Role of Assessment Team in Land Procurement as One of the Reference Determination of Land Prices by the North Sulawesi Regional Government

Muhammad Hero Soepeno, Revy S.M. Korah, Presly Prayogo


To reach a prosperous, fair and wealthy society is the dream of every country in the world, one of the facilities to make it happen by doing construction. Construction must be supported by adequate infrastructure in addition to improving community welfare. In its construction, construction really requires adequate land, but in the implementation of land acquisition it is often a problem about land pricing as a form of compensation. The community as the party entitled to the land will refer to the market price, while the government that requires the land to survive with the price of the Tax Object Selling Value, in terms of lower value and is felt unfair by the community. Therefore the current legal system of land acquisition uses the services of an independent and professional Land Appraisal Team to carry out land acquisition in the context of accelerating and effectiveness of development in Indonesia. The purpose of this study is to examine the problem of the implementation of land valuation by the assessment team in the procurement of land for the public interest and the role of the land assessment team for land acquisition for the public interest in determining land prices. The results of this study are expected to be used as input for legal science, especially in the fields of Agrarian and Land Law, civil law and legal science in general and can be used as a reference for further research. This study uses the Socio Legal research method refers to the norms that are and formulated with data in the field based on the results of interviews which are then used to analyze the data and make conclusions about the problem under study. The object of this research is located in Manado City, Minahasa Regency, Bolaangmongondow Regency, Kotamobagu City, Bitung City, Tomohon City, North Minahasa Regency, South Minahasa Regency and Talaud Regency. Based on the results of the study, the assessment team had worked according to the rules, but from the community had not felt justice for their welfare based on the reason the assessment team did not refer to market prices, assessment team data as a non-transparent measure, objections to the value submitted by the community would not be granted by the Supreme Court. The involvement of community participation must be used for the people's welfare. Further problems regarding land acquisition for customary land for public purposes.

Keywords: Procurement; Land; Appraisal; justice.

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