E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 3, Issue 2, 2023

Mission Problems of Realizing Legal Security on Village-by-Village Land Rights Periodic in Indonesia

Author(s): Koes Widarbo


Based on Article 19 Paragraph (1) of Law 5/1960 UUPA, the purpose of land registration is to guarantee legal certainty. Even though Indonesia adheres to a system of registration of rights with a negative publication system with positive elements, rights certificates are strong evidence but can still be canceled based on a court decision with permanent legal force, in this case the state does not guarantee the accuracy of the data [30]. Meanwhile, a country that guarantees the correctness of data is a positive system. Apart from that, activities to accelerate the quality and quantity of land registration data must be carried out. The first mission, PP 10/1961 era, is Complete Village and National Agrarian Project (PRONA). The second mission, PP 24/1997 era through PRONA and Systematic Land Registration Adjudication (PTS). The third mission, PP 24/1997 era through Complete Systematic Land Registration (PTSL) based on Per.Men.ATR/KBPN 6/2018, is in the form of a Complete Village/Kelurahan Declaration. Each stage of that era also carried out routine (sporadic) service missions. Based on this background, the issue raised is the problem of the mission of realizing legal certainty over village land rights by village or sub-district periodically in Indonesia. The research method uses normative law with a qualitative perspective.

Keywords: Problems, Mission, Realizing, Legal Certainty, Village/Kelurahan

Pages: 1183-1191

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