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Administrative and Environmental Law Review
Published by Universitas Lampung
ISSN : 27232484     EISSN : 27459330     DOI : https://doi.org/10.25041/aelr
Core Subject : Social,
The Administrative and Environmental Law Review is a journal published by the Faculty of Law, Universitas Lampung. Established in, the Administrative and Environmental Law Review aims to distribute scientific research and discusses in state administration law and environmental law in Indonesia, specifically in fields of legal environment of business, international environmental law, regulation of air pollution, regulation of water pollution, regulation of oil and gas industries. The Administrative and Environmental Law Review publishes two issues in a year. In 2021, the Administrative and Environmental Law Review Journal requires English as its main language, and therefore accepts journals only in English.
Arjuna Subject : Ilmu Sosial - Hukum
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Job Creation Law’s Risks towards Investment Efficiency And Business Convenience Regarding the Environment Asnita Tresia Sitompul
Administrative and Environmental Law Review Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25041/aelr.v3i1.2339

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From the beginning, in the form of a Draft La,w until it was issued and passed into a Law, the Omnibus Law  Cipta Kerja caused a lot ocontroversiessy. Behind the efficiency of investment and convenience offered, UU Cipta K ja  is considered threatene eonmental sustainability and risk weakening law enforcement related to the environment. Therefore, this study aims to analyze and describe the risks posed by the UU Cipta Kerja on the environment from a legal perspective. The type of research used by the writer is descriptive exploratory research with a qualitative approach that aims to describe the nature of something that is taking place when research is carried out and examine the causes of a particular phenomenon and to d,escr the state of a phenomenon. To obtain dThection method was carried out by means of a putskak studyusinging data put skan reading materials such as books and websites. So that the authors find it easy to find data and information needed from various sources.
Investment License and Environmental Sustainability In Perspective of Law Number 11 the Year 2020 Concerning Job Creation Rahmat Saputra; Rama Dhianty
Administrative and Environmental Law Review Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25041/aelr.v3i1.2472

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Many factors influence and even hinder investment activities in Indonesia, including reforming policies and their implementation, bureaucratic problems and obstacles, uncertainty in the interpretation and implementation of regional autonomy, human resources, and labor policy issues, and the high level of corruption. The government made a breakthrough in the regulation of investment licensing through law no. 11 of 2020 concerning job creation with the omnibuslaw method. In addition to investment issues, changes to regulations in the environmental sector that revise, delete and revoke several articles contained in the provisions of Law no. 32 of 2009 concerning PPLH. The purpose of this article is to find out the investment licensing arrangements in the enactment of law no. 11 of 2020 concerning job creation and knowing environmental sustainability after the enactment of law no. 11 of 2020 concerning work creation. This research method is a type of normative legal research with a legal approach, historical approach, and conceptual approach. Research results with the enactment of law no. 11 of 2020 concerning job creation, more or less regulatory arrangements will affect investment in a country. Investment regulations that do not overlap and do not conflict with each other are the expectations of investors. For this reason, it is necessary to arrange regulations that have the spirit to encourage and support investment growth and the sustainability assessment criteria in law no. 11 of 2020 concerning job creation and its derivatives are still following environmental prevention instruments which include the process of planning, utilization, control, maintenance, supervision, and law enforcement, it's just that community involvement in the Amdal document is indeed reduced as in the provisions of the work creation law which amends Article 26 UU no. 32 of 2009 regarding the preparation of the amdal document, it is carried out by not involving the community who are directly affected by the planned business and/or activity.
Contextualizing Groundwater crisis in the light of Disaster Risk Management in India Ashutosh Raj Anand; Mary Peters
Administrative and Environmental Law Review Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25041/aelr.v3i1.2490

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Water is indispensable for human life. As a matter of fact, any economy is inextricably linked with availability of this essential resource. Traditionally water has not been a scarce resource in India. In the wake of massive demand stemming from various sectors has led to the fast shrinkage and disappearance of water bodies from the landscape. The situation is especially grave when it comes to groundwater as this resource is acutely threatened in many parts of the country due to overexploitation. The present paper is an attempt to explicate the current legal framework which governs groundwater. Especially in the context of disaster risk triggered by varied hazards the issue pertaining to groundwater should also be seen as human induced disaster. Climate changes contribute to extreme events such as drought which adversely affect groundwater resource. Therefore, attempt is also made in this paper to unravel the extant legal framework on disaster. Paper assesses India’s institutional framework which are responsible to disaster risk management and analyze how it has a bearing on securing ground water resources.
Functions, Theories And Practice Of Administrative Law In Contemporary Governance Babajide Olatoye Ilo
Administrative and Environmental Law Review Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25041/aelr.v3i1.2492

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The vast development in the socio, economic and political spheres of the contemporary society makes governance more demanding and cumbersome. This necessitates the rational for a system of administration where governmental powers and functions can legally be delegated to individuals and or corporate bodies otherwise known as administrative bodies to carry out the functions and powers of Government in modern society. Governmental powers and functions are traceable to the Constitution which provides the limits of such powers. Administrative agencies saddled with the responsibility of performing the functions of Government must be properly created and must at all times act within the scope of power created by the enabling law. Abuse by the administrative agencies in the exercise of their functions is inevitable, and hence this research through doctrinal methodology examines the system of law that oversees the internal operations of Government agencies through developments of administrative law principles. Although various theories in administrative law like red, green and amber light have emerged over the years with conflicting arguments, the court are nonetheless always ready to grant remedies to an aggrieved citizen whenever the administrative agencies exceed or abuse its powers.
Conception of an Independent Surveillance Authority in the Efforts to Protect Population Data Daffa Ladro Kusworo; Andre Arya Pratama; Maghfira Nur Khaliza Fauzi; Maya Shafira
Administrative and Environmental Law Review Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25041/aelr.v3i1.2530

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The progress of digital transformation requires efforts to protect personal data as a guarantee of individual rights to overcome the large number of cases of data leakage and misuse, one of which is population data. The concretization of the government's efforts based on Article 28 G of the 1945 Constitution is realized through providing access to population data to all institutions, both state and private institutions for data verification. In addition, there is an obligation for data user parties to implement a Zero Data Sharing Policy with provisions prohibiting the dissemination or sharing of population data with third parties. However, various basic factors are influenced by the limited aspects of legal protection related to the class of personal data, and the authority between the data owner and the user, which makes it imperative to enact the current regulation on personal data protection. In addition, the establishment of an Independent Surveillance Authority is a must in ensuring the implementation of these regulations, because their duties and authorities are in line with the government's efforts in protecting population data. This study uses a normative legal research method with an approach to legislation and literature study, and uses descriptive analysis in managing qualitative data by applying a deductive method. The results of the study indicate that the need for legal guarantees must be accompanied by an element of optimal supervision through the establishment of an Independent Surveillance Authority in accordance with the standardization of the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (EU GDPR). Its independent position will prevent intervention from various parties for certain interests. Functionally, it is considered appropriate in optimizing the implementation of the Zero Data Sharing Policy through the conception of investigative authority and collective rights as a guarantee of human rights.
The Concept of Good Faith In Complete Systemic Land Registration In Realizing Legal Guarantee Arif Firmansyah; Lina Jamilah
Administrative and Environmental Law Review Vol. 3 No. 1 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25041/aelr.v3i1.2588

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Complete systematic land registration is regulated in Ministerial Regulation Number 6 of 2018 concerning Complete systematic land registration.Ministerial Regulation Number 6 of 2018 concerning Complete systematic land registration. Land registration is a form of implementation of government obligations to ensure certainty and protection of land ownership. The Government has guaranteed the legal certainty by Article 19 of Law Number 5 of 1960 concerning Agrarian Principles. Implementing the Basic Agrarian Law related to complete systematic land registration, in the Minister of Agrarian Regulation No. 6 of 2018 concerning Complete Systematic Land Registration, Article 22 states that if you do not have evidence, then in good faith, make a statement. This study will discuss the excellent faith theory of complete systematic registration in realizing legal certainty.    As a guarantor in complete systematic land registration, the state guarantees the truth of the land registered in good faith.

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