E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 4, Issue 3, 2024

Legal Force of Grant Deeds made by the Official Making the Land Deed

Author(s): Norma Ayu Indah Sari, Firman Floranta Adonara, Ainul Azizah


Tracing the provisions governing the position and binding power of a PPAT deed as an authentic deed in the evidentiary system due to the legal vacuum and lack of synchronization of statutory regulations, makes it interesting to carry out further research. Article 1683 of the Civil Code explains that a gift is only considered binding if the object of the gift has been received by the donee or his/her proxy through an authentic deed. The research method in this thesis uses a normative juridical research type with a statutory approach and a conceptual approach. Based on the results of the discussion, it can be stated that First: PPAT's authority to make a grant deed as an authentic deed has been regulated by Article 2 paragraph (2) government regulations Number 37 of 1998. Second, the legal status of ownership of land rights if the name of the land title certificate is not transferred. The grant is valid but does not have legal force in proving civil cases. Third, in granting land rights with the consent of some children, the role of PPAT is required in the procedures for implementing the grant as outlined in the deed of granting land rights so as not to cause disputes in the future.

Keywords: Deed, Grant, The Official Making the Land Deed

Pages: 1557-1564

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