Materai / Indonesian Stamp

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Find out about duty stamps (Materai ) on official and personal documents in Indonesia... Many official documents in Indonesia must be affixed with a blue stamp called a meterai in order to be considered legal. A person must sign the stamp; if part of the stamp does not include a person's signature, it is not legal. Anyone - Indonesian citizens and foreigners alike - can use meterai to validate documents. They can also be used for personal documents, such as promissory notes for personal loans. Documents requiring stamp duty include: Bank transactions: certificate of deposit purchases, promissory notes, loan and credit agreements Financial contracts, for example private loans Insurance contracts Land transactions Letters of agreement Licences Notarial deeds Power of attorney Proxies Receipts, including tax payments Statement letters

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