Juridical Review of The Complete Systematic Land Registration in Indonesia

Vincentius Hari Supriyanto, Damianus Krismantoro


The Complete Systematic Land Registration (PTSL) activity is a Government program to achieve legal certainty and the existence of a single map in Indonesia. Therefore, the target of PTSL is land that does not have a certificate in one village. Prior to the PTSL activity, there was an activity called the National Agrarian Operation Project (PRONA). These activities were not successful, so there was a new land registration system called PTSL. The methods used in this research are normative and empirical juridical methods. The results of a study on the implementation of Complete Systematic Land Registration (PTSL) in Indonesia show that it has provided legal certainty to land owners. However, in implementing PTSL in Indonesia, there are still obstacles in the implementation of PTSL. These obstacles include the lack of adequate human resources to support the implementation of PTSL, the lack of facilities and infrastructure for implementing PTSL in the regions, the lack of full support from the community for PTSL activities, and the large tax costs on land owned by the community.

Keywords: juridical review, complete systematic registration, legal certainty

DOI: 10.7176/JLPG/101-18

Publication date:September 30th 2020

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