CRIMINAL MINING ADMINISTRATION WITHOUT PERMISSION (PETI) Theory, Facts and Implementation

Arif Rachman Wahyu Wicaksono, Gunarto Gunarto

Abstract


This study aims to get a new direction in criminal administration of PETI that can be implemented. Meanwhile, the research method used is the study of literature and cases around PETI as well as an analysis of a variety of thoughts and ideas that develop. Based on the results of research and discussion, it was concluded that the implementation of administrative penalties in PETI is based on the principle of protecting the common good. The application of the criminal administration of the PETI contains three aspects, namely the rule of law, government authority and legal relations. The rule of law is formulated in the Minerba Law and the legal relationship between the government as a mining manager and the mining business stake holders through licensing legal instruments. Acts against the law may be sourced from the actions of PETI perpetrators who do not extend mining business licenses, so they are expired permits.
Keywords: criminal administration, mining, licensing




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.30659/jdh.2.3.%25p

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