The nature of justice as the platform of contractual relations towards contract review (Re-negotiation) by parties in the development of business law in Indonesia
Nenden Herawaty Suleman, Wulanmas APG Frederik, J Ronald Mawuntu, Ronny A Maramis
Re-negotiation should take into account the interests of the parties, including the interests and ability of the company to implement the articles of the agreement that has been agreed.Through this normative legal research, an abstraction of legal material is obtained through the deduction process of the applicable positive legal norms, in the form of legal systematization and legal synchronization both horizontally and vertically to know and evaluate the relevant legislation in the implementation of the agreement if the parties to the agreement wish to review the agreements previously agreed upon (re-negotiation). In this layer of law, description, systematization, analysis, interpretation and evaluation of positive law are undertaken.Similarly to the legal aspect of the contract, it is intended that the contract designer must be able to write the transactions and the business interests of the parties into a valid and enforceable contract. This is based in the notion that the contract that was made is to contain the rule of law that will apply to the parties subjected to the contract so as to provide legal protection for the parties in reviewing (re-negotiating) a contract.
Nenden Herawaty Suleman, Wulanmas APG Frederik, J Ronald Mawuntu, Ronny A Maramis. The nature of justice as the platform of contractual relations towards contract review (Re-negotiation) by parties in the development of business law in Indonesia. International Journal of Law, Volume 4, Issue 3, 2018, Pages 51-62