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Implications of the Job Creation Law on Land Procurement for Infrastructure Projects

Yustina Rina ,Gusti Ayu ketut Rachmi Handayani ,Lego Karjoko
Keywords: Land Acquisition; Public interest; Soil; Indonesia. ,

Abstract

Indonesia has passed a regulation on land acquisition for the public interest through a job creation law. However, an important question that must be asked is whether the regulation guarantees public justice. This study aims to analyze the Implications of the Job Creation Law on Land Procurement for Infrastructure Projects. This research is normative legal research that uses secondary data with primary, secondary, and tertiary legal materials. The study results indicate that land acquisition is an activity to provide land by providing appropriate and fair compensation and land acquisition for the public interest sometimes causes disputes between the community and the government. This is caused by a conflict of interest between the disputing parties. In addition, the land acquisition also encountered obstacles, such as incomplete planning documents, problematic permits, and problematic development plans