CORPORATE, BUSINESS

AND COMMERCIAL LAW

Tiraya Legal's Commercial practice encompasses commercial contracts, compliance with business laws, joint ventures, commercial agencies, franchises, distribution agreements and more.

Our unique strengths are our knowledge and understanding of the Indonesiaern legal and regulatory environment, combined with our ability to deliver legal product to international standards.

These strengths assure our clients of practical and effective outcomes workable in Indonesia.

Commercial Contracts and Compliance: Our lawyers advise on and prepare the full gamut of commercial agreements required by businesses, both in the strategic and the operational spheres. We have practiced in the region for 5 years and we understand fully the nature and extent of business and legal risks in the Indonesia.  Our services range from the review of standard form agreements to negotiating and drafting complex “tailor-made” commercial contracts.We advise on a broad range of Indonesiaern legal and regulatory issues which impact businesses, and we understand the practical as well as the theoretical aspects of the Indonesiaern legal framework.

Joint Ventures: We advise local and international players on their joint ventures in the region, both local and cross border. We have expertise in Indonesiaern licensing and regulatory environment, including foreign shareholding rules. Where necessary, our team works closely with other specialist practices within our “full service” law firm to ensure all potential issues are identified and managed.

Commercial Agencies: We provide advice on all types of commercial agency arrangements including distribution agreements, franchise agreements and various other types of representative agreements. We frequently address the important legal and regulatory issues surrounding commercial agencies and the impact of relevant local laws on such arrangements.We have strong relationships with the regional regulatory authorities which oversee the registration of certain commercial agencies and, through these relationships, we stay abreast of new developments and practices. This ensures that our advice is clear and practical, taking into account pragmatic issues, as well as legal issues.