The Land Courts Establishment Concepts

Bhim Prakoso, Herowati Poesoko, Irawan Soerodjo, Aries Harianto


The concept of establishing a special court for land matters is part of legal development in the field of land. The urgency of its formation because of the land issue is massive and special. The problems arise due to the ambiguity of norms in articles 15 and 52 of the UUPA and the emergence of sectoral laws. Especially land tenure in the plantation and mining sectors as a trigger for occupation, overlapping land and regulations. The establishment of a land court as a reflection of the failure of the general court to apply the principles of the judiciary and the land agency in solving problems. Construction of the establishment of a land court in accordance with the Judicial Power Law and awaiting the passing of the Land Law. The land settlement process in the court which will be formed only applies an appeal. The position of the land court is part of the justice system and is in the general court sub-ordinate civil chamber.

Keywords: Concepts, Land Issues, Land Special Courts

DOI: 10.7176/JLPG/96-02

Publication date: April 30th 2020

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