The management of PT Bukalapak.com Tbk responded to the second lawsuit filed by PT Harmas Jalesveva (Harmas). The lawsuit is related to the case of project work and the loss of the plaintiff’s five-year rental income, which is estimated at Rp1.1 trillion.
“However, we are currently waiting for documents related to the lawsuit from the competent authorities for us to study further and prepare and take available legal steps in accordance with the applicable legal corridors,” Bukalapak said in a statement.
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Bukalapak will follow the legal process and take appropriate legal steps, including mediation or face the lawsuit in the relevant district court in the event that mediation cannot reach an agreement by the parties.
Bukalapak stated that this lawsuit had no impact on the operational and financial aspects of the company. The company continues to operate as usual.
“For information, in the first lawsuit which was previously registered in the case register No. 294/Pdt.G/2021/PN JKT.SEL, the South Jakarta District Court Panel of Judges has issued and announced the court’s decision as contained in the announcement of Case 294/Pdt.G. /2021/PNJkt.Sel, on February 23, 2022 which in essence has explained that the Court cannot accept the lawsuit against the law filed by Harmas against the Company,” explained the company.
“The Court’s decision has clearly granted Bukalapak’s exception so that Harmas’s claim cannot be accepted (niet onvankelijke verklaard) and after that no appeal was filed by the litigants,” added the company.
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