E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 4, Issue 3, 2024

The Legal Strength of the Deed Made by a Notary Exceeds the Reasonable Amount According to the Provisions of the Notary's Code of Ethics

Author(s): Atifa Ummikalsum, Yanis Rinaldi, Teuku Abdurahman


Article 4 point 16 Amendment to the 2015 Notary Code of Ethics (KEN) "Notaries or other people (as long as they carry out the position of Notary) are prohibited from making deeds that exceed the reasonable limit, the number of which is determined by the Honorary Council (DK)", the Central Honorary Council (DKP) limits 20 deeds per day for Notaries in making deeds which is regulated in PDKP INI No.1 of 2017 concerning Reasonable Limits for the Number of Deeds Made. However, in practice there are still many notaries who make deeds that exceed reasonable limits. The aim of this research is to explain the legal power of deeds made by notaries that exceed reasonable limits, sanctions against notaries who make deeds that exceed reasonable amounts and supervision from the Notary Supervisory Council (MPN) and the Council Honorary Notary (DKN).

Keywords: Legal Strength, Fair Deed, Notary Code of Ethics (KEN)

Pages: 679-686

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