International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
Vol. 5, Issue 6 (2019)

Yogyakarta sultanate concept as a subject of land ownership right


Monica Gainifer, Lego Karjoko

This article aims to analyze the concept of Yogyakarta sultanate as the subject of land ownership right. This was categorized into normative legal research. Statute approach was employed in the study. The legal materials used in the study were primary, secondary, and tertiary legal material. The data were analyzed deductively. The discussion result shows that the legal system of Yogyakarta Sultan ground is regulated in Act no 13 of 2012. It states that Kasultanan is declared as legal entities. As a legal entity, Kasultanan is the subject of the right of ownership over Sultan Ground. Although there is a contradictory regulation, Act on Specialty, as a higher regulation compared to Governmental Regulation and Presidential Decision, has prevailed in Yogyakarta. It stipulates that Kasultanan is authorized to manage and use the lands to develop culture, social interest, and people prosperity. For other parties, in order to manage Sultan ground.
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Monica Gainifer, Lego Karjoko. Yogyakarta sultanate concept as a subject of land ownership right. International Journal of Law, Volume 5, Issue 6, 2019, Pages 28-30
International Journal of Law