Jurnal Konstatering

Jurnal Konstatering (JK) is a peer-reviewed journal published by Master of Notary Program, Faculty of Law, UNISSULA, Semarang. Jurnal Konstatering (JK) published in four (4) times a year they are in January, April, July and October. 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 Jurnal Konstatering (JK) 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.


Vol 3, No 1 (2024): January 2024

Table of Contents

Articles

Responsibilities of Notaries Receiving Protocols from Notaries Who Die in Kendal Regency
Al Rijal
1-10
Reflecting on the role of BPN in protecting land ownership rights holders above HPL in Batam City
Andre Wahyudi
11-20
Juridical Implications of Reducing the Value of Land Purchases and Purchases by Officials Making Land Deeds at the Request of the Parties to Reduce Customs Taxes for Acquisition of Land and Building Rights in Brebes Regency
Anggit Pramesta Wardani Ayuningrum
21-30
The Role of the Land Office in Supervising the Making of Land Deeds by Officials Making Temporary Land Deeds in Banyumas Regency
Annisa Rahmalia Yulianto
31-40
Juridical Review of the Legal Status of Binding Agreements for the Sale and Purchase of Land Rights Under Hands That Have Been Waarmerking (Case Study of Supreme Court Decision Number 08 K/Tun/2013)
Muhammad Avisina
41-50
The Role of Notaries in Agreements Made by Individual Companies with Other Parties
Fina Adinda Mulia
51-60
Juridical Analysis of the Use of Barcodes in Notarial Deeds in Order to Improve Security Aspects
Kharisma Adelia Riqoyani
61-70
The Strength Of A Deed Of Consent Roya As A Substitute For A Lost Certificate Of Mortgage Rights In Demak District
Maghfiroh Aini
71-80
Notary's Responsibility for Forgery of Inheritance Certificate Documents by Heirs
Nurlatifah Dini
81-90
Juridical Analysis of Transfer of Land Rights Through a Deed of Sale and Purchase to Minors
Perwira Fikri Syahnarki
91-100
Responsibilities of Land Deed Drafting Officials (PPAT) for Making Deeds of Sale and Purchase of Joint Property Objects Transferred Without Wife's Consent
Sheila Hanifa Rosi Ayu
101-110
Werda Notary's Responsibility for the Loss of Minutes of the Deed He Made
Siska Nur Utami
111-120
Legal Protection for Owners of Land Rights in the Process of Changing Names After the Burning of the Brebes Regency Land Office
Wina Wulandari
121-130
Legal Consequences of Signing a Deed of Grant of Land Rights outside the Position of the Land Deed Official (PPAT)
Yustica Sophia Noor Tsalatsa
131-140
Legal Protection for Creditors with Fiduciary Guarantees in Credit Agreements
Alex Komang
141-150
Validity of an Authentic Deed Signed Without Being Read and Outside Notary Office Hours
Yoga Darmawan
151-160
Problems with Officials Making Land Deeds in Collecting Fees for Acquisition of Land and Building Rights in Tegal City
Cipto Hariyono
161-170
The Role of the Regional Notary Honorary Council in Guiding and Supervising the Notary Code of Ethics in Pekanbaru City
Arik Pujiono
171-180
Responsibilities of Land Deed Drafting Officials (PPAT) for Sale and Purchase Deeds Made Without Checking the Certificate at the Land Office
Ahmadianto Saputro
181-190
Validity of Electronic Signatures in Making Notarial Deeds in a Positive Legal Perspective in Indonesia
Bella Fardela
191-200
Principles of Recognizing Service Users for PPAT According to ATR/KBPN Ministerial Regulation Number 21 of 2022
Muhammad Farhan Ahsani
201-210
Analysis of the Position of Wills as an Effort to Anticipate Disputes over the Distribution of Inheritance Assets
Agus Hiftirul Aziz
211-220
Notary's Responsibility For Deeds That Are Not Read, Position Of The Deed And Sanctions For Notaries Who Do Not Read The Deed They Have Made
Mulyo Pranoto
221-230
Legal Position of Power of Attorney Imposing Mortgage Rights in Subsidized Home Ownership Credit Facilities
Muh Rozaqi
231-240
Legal Protection for Creditors in Credit Agreements for Mortgage Objects if the Debtor Defaults (Case Study at the BRI Majalengka Branch Office)
Yulia Susilawati
241-250
Rechtvacuum in the Regulation of Property Rights on Basement Spaces in Jakarta
Marfu'atun Marfu'atun
251-260