Ni Putu Ari Sudani Armayanti, Muhammad Natsir, Sahnan


This study aims to analyze how criminal law policy is seen from its relation to certificate forgery cases, especially Building Use Rights certificates. By analyzing criminal liability both the applicant and the authorized official who issued the certificate. The legal issues raised in this study include: How is the criminal law policy in terms of its relation to the falsification of the Building Use Rights certificate and what factors then cause the forgery of the Building Use Rights certificate and how to deal with it in accordance with applicable criminal law policies. This study wants to see how the law should be enforced and applied which is juxtaposed with a situation that occurs in real terms. So this research is empirical legal research, which compares between das sein (the actual situation) and das sollen (which should be). So that some theories are used as analytical knives to analyze comparisons between existing laws and their application. In addition to collecting materials through literature review, data collection through interviews was also conducted. Based on the results of the study it can be concluded that many things are not in accordance with the legislation set. Forgery of the Building Use Right certificate has occurred from even the basic data that was originally submitted by the applicant. So that criminal liability is not only focused on the authorized officials who issue and certify the certificate even though it can also be concluded as a culpa or negligence, but for the applicant also imposed criminal liability.


Keywords: forgery, building use certificate, criminal

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