Sultan Agung Notary Law Review

Sultan Agung Notary Law Review (SANLaR) is a peer-reviewed journal published by Master of Notary Program, Faculty of Law, UNISSULA, Semarang. SANLaR previously published in twice (2) a year, however, due to the increasing demand for writers and the increasing number of submitted manuscripts, the editorial team publishes them four (4) times a year they are in March, June, September and December. This shows the credibility and prestige of the SANLaR journal is getting better and known to many people. This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. The aims of this journal is to provide a venue for academicians, Researchers and practitioners for publishing the Articles of original research or review articles. The scope of the Articles published in this journal deal with a broad range of topics of law notaries including:

  • Land and Rights Transfer Certificate;
  • Legal engagements / agreements;
  • Inheritance law;
  • Security law;
  • Agrarian law;
  • Islamic banking;
  • The law of islamic economics;
  • Tax law;
  • Auction;
  • Insolvency;
  • Intellectual property rights, etc.

The articles published in SANLaR are going through a double-blind peer review process. Hence, the decision on whether the scientific article is accepted or not, will be the Editorial Board’s right based on the peer reviewer's recommendation. Please read and understand the author guidelines for preparation manuscript. The author who submits a manuscript to the editors should comply with the author guidelines and template. If the submitted manuscript does not comply with the guidelines or using a different format, it will be rejected by the editorial team before being reviewed. Editorial Team will only accept a manuscript that meets the specified formatting requirements.

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Vol 4, No 3 (2022): September 2022

Table of Contents


The Issuance of Land Certificates from an Electronic System
Anisya Nur Setyani, Dahniarti Hasana, Siti Ummu Adillah
The Law Enforcement Analysis of Violations of the Notary Code of Ethics
Eva Zuliana, Umar Ma'ruf, Rakhmat Bowo Suharto
The Role of Notaries in Making Wills Regarding the Distribution of Inheritance according to Islamic Compilation Law
Nirwan Kusuma, Aryani Witasari, Denny Suwondo
The Responsibility of Werda Notary to Deals the Problems What Has Done
Shinta Rahmatika Damayanti, Bambang Tri Bawono, Widhi Handoko
Juridical Review of Notary Positions Based on the Law on Notary Positions in Welfare Aspects
Adyesha Nur Salma, Taufan Fajar Riyanto, Ira Alia Maerani
The Juridical Analysis of the Use of Electronic Signatures on Electronic Land Certificates in the Conception of Legal Certainty
Abdullah Galih Nanda Prasetya, Bambang Tri Bawono
The Role of Notaries and PPAT in Protecting Gayo Customary Rights
Aminsyah Aminsyah, Andri Winjaya Laksana
The Legal Position of Notary Deed in Establishing Water-Using Farmers' Associations
Ardhea Safira Prawestri, Taufan Fajar Riyanto
The Efforts to Settle Non-performing Loans through the Execution of Mortgage Guarantees without a Court Decision
Arif Sujatmaka, Widhi Handoko
The Provision of Unsecured Micro Business Loans at Bank BKC Susukan Branch Office of Cirebon Regency
Carki Carki, Jawade Hafidz, Nanang Sri Darmadi
The Role of the Notary Honorary Council on the Confiscation of Minutes of Deed by Police Investigators
Ahmad Ramadan, Amin Purnawan, Lathifah Hanim
The Legal Certainty of Murabahah Contracts in Buying a House
Danu Pratama, Sri Kusriyah, R. Sugiharto
The Legal Protection for Banking Parties through Buy Back Guarantee Agreements to Support Guarantees for Home Purchases with a Home Ownership Credit System
Dayan Panaya, Siti Rodhiyah, Setyawati Setyawati
Legal Protection for the Public for Legal Certainty of Notary Authentic Deeds Against Deeds That Are Not Read And Explained To The Parties
Didid Muhammad, Sri Endah Wahyuningsih, Ira Alia Maerani
The Role of Land Deed Maker Officials (PPAT) and the National Land Agency (BPN) in Prevention of Land Mafia
Hamidah Nur’Ainiyah, Widhi Handoko, Achmad Arifullah
The Role and Responsibilities of a Notary in Making a Certificate of Inheritance for Disbursement of Time Deposit Savings Funds by the Heirs
Ibnu Adi Prasetyo, Bambang Tri Bawono, Nanang Sri Darmadi
The Role of Land Deed Maker Officials in Making the Deed of Transfer of Land Rights and Registration of Transfer of Names During the Covid-19 Pandemic
Kholishotul Adibah, Dahniarti Hasana, Dini Amalia Fitri
Juridical Analysis of the Position of the Notary Deed That Does Not Meet the Subjective Elements as a Condition for the Validity of the Agreement
Lita Ardita Putri Widyantoro, Jawade Hafidz, Rizky Adi Prinandito
The Role of Notaries in Registration of Applications for Land Rights above Management Rights
Lukmanul Hakim, Taufan Fajar Riyanto, Andi Aina Ilmih