Customs Law in Indonesia gives officials the power to suspend a consignment if they have reason to believe that it contains counterfeit goods. However, in practice they do not make such seizures. A common reason given for this is the lack of procedure or avenue to contact the rights owners even if they do come across a large amount of suspected counterfeits. Furthermore, the rights owners can apply to a court to suspend the customs clearance of a specific shipment of goods. Nevertheless, in practice, these provisions are usually unworkable since it necessitates that you are informed of a suspected shipment, as well as able to provide supporting documentary evidence, before obtaining an order from the court to issue an official instruction to suspend the shipment. Thus, generally speaking, the courts are still not equipped to respond to time critical cases such as dealing with goods in transit.