According to the law of Indonesia, there are 8 forms of legal entity for business, but only 2 forms of legal entity are permitted for foreigners in Indonesia: Limited liability company with foreign shareholders (PMA) and representative office of a foreign company, which is not a tax object.
In Indonesia a foreign company running business activities through a permanent establishment will generally have to assume the same tax obligations as a resident taxpayer.
Stamp duty is a nominal fee applicable for letters of agreement and other letters, Notary Deed and Land Deed including its copies. Usuallr either Rp. 3,000 or Rp. 6,000 on certain documents.