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Journal : Yuridika

Yuridika Vol. 32 No. 2 (2017): Volume 32 No 2 May 2017
Publisher : Universitas Airlangga

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The legal system of inheritance in Indonesia is divided into three systems, namely western heirs legal system derived from burgerlijk wetboek (hereinafter referred to as "BW"), the legal system of inheritance of Islam derived from the Qur'an, hadith and ijma, and customary inheritance law. Burgerlijk Wetboek inheritance law governing the possible legacy of someone who would fall into the state and controlled by the state. In certain cases the state on an inheritance from the testator if the testator leaves no heir, and wills, so that the legacy of the heir to the legacy categorized as slipshod heritage (onbeheerde nalatenschap). In this case the Orphan’s Court takes its participation to act as the manager of the neglected. The method used in this research is the approach statute and case approach. The study is in the context of the legal approach doctrinal legal research, but did not rule on the legal interpretation methods can be primarily related to the issues to be investigated. Regulation of Orphan’s Court in Indonesia remains sectoral and still former colonial possessions, so that the necessary regulations concerning Orphan’s Court Law form containing tasks, functions, powers, rights and obligations of the institution.
Implementation of The Law Principles of Good Corporate Governance in Indonesian Village-Owned Enterprise (BUMDes) Sri Winarsi; Oemar Moechthar
Yuridika Vol. 35 No. 3 (2020): Volume 35 No 3 September 2020
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Based on Law No. 6/2014 concerning Village in Indonesia, in order to increase the utilization of all economic potentials, economic institutions, as well as natural resources and human resources in an effort to improve welfare of the village communities, the village government can form village-owned enterprise (BUMDes). In its practice, implementation of the BUMDes management in several regions is not fully optimized, so that many cases of corruption were found. Thus, good governance practices are needed for optimizing the management of BUMDes to improve the livelihoods of the village. The methods used in this research is statute approach, conceptual approach, and case approach. The conclusions obtained in this research are directed to contribute to the concepts of strengthening the national law related to the management of BUMDes. Hopefully, it can strengthen the village's economy and reduce the level of corruption in Indonesia that is detrimental for the village.
A Juridical Study of Granting Wills to Heirs in the Perspective of Islamic Inheritance Law Oemar Moechthar; Agus Sekarmadji; Ave Maria Frisa Katherina
Yuridika Vol. 37 No. 3 (2022): Volume 37 No 3 September 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/ydk.v37i3.41161


This paper is intended to criticize the societal practices that occur, especially in Indonesia, where many heirs during their lifetime give wills to heirs who have been given a particular part in the Qur'an, which results in other (experts) heirs not getting a share or obtaining. Less than that specified in the Qur'an. One of the contributing factors is because, according to the heir, the provision of the will is to provide justice for all his heirs; however, fairness according to the heir is different from justice in the distribution of inheritance according to the Al-Qur'an and Hadith. Legal research uses this case approach as the primary analysis juxtaposed with the statutory approach and the conceptual approach as the 'knife' of analysis. The thesis or argument obtained is related to aspects of Islamic law; it is not appropriate for the heir to give a will to someone who is an heir whose part has been assigned in the Al-Quran and Hadith.