Sultan Agung Notary Law Review

Sultan Agung Notary Law Review (SANLaR) is a peer-reviewed journal published by Master of Notary Law, Faculty of Law, UNISSULA, Semarang. SANLaR previously published in four (4) times a year but due increasing the quality of submitted manuscripts and for international indexing matter, the editorial team agree to publish them become twice (2) a year in May and November as first publishing in the beginning. 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.

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Vol 6, No 1 (2024): March 2024

Author Geograpichal Coverage: Indonesia & Nigeria

Table of Contents

Articles

The Position of Credit Agreements in Providing Credit Facilities to a Banking Institution
Asbit Iman Sampurna
1-15
Legal Protection for Auction Winners of Land Rights that are the Object of Dispute in Court Cases
Bakhtiar Satria Adhitya, Jawade Hafidz
16-30
Legal Consequences of a House Sale and Purchase Agreement via Home Ownership Credit Under Hand Over Credit
Dewi Fitriasih Purwandini, Nanang Sri Darmadi
31-45
Notary's Responsibility for Making Inheritance Certificates That Do Not Involve All Heirs
Ita Niya Susilowati
46-60
Legal Implementation of Electronic Certificates
Maulana Zakki Syabbani, Dahniarti Hasana
61-75
Legal Certainty Of Inheritance For Illegitimate Children Who Are Recognized As Legitimate By Their Biological Parents
Quine Khadra Merdeka Putri
76-90
Banten Province Regional Notary Supervisory Council Sanctions Against Notaries Who Do Not Provide Services in Accordance with the Notary Position Law
Rohman Dwi Febrianto
91-100
Legal Protection For Immature Children When Encumbering Their Fixed Assets
Septya Purwiningsih, Nanang Sri Darmadi
101-115
Notary's Responsibilities in Carrying Out Official Confidentiality Over the Contents of Deeds in Blora Regency
Siti Nurul Azizah
116-130
Synergy between Land Deed Making Officials and Samarinda City Regional Revenue Agency Regarding Determining the Value of Land and Building Sale and Purchase Transactions in Samarinda City
Tandy Setiawan
131-145