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  • balimouse
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    Originally posted by marcus View Post


    I am not a lawyer but it seems to me that you didn't commit any crime according to Indonesian Laws , assuming she was not a minor and it was a consensual relationship .

    Nowadays that could be a crime (see revision of the Criminal Code below) , assuming the proposed revision was approved .


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    From https://www.hukumonline.com/klinik/d...-dengan-pacar/ , Sept 2018

    ... Sexual relation that can be convicted is sexual relation conducted with a child who is not yet 18 years old ; sexual relation between man and woman, one of which is bound in a marriage called adultery as long as there is a complaint from an official partner of one or both parties ; and sexual relation which are carried out by force or rape ...


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    From https://news.detik.com/berita/d-4709...erancam-pidana , Sept 2019
    ... One of the KUHP (Indonesian Criminal Code) revision is the Adultery Article, which extends the definition of 'adultery'.
    In the current Criminal Code, adultery is defined as intercourse if one or both are bound by marriage. However, in the Criminal Code proposed revision, adultery is extended to all sex outside marriage.
    "Anyone who has intercourse with someone who is not his husband or wife is convicted of adultery with a maximum imprisonment of 1 (one) year or a Category II fine," read Article 417 paragraph 1 of the Criminal Code Bill ...
    To be able to imprison the perpetrator of the 'cohabitation' above, there must be an absolute requirement, namely the complaint of husband, wife, parents, or children ...
    Complaints can be withdrawn as long as the examination at the court hearing has not begun, ...
    She was absolutely not a minor and it was 100% consensual sex and even she admits to that.

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  • marcus
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    Originally posted by balimouse View Post
    ... Can anyone shed any light on any truth ...

    I am not a lawyer but it seems to me that you didn't commit any crime according to Indonesian Laws , assuming she was not a minor and it was a consensual relationship .

    Nowadays that could be a crime (see revision of the Criminal Code below) , assuming the proposed revision was approved .


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    From https://www.hukumonline.com/klinik/d...-dengan-pacar/ , Sept 2018

    ... Sexual relation that can be convicted is sexual relation conducted with a child who is not yet 18 years old ; sexual relation between man and woman, one of which is bound in a marriage called adultery as long as there is a complaint from an official partner of one or both parties ; and sexual relation which are carried out by force or rape ...


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    From https://news.detik.com/berita/d-4709...erancam-pidana , Sept 2019
    ... One of the KUHP (Indonesian Criminal Code) revision is the Adultery Article, which extends the definition of 'adultery'.
    In the current Criminal Code, adultery is defined as intercourse if one or both are bound by marriage. However, in the Criminal Code proposed revision, adultery is extended to all sex outside marriage.
    "Anyone who has intercourse with someone who is not his husband or wife is convicted of adultery with a maximum imprisonment of 1 (one) year or a Category II fine," read Article 417 paragraph 1 of the Criminal Code Bill ...
    To be able to imprison the perpetrator of the 'cohabitation' above, there must be an absolute requirement, namely the complaint of husband, wife, parents, or children ...
    Complaints can be withdrawn as long as the examination at the court hearing has not begun, ...
    Last edited by marcus; 06-02-20, 08:10.

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  • balimouse
    started a topic DNA paternity testing laws

    DNA paternity testing laws

    Hello fellow humans,

    About 2 years ago I came to bali for a holiday and met a woman on tinder. Needless to say the details that followed are somewhat intimate. She left the next morning and I didn't hear from her again until I relocated to Bali for work (about 2 years later). She told me that she had a child and that she is positive it is mine. I agreed to take a paternity test and she flew out from yogyakarta (her hometown) to bali so we could do the test. Before she arrived we began arguing about some personal matters and pretty much cut off contact. Now she has informed me that she has reported the case to the embassy and that

    no 1. The embassy has been stalking my house for activity
    no 2. they will potentially charge me with rape as in indonesia a child born out of wedlock is tried like this
    no 3. they have blocked my passport so i cannot leave
    no 4. The embassy will come to my house and escort me to jakarta to force me to take a paternity test

    She has since blocked me on all social media and told me if i have any questions to contact her lawyer (whom she never gave me the contact details). Can anyone shed any light on any truth to any of this because it doesn't sound very realistic to me and more like a scare tactic.

    Ps. I've seen these forums turn into debates about character and moral values please can you just give me the legal facts here. Thanks!

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