The Legal Opinion of Law Enforcement on the Field of Forest and Land Combustion in Riau Polda

Riadi Asra Rahmada, aFaculty of Law, Universitas Islam Riau, Indonesia, email: riadi_arahmad67@yahoo.com

The Riau Province Forest and Land Fire Task Force arrested 3 forest fire suspects in the Bukit Kesuma village area, located 81 kilometres into the Tesso Nilo National Park area in Riau. This is part of a total of 51 individual suspects and one corporate suspect (PT.SSS). A prohibition on the act of burning land, explicitly contained in Article 69, paragraph (1), letter h of Law Number 32 of 2009, concerns environmental protection and management. It reads, ‘Everyone is prohibited from clearing land by burning.’ Furthermore, in Article 108 of Law Number 32 of 2009, concerning environmental protection and management, ‘Everyone who burns land, as referred to in Article 69, paragraph (1), letter h, shall be sentenced to a minimum imprisonment of 3 years and a maximum of 10 years with a fine of at least Rp.3,000,000,000.00 (three billion rupiah) and a maximum of Rp10,000,000,000.00 (ten billion rupiah).’ Until now, although the dangerous hazy conditions continue to occur in Riau Province, it apparently does not necessarily incur law enforcement, in the field of the environment, of perpetrators of forest and land burning. This is so especially in environmental criminal law enforcement, in accordance with the rule of law as the main task of the Indonesian National Police. Article 13 of Law Number 2 of 2002 concerns the role of the Indonesian National Police: maintaining public security and order, enforcing the law and providing protection and services to the public. Pages 1 to 10




Employment Dispute Resolution in Industrial Relations Justice Based on Simple, Fast and Light Costs

Sherly Ayuna Putria*, Efa Laela Fakhriahb, Agus Mulya Karsonc, a,b,cFaculty of Law Padjadjaran University Indonesia, Email: a*sherly.ayunaputri@yahoo.com

After the birth of Law No. 2 of 2004 on the settlement of Industrial relations disputes, settlement of industrial relations disputes in employment law is known by a model of voluntary settlement. This settlement is done through bipartisanship, conciliation, mediation, and arbitration. The model of settlement through the Industrial Relations Court is mandatory. In addition, there is a restriction that only the settlement of rights disputes and disputes of termination of employment may be submitted to the Supreme Court without going through the appeals procedure. The problem of settlements of industrial relations disputes is the difference of opinion that results in conflict between entrepreneurs or joint entrepreneurs and workers/labour or unions/trade unions. This is due to disputes regarding rights, conflicts of interest, disputes in employment and disputes between trade unions/unions in one company. It is also about the incompetence of the Court of Industrial Relations that ineffectively resolves employment disputes. This study uses the normative juridical research approach. Given this research is normative legal research, the approach used is a normative juridical approach. It is accompanied by historical approaches to the law and empirical approaches. The results showed that the industrial relations dispute resolution mechanism is completed according to the industrial relations Court under Law No. 2/2004. The scope of industrial relations disputes brought before the judiciary includes four types of disputes: rights disputes, interest disputes, termination of employment disputes and disputes between labour unions/trade unions in one company. The objective of this research is to analyse employment dispute resolution mechanisms in the Industrial Relations Court based on simple, fast and light costs. In reviewing Law No. 2 of 2004 on the completion of industrial relations disputes, the relevance of the resolution of industrial relations disputes still requires revision. It is considered unable to accommodate and reflect a simple, fast and cost-effective principle. Pages 11 to 26




The Open System of Strategic Planning for the Development of Rural Autonomy in Riau, Indonesia

H. Sufian Hamima*, Sri Indrastutib, aSchool of Social and Political Sciences,  University Islamic of Riau, Riau, Indonesia, bSchool of Management Economics, University Islamic of Riau , Riau, Indonesia, email: a*sufianhamim@soc.uir.ac.id, bsriindrastuti@gmail.com

This study intends to explain the open system of strategic planning in the contextual development of rural autonomy. The aim is to analyse and explain the relationship between the preconditions of strategic planning, formulation of strategic plans, implementation of development programs and success of rural development. It will complete and reformulate the concepts and theories of strategic management and strategic planning using the results of research [Hunger and Wheelen, 1996; Steiner, 1979; and Mintzberg, 1994]. The concepts and theories of strategic management and strategic planning have not yet revealed the relationship of influence between environmental observation strategies. The research method used was an explanatory survey. As a population, all villages are spread across 10 regencies in Riau Province, totalling 1046 villages. The village sampling technique used was the Cluster Sampling method. The minimum number of samples, regarding responses from officials and members of the community (based on the Slovin formula), was obtained from 331 respondents. For implementation, in order to strengthen and sharpen the results of the analysis, a set consisted of 90 informants. Data collection techniques involved active participation observation, study documentation, interviews and questionnaires. The data analysis techniques were carried out using a qualitative and quantitative approach. The first involved observation and interviews with informants. The second involved a statistical test using Structural Equation Modelling (S.E.M). The results of the study indicate that the pattern of the relationship between environmental observation of the strategy and the implementation of the strategy is inversely proportional. Pages 27 to 40




A Feasibility Study of the Expansion of the Districts of Pelalawan Regency, South Riau, Indonesia

H. Sufian Hamima*, H. Indra Muchlis Adnanb, Andri Kurniawanc, a,cSchool of Social and Political Sciences, Islamic University of Riau, Indonesia, bSchool of Law Sciences, Islamic University of Indragiri, Riau, Indonesia, email: a*sufianhamim@soc.uir.ac.id, candri1324ak@gmail.com

The dynamics of the desire of the people in an area to be autonomous have been addressed by the central government with the issuance of the regional autonomy policy in Government Regulation Number 78 of 2007. It concerns the procedures for the formation, deletion and incorporation of regions. Along with the demands and developments in the dynamics of the community to obtain welfare, justice and public services, there are several sub-districts in Pelalawan Regency in the South Region of Riau Province wishing to form a new autonomous region or become a regional division. The community feels that the region has the economic potential, natural resources and financial capacity to improve the welfare of the community. It also has a rapidly growing population. In 2017, there were around 204,308 thousand people, who enable them to fulfil the requirements of becoming a new autonomous regions. On that basis, the proposed expansion of the district needs to be studied in depth to determine its feasibility. The main forms of data used as the basis for this research are primary and secondary data. Secondary data is extracted from various relevant sources, namely the Central Statistics Agency, Regional Statistics Office, regional government, Bappeda and analysis of various variables and indicators. Pages 41 to 57




The Non-Arbitrability of Business Disputes and Denial of the Arbitration Clause by the Parties

Sufiarinaa, Andi Farianab, Herman Sudrajatc, a Lecturer at the Faculty of Law at Tama Jagakarsa University, bLecturer of ABFII Perbanas Institute, cAdvocate, email: asufiarina@jagakara.ac.idbfariana@yahoo.comcmanzat1609@yahoo.co.id   

Not all disputes can be resolved through arbitration. Article 5 of the Arbitration Law has limited disputes to the field of trade and disputes that, according to the law, cannot find peace. It means that there are disputes in the field of trade that can be arbitrated (arbitrability) and cannot be arbitrated (non-arbitrability). The Regulation of the Supreme Court (Perma) on mediation procedures in the court stated that every dispute brought before the court must seek peace. Article 4 of Perma excludes peace in certain disputes. According to the Arbitration Law, the court is not authorised to examine and decide on disputes that have an arbitration clause. However, in practice, violations in the form of arbitration denial are found and become legal issues. It is important to note the trade disputes that cannot be arbitrated and also to find the solutions to disputes that have an arbitration clause but still go to court. To study this, a statutory and conceptual approach are used. The conclusions obtained, regarding the trade disputes that cannot be arbitrated, are Bankruptcy and PKPU. The court must declare that the claim cannot be accepted if the contents of the arbitration clause are found. If a dispute with an arbitration clause is to be brought to trial, the parties must first revoke the arbitration authority with a written agreement to the same degree. Revocation or denial of an arbitration clause cannot merely be an assumption. Pages 58 to 76




The Importance of International Conventions in ASEAN Countries against Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children

Syafrinaldia, Zulakrialb, Heni Susantic, a,b,cFakultas Hukum, Universitas Islam Riau, Jln Kaharudin Nasution No.113 Marpoyan Pekanbaru – Indonesia, Email: asyafrinaldi@law.uir.ac.idbzulakrial@law.uir.ac.idcheni@law.uir.ac.id

Based on empirical evidence, women and children are the groups that are the most victims of trafficking in persons. Victims are trafficked not only for the purpose of prostitution or other forms of sexual exploitation, but also include other forms of exploitation, such as forced labour, slavery, or similar practices of slavery. The perpetrators of trafficking in persons commit recruitment, transfer, concealment, or acceptance of people for the purpose of trapping or exploiting the person in the practice of exploitation in all its forms with threats of violence, use of violence, kidnapping, forgery, fraud, abuse of power, or vulnerable position, or providing payments or benefits so that the consent of the person in control of the victim is obtained. The ACTIP (ASEAN Convention Against Trafficking in Persons, especially Women And Children) International Agreement Against Law No. 21 of 2007 is concerned with Criminal Trafficking in Persons. The problem approach used in this study is the normative juridical method, or also called the doctrinal law research, namely the problem approach that emphasises the applicable laws and regulations and theories that are relevant or related to the problem to be discussed. The Linkage of Law Number 21 the Year 2007, Concerning Eradication of the Criminal Act of Trafficking in Persons with the ASEAN Convention Against Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children (ACTIP), as well as with several other laws and regulations, has made Indonesia make efforts in handling cases of Acts Criminal Trafficking in Persons. It can be said that all efforts made by ASEAN countries in combating trafficking in persons can be said to be one step further. This is due to the existence of good communication in the form of rules which are then agreed upon by each ASEAN member country. Pages 77 to 86




Polri (Indonesian Police Dept) Investigator Position in Accordance with Criminal Code Procedures on Narcotics Crime Law Enforcement

Yudi Krismena, aUndergraduate and post-graduate lecturer of Islamic University of Riau Office; Jl. Kaharuddin nasution No. 113 marpoyan Pekanbaru-Riau 28284, Email: ayudikrismen@soc.uir.ac.id

Polri authorisation restriction could be watched over by the regulation of investigation authorisation; where the authorisation to do that on certain crime activities is based on certain regulations. Just to be given to certain PPNS, while Polri just has authorisation if required by PPNS. Authorisation on investigation and interrogation is owned by two agencies; Indonesian Police Dept and National Anti-Narcotics Agency as statute no. 8 year 1981 on KUHAP section 6 (1) subsection (b), that civil investigator be given special authorisation by law. From the background above, the author makes some points as follows: what is the legal consequence toward dualism on the interrogation duty of narcotics to the Indonesian state administration, and what is the best proportion toward Polri and BNN investigation on narcotics crime action. The goal of this research is to analyse the legal consequence toward dualism of narcotics crime investigation in the Indonesian state administration and to analyse the best proportion on Polri and BNN investigation authorisation toward narcotics crime activity. The type of research applied is normative research, by using references research method that is law research, used by studying and observing references as primary and secondary law materials. Meanwhile this research is descriptive due to the author wishing to demonstrate the problems as research points. Data analysis is presented descriptively, then the author makes a summary on this research deductively. From this research some points were obtained. First, the same authorisation  to national anti-narcotics agency and the Indonesian police department section 81 statute no. 35-year 2009 on narcotics, particularly on interrogation which causes dualism in narcotics investigation. Pages 87 to 108




 Strict Liability in Patent Proceedings

Zakki adlhiyatia*, S.W Yuliantib, a,bBoth authors are lecture in Faculty of Law Universitas Sebelas Maret Surakarta. Email: a*zakkiadlhiyati@staff.uns.ac.id

Actori incumbit probatio is a general principle used in civil trial. The principle demands those who assert must prove and leave the burden of proof on the fault of the plaintiff, as we are using liability based on the fault principle. Nevertheless, patent law provides strict liability as a system used in its burden of proof, therefore the defendant needs to prove their innocence, and the fault will be the defendant’s responsibility to prove. Reconsidering the Donald Black theory on law in the book and law in action in contrast, the commercial court judges are still using the common general burden of proof which places the burden on the plaintiff and focuses on liability based on fault in patent proceeding. In this case the law enforcer behaviour is against the rule. Whereas all the conduct that is against the law will affect the effectiveness of the law. Pages 109 to 115




The Significance of the Indian Ocean Rim Association for Indonesia’s Global Maritime Fulcrum Vision

Artha Yudillaa, aInternational Relations Department, Faculty of Social and Political Science Universitas Islam Riau, Pekanbaru, Riau, Indonesia, Email: aarthayudilla@soc.uir.ac.id

This research will analyse and give an explanation about the significance of the Indian Ocean Rim Association for helping Indonesia achieve its maritime diplomacy known as the “Global Maritime Fulcrum” Policy. As one of the active members, Indonesia has become quite vocal in promoting the main vision of the association, which is the vision of a global blue economy. Proved by the latest IORA summit in 2017, Indonesia was trusted to be the host for the event. This is of no surprise given Indonesia is eager to achieve the blue economy itself by making the strategic maritime policy called the “Global Maritime Fulcrum”. However, the problem is why Indonesia seems to choose IORA over other associations, for instance ASEAN even though ASEAN also has the rather similar policy called “ASEAN Master Plan Connectivity”. The other question is how significant the cooperation really is. This research will use the qualitative method with an analysis-oriented writing, based on two basic theories which are neoliberal institutionalism and geopolitics. The conclusion of this research is that a state’s interest determines how its foreign policy is made, in this case, from a geopolitics perspective. Indonesia’s interest in achieving the “Global Maritime Fulcrum” vision is considered the main goal of the country, and that is why Indonesia has been active in the cooperation; which has the most beneficial offer. Furthermore, like the neoliberal institutionalists say, an international association is supposed to help the members gain interest though strategic cooperation. This topic is a new and important issue as the global maritime fulcrum has become crucial for the future of Indonesia's maritime diplomacy. It can also be the reference for future research related to a similar topic. Pages 116 to 126




 Legal Protection for Consumers in Buying Agreements Online

Dharu Triasiha*, B. Rini Heryantib, Endah Pujiastutic, a,b,cThe writer is a Lecturer in Civil Law at the University of Semarang Law Faculty, Email: a*dharutriasih.fhusm@yahoo.co.id

Online sale and purchase agreements made through electronic media are very popular with some people. The development of this information technology will have an impact on the development of existing legal rules. Because up to now, there is still a legal vacuum in Indonesia, because it has not accommodated the terms of the agreement of buying and selling online specifically. The skill element in an online purchase agreement is difficult to measure, because anyone can make an online purchase agreement. When there are legal issues, legal protection for consumers is still not the optimal juridical empirical approach method. This research was conducted in Semarang, Pekalongan, and Magelang. The selection of these three cities in Central Java is based on the purposive sampling method. Data was obtained through interviews, questionnaires, and literature studies. Primary and secondary data qualitative analysis was used. The results showed that legal protection for consumers in an online sale and purchase agreement in Central Java, is still based on aspects of seller and buyer trust. Consumers as weak parties in this online sale and purchase agreement, often experience losses and dissatisfaction in receiving the goods or services promised. Defaults made by the seller or business actors are in the form of: not sending goods, are being paid money, not given the exact delivery time, items that are not appropriate, and even fraud. Consumers do not know how to resolve disputes in the online sale and purchase agreement, so consumers are only passive or accept it as their own mistakes. Existing laws are not sufficient to provide optimal legal protection to consumers. Pages 127 to 142




Authority of Religious Court in Complete Settlement of Sharia Banking Based on Justice Values

Dhian Indah Astantia, B.Rini Heryantib, Subaidah Ratna Juitac, a,b,cThe writers are the lecturer in Law Faculty, Semarang University, Semarang, Indonesia, Email: adhian.indah.astanti@gmail.combb.rini.heryanti@gmail.comcratna.juita@usm.ac.id

Law is always present to overcome any problems that occur in the community and is asked to be given to every party who litigates. Legal matters that provide justice as one of the best solutions to any existing problems, can be seen in discussions related to Islamic banking and are expected to provide licenses for all litigants. A dignified justice at the practical level will be seen, evaluated and explained as to how to overcome the laws governing Islamic banking or injustices that are always in conflict with Islamic banking through a judge's decision. The method approach used in this research is normative juridical by analysing primary and secondary data. The data collection method is done through a literature study. In the context of the judges' decisions in the Religious Courts as the spearhead in sharia banking settlement, it is expected that the ruling should not only apply as a legal and statutory responsibility, but more important than any judge's decision that can be provided in accordance with expectations, is the value born of responsive legal sources according to conscience, including the judge's conscience when giving a verdict. Thus, this paper will conduct a depth study and see further what determines the Religious Courts in sharia banking agreements based on a dignified value justice perspective. Pages 143 to 152




 The Existence of Small Claims Court in Settling Business Disputes in Indonesia: A Comparative Study with Singapore and the Netherlands

Efa Laela Fakhriaha, Anita Afrianab, a,bFaculty of Law, Padjadjaran University, Bandung, Indonesia, Email: aefa@unpad.ac.idbanita.afriana@unpad.ac.id

Business disputes require an expeditious, simple and amicable settlement which is cost-effective. Settling business disputes through courts is not considered an appropriate option. Nevertheless, settlement of disputes through other alternatives often times are not final and binding. Therefore, Small Claims Courts can act as one of the strategies to resolve business disputes. There are differences in disputes settlement and law enforcement through Small Claims Court in Singapore, the Netherlands and Indonesia. This is based on the legal system adopted by the respective countries. In Indonesia, the Small Claims Court is stipulated by the Supreme Court Regulation. The Small Claims Court has jurisdiction to hear civil disputes that involve no more than 500 million Indonesian Rupiah (IDR), both due to default law and unlawful acts. In the Netherlands, the establishment of Small Claims Court is included in the implementation Act of the European Small Claims Procedure meanwhile, in Singapore, the regulation on Small Claims Court is stipulated in the Small Claims Tribunal Act. In Singapore and the Netherlands, the Small Claims Court is only authorised to settle and decide upon a lawsuit with a relatively small amount of value arising out of breaching of contract or default. Pages 153 to 167




Quo Vadis Citizen Lawsuits in Consumer Law Cases in Indonesia

Emi Puasa Handayania, Zainal Arifinb, aFaculty of Law, Universitas Islam Kadiri (Uniska), bFaculty of Law, Universitas Islam Kadiri (Uniska), Email: aemipuasa.fh@uniska-kediri.ac.idbzainal.fh@uniska-kediri.ac.id

This paper entitled Quo Vadis citizen lawsuit is motivated by legal problems. There are philosophical, sociological and juridical issues. The philosophical problem is the unclear meaning of a citizen lawsuit in legislation currently in force in Indonesia. The sociological problem is that the consumer society in Indonesia wants to arrange a citizen lawsuit in the law and the juridical problem is that in the law in Indonesia does not regulate clearly and it is still vague of what is normal. Given the importance of protecting consumers and business people in Indonesia, the author raises this issue with two key research questions: first, what is the nature of a citizen lawsuit? Second, what is the current and future process of proceeding in a citizen lawsuit? To answer both research questions, normative juridical research methods will be used. The result is that a citizen lawsuit or individual lawsuit is essentially protecting consumer rights. Whereas the current citizen lawsuit process has not been detailed yet. In the future, it must be clarified and detailed. Pages 168 to 182




MAC Method (Mediation, Agreement, and Certification) for Grondkaart as an Alternative Dispute Resolution between PT.KAI and Society

Mohammad Hamidi Masykura*, Ida Nurlindab, Efa Laela Fakhriahc, Yani Puijiwatid, aBrawijaya University, b,c,dPadjadjaran University, Email: a*hamidi@ub.ac.id

Grondkaart is a Measurement Letter or Technical Preview which measured by a Landmester (Land Measurement Officer) and endorsed by the Head Office of Cadastre and Resident as well as having a legal basis in the form of a decision (Besluit) and/or determination (beschikking). This can be used as an initial reference for the process of proof of land ownership rights, but the other hand, local people feel the land around Grondkaart because the land has been mastered over the years. When PT. KAI reported the residents over the land grab to police, investigators assumed PT.KAI currently does not have a strong legal standing because Grondkaart is not proof of ownership of the land but only as a measurement certificate and initial evidence to be able to register the land. Therefore, it does not have legal power and lack of legal certainty in land ownership. Indeed in order to achieve legal certainty over the ownership of the land, Article 49 paragraph (1) of Law No. 1 of 2004 on State Treasury confirms that the goods belong to countries / regions in the form of land controlled by the central government / Regions must be certified on behalf of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia / local governments whereas according to this research is PT. KAI. In line with that, in the Article 86 of Law No. 23 of 2007 on Train also confirmed that the land already controlled by the government, local government or enterprises in the development of train infrastructure, certified in accordance with the provisions of the legislation in the land sector. However, PT. KAI hampered by rules that the land must be mastered physically and there is no dispute if it is wanted to be registered. These provisions become a long series of polemical for the assets of PT. KAI against communities in several regions in Indonesia. Pages 183 to 200




The Industrial Revolution 4.0: What it has to Offer

Herlianaa, aFaculty of Law, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia, email: herliana@mail.ugm.ac.id

The fourth industrial revolution (4.0) has a huge impact on how people communicate. It also brings opportunities and challenges. In some sectors, like manufacturing, retail and medicine, the industrial revolution 4.0 brings many advances and breakthroughs. This advance combines the physical, digital and biological worlds that create both opportunity and threat. Does the same thing happen to the legal system? What peril does technology bring to the legal profession? Technology-driven change has been playing an important role in the development of legal services all around the globe. It is being used with increasing frequency to improve speed and efficiency in the legal process. In the US, an example of technology-driven influence is e-discovery. Instead of conducting direct meetings to investigate the facts of a case through the rules of civil procedure manually, technology has enabled the use of e-discovery. Pages 201 to 210




Protection of Intellectual Property Rights in the Maintenance and Preservation of Traditional Knowledge against the Economics of the Community

Irfan Ardiansyaha, aSekolah Tinggi Fakultas Hukum Persada Bunda JL. Diponegoro, No.42, Simpang Empat, 28116, Suka Mulia, Kec. Sail, Kota Pekanbaru, Riau, Email: aiirfanardiansyahh@gmail.com

Traditional knowledge is the cultural heritage that gave unreal treasure to Indonesia. Traditional knowledge can be utilised economically for the betterment and prosperity of society. The research method used is normative juridical with analytical descriptive specification. Indonesia's efforts in protecting intellectual property on traditional knowledge in Indonesia is that the Indonesian government is preparing a draft of the law on Traditional Knowledge and Traditional Cultural Expression. Other efforts that can be done through the inventory or documentation of traditional knowledge in a region is by publishing the traditional knowledge as widely as possible. The factors behind traditional knowledge that have not been used optimally as economic resources are the lack of public knowledge about the protection of traditional knowledge and the high cost of producing intellectual property. The prospect of protecting Intellectual Property Rights on traditional knowledge will not be carried out either because of the differences in character between traditional knowledge and Intellectual Property Rights. For economic development, if the protection is optimally carried out, it will become a potential income and community empowerment which ultimately gives prosperity to the community. Pages 211 to 226




Application of Minimum Wages of Workers: based on the Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia No. 78 of 2015 about Wage

Lidia Febriantia, Thamrin. Sa, aFaculty of Law, Universitas Islam Riau, Email: afebriantilidia15@law.uir.ac.id

One of the safeguards in labour matters is the proper wage for workers. Because wages are the goal of workers in doing work. Every activity carried out by workers contains aspects of social relations, legal relations, and relations between organisations that give rise to rights and obligations; these are carried out based on the values contained in Pancasila. To realise an income that fulfils a decent living for humanity and protection of wages, setting minimum wages and imposing fines is required. The Government has established Government Regulation No. 78 of 2015 concerning wages. Therefore, the focus of this research is: First, the application of workers in review of Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 78 Year 2015 regarding wages; and, second, inhibiting factors for minimum wages to the Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 78 Year 2015 Regarding Wages. This type of research is a normative legal research that is based on mere secondary data. Pages 227 to 236



Conception and Implementation of Freedom of Speech and Expression in Indonesian Legal Studies

Syafriadia, Heni Susantib, a,bFaculty of Law, Universitas Islam Riau, Email: asyafriadi@law.uir.ac.idbheni@law.uir.ac.id

Freedom of speech and expression are characteristics of a democratic country whose implementation is guaranteed by the United Nations Constitution and the Declaration of Human Rights. John Stuart Mill's theory states, the wider freedom of expression is opened in a society, the society will be more advanced and developed. In the Declaration of Human Rights, these two freedoms (freedom of speech and expression) are the basic rights of every citizen, whose implementation is regulated according to applicable regulations. This paper attempts to study the conception of freedom of speech and express opinions in two different laws, namely Indonesia and Malaysia, by using a normative legal approach, which analyses legally various laws and regulations in both countries, and interprets data based on theories to explain freedom of speech and expression from different points of view. Pages 237 to 245

Study the Position of Husband and Wife in Marriage Based on Customary Law in Kampar

Ulfia Hasanaha, Davit Rahmadanb, Hayatul ismic, a,b,cFaculty of law, Riau University, Pekanbaru Indonesia, Email: aulfia.hasanah@lecturer.unri.ac.idbdavitrahmadan@gmail.comchayatulismi@yahoo.com

One form of traditional marriage in Indonesia, is like one carried out by the Kampar community in the village of Alam Panjang, Rumbio District. This area adheres to the Matrilineal Kinship System, so that marriages conducted by the community must also follow the matrilineal kinship system. The Matrilineal kinship system apparently also affects the position of husband and wife in marriage, both related to rights and obligations in the household. The type of research that will be used is empirical legal research which is a legal research method, functions to see the law in the real sense and examine how the law works in society. The research focuses on legal identification. The purpose of this study is to look for detailed factual information that is holding hostages to the symptoms. In this case, it is the relationship of the Position of Husband and Wife in Marriage according to Kampar Customary Law. It is known that based on Islamic law, the relationship of husband and wife in a household, is that the husband has rights and so does the wife. Behind that the husband has several obligations. The existence of rights and obligations between husband and wife in domestic life can be seen in several verses of the Qur'an and some hadiths. .The wife's obligation is the rights of the husband. This verse implies the rights and position of the wife, such as equal or balanced with the rights and position of the husband. And the position of husband and wife in the customary Kampar, is known because Kampar adheres to the matrilineal system. A marriage must be of different ethnicity. So, as a result of these ethnic differences, if there are problems on the part of men, traditionally the women cannot intervene, and vice versa. When men as Limbago or Urang Sumondo, men cannot interfere because they are only migrants at the women's house. Pages 246 to 259


Application of the Principle of the Due Process of Law by the Constitutional Court on Community Organisations

Husnu Abadia, Heni Susantib, a,bFaculty of law, Universitas Islam Riau, Email: amhdhusnu@law.uir.ac.id, bheni@law.uir.ac.id

The application of one of the principles of the concept of the rule of law, namely the principle of due process of law, by the Constitutional Court in the examination of laws, causes the articles for which the petition to be judged to be contrary to the constitution. There are 2 Constitutional Court decisions that use the principle, namely in Decision No: 6-13-20 / PUU-VIII / 2010, concerning the review of Law No. 16 of 2004, concerning the Indonesian Attorney General's Office, Law No. 4 / PNPS / 1963, concerning the Safeguarding of Printed Goods which disturb Public Order, and Decision No. 11-17 / PUU-I / 2003, concerning Law No. 12 of 2003, concerning General Elections for Members of the DPR, DPD, Regional DPR. This study states that the legal politics of making laws that: (1) authorise the government to set something against the law without a judicial process: (2) formulating a group of individuals whose rights are elected without a judicial process, is against the constitution. The principle of law enforcement that requires everything to be processed through justice is a principle that was raised and followed by the Constitutional Court, and rejected any law enforcement process that did not go through the judicial process. However, the legislators again used the old legal politics, namely the process of law enforcement without going through a judicial process, when the President of Indonesia issued Regulation No. 2 of 2017, concerning Amendments to Law No. 17 of 2013, concerning Community Organisations. This regulation has become Law No. 16 of 2017, after the Parliament gave its approval to the Perpu referred to on October 24, 2017, through a vote. 7 factions agreed (PDIP, Golkar, PKB, PPP, Nasdem, Hanura and Democrats) and 3 factions refused (Gerindra, PKS and PAN). Pages 260 to 274

Guidance of Prisoners Overcapacity in Lapas class II at Pekanbaru

Zulkarnain Sa, Heni Susantib, a,bFaculty of Law Universitas Islam Riau, Email: azulsan67@gmail.combheni@law.uir.ac.id 

Correctional institutions as one of the guiding institutions for prisoners, also function as institutions that can increase added value for prisoners, by providing spiritual and independence training programs in the form of skills training and other guidance, as provisions for prisoners to return to the community. However, in reality the correctional institution is no longer a forum for guidance, because of the poor condition of the prison system as well as the excess number of inhabitants inside the penitentiary. The role of penitentiary officers is very important in providing guidance to someone who has been convicted of a crime so that they can return to be a good citizen and obey the rule of law. Pages 275 to 286

Claims through Citizen Lawsuits for the Public Interest in Indonesia

Heri Hartantoa, aLecturer of Civil Procedure law in the Faculty of Law, Sebelas Maret University of Surakarta, Email: aherihartanto@staff.uns.ac.id

Citizen Lawsuit is one of dispute settlement mechanisms adopted by Anglo Saxon states and it begins to develop in Indonesia. Claims of citizens are filed in the name of general public interest without any condition, so that everyone is able to take initiative to file a lawsuit through a group representative and it is not necessary by an individual who suffers a direct loss. Citizen lawsuit is mechanism for citizens claiming government responsibility for negligence in fulfilling their rights and the negligence can be categorized as unlawful acts. With this mechanism, the interests of several or groups of people can be fought at once in a single lawsuit; this shortens resolution of the problem and in accordance with principles of administering a simple, fast and low cost justice. Indonesian judiciary, especially General Judicial Environment has authority to adjudicate all civil cases and the judge must not refuse to try a case by reason that there is no law for it. Therefore, lawsuit filed by a group representative in the name of general public must be taken to the court by District Court. Regulation of Supreme Court, Number 1 of 2002 concerning procedure of group representation lawsuit only regulates group representation in general; it does not distinguish between class action mechanism and Actio popularis (citizen lawsuit). Incompleteness of the procedural law results in unclear mechanisms and objective measures in determining a legal standing and position of group representatives in citizen lawsuit, which in turn can erode justice and legal certainty. Pages 287 to 296

Mediation Position based on Supreme Court Regulation No. 1 of 2016 concerning Procedure for Mediation in the Religious Courts

Mardalena Hanifaha*, Yaswirmanb, Sukanda Husinc, Rembrandtd, aLecturer of Faculty of law, University of Riau, Pekanbaru, Indonesia, b,c,dFaculty of lau, University of Andalas, Padang, Indonesia, Email: a*aniklidya@gmail.combyas_gadutbogor@yahoo.co.id,

Mediation is a way of resolving disputes through the negotiation process to obtain agreement between the parties assisted by a mediator. To achieve a fair final outcome, without wasting too much cost, it remains effective and fully accepted by both parties in a voluntary dispute. Article 2 Supreme Court Regulation No. 1 of 2016 concerning Procedure for Mediation in Courts should not be ignored and it should be considered by various parties, because the legal consequences are that the decision is null and void if it does not carry out a mediation procedure. The court, which has been impressed as a law enforcement and justice institution, now appears as an institution seeking a peaceful solution for the parties. Settlement of cases with mediation currently practiced in the courts has special characteristics, when cases are registered in the court connected mediation. Mediation efforts will certainly also benefit the court because the use of mediation is expected to overcome the problem of case accumulation. Implementation of Supreme Court Regulation Number 1 of 2016 concerning Mediation Procedures in Courts, can be an attempt to resolve cases in the Religious Courts mediation is the main choice, because it can negotiate the wishes of the parties by means of “peace”. Because after all the fairness of the verdict, but it will be better and more just results of peace. The fairest of decisions handed down by judges will be deemed and felt fair by the winning party. As with peace, the results of sincere peace based on mutual agreement from the disputing parties are free from win and lose qualifications. They both win and both lose or win-win solution, so that both parties recover in harmony and brotherhood. Pages 297 to 309

Cumulative Claims in Mark Disputes under Civil Procedural Law as it relates to Protecting Against International Marks

Sonyendah Retnaningsiha, Suhermanb, Heru Sugiyonoc, aLecturer at the Faculty of Law, The University of Indonesia, b,cLecturer at the Faculty of Law, UPN Veteran Jakarta, email: ade_retno_1993@yahoo.co.id

In the global trade era, in accordance with the ratified international conventions, Marks play essential roles, particularly in sustaining fair and equitable business competition. This requires adequate regulation of the brand in order to provide improved services to the community. Regulations on Trademarks in Indonesia are currently regulated in Act Number 20 of 2016 concerning Marks and Geographical Indications (UUM). In addition, national regulation concerning marks, Indonesia is also bound by international regulations on marks such as the Paris Convention. Trademark protection is essential because marks as Intellectual Property Rights can generate economic benefits to the owners of the property rights, and can also work as a tool to protect public consumers from the occurrence of fraud. Related to the cancellation of a trademark according to the UUM, entered into the absolute competence of the Commercial Court. Based on Article 300 paragraph (1) of Law Number 37 of 2004 concerning Bankruptcy and PKPU, the Commercial Court is not only authorized to examine and decide on bankruptcy and PKPU cases, but also to handle disputes in other commercial fields such as IPR. Based on Article 68 of the UUM, claims for the cancellation of trademarks are filed to the Commercial Court. With the cancellation of marks, the legal protection of the mark concerned is terminated. Related to the claim for trademark infringement, according to Article 76 UUM, the registered trademark owner can file a claim in the form of compensation and/or in the termination of all acts related to the use of the mark. In the case of drafting a lawsuit in trademark disputes, the legal issues to be examined in the filing of a lawsuit in a trademark dispute includes the claim for cancellation of trademark and the claim for trademark infringement according to the perspective of the Formality Civil Code. Pages 310 to 319
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