People can be charged a tariff of 0 rupiah or free to take care of land certificates. This fee is referred to as the rate of non-tax state revenue (PNBP). Applies to three land services.
However, community groups that meet the criteria for imposing a zero rupiah tariff still have to submit an application when processing land certificates. One of them is poor people whose monthly income is below the applicable minimum wage for each regency/city. The method is to attach a certificate from the local RT/RW head and be known by the lurah, village head, or other names; This became the most popular article on the Kompas.com Property channel, Monday (20/6/2022).
So, what about the other criteria? You can read more information here. Manage Zero Rupiah Land Certificates? Here are the requirements for submission:
As already mentioned, not all communities have to pay a fee when applying for land certificates at the Land Office (Kantah). Because, for certain community groups, land certificates can be subject to a zero rupiah tariff or free. As stated in Government Regulation (PP) Number 128 of 2015 concerning Types and Tariffs of Non-Tax State Revenues Applicable to the Ministry of ATR/BPN.