INTEGRATED DIGITAL LAND REGISTRATION Liong, Abrar Saleng, Farida Patittingi, Kahar Lahae
This study is intended to answer the problem: Integrated Digital land registration in Indonesia, whether the implementation of land registration has been carried out digitally integrated, whether the rules regarding land registration are still relevant in integrated digital land registration, and how the ideal concept in the implementation of integrated digital land registration can be provide legal certainty of land rights. This empirical study was conducted in Jakarta, Special Capital Region of Jakarta, Yogyakarta, Makassar, Ambon and Papua, and the resource persons were representative officials at the Office of the Ministry of Agrarian Affairs and Spatial Planning / National Land Agency of the Republic of Indonesia, totaling 2 (two) people, Officers in the Regional Office of the National Land Agency of the Special Capital Region of Jakarta, as many as 2 (two) people, Representative Officers in the Regional Office of the Yogyakarta National Land Agency as many as 2 (two) people, Officers who are representative in the Regional Office of the National Land Agency of South Sulawesi 2 (two) persons, 2 (two) representative officials in the Maluku National Land Agency Regional Office, 2 (two) representative officials at the Papua National Land Agency Regional Office, 2 (two) people. From the results of this study indicate that the implementation of integrated digital land registration has not been carried out as it should, because the regulations regarding existing land registration do not regulate integrated digital land registration. The ideal concept in integrated digital land registration is to prepare legal instruments that regulate land registration that is done digitally integrated so that it can provide legal certainty over land rights.
Keywords: Land Registration, Digital, Integrated
Topic: Maritime, Environment and international policy