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In Indonesian law, a Marriage Agreement is considered to be the union of assets when people marry.

Marriage agreements can be made before marriage (Prenuptial Agreement) or after the marriage (Postnuptial agreement).

These agreements are particularly important for mixed marriage couples as they can be a way to protect the interests of each party, especially in the ownership of property and the responsibility for debts and receivables during a marriage.

With the agreement, the husband and wife are considered to own their respective assets. If in the future there is a divorce, then there is no need for the division of property between husband and wife.

This is regulated under Article 29 of the Marriage Law – Constitutional Court Decision Number 69/PUU-XIII/2015.

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