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BRAWIJAYA LAW JOURNAL, Journal of Legal Studies Brawijaya Law Journal (BLJ) is a newly established journal in the field of legal studies. The Journal is published annually by Law Faculty Brawijaya University, Indonesia. BLJ is an open access, peer-reviewed e-journal which aims to offer an international scientific platform for national as well as cross-border legal research. The materials published include major academic papers dealing critically with various aspects and field of laws as well as shorter papers such as recently published book review and notes on topical issues of law. Printed version of the series can be printed on demand (POD). The website of the journal can be accessed through lawjournal.ub.ac.id
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Land Procurement for Upstream Oil and Gas Business Activities in Indonesia Subadi, Subadi
Brawijaya Law Journal : Journal of Legal Studies Vol 8, No 1 (2021): Contemporary Issue in Private Law
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.blj.2021.008.01.03

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This paper aims to provide an understanding and insight regarding land procurement for oil and gas exploration activities as well as the development of regulations or legal and policy breakthroughs that have so far not been or very little exposed. Land procurement has always been a serious obstacle or obstacle to oil and gas exploration activities in Indonesia. Land procurement for oil and gas exploration using a business to business (B to B) mechanism makes it very difficult for SKK Migas and the contractor. In recent years, the government has made legal breakthroughs to simplify and accelerate the land procurement mechanism for exploration activities. This study uses a normative juridical method supported by in-depth interviews with legal experts, land acquisition committees and landowners and has produced conclusions: First, the business to business (B to B) mechanism often faces obstacles and obstacles, such as; 1) refusal from the landowner; 2) inconsistency with the spatial layout; 3) there is a land dispute with other parties; 4) it is difficult for oil and gas contractors to process land certification. Second, the discretion which is considered as a legal breakthrough or new policy that is ideal in helping to smooth and accelerate the process of oil and gas production in Indonesia.
Modus of Girls Trafficking in Bongas Indramayu: Victimology Perspective Hamja, Hamja; Sulistio, Faizin
Brawijaya Law Journal : Journal of Legal Studies Vol 8, No 1 (2021): Contemporary Issue in Private Law
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.blj.2021.008.01.08

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The Regency of Indramayu has been stigmatised as a land of trafficking of women and children, not only at national level, but it has also transcended overseas. This research is aimed to seek deeper into the perspective of the victims from Bongas, Indramayu regarding their involvement in the trafficking. This research employed case study method and field observation based on descriptive-analytical approach. This research reveals that the majority of the people in Indramayu are living in the breadline, and they are mostly poorly educated. Women in Indramayu are even denounced as the breadwinner, or locally called as “luruh duit” or rushing for money, and this term is inappropriately interpreted; women are burdened with the responsibility to raise the economic status of the families by working in big cities. The culture of earning money by migrating to big cities is seen as a chance for human trafficking. This research also suggests some strategies such as co-assisting and developing the program to identify, rehabilitate, and reintegrate the victims of the crime.
Expanding the Frontiers of the Right to Work through Migration: An Evolving Regime Nnawulezi, Uche; Adeuti, Bosede Remilekun
Brawijaya Law Journal : Journal of Legal Studies Vol 8, No 1 (2021): Contemporary Issue in Private Law
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.blj.2021.008.01.01

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This paper explores the strategic interest in promoting the right to work through migration. Ideally, migrant workers whether under contract or other formal arrangements, or simply setting off on their own initiative should be given a basic understanding of the language, culture, legal, social, and political structures of the states to which they are going. This is really important given the complex nature of the rights of all migrant workers and members of their families, as an evolving regime that has faced difficulties in the implementation of their rights to work at the global level. This paper therefore set out to examine why most migrant workers experience challenges in securing employment, while some have to surmount far more barriers either before their departure, or at the time of their admission to the state of employment of all conditions applicable to their admission, as well as of the requirements they must satisfy in the state of employment and the authority to which they must satisfy in the state of employment and the authority to which they must address themselves for any modifications of those conditions. The methodology underpinning the research is essentially descriptive, thus, deductive logical “content analysis” is employed. This paper among other things argues that the consequences of migration and the situation of vulnerability in which migrant workers and members of their families frequently-find themselves cannot only be solved by having a functional fundamental human rights approach on the complexity of social, economics, and cultural issues prevalent in the migration regime. This paper concludes that with due respect to the author and to his concern for the protection and promotion of the right to work through migration, is to say the least, is a first step towards a sustainable promotion of the right to work through migration.
The Notion of Divine Principle (Asas Ilahiah) in Indonesian Contract Law Djumikasih, Djumikasih; Luth, Thohir; Budiono, Abdul Rachmad; Koeswahyono, Imam
Brawijaya Law Journal : Journal of Legal Studies Vol 8, No 1 (2021): Contemporary Issue in Private Law
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.blj.2021.008.01.09

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This study is legal research aiming to find out the essence of Divine Principles in Indonesian Contract Law from the review of the Natural Law theory, the Sunt-Servanda theory, the Awareness and Legal Obedience Grundnorm theory, and Truth theory. This research reveals that the Divine Principle's essence is the most fundamental principle or guideline derived from God but exists in humans, aiming to find the truth and regulate the parties in making agreements. The application of the Divine Principle aims to find the truth and regulate the parties in the agreement's field.  Indonesian citizens could realize and practice the Precepts of Godhead in their agreement activities. In establishing the agreement, the parties are applying the teachings of their respective religions. This study reveals that the Divine principle needs to be incorporated into one of the upcoming National Agreement Laws principles, especially in the contract born because of the agreement. This study maintains that the divine principle can be applied comprehensively for Indonesian citizens who are parties to the agreement, not only limited to the Indonesian Muslim citizens.
The History and Origin of Fraud as a Defect in Consent in Contractual Relationships Hajdari, Egzonis
Brawijaya Law Journal : Journal of Legal Studies Vol 8, No 1 (2021): Contemporary Issue in Private Law
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Fraud is a specific type of defect in consent that manifests the purpose of one of the parties to establish a contractual relationship through deceptive actions. As such, fraud is an unlawful and unethical action that emerged beginning with some of the earliest agreements in human society. Moreover, the practical treatment of fraud is likely to have occurred since the genesis of its appearance. More appropriate and advanced treatment of fraud can be seen after the implementation of the first legal systems, which focused on contractual relationships. Fraud in contractual relationships will be examined starting with Babylonian, Ancient Greek, Roman, and Islamic law and will continue with a focus on Albanian customary law and modern laws implemented in Kosovo. Furthermore, in this article, we will show how the treatment of fraud has evolved in the legal framework in Kosovo.
The Implementation of Pre Merger Notification in The Draft Law on The Prohibition of Monopoly Practices and Unhealthy Business Competition in Indonesia Sumirat, Ratna; Dirkareshza, Rianda
Brawijaya Law Journal : Journal of Legal Studies Vol 8, No 1 (2021): Contemporary Issue in Private Law
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.blj.2021.008.01.05

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This paper examines the consequences of the Post Merger regime in Law No. 5/1999 concerning the Prohibition of Monopolistic Practices and Business Competition. This research uses the normative juridical method and comparative approach, comparing the American Antitrust Law which has successfully implemented the pre merger notification with the Indonesian Business Competition Law which implements the post merger notification. The results of this study indicate that the importance of implementing the Pre Merger Notification in the draft Law on the Prohibition of Monopolistic Practices and Unfair Business Competition is viewed in a comparison with the success of the Antitrust Law America and supported by the dynamics of globalization of the Industrial Revolution 4.0 which became a challenge for the Business Association Supervisory Commission. Thus, the regime change from Post Merger Notification to Pre Merger Notification is the right step in implementing a merger in Indonesia because Pre Merger Notification provides legal certainty and also more efficient for business actors and KPPU as a preventive effort with the aim that the implementation of Pre Merger Notification will be carried out optimally in achieving the goal of fair business competition
Conditional Decisions as Instrument Guarding the Supremacy of the Constitution (Analysis of conditional decisions of Indonesian Constitutional Court in 2003 – 2017) Safa'at, Muchamad Ali; Eko Widiarto, Aan
Brawijaya Law Journal : Journal of Legal Studies Vol 8, No 1 (2021): Contemporary Issue in Private Law
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The function of the Indonesian Constitutional Court as the guardian of the constitution is mainly conducted through the judicial review authority. Since 2003 to April 2021, the Constitutional Court has received and decided 1392 petitions over judicial review. In its dictums, the Constitutional Court often declares conditionally constitutional or conditionally unconstitutional (conditional decision). Conditional decision is a decision of the Court that declare the reviewed norm conditionally constitutional or unconstitutional. The norm is constitutional if interpreted pursuant to the Court interpretation, or the norm is unconstitutional if interpreted in certain ways. This research is aimed to investigate the criteria of judicial review decisions which declares conditionally constitutional and conditionally unconstitutional in accordance with the characteristics of norms of the law reviewed. The analysis was limited to the Court decisions from 2003 to 2017. The research result indicates that distinguishing characters of norms reviewed have no correlation with the option between conditionally constitutional or conditionally unconstitutional.  Conditionally Constitutional Decision was used by the court before replaced by Conditionally Unconstitutional Decision due to the weakness of decision implementation. For conditionally unconstitutional decisions are connected to the substance of the decision which create new norm that replace, limit, or elaborate reviewed norm. Conditional decision is still required as a consequence of the following three aspects: enforcement of the supremacy of the constitution, presumption of validity, and strengthening the execution of Constitutional Court decisions.
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Hybrid in Cameroon as a Form of Legal Protection for Consumers of Defective Products Amandong, Egute Matthew
Brawijaya Law Journal : Journal of Legal Studies Vol 8, No 1 (2021): Contemporary Issue in Private Law
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.blj.2021.008.01.04

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As part of the awareness creation exercise, this paper seeks to establish that consumers of defective products in Cameroon should be exposed to the various extra-judicial channels once they can be adopted by Government and through which the consumers can enforce their rights. This is known as Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). The acronym ADR is a group of flexible approaches which could be applied in resolving disputes related to defective products more quickly and at a lower cost than going through the tedious road of adversarial proceedings. ADR mechanisms generally are intended to mean alternatives to the traditional court process. Their adoption will involve the use of impartial interveners who are referred to as “third parties” or “neutrals”. On the whole, the choice of a consumer redress mechanism is a choice between judicial and non-judicial mechanisms. The paper argues that, considering the difficulties encountered by the consumer within the adversarial system, the non-judicial mechanisms are more impactful and satisfactory to consumers than the judicial. It is equally argued that the judicial mechanisms depict a certain level of risk taking, that is, the risk of winning or losing and hence going without a remedy. This risk factor is much lower in the non or extra – judicial system or mechanism which reveals that in appropriate circumstances, the producers using the good customer relation basis, are minded to compensate even where the consumer’s claim is baseless. In this wise, it is therefore necessary to encourage the utilization of the extra - judicial mechanisms in resolving consumer complaints. Expediency, speed and low cost no doubt support this call.
Childhood Statelessness: Critiquing International Norms and Enforcement Strategies R K, Biju
Brawijaya Law Journal : Journal of Legal Studies Vol 8, No 1 (2021): Contemporary Issue in Private Law
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.blj.2021.008.01.07

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Over the past decade, there has been renewed interest in and commitment to resolving the endemic problem of statelessness, most clearly exemplified by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees’ Global Action Plan to End Statelessness 2014-24, which sets out to end statelessness by 2024. Despite the plethora of recent attention to questions of citizenship, its converse, the problem of statelessness and its effect on children, has not been adequately investigated. This paper attempts to delineate the causes of childhood statelessness in particular and to analyze the international legal framework for reducing and preventing it. It examines how statelessness is created, how it persists and why it brings with it the deprivations it does. It then subjects the customary and modern international legal norms governing childhood statelessness and enforcement strategies at Global level to close scrutiny and identifies the clearly discernible drawbacks and road blocks. It concludes with suggestions, inter alia, to make the jus soli citizenship a mandatory default clause in the citizenship laws of every country, to further prioritize birth registration and data collection and to strengthen the UPR process and reporting procedure.

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