Commercial law as stipulated by the Government of Indonesia is historically based on colonial-era Dutch statutes. During the Soekarno and Soeharto eras these were gradually amended, with the objective of encouraging desperately-needed investment. These included the Basic Agrarian Law along with the Foreign Investment Law. As an appealing destination for foreign investment, Indonesia offers investment support in the form of, among others, loans from a Bank or another financial institution, either domestic or offshore. Any variety of lending structure may be tailored to the needs of the borrower, conforming to existing regulatory limits and lender security. In a new "Reformation Era" major improvements and modernization have been carried out throughout the legal system and this process continues today. N&A can guide the foreign investors through changes in legislation and their enforcement, in an era of fluid advances.