Issue 2018 - Volume 12, Issue 4

Issue 12:4

Daniel Hendrawan, S.H., M.Hum, Yelma Nomida Alvisalia, S.H.

Juridical Review of Mastering and Utilization of Land Rights Based on Land Letters (Skt) Connected with Mining Business Licenses (Iup) Based on Law of Number 4 the Year 2009 Regarding Mineral and Coal Mining

Minerals and coal as one of Indonesia's natural resources are used for the greatest prosperity of the people so that the state controls it. Based on Law No. 4 of 2009 on Mineral and Coal Mining, state control within the scope of business can be delegated to other parties within the Indonesian mining legal territory, one of them is the existence of an IUP. IUP serves to carry out mining business activities. IUP holders are not holders of land rights, and holders of land rights do not…

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Christian Andersen

Legal Aspects of Asset Valuation on Copyright as Part of Boedel (Countable-List) in the Process of Bankruptcy in Indonesia Following the Latest Copyright Law Act No. 28/2014

In Indonesia, recording activities of bankruptcy’s countable list by a curator are very limited when the conduct of legal proceedings pertaining to some intangible assets especially when we talk about Intellectual Property Right (IPR) from the submitted party of bankruptcy. Even though IPR is an asset the most potential while running business activities. Among the IPR another regime, copyright considered the most striking in assigning its economic value. The monetization of IPR especially…

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Sinta Dewi

Privacy: An Overview of Indonesia Statutes Governing Lawful Interception

The right to privacy is an issue that draws a lot of public attention, especially when associated with the frequent interceptions made by the state upon state citizen private communications in the course of legal enforcement. Yet, those state practices in the form of surveillance and interception of communications have disrupted citizen’s privacy right indeed. In Indonesia, in the post-Constitutional Amendment, the right to privacy is recognized as one of the fundamental rights of citizens that…

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Elis Rusmiati, Nella Sumika Putri, Ijud Tajudin

The Corruption Court in Indonesia: History and Development

The corruption eradication in Indonesia currently requires a faster,  more assertive, and more significant effort of settlement. One of the reformation efforts is made by the government through the establishment of corruption court. Since 2009, the corruption court has been existing as a special judicative entity that handles corruption cases. However, there are many obstacles found during the dispute settlement of corruption, especially in the process of implementation that is often not in…

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Muhamad Amirulloh and Vidya Noor Rachmadini

Legal Certainty in the Use of Certification of Trustworthiness by Indonesian E-Commerce Business

The development of information and communication technology has changed various patterns of human life, one of which is electronic commerce (e-commerce) which has many advantages but is also quite vulnerable to the problems and losses it causes. One of the problems that often occurs in Indonesia is the fraud of electronic transactions by businesses electronically in Indonesia. Responding to this, the use of a Certificate of Trustworthiness on the sites of business people can be carried out…

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Prita Amalia, Danrivanto Budhijanto

The Force of Strategic Infrastructures: The Role of Public-Private-Partnership to Strengthen Sustainable Developments in Indonesia

The Republic of Indonesia as greatest archipelago state in the world with over 260 million people, facing various of challenge in the infrastructure sector. Nowadays, the growth of infrastructures has been the focus of the Indonesian government. Infrastructure means not only for transporting people, but also goods and services including information. Indonesian government scheme to build huge numbers of infrastructures such as road, highway road, bridge, and airport also broadband networks.…

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Ranti Fauza Mayana Tanwir, Daniel Hendrawan

Use of Non-Disclosure Agreement as Legal Protection in Trade Secrets to Investment Security

The world of investment and business is growing very rapidly. These developments occur both in Indonesia and internationally. Many investment actors want to keep the secrecy of the products or services they trade. Most of the things that these investors have are a novelty, but there are also not necessarily new things but not many people who understand and understand how to get the results obtained. For that reason, things like this need to be protected so that the creators of those things…

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Mella Ismelina Farmas Rahayu, Anthon F. Susanto, Liya Sukma Muliya

Religious-Cosmic Based Philosophical Foundation of Environmental Development Law in Sundanese Local Wisdom

The philosophical foundation of environmental development law in Indonesian society currently is still dominated by western philosophers who are capitalistic, liberalist and individual, who emphasize on human aspect as creatures who are free to exploit their living environment, so that it tends to be anti-ecological. Copious approach on scientific method and rational analytical thinking has emerged anti-ecological attitude. Economic development (consumptive) and infinite growth of technology…

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Agus Setiawan

Horizontal Consistency of the Settings of the Exception in Carrying Out a Notary’s Official Pledge

Article 17 Law no. 8 of 2010 on Prevention and Eradication of Money Laundering Criminal Act (“LPEMLCA”) in conjunction with article 3 letter b. Government Regulations No. 43 of 2015 on Complainant in the Prevention and Eradication of Money Laundering Criminal Act (‘GR No. 43/2015’); it is obligatory for a notary to give reports.  Article 4  paragraph (2) Law no. 30 of 2004 on Position of Notary (“LPN”) in conjunction with article 16 paragraph (1) letter f Law No. 2 of 2014 on Changes to the Law…

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Pan Lindawaty Suherman Sewu

Legal Higher Education in Indonesia in Facing ASEAN Economic Community

The society’s need for law in the modern era is increasing; therefore, the need for Law graduates is increasing as well. Professions in the field of law are professions that appeal to many people in Indonesia. One of the reasons is because this profession is considered a profession with an income that belongs to the highest five income in Indonesia. One of the important aspects of realizing ASEAN Economic Community is the law aspect. Legal higher education becomes an essential supporting…

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