Skip to content

Podcast: G&R Airtime reviews the status of e-signatures in Indonesia

Related people
Reksodiputro Harun
Harun Reksodiputro

Partner, Ginting & Reksodiputro in association with Allen & Overy

Jakarta

View profile →

Alfadya Dion
Dion Alfadya

Counsel, Ginting & Reksodiputro in association with Allen & Overy

Jakarta

View profile →

17 June 2020

Season two of G&R Airtime, the podcast brought to you by lawyers from Ginting & Reksodiputro in association with Allen & Overy, launches with an overview of e-signatures and their legal status in Indonesia. 

Episode 6: The status of e-signatures in Indonesia

With large numbers of people around the world working from home, the question of how you can practically and validly execute documents is one which has troubled many. Getting it wrong can have serious and irreversible consequences. In this episode, we discuss the legal status of e-signatures in Indonesia, and in particular: 

  • What constitutes an e-signature?
  • Whether the courts in Indonesia would recognise and enforce agreements executed by e-signature.
  • Who can effect an e-signature?
  • What documents can be signed by e-signature?
  • What should parties consider from a practical perspective before electronically signing a document? 

Download episode 6

Click here for past episodes of G&R Airtime.

 Podbean-logo 

You can now follow G&R Airtime on Instagram