Cooperation Contract Law

Cooperation Contract Law
The Civil Code gives freedom to the parties who entered into an agreement to form an agreement inside and outside the Civil Code itself. This regulation applies to all parties who enter into an agreement, which is not contrary to the law, the norms of decency that apply. The agreement was born because of an agreement, the same will (consensus) of the parties.

This means that the agreement is not held formally only, but also consensually. In everyday life, an assumption has been created that the contract is a formal form of an agreement that is valid for a certain period of time made in written form General provisions of the agreement letter contained in the Civil Code in Book III Chapter II, while regarding special agreements regulated in Book III Chapter XVIII. In Book III Chapter II Civil Code entitled "About the engagement that was born from a contract or agreement".

Article 1313
An agreement is an act where one or more people commit themselves to one or more other people.

Article 1314
An agreement is made free or burdensome. A free agreement is an agreement, that one party will give an advantage to the other party without receiving compensation. A burdensome agreement is an agreement that requires each party to give something, do something or not do something.

Article 1315
In general, a person cannot enter into a binding agreement or agreement other than for himself.

Article 1316
A person may assume a third party and promise that the third party will do something, but this does not reduce the claim for compensation against the guarantor or the person who promised it, if the third party refuses to fulfill the agreement.

Article 1317
Agreements can also be made for the benefit of a third person, if an agreement made for yourself, or a gift to another person, contains such conditions. Anyone who has determined a condition, may not withdraw it, if a third party has said it will use that condition.

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Employment agreement
Based on Article 1601 a Civil Code provides the following understanding: "Employment Agreement is an agreement in which the first party (the worker), binds himself to under the orders of the other party, the employer for a certain time does work by receiving wages."
As part of the agreement in general, the employment agreement must fulfill the legality requirements of the agreement as stipulated in Article 1320 of the Civil Code. This provision is also stated in Article 52 paragraph (1) of the Law on Manpower which states that an employment agreement is made based on:

Both side agreement
Ability or ability to do legal actions
The promised work
The work promised must not be contrary to public order, decency, and the provisions of the applicable laws and regulations.
Collective labor agreement
Collective labor agreement is an agreement that results from negotiations between trade unions / labor unions or several trade unions / labor unions registered with the agency responsible for manpower and employers, or several employers or employers' associations that contain terms of employment, rights, and the obligations of both parties (Article 1 number 21 UUK).