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International Journal Reglement & Society (IJRS)
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International Journal Reglement & Society (IJRS) published by BUNDA MEDIA GRUP, is to disseminate information on scientific papers to academics and practitioners who are interested in the field of Law and Social Affairs to accept articles written in English. The determination of the articles to be published is done through a blind review process by the editorial team by taking into account aspects, including: meeting the standard requirements for scientific journal publication and article contributions, which includes articles on the scientific research field of Law Sciences, includes the results of scientific research and reviews on selected disciplines within several branches of legal studies (sociology of law, history of law, comparative law, private law, criminal law, procedural law, economic and business law, constitutional law, administrative law, international law, etc). The editor is responsible for providing a constructive review of the articles to be published and (if deemed necessary) and conveying the evaluation results of the article to the author. Articles that are proposed to be published in the journal are recommended to follow the guidelines for writing articles made by the Editor. International Journal Reglement & Society (IJRS) published three times a year in January, May and September. E-ISSN: 2745-8350
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Articles 96 Documents
Position of Victims in Corruption Crime at the Medan Corruption Court Trisna, Wessy; Mubarak, Ridho
International Journal Reglement & Society (IJRS) Vol 1, No 2 (2020): September - December
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A victim is someone individually or jointly suffering from loss, including physical or mental injury, emotional suffering, economic loss or damage to his basic rights, which is caused by the actions of other parties who violate criminal law in a country, whether intentionally or because of negligence. So far, in handling corruption cases, the perpetrators and the law have always been highlighted, while victims are rarely paid attention. Legal protection for victims in criminal acts of corruption needs to be considered because the rights of victims who have good intentions are still being harmed. So it is necessary to discuss the position of the victim in a corruption case and the rights and obligations of the victim in a corruption case at the Medan Corruption Court. Thus, although the position of the victim in a criminal act of corruption based on the criminal justice system is still very weak, the victim has the right to apply for restitution or compensation if their social and economic rights are harmed by the occurrence of a criminal act of corruption
Use of Instructional Evidence Tools by the Public Prosecutor in the Criminal Prosecution Process Harahap, Asliani
International Journal Reglement & Society (IJRS) Vol 1, No 1 (2020): May-August
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Instructional evidence is used to increase the judge's conviction that the defendant is guilty or not. Guidance is obtained from witness testimony, letters as well as from statements of the defendant which are put together, then put together and will produce one clue that can strengthen the judge's conviction that the defendant is guilty or not. This writing uses a normative juridical legal research method (normative research) with descriptive analytical research specifications using secondary data. The data collection procedures are in the form of documentation of notes or quotations, search of legal literature, books and others related to problem identification both offline. and online, which is then analyzed through the content analysis method (centent analysis method) with a focus on the problem of how to organize the evidence in the prosecution of a criminal case by the public prosecutor and how the prosecutor's use of instructional evidence in prosecuting criminal cases. Based on the results of the research that the provisions in Article 188 paragraph (1) of the Criminal Procedure Code state that an indication is an act, event or situation which due to its compatibility, either between one another, or with the criminal act itself, indicates that a criminal act has occurred and who the culprit. What is meant by directives is actions, events or things which are compatible with each other and the act that the accused is accused of showing clearly that a crime has been committed and who committed it.
Legal Consequences of Transfer of Home Ownership Loans without Creditors' Permission Ramadhani, Rahmat
International Journal Reglement & Society (IJRS) Vol 1, No 2 (2020): September - December
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The transfer of mortgage loans is carried out without prior approval from the bank as the debtor and is carried out under an underhand loan agreement between the parties. This research uses normative juridical legal research methods (normative research), namely legal research conducted by examining library materials or secondary data. The research specification in this paper is descriptive analytical research. Based on the results of the research, it is known that the transfer demands several things that need to be known, namely changes or additions to the provisions of this agreement can only be done after there is an agreement and it is done in writing that is signed by the creditor and debtor, the debtor is not entitled to transfer or transfer rights and obligations. part or all based on this credit agreement to other debtors without prior written approval from the creditor, the creditor can transfer or transfer part or all of the rights and obligations under the credit agreement to other creditors with prior written notification to the debtor.
Protection of Children as Victims of Domestic Sexual Violence Simatupang, Nursariani; Faisal, Faisal
International Journal Reglement & Society (IJRS) Vol 1, No 2 (2020): September - December
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Many parents let their children swallow the bitter pill because of their lecherous act. They make their children victims of sexual violence, regardless of the future of the next child. Sexual violence against children results in children going through life with physical impacts and trauma that have terrible, long-lasting, and even very difficult to get rid of. This study aims to analyze the factors and consequences that arise and to analyze the protection given to children as victims of sexual violence in the household. This research is a normative juridical research. The factors that cause children to become victims of sexual violence, among others, are for the interest of studying black magic and because the perpetrator's wife is no longer able to meet their biological needs. The consequence that arises in the child is that the child experiences trauma and is very disturbed psychologically. The protection provided for children is legal assistance, counseling services, health examination services, and monitoring services. In addition, according to Law Number 17 of 2016 the perpetrator is subject to criminal sanctions, given chemical castration, installation of electronic detectors, and rehabilitation.
Sharia Banking Rights and Obligations in Implementing Musyarakah Agreements Based on Indonesian Law Faisal, Faisal
International Journal Reglement & Society (IJRS) Vol 1, No 1 (2020): May-August
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Islam brings a view or way of life that regulates all aspects of human life, so there is no single aspect of human life apart from Islamic teachings, both from the legal aspect to the economic aspect. In this modern era, economic activity will not be perfect without the existence of a banking institution, this banking institution is also a must. This agreement gives birth to the engagement so that it can be called a contract. This research uses a type and research approach using normative legal research (normative juridical). Normative legal research is also called doctrinal legal research, where law is conceptualized as what is written in statutory regulations (law in books). Legal research aims to identify and describe the state of something regarding the existence of legal norms and the operation of legal norms in society. Based on the objectives of legal research, the tendency of the nature of the research used is descriptive. Based on Article 4 paragraph (3) letter a of Bank Indonesia Regulation Number 19/4 / PBI / 2017 concerning Sharia Short-Term Liquidity Financing for Sharia Commercial Banks, Financing Assets must meet the requirements, one of which is financing with a mudharabah contract, a musyarakah contract, and / or a contract. ijarah non service. That the rights and obligations (Bank and mudharib), among others, provide capital and work based on the agreement at the time the contract is made, gain profits based on the agreed ratio, bear losses in proportion to the capital, the first party (syarik) is obliged to promise to sell all hishshah gradually and the second party (syarik) is obliged to buy it; and after completion of sales settlement, all LKS hishshah switch to other syarik (customer).
'Aisyiyah's Legal Aid Model in Medan City Fajaruddin, Fajaruddin; Pinem, Rasta Kurniawati
International Journal Reglement & Society (IJRS) Vol 1, No 2 (2020): September - December
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'Aisyiyah, as one of the women's movements that has a concern for the empowerment and development of community law, feels the need to be involved in supporting increased public access to justice and legal certainty. The method used in this research is empirical legal research which combines the data obtained from library materials with data obtained from the field and then analyzed qualitatively. From the research results, it is known that the Regional Leadership of 'Aisyiyah Medan City has a special model in providing legal assistance to women in Medan City, in the form of counseling at the' Aisyiyah recitation place with more material on the defense and protection of the rights of women and children. Legal aid that is carried out tends to be non-litigation. This is in accordance with the character of the da'wah of 'Aisyiyah / Muhammadiyah, it is better to prevent than to treat it, to anticipate is better than to go to court, to make peace is better than face to face in court, because Islam teaches peace and brotherhood. If any of your brothers are at odds then reconcile the two.
Procedure for Destruction of Evidence of the Crime of Narcotics Abuse Based on Formal Law in Indonesia Asmadi, Erwin
International Journal Reglement & Society (IJRS) Vol 1, No 2 (2020): September - December
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Extermination of narcotics evidence is further regulated in Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 40 of 2013 concerning Implementation of Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 35 of 2009 concerning Narcotics, namely as a form of procedure for destroying narcotic evidence which is destroyed according to its type. Regulation of the Head of the National Narcotics Agency of the Republic of Indonesia Number 7 of 2010 concerning Technical Guidelines for Handling Confiscated Narcotics, Narcotics and Other Chemical Substances Safely, explains that the destruction of narcotics evidence, including marijuana is destroyed through the steps that have been set out therein. This regulation becomes a standard rule that must be implemented by the parties carrying out the destruction of confiscated evidence. This research is a type of normative legal research by means of literature study where the data is sourced from secondary data in the form of primary and secondary legal materials. Based on the results of the study, it is known that based on the hierarchy of regulations the procedures for destroying narcotics evidence are based on Article 91 and Article 92 of Law Number 35 of 2009 concerning Narcotics. Destruction of narcotic evidence is carried out before a court decision is made based on the determination of the local District Attorney's office and destruction after a court decision is based on an order of a judge's decision. Regarding the technical guidelines for destruction, the hierarchical stages of the destruction procedure are regulated in the Regulation of the Head of the National Narcotics Agency of the Republic of Indonesia Number 7 of 2010 concerning Technical Guidelines for Handling and Destruction of Confiscated Narcotics, Narcotics Precursors and Other Chemicals Safely
Business Agreements That Cause Unfair Business Competition Nadirah, Ida
International Journal Reglement & Society (IJRS) Vol 1, No 1 (2020): May-August
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In today's business world, there are actually many agreements that contain unfair elements against parties whose economic or social weaknesses are weaker on the pretext of maintaining unfair business competition. However, it cannot be denied that behind these business practices there are various kinds of competition. which is not healthy. This writing uses a normative juridical legal research method (normative research) with descriptive analytical research specifications that use secondary data. The data collection procedures are in the form of documentation of notes or quotations, searching legal literature, books and others related to problem identification both offline. and online which are then analyzed through the content analysis method (centent analysis method) with a focus on the problem of how the elements of a business agreement cause unfair business competition and how the responsibility of business actors to business agreements that cause unfair business competition. Whereas some elements of the agreement that cause unfair business competition are agreements to control the production and or marketing of goods and or services which may result in monopolistic practices and unfair business competition, an agreement that sets the price for a good and or service that must be paid by consumers or customers in the same relevant market.
Hospital Responsibilities for the Use of Covid-19 Handling Funds Based on a State Administrative Law Perspective Maysarah, Maysarah
International Journal Reglement & Society (IJRS) Vol 1, No 2 (2020): September - December
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Hospitals as a device or component of health have responsibility for the funds for handling Corona Virus Disease (Covid-19) in Indonesia. During this pandemic, hospitals certainly play an important role for public health, especially those with Covid-19. The method used in this research is normative law research which combines the data obtained from library materials and then analyzed qualitatively. From the research results it is known that the Government is taking action quickly, precisely, and accurately in handling the Covid-19 pandemic. The government's steps in handling the Covid-19 pandemic were carried out by combining the use of statutory authority, policy regulations, actions of government agencies and officials, and bureaucratic support as a policy implementing organ. In handling the Covid-19 pandemic, the President took a policy by establishing a Government Regulation in Lieu of Law (Perppu) Number 1 of 2020 concerning State Financial Policy and Financial System Stability for Handling the Corona Virus Disease (Covid-19) Pandemic and / or in the Context of Facing Dangerous Threats National Economy and / or Financial System Stability on March 31, 2020. That the responsibility of the hospital is to use the funds for handling Covid-19 to provide medical devices related to prevention or treatment of Covid-19 such as PPE, test kits, reagents, ventilators, hand sanitizers and others
Application of the Gallery Walk Method to Increase Activities and Learning Achievement of Law Students in Pancasila Education Courses Fajriawati, Fajriawati; Harisman, Harisman
International Journal Reglement & Society (IJRS) Vol 1, No 2 (2020): September - December
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The purpose of this study was to increase student activity and learning achievement seen from the activities in mastering the material and carrying out the assignments given to achieve the expected learning achievement. That learning is no longer understood as merely a knowledge transfer process but must be practiced by students. As a form of implementation of activities carried out by each law student. The specific target of this research is as an effort to increase student activity and learning achievement, activities carried out by students are doing classroom practice through the gallery walk method. This research is in the form of Classroom Action Research  which consists of three cycles. The approach used in research is qualitative-quantitative to obtain research data. Quantitative data is obtained through giving tests, while qualitative data is based on the results of observations of the activities and achievements of students and lecturers in learning activities. Each cycle includes four stages, namely planning, action, observation, and reflection. The data sources of this research are all personnel who are directly involved in the research, namely first semester law students and lecturers. The tools used in data collection in this study were tests, observations and questionnaires. The types of data to be analyzed are quantitative and qualitative data. Quantitative data were obtained from the results of activity tests and student achievement on Pancasila learning material. Meanwhile, qualitative data in the form of observations of the gallery walk method of students in learning and lecturer activity data on the implementation of the action. Furthermore, the data will be analyzed qualitatively with the model of Miles and Huberman (2007) which includes (a) data reduction, (b) data presentation, and (c) drawing conclusions / verification and quantitative analysis by calculating achievement and activity observation data. learn law students using the Percentage Correction formula

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