Systematic Construction Of Criminal Articles In Complete Systematic Land Registration Program (PTSL) & Juridical Consequences

Aris Supriyadi, Umar Ma'ruf, Ira Alia Maerani


The purpose of this study is to analyze the systematic construction of Article 8 and Article 12 letter e of Act No. 31 of 1999 in conjunction with Act No. 20 of 2001 concerning the Eradication of Criminal Acts of Corruption, Article 385 paragraph (3) of Act No.. No. 23 of 2014 concerning Regional Government and Article 242 of the Criminal Code. Then explained the juridical consequences of these articles in relation to the implementation of the PTSL program. The method used is normative juridical, both in the narrow sense and in the broad sense. While the analysis orientation is in the form of a conceptual approach (Concept Approach) and a statutory approach (Statue Approach). The results of the research obtained explain that the systematic construction of criminal articles related to the implementation of the PTSL program is more dominant in its address, namely civil servants, state administrators or state civil servants. In addition, the juridical consequences of applying these criminal articles are punishable by imprisonment and fines. It appears that the system of applying criminal sanctions is balanced between imprisonment and fines. Because PTSL is a strategic policy that contains elements of state financial losses and detrimental to economic development (descriptor for fines). It is recommended that there is a need for inherent supervision during the program socialization process considering the common legal culture of the community needs protection.


Complete; Systematic; Land; Registration; Criminal; Policy.

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