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Come on, find out the definitions, terms, and main duties of the PPAT

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Dec 9, 2020
Come on, find out the definitions, terms, and main duties of the PPAT

PPAT definition

Based on article 1 paragraph (1) Government Regulation number 24 of 2016 concerning Amendment to Government Regulation number 37 of 1998 concerning the Position of Land Deed Making Officials, PPAT is a public official who is given the authority to make authentic deeds regarding certain legal actions regarding the rights to land or ownership rights over apartment units. Well, you already know about the PPAT definition.

PPAT Main Duties

For the main tasks of PPAT, it can be seen based on article 2 of Government Regulation number 37 of 1998 concerning Regulation of Land Deed Making Officials. PPAT’s task is to carry out some land registration activities by making deeds as evidence of certain legal actions regarding land rights or ownership rights over apartment units which are used as the basis for registering changes to land registration data as a result of these legal actions.

The legal actions referred to are sale and purchase, exchange, grant, entry into the company (inbreng), sharing of joint rights, granting rights to build / use rights or land ownership rights, granting mortgage rights, and granting power of attorney to impose mortgages.

Well, based on the provisions contained in Article 3 of Government Regulation No. 37 of 1998 to carry out the main tasks as mentioned above, PPAT is given the authority to make authentic deeds of eight types of legal acts mentioned above. You understand, right?

Requirements to become PPAT

Maybe you are interested in becoming a PPAT, there are eight requirements that must be met. This is based on article 6 paragraph 1 of Government Regulation Number 24 of 2016. This article regulates the requirements to be appointed as PPAT. The requirements to become a PPAT are:

First, Indonesian citizenship. Second, at least 22 (twenty two) years old. Third, of good character and stated by a certificate issued by the local police agency.

Fourth, he has never been sentenced to imprisonment based on a court decision that has obtained permanent legal force for committing a crime punishable by imprisonment of 5 (five) years or more.

Fifth, physically and mentally healthy. Sixth, with a law degree and a graduate in notary bachelor’s degree or a graduate of the PPAT special education program organized by the ministry that administers government affairs in the agrarian / land sector.

Seventh, pass the test held by the ministry which administers government affairs in the field of agrarian / land affairs, and.

Eighth, have undergone an apprenticeship or have actually worked as an employee at the PPAT office for at least 1 (one) year after graduating from notary education.