International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
Vol. 6, Issue 2 (2020)

Excavating politics of law about legal settlement of single traffic accidents due to damaged roads


Satrio Febrianto Pamungkas, Supanto, Muhammad Rustamaji

This study aims to determine whether Law No. 22 of 2009 on Road Traffic and Transportation (“Road Traffic and Transportation Law”) has a role in resolving single traffic accident cases due to damaged roads outside the court. In answering the above problems, the research method used is doctrinal research. The type of this research uses normative legal research, a legal research that is conducted based on law and regulation and library material, which is known as secondary material. Related with this type of research, the approach used in this paper are the statutory approach, the historical approach, and the conceptual approach. So if it is questioned whether Road Traffic and Transportation Law plays a role in resolving single traffic accident cases due to damaged roads outside the court, answers are found, Road Traffic and Transportation Law played a role in resolving single traffic accident cases due to damaged roads outside the court, because there was no clear and detailed definition of who the road organizers was and the form of criminal liability and no provisions regarding the maximum duration of the damaged roads must be repaired then when viewed from the politics of law, the characteristics of Road Traffic and Transportation Law are conservative legal products.
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Satrio Febrianto Pamungkas, Supanto, Muhammad Rustamaji. Excavating politics of law about legal settlement of single traffic accidents due to damaged roads. International Journal of Law, Volume 6, Issue 2, 2020, Pages 66-69
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