Vol. 6, Issue 3 (2020)
Reconstruction of the complete systematic land registration regulation based on justice value
Author(s): Nurhayati Desy Dwi Hartanti, Gunarto, Amin Purnawan, Arpangi
Abstract: Complete Systematic Land Registration needs to be reviewed because it has not been effective enough because as of the target of 26,000 (twenty-six thousand) plot of land, the Central Java Land Office can only issue a total of 7,800 (seven thousand eight hundred) certificates only. The main issues studied are What are the Weaknesses of the Implementation of Complete Systematic Land Registration in Indonesia Today and How is the Reconstruction of Regulation on Systematic Complete Land Registration in Indonesia Based on Justice Value. The study was done using the constructivism paradigm and the type of research is a qualitative study with a socio-legal approach where the primary data taken from samples from central java's Land Office. Research shows that the weakness of the implementation of the Complete Systematic Land Registration at this time is the lack of public understanding of this government program despite the fact that several times there have been socialization of several examples of funding sources and the completeness of juridical data. Therefore, it is necessary to Reconstruct a Complete Systematic Land Registration Regulation Based on Justice Value in Article 40 Paragraph (1) Regulation of the Minister of Agrarian Affairs and Spatial Planning of the Republic of Indonesia National Land Agency Number 6 of 2018 concerning Complete Systematic Land Registration, that are namely: Financing Source for Complete Systematic Land Registration and Article 4 paragraph (4) Regulation of the Minister of Agrarian and Spatial Planning of the National Land Agency of the Republic of Indonesia Number 6 of 2018 concerning Complete Systematic Land Registration, which is the Implementation of Complete Systematic Land Registration Activities, especially in the clause of community objection because these two articles cause No stages of objection period before the issuance of the certificate so that the community is still charged with the cost of excess needs, some of which have been borne by the government through the Complete Systematic Land Registration Program.