Under Indonesian legal systems, there are certain Indonesian civil documentations that requires a court decree in order to complete the registration or the certifications at the nominated Indonesian Civil Institutions. The Indonesian Court Decree is applied by the applicant to The designated Indonesian District Court by supplying particular supporting documentations.
The following documentations are requiring a court order for the registration or certifications:
1. BIRTH CERTIFICATION.
In accordance to the Indonesian legal provisions, all Indonesian birth must be registered with the civil institutions within 60 days since the child was born, should the registration is exceed the given time period, the applicant is required to file for a civil petition at the local district court in order to have the birth registered. This provision is also applies to an out of wedlock child.
2. MARRIAGE CERTIFICATION.
An Indonesian marriage ceremony must be registered to the marriage registrar within the maximum of sixty (60) days since the ceremony was held. Under Indonesian law, in order to conduct a proper registration for the marriage, all marriages must be certified at the designated Indonesian civil Institutions regardless of where the marriage was previously held.
All marriages must be certified and acquiring the registered marriage certificate as the proof of the marriage validity. In terms that the marriage could no be verified, the applicant is required to file for civil petition to the district court.
The Indonesian civil and population law states that a child adoption must be implemented by a court decree within the applicant jurisdiction. The adoption event must be registered to the civil institutions within 30 (thirty) days since the applicant is possessing the court decree.
4. CHILD ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
In order to conduct a legal acknowledgement for an out of wedlock child or a children born from an unmarried couple, the applicant is required to file for a legal petition at the local district court. In order to obtain further certifications, the Indonesian Civil Administration law states that a child acknowledgement proceedings must be registered within thirty days since the court hearing has been conducted.
5. LEGALIZING AN OUT OF WEDLOCK CHILD
An Indonesian child legalization, which simply means to enlist an out of wedlock child or a child born from an unmarried couple into the legal marriage of the parents, must be conducted during the legal marriage of the parents took place. The process must be acknowledged and registered to the civil institutions within thirty days since the marriage was performed. In terms that the applicant has exceeds the specified period, they are required to file for a legal petition at an Indonesian district court in order to implement the legalization proceedings for their child.
6. CHANGING A PERSON'S BIRTH NAME
According to The Indonesian Civil, Populations and administration law, the legal proceedings to change a person's name is conducted by filing a legal petition to the local Indonesian district court. Since there are numerous rights and obligations that is tight directly with a person's name, either civil or private rights, which in turn emphasized the applicant to file for a legal petition at the local Indonesian district court.
Furthermore, after the submitted legal application to the Indonesian district court has been granted, the applicant or the attorney must submitted the court order to The Civil Registry Office within thirty (30) days, since the applicant or the attorney has received the court order from The Indonesian District Court.