minister, that the rates at which property taxes are levied on resident aliens remain unchanged in the fiscal year of 2017-2018.





Chapter 3: Taxes levied on natural persons who are transient aliens

Part I: Provisions of the Taxation Act 2016

(1) The provisions of Chapter 3, Part I of the Taxation Act 2016 remain in force.


Part II: Gainful activities
(1) Any activity performed by a transient alien resulting in the increase of their wealth is considered as a “gainful activity”.

(2) Transient aliens who perform gainful activities in the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda are subject to withholding tax, to be paid directly at the conclusion of such activities to the Commonwealth Government.



Chapter 4: General

Part I: Abrogation and supplementation
(1) Unless otherwise specified, the provisions of this Act abrogate the provisions contained within previous Taxation Acts enforced within the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda and, where specified, supplement the provisions contained within the same.


Part II: Extent
(1) This Act extends to the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda and territories, except the Autonomous Territory of Southeastern Malaya.


Part III: Commencement
(1) This Act shall come into force on 21 April 2017.


Part IV: Short title
(1) This Act may be cited as the Taxation Act 2017.
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Postby Southeastern Malaya » Fri Jun 30, 2017 1:54 pm

Category: Act of the Majelis of Southeastern Malaya (AMSM)
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Authority: The Majelis of Southeastern Malaya



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Prianganian-Southeastern Malayan Treaty
on Comprehensive Partnership Act


Southeastern Malaya 2017 Chapter 3

An Act of the Majelis to provide for carrying into effect the Treaty on Comprehensive Partnership with the Federal Republic of Priangan

WHEREAS a Treaty on Comprehensive Partnership with Priangan, copies of which have been laid before the Majelis, was signed on behalf of His Majesty King Willem-Alexander at Dayeuh Bandung in the Federal Republic of Priangan on the twenty-ninth day of June, Two Thousand and Seventeen, and the said treaty will come into operation upon the deposit of instruments of ratification in accordance with the provisions thereto affixed;

And whereas the Governor of Southeastern Malaya, in exercise of the Instrument of Autonomy for Southeastern Malaya, has been authorised and empowered by His Majesty to do and execute all things that belong to his said office, to give effect to treaties and to give assent to any and all laws as are now or shall hereafter be in force in and over Southeastern Malaya with the advice and consent of the Majelis:


Chapter 1: Power of the Governor to give effect to the Treaty on Comprehensive Partnership



(1) The Governor may make such offices, make such appointments, make such Orders and do such things as may be proper and as appear to the devolved government of Southeastern Malaya to be necessary for carrying out the Treaty on Comprehensive Partnership, and for giving effect to any of the provisions thereof.

(2) Any individual appointed to a public office made under this section who contravenes or fails to comply with the provisions of the said treaty shall be guilty of an offence against this section and, any person guilty of an offence against this section is liable on conviction to a fine, the exact amount of which may be determined by an Order made by the Governor with the advice of the Justice Select Committee of the Majelis and may not exceed one thousand Hindia Belandan Roepiahs.

(3) Any statutory measure made under this section shall be subject to annulment in pursuance of a resolution of the Majelis.

(4) Any Order made under this section may be amended or revoked by a subsequent Order.


Chapter 2: General

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Enacted by the Governor of Southeastern Malaya, with the advice and consent of the Majelis thereof on this day the Thirtieth Day of June, Two Thousand and Seventeen.
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Postby Southeastern Malaya » Sun Sep 17, 2017 8:51 am

Category: Instrument of Full Powers (IFP)
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Instrument of Full Powers

Willem-Alexander, by the Grace of God, King of the Netherlands and of Hindia Belanda, Prince of Orange-Nassau, &c. &c. &c.

To all and singular to whom these Presents shall come, Greeting!

We hereby invest Madame Fatima Najib, the Minister-President of Southeastern Malaya with Full Powers to sign, on Our behalf in respect of Our Autonomous Territory of Southeastern Malaya rightfully belonging to Our Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda within Our Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Agreement Between the Devolved Government of Southeastern Malaya and the Government of the Republic of Natuna on the Facilitation of the Issuance of Tourist Visas.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF We have caused Our Great Seal of the Commonwealth, in place of Our Netherlandic Seal, to be affixed to these Presents, which We have signed with Our own Hand.

Given at Our Court in The Hague, the Seventeenth Day of September, Two Thousand and Seventeen and in this Fourth Year of Our Reign.
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Postby Hindia Belanda » Sun Oct 29, 2017 9:48 am

Category: Instrument of Full Powers (IFP)
Status: In force
Authority: His Majesty the King



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Instrument of Full Powers

Willem-Alexander, by the Grace of God, King of the Netherlands and of Hindia Belanda, Prince of Orange-Nassau, &c. &c. &c.

To all and singular to whom these Presents shall come, Greeting!

We hereby invest Our Trusty and Well-beloved Mr Bambang Darian Susilo, the Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda with Full Powers to sign, on Our behalf in respect of Our Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda within Our Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Agreement Between the Government of the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda and the Government of the Republic of Hiram Land on Comprehensive Trade Partnership and Mutual Visa Waiver.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF We have caused Our Great Seal of the Commonwealth, in place of Our Netherlandic Seal, to be affixed to these Presents, which We have signed with Our own Hand.

Given at Our Court in The Hague, the Twenty-Ninth Day of October, Two Thousand and Seventeen and in this Fourth Year of Our Reign.
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Postby Hindia Belanda » Thu Nov 23, 2017 2:21 pm

Category: Royal Proclamation
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Proclamation of 23 November 2017 on the Acquisition of Territorial Sovereignty over Pangoena Island by the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda

BY THE KING'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY. A PROCLAMATION.


WHEREAS We have taken into our great consideration the acquisition of full territorial sovereignty over Pangoena Island in Oceania, previously administered by the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the French Republic as a tridominium, secured to us by a Treaty between our Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda and parties aforesaid signed in our City of Jakarta on the Fourteenth Day of November in this Fourth Year of our Reign; and being desirous of pleasant and agreeable transition of governance in and over the ceded territories, and being desirous that all qualified inhabitants of the ceded territories who hitherto were neither subjects of our Most Excellent Majesty1 nor citizens of our Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda, and who, at the time the cession is fully implemented, declares and affirms their desire to become our subjects to henceforth enjoy all rights and privileges associated with Hindia Belandan Overseas citizenship, We therefore have thought fit, with the advice and consent of the Nobles, Peers and Deputies of our Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda in Staten-Generaal assembled, to issue this our Proclamation to be then declared to all our beloved subjects in our Kingdom of the Netherlands and to be made known by all and every other person whatsoever to whom this Proclamation shall come, that We have, with the advice and consent of the Council of State of Hindia Belanda, ordered the creation of a government properly styled as "Government of Pangoena Island" which shall henceforth be subordinate to our Commonwealth Government of Hindia Belanda and be granted certain independence and liberties, insofar as expressly specified in an Act of the Staten-Generaal of Hindia Belanda entitled "Pangoena Island Act 2017 (Governance)", to govern the ceded territories under an Administrator who shall be, from time to time, appointed by our Commonwealth Government of Hindia Belanda to oversee and maintain the ceded territories, as that same Commonwealth Government of Hindia Belanda may see fit in accordance with the provisions of the said Act of the Staten-Generaal of Hindia Belanda.

We have also, with the advice and consent of the Council of State of Hindia Belanda, thought fit to empower the office of Administrator aforesaid to declare the calling, prorogation and dissolution of an elected assembly properly styled as "Assembly of Pangoena" as the Administrator may see fit in strict accordance with the provisions of any and all Acts, Statutory Instruments, Besluiten or Ordinances concerning the governance of Pangoena Island that may come into force within the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda, at or after the time this our Proclamation is first declared and published, in addition to an Act of the Staten-Generaal of Hindia Belanda entitled "Pangoena Island Act 2017 (Governance)".

And whereas it will ensure the continuity of peace in and over Pangoena Islands and the security of all properties and persons who are or shall after the cession is fully implemented become inhabitants thereof, We have thought fit to empower the said Assembly of Pangoena to make and ordain laws, statutes and regulations for the good governance, public welfare and maintenance of peace of Pangoena Island, the extent of which is governed by an Act of the Staten-Generaal of Hindia Belanda entitled "Pangoena Island Act 2017 (Governance)"; and in the mean time until after the said Assembly of Pangoena is called, all persons inhabiting on or visiting Pangoena Island shall come under and confide in the direct protection of our Most Excellent Majesty as manifested chiefly in the viceregal person of our most loyal and faithful representative Governor-General Mohammed Salim or the persons of his deputies, and secondly in the viceregal person of the Administrator aforesaid.

Given at our Court in Jakarta the 23rd Day of November, Two Thousand and Seventeen and in this Fourth Year of our Reign.

LEVE DE KONING



1. "Subjects of the King's Most Excellent Majesty" are legally understood to be citizens of any constituent countries of the Kingdom of the Netherlands (e.g Hindia Belanda, the Netherlands, Aruba, etc). Since Hindia Belanda adopted a separate nationality law in 1950, any person who is not a Hindia Belandan national regardless of whether they are subject of the monarch of the Kingdom of the Netherlands is considered an alien. Thus, when used to refer to a citizen of a constituent country of the Kingdom other than Hindia Belanda, the classification carries no legal meaning within Hindia Belanda and territories, but it may still appear pro forma on official documents. On the other hand, any person who is a Hindia Belandan national is automatically a "subject of the King's Most Excellent Majesty".
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Postby Hindia Belanda » Thu Mar 08, 2018 5:30 am

Category: Instrument of Full Powers (IFP)
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Instrument of Full Powers

Willem-Alexander, by the Grace of God, King of the Netherlands and of Hindia Belanda, Prince of Orange-Nassau, &c. &c. &c.

To all and singular to whom these Presents shall come, Greeting!

We hereby invest Our Trusty and Well-beloved Mr Bambang Darian Susilo, the Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda with Full Powers to sign, on Our behalf in respect of Our Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda within Our Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Agreement Between the Government of the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda and the Government of the United Kingdom of Semolia on Comprehensive Cultural, Economic and Trade Partnership.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF We have caused Our Great Seal of the Commonwealth, in place of Our Netherlandic Seal, to be affixed to these Presents, which We have signed with Our own Hand.

Given at Our Court in The Hague, the Eighth Day of March, Two Thousand and Eighteen and in this Fifth Year of Our Reign.
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Category: Public General Act (CPGA, Astyria)
Status: In force
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Taxation Act 2018

Willem-Alexander, 2018 Chapter 2


AN ACT to make provision for the taxation rate levied by the Commonwealth Government on aliens and on His Majesty’s subjects in the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda for the fiscal year of 2018-2019.



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يڠ موليا ڤدوكا بݢيندا يڠ مها ڤڠاسيه رجا وليم اليكسندر،

كمي، ڤرا كاولا يڠ موليا يڠ امت ڤتوه دن امت سعتيا، ڤرا دعڤوتي-دعڤوتي ڤرسماكموران ترمجليس دلم ستاتعن-جعندرل، تلاه سچرا بعباس دن آيندڤندن تله سڤكت اينتك مامبوات ڤرۏيسي-ڤرفيسي يڠ ديسابوتكن بعريكوت عني اونتك معمبياياآي ڤڠالوارن ڤمرينته يڠ موليا دي ڤرسمكموران هنديا بلندا؛ سعرتا دڠان عني معمعهن دڠان رنده هتي كڤدا يڠ موليا اونتك مڽتوجوي دن معندعكريت سعرتا دڠان عني ديستوجوي دن ديدعكريتكن اولعه يڠ مها موليا بݢيندا رجا، ستلاه معندعڠر مانتري-مانتري كرجعن سرتا دڠن ناسيهت ستاتعن-جعندرل هنديا بلندا: (In the Indonesian language, Jawi Script)


Most Gracious Sovereign Lord King Willem-Alexander,

WE, Your Majesty’s most loyal and dutiful subjects, the Deputies of the Commonwealth in Staten-Generaal assembled, have voluntarily and independently resolved to make the provisions hereinafter specified in order to defray the expenses of Your Majesty’s Government in the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda; and do therefore most humbly beseech Your Majesty that, out of Your Majesty’s Most Gracious Disposition, it may be approved and decreed, and be it approved and decreed by the King’s Most Excellent Majesty after having heard His Majesty’s Ministers of the Crown and in consultations with the Staten-Generaal of Hindia Belanda:



Chapter 1: Taxes levied on natural persons who are subjects of the King’s Most Excellent Majesty

Part I: Income tax

(1) The Dewan Deputi is resolved, in close consultation with the Finance Minister, that the taxation rate for the fiscal year of 2018-2019 shall be levied at:

    (a). 0% on His Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn less than HBR 16,000;

    (b). 0% on His Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn less than HBR 28,000;

    (c). 9% on His Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 16,001 to HBR 35,000;

    (d). 9% on His Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 28,001 to HBR 47,000;

    (e). 11% on His Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 35,001 to HBR 54,000;

    (f). 11% on His Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 47,001 to HBR 66,000;

    (g). 14% on His Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 54,001 to HBR 73,000;

    (h). 14% on His Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 66,001 to HBR 85,000;

    (i). 17% on His Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 73,001 to HBR 92,000;

    (j). 17% on His Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union ,with two children and earn from HBR 85,001 to HBR 104,000;

    (k). 22% on His Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 92,001 to HBR 111,000;

    (l). 22% on His Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 104,001 to HBR 123,000;

    (m). 25% on His Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 111,001 to HBR 130,000;

    (n). 25% on His Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 123,001 to HBR 145,000;

    (o). 29% on His Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn more than HBR 130,001;

    (p). 29% on His Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn more than HBR 145,001;


Part II: Property tax

(1) The Dewan Deputi is resolved, in close consultation with the Finance Minister, that the rates at which property taxes are levied on His Majesty’s subjects remain unchanged in the fiscal year of 2018-2019.



(2) The Dewan Deputi is resolved, in close consultation with the Finance Minister, that property taxes shall henceforth be levied on owners of real properties by each respective Commune.



Chapter 2: Taxes levied on natural persons who are resident aliens

Part I: Income tax
The Dewan Deputi is resolved, in close consultation with the Finance Minister, that the taxation rate for the fiscal year of 2018-2019 shall be levied at:

    (a). 0% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn less than HBR 16,000;

    (b). 0% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn less than HBR 28,000;

    (c). 9% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 16,001 to HBR 35,000;

    (d). 9% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 28,001 to HBR 47,000;

    (e). 11% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 35,001 to HBR 54,000;

    (f). 11% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 47,001 to HBR 66,000;

    (g). 14% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 54,001 to HBR 73,000;

    (h). 14% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 66,001 to HBR 85,000;

    (i). 17% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 73,001 to HBR 92,000;

    (j). 17% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 85,001 to HBR 104,000;

    (k). 22% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 92,001 to HBR 111,000;

    (l). 22% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 104,001 to HBR 123,000;

    (m). 25% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 111,001 to HBR 130,000;

    (n). 25% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 123,001 to HBR 145,000;

    (o). 29% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn more than HBR 130,001;

    (p). 29% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn more than HBR 145,001;



Part II: Property tax

(1) The Dewan Deputi is resolved, in close consultation with the Finance Minister, that the rates at which property taxes are levied on resident aliens remain unchanged in the fiscal year of 2018-2019.





Chapter 3: Taxes levied on natural persons who are transient aliens

Part I: Provisions of the Taxation Act 2017

(1) The provisions of Chapter 3, Part I of the Taxation Act 2017 remain in force.


Part II: Gainful activities
(1) The provisions of Chapter 3, Part II of the Taxation Act 2017 remain in force.


Chapter 4: General

Part I: Abrogation and supplementation
(1) Unless otherwise specified, the provisions of this Act abrogate the provisions contained within previous Taxation Acts enforced within the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda and, where specified, supplement the provisions contained within the same.


Part II: Extent
(1) This Act extends to the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda and territories, except the Autonomous Territory of Southeastern Malaya.


Part III: Commencement
(1) This Act shall come into force on 21 April 2018.


Part IV: Short title
(1) This Act may be cited as the Taxation Act 2018.




Category: Public General Act (CPGA)
Status: In force
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Taxation Act 2018

Anne Charlotte, 2018 Chapter 2


AN ACT to make provision for the taxation rate levied by the Commonwealth Government on aliens and on Her Majesty’s subjects in the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda for the fiscal year of 2018-2019.



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يڠ موليا ڤدوكا بݢيندا يڠ مها ڤڠاسيه عنا چارلوت،

كمي، ڤرا كاولا يڠ موليا يڠ امت ڤتوه دن امت سعتيا، ڤرا دعڤوتي-دعڤوتي ڤرسماكموران ترمجليس دلم ستاتعن-جعندرل، تلاه سچرا بعباس دن آيندڤندن تله سڤكت اينتك مامبوات ڤرۏيسي-ڤرفيسي يڠ ديسابوتكن بعريكوت عني اونتك معمبياياآي ڤڠالوارن ڤمرينته يڠ موليا دي ڤرسمكموران هنديا بلندا؛ سعرتا دڠان عني معمعهن دڠان رنده هتي كڤدا يڠ موليا اونتك مڽتوجوي دن معندعكريت سعرتا دڠان عني ديستوجوي دن ديدعكريتكن اولعه يڠ مها موليا بݢيندا راتو، ستلاه معندعڠر مانتري-مانتري كرجعن سرتا دڠن ناسيهت ستاتعن-جعندرل هنديا بلندا: (In the Indonesian language, Jawi Script)


Most Gracious Sovereign Lady Queen Anne Charlotte,

WE, Your Majesty’s most loyal and dutiful subjects, the Deputies of the Commonwealth in Staten-Generaal assembled, have voluntarily and independently resolved to make the provisions hereinafter specified in order to defray the expenses of Your Majesty’s Government in the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda; and do therefore most humbly beseech Your Majesty that, out of Your Majesty’s Most Gracious Disposition, it may be approved and decreed, and be it approved and decreed by the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty after having heard Her Majesty’s Ministers of the Crown and in consultations with the Staten-Generaal of Hindia Belanda:



Chapter 1: Taxes levied on natural persons who are subjects of the Queen's Most Excellent Majesty

Part I: Income tax

(1) The Dewan Deputi is resolved, in close consultation with the Finance Minister, that the taxation rate for the fiscal year of 2018-2019 shall be levied at:

    (a). 0% on Her Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn less than HBR 16,000;

    (b). 0% on Her Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn less than HBR 28,000;

    (c). 9% on Her Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 16,001 to HBR 35,000;

    (d). 9% on Her Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 28,001 to HBR 47,000;

    (e). 11% on Her Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 35,001 to HBR 54,000;

    (f). 11% on Her Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 47,001 to HBR 66,000;

    (g). 14% on Her Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 54,001 to HBR 73,000;

    (h). 14% on Her Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 66,001 to HBR 85,000;

    (i). 17% on Her Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 73,001 to HBR 92,000;

    (j). 17% on Her Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union ,with two children and earn from HBR 85,001 to HBR 104,000;

    (k). 22% on Her Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 92,001 to HBR 111,000;

    (l). 22% on Her Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 104,001 to HBR 123,000;

    (m). 25% on Her Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 111,001 to HBR 130,000;

    (n). 25% on Her Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 123,001 to HBR 145,000;

    (o). 29% on Her Majesty’s subjects who have yet to marry and earn more than HBR 130,001;

    (p). 29% on Her Majesty’s subjects who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn more than HBR 145,001;


Part II: Property tax

(1) The Dewan Deputi is resolved, in close consultation with the Finance Minister, that the rates at which property taxes are levied on Her Majesty’s subjects remain unchanged in the fiscal year of 2018-2019.



(2) The Dewan Deputi is resolved, in close consultation with the Finance Minister, that property taxes shall henceforth be levied on owners of real properties by each respective Commune.



Chapter 2: Taxes levied on natural persons who are resident aliens

Part I: Income tax
The Dewan Deputi is resolved, in close consultation with the Finance Minister, that the taxation rate for the fiscal year of 2018-2019 shall be levied at:

    (a). 0% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn less than HBR 16,000;

    (b). 0% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn less than HBR 28,000;

    (c). 9% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 16,001 to HBR 35,000;

    (d). 9% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 28,001 to HBR 47,000;

    (e). 11% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 35,001 to HBR 54,000;

    (f). 11% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 47,001 to HBR 66,000;

    (g). 14% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 54,001 to HBR 73,000;

    (h). 14% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 66,001 to HBR 85,000;

    (i). 17% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 73,001 to HBR 92,000;

    (j). 17% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 85,001 to HBR 104,000;

    (k). 22% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 92,001 to HBR 111,000;

    (l). 22% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 104,001 to HBR 123,000;

    (m). 25% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn from HBR 111,001 to HBR 130,000;

    (n). 25% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn from HBR 123,001 to HBR 145,000;

    (o). 29% on resident aliens who have yet to marry and earn more than HBR 130,001;

    (p). 29% on resident aliens who are married or are in a civil union, with two children and earn more than HBR 145,001;



Part II: Property tax

(1) The Dewan Deputi is resolved, in close consultation with the Finance Minister, that the rates at which property taxes are levied on resident aliens remain unchanged in the fiscal year of 2018-2019.





Chapter 3: Taxes levied on natural persons who are transient aliens

Part I: Provisions of the Taxation Act 2017

(1) The provisions of Chapter 3, Part I of the Taxation Act 2017 remain in force.


Part II: Gainful activities
(1) The provisions of Chapter 3, Part II of the Taxation Act 2017 remain in force.


Chapter 4: General

Part I: Abrogation and supplementation
(1) Unless otherwise specified, the provisions of this Act abrogate the provisions contained within previous Taxation Acts enforced within the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda and, where specified, supplement the provisions contained within the same.


Part II: Extent
(1) This Act extends to the Commonwealth of Hindia Belanda and territories.


Part III: Commencement
(1) This Act shall come into force on 21 April 2018.


Part IV: Short title
(1) This Act may be cited as the Taxation Act 2018.
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