Indonesian Supreme Court Jurisprudence 124K/AG/1991: Relevance of Party's Domicile

This Supreme Court jurisprudence states that a high religious court (Pengadilan Tinggi Agama), while overturning the decision of a religious court (Pengadilan Agama), incorrectly applied the law because it failed to properly consider the exception submitted by the cassation respondent/original defendant, that the cassation applicant/original plaintiff was domiciled in Klaten. This was a relevant consideration given the relative authority of the court.

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