Vol. 6, Issue 5 (2020)
Reconstruction of the supervision policy of notary as a land-certificate maker in Indonesia based on justice value
Author(s): Dewi Tjandraningsih, Gunarto, Ngadino
Abstract: In Indonesia, the notary plays an important role in the Indonesian's Law Structure. Even so, there are still many problems for notaries, one of which is related to supervision. For the sake of realizing benefit, legal certainty, and justice, the author is interested in examining this problem where the main problem discussed are what problems arise in notary supervision of land-certificate making in Indonesia currently and how the reconstruction is based on the value of justice. The matter are studied using normative research with descriptive research type. The approach to the problem used is an applied normative approach with the type of judicial case study. The data used are literature research where the data consists of primary, secondary and tertiary legal materials. Research Shows that the problems faced in the current notary supervision process come from MPN, which mostly comes from the weak governance of the institution. This is coupled with the lack of a legal culture of professionalism that is owned by Notaries which is reflected in the reluctance to examine Notary in persons by the MPN as both are fellow Notaries. To overcome this, it is necessary to reconstruct the policy of notary supervision as government official based on the value of justice by changing article 67 of Law Number 2 of 2014 to: (1) Notary supervision is carried out by Indonesian notary association (INI) and (2) for the Minister to immediately form a supervisory board, and also for INI to form a Notary's Honorary Board.