Optimization of Land Case Settlements through Mediation Methods and Local Wisdom Approaches

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Aslan Noor


Land cases in Indonesia consist of disputes, conflicts and land cases and their resolution through the courts is deemed ineffective. About 80% of cases in court are land related, and only about 10% can be handled annually. This study aims to find alternative land dispute resolution outside the judiciary by using normative legal research methods, normative juridical approaches, using secondary data to analyze primary, secondary, tertiary legal materials using qualitative juridical analysis techniques. The research found alternatives to land dispute and conflict resolution through mediation methods and local wisdom approaches. The research results explain that The problem with the making of laws and regulations that legislators do not pay careful attention to whether the rules they make are enforceable or not (the effectiveness of the law), and the rules that are made are not realistic, making it difficult to apply

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