Focus and scope


The Indonesia Private Law Review discusses matters in the private law field, consisting of established or founded upon law actions. Subsequently, the Indonesia Private Law Review focuses on implementation to put a decision or plan into effect or execution. In the Indonesia Private Law Review, law development must integrate and synergize with other sectors of development.


The Indonesia Private Law Review scope discusses matters regarding the legal grounds, implementation, and law and development of the private law field. The journal encourages contributions on fields that have correlation or interests to the following discussions:

  • Agreement
  • Contract Law
  • International trade
  • Islamic law
  • Family law
  • Adat law
  • Property Law
  • Corporation Law
  • Business and economy law
  • Intellectual Property Rights
  • Civil Code of Indonesia or burgerlijk wetboek
  • Commercial Code of Indonesia or Wetboek van Koopenhandel voor Indonesia.


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