Reconstruction of land registration policy on granting building use rights to a state owned enterprise pln in central java
Dahniarti Hasana, Gunarto, Widhi Handoko
Deviations from the application of the land registration system require an immediate study and treatment. Therefore for law to be effective, law enforcement officials are needed to enforce these sanctions. A sanction can be actualized to the public in the form of obedience (compliance), with these conditions indicating that there are indicators that the law is effective. This is then reviewed by the author with the main issue of What are the weaknesses in the implementation of land registration policies for the granting of the Building-Use Rights for State Owned Enterprise PLN of Central Java and how the reconstruction of land registration policies for granting the Building-Use Rights for State-Owned PLN in Central Java is effective and efficient. The study was done using the constructivism paradigm and the type of research is a qualitative study with a socio-legal approach. Research shows that obstacles that arise are in the weak legal system and problems in Indonesian law today, the service of the bureaucratic system for registering land online is still far from expectations. So that there is still a meeting between rule sanctioning or bureaucratic servants / ART / BPN with role occupants (bureaucratic applicants or the public and stakeholders) as bureaucratic users. The meeting eventually led to two-way communication that led to a win-win solution in the form of service deviations, namely bribery and extortion (gratification) in the form of accelerated cash payments. Caused by a service system that is not able to serve quickly because the existing system is still manual and conventional. based on the foregoing, the Reconstruction of Land Registration Policy Against the Granting of Effective and Efficient Building-use Rights in the Central Java Regional PLN is the reconstruction of the law that prioritizes the function of law enforcement to actualize the legal rules in accordance with those aspired by the law itself, ie realizing human attitudes or behavior in accordance with the frame (frame work) that has been determined by law.
Dahniarti Hasana, Gunarto, Widhi Handoko. Reconstruction of land registration policy on granting building use rights to a state owned enterprise pln in central java. International Journal of Law, Volume 6, Issue 2, 2020, Pages 167-173