E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 4, Issue 3, 2024

Notary's Responsibility for the Minutes of the General Meeting of Shareholders which were Prepared without the approval of the Board of Directors

Author(s): Intan Nurul Izzah, Dahlan, Ika Susilawati


The purpose of this investigation is to determine the liability of the notary for minutes of general meetings drafted by the notary without the consent of the board of directors. Notaries are obliged to comply with the provisions of notarial law when performing their duties of drafting documents. Notaries are obliged to be honest, impartial, thorough and independent when handling documents involving legal acts, and to protect the interests of the parties involved. This is consistent with Article 16(1) (a) UUJN. Therefore, notaries, in the performance of their professional duties, are obliged to act with care, thoroughness and accuracy in accordance with the procedures established by current regulations when drafting a document which will subsequently become a certified document. However, there is a notary in Decision No. 1 who does not meet the requirements of this article, that is, a notary who carries out the GMS agenda without the consent of the board of directors.

Keywords: Notary, Minutes, General Meeting of Shareholders

Pages: 696-702

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