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Jambe Law Journal
Published by Universitas Jambi
ISSN : 25987925     EISSN : 2598795X     DOI : -
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Jambe Law Journal is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Faculty of Law Jambi University twice a year in May and November. It aims primarily to facilitate professional discussions over current developments on legal issues in Indonesia as well as to publish innovative legal researches concerning Indonesian laws and legal system, as well as a forum of intensive legal studies in Indonesia. Jambe Law Journal welcomes academics, scholars, university students, and others interested people to contribute the result of their studies and researches in the areas related to law, primarily Indonesian law.
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RETHINKING THE ROLE OF INDIGENOUS LAW COMMUNITY IN MANAGING INDIGENOUS FOREST IN JAMBI PROVINCE Yahya, Taufik; Syam, Fauzi
Jambe Law Journal Vol 1 No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (182.256 KB) | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.1.1.35-54

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This paper examines the synchronization of legal regulations in forestry, green farming, and mining sectors along with their implementation regulations. The certainties of the existence of customary law community in Legal Acts No. 41 year 1999 concerning Forestry does not give certainties for customary law community in managing forest in Indonesia. Meanwhile, Legal Acts No. 6 year 2014 about Village stresses out that there is a specific acknowledgement about local customary village as a part of Customary Law Community. In the Legal Acts about Village, the establishment of Customary Law Community is strongly stated in provincial government regulations. This paradox has brought a bad consequence to customary forest that is managed by customary law communities in Jambi province.
THE PROBLEMS OF LAW ENFORCEMENT AND IDEAS OF PROPHETIC PARADIGM IN INDONESIA Heryansyah, Despan; Hidayatullah, Muhammad
Jambe Law Journal Vol 1 No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (191.768 KB) | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.1.1.91-114

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Law enforcement portraits in Indonesia have not provided encouraging results. The reforms of 1998 in all aspects of the state including law have not always proceeded as planned. The fact that law continues to be legalistic-positivist is a major problem of law enforcement in Indonesia that never succeeded. Therefore, the reconstruction of such thinking model must first be done. As the law is not an independent entity separate from its association with other entities, however, the law is part of the life of society that can not be released away from social entities, politics and so on. The idea of ​​prophetic law is the right solution for the improvement of the Indonesian legal system. The prophetic paradigm is a set of theories that not only describe and transform social phenomena, nor simply change a thing for change, but more than that, it is expected to lead to change on the basis of ethical and prophetic ideals. Where in the basis of the conception of humanization, liberation, and transdensi as stated in the letter of Ali Imron: 110. The prophetic paradigm differs greatly from the positivist paradigm. The transcendence base, humanization orientation and liberation embedded in law enforcement will encourage its existence to always be total in making legal findings (ijtihad al hukmi) objective to be applied to a case. By making the paradigm of prefetics law as the base of law enforcement value in Indonesia, it is expected that law can really give a sense of justice to society which so far only limited to wishful thinking
UTILIZATION OF ECONOMIC RIGHTS IN MUSIC AND SONG WORKS AS A PILLAR OF CREATIVE ECONOMY Hartati, Dwi Surya; Herlina, Nely
Jambe Law Journal Vol 1 No 1 (2018)
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The work of songs and music is one of several types of artistic works that is protected by the Act of Copyright. Copyright is regulated through Act No. 28 of 2014 About Copyright (Undang-Undang Hak Cipta or UUHC). Creators and Copyright holders have an exclusive right in the form of economic rights and moral rights. Economic rights can be acquired through the payment of royalty. According to the Act of Copyright, the National Collective Management Institution (Lembaga Manajemen Kolektif Nasional or LMKN) is the institution appointed to collect royalties from creators and/or holders of related rights. LMKN is a non-profit legal entity which has been given an authority by Copyright holders and/or holders of related rights to manage the economic rights in legally collecting and distributing royalties. In order to acquire their share in the royalty, each of the creators, Copyright holders, or the holders of related rights has to become a member of LMKN, and in return said LMKN got the authority to collect royalties from users of said artistic works. Royalty is a form of payment or rewards given to creators and/or Copyrights holders over the utilization of economic rights or related rights of a creation or a product. In Indonesia, there are a lot of LMKNs, in which the function is to collect royalties, including collecting exclusive rights of the holders of related rights. The resulting performance of Collective Management Institutions (Lembaga Manajemen Kolektif or LMK) has not reached its optimum capability for both creators and holders of related rights. The resulting advice of this paper is for the government to create a strict payment system and a method which can also be accessed digitally by the creators.
APPLYING PRECAUTIONARY PRINCIPLE IN FISHERIES MANAGEMENT Latifah, Emmy; Imanullah, Moch Najib
Jambe Law Journal Vol 1 No 1 (2018)
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The aim of this paper is to examine an applying the precautionary principle in fisheries management. Precautionary principle is a principle where the possibility exist of serious or irreversible harm, lack of scientific certainty should not preclude cautions action by decision-makers to prevent or mitigate such harm. This principle has been accepting in widely international environmental law so that with applying this principle in fisheries management, it could be expected to provide an opportunity to progress towards sustainable fisheries development.
LAW ENFORCEMENT IN BANKING CRIMINAL ACT INVOLVING INSIDERS Arifin, Ridwan
Jambe Law Journal Vol 1 No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (223.531 KB) | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.1.1.55-90

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The rise of news in the mass media related to burglary cases of bank customer funds further raises public awareness of the vulnerability of the banking sector used as a means (crimes through the bank) and as the target of crime against the bank. On the other hand, the awareness is intended to further convince each party that the bank in conducting its business activities must be managed and managed by parties who have integrity and good competence. The purpose of this research is to: (1) analyze and describe the implementation of the rule of law in handling banking criminal case involving insider; and (2) to know and analyze government efforts both preventive and repressive in handling banking crime cases in Indonesia, especially in cases involving insiders. The results showed that the implementation of law in handling banking crime cases in addition to using Law No. 10 of 1998 on Amendment to Law No. 7 of 1992 concerning to Banking (Banking Act), also used several provisions of article in the Criminal Code (KUHP) and Law No. 20 Year 2011 jo. Law No. 31 Year 1999 on the Eradication of Corruption. The role of Bank Indonesia in the enforcement of law in the form of investigation and/or forensic examination of banking crime that occurred in a bank which then the result of investigation is reported to law enforcement in accordance with applicable Criminal Procedure Code. Enforcement and prevention efforts are conducted jointly through the synergy of Bank Indonesia, the Police and the Attorney. In addition, Bank Indonesia also applied the principle of know your customer and compliance function as a preventive effort for banking crime. The weakness of internal controls is the cause of the ineffectiveness of handling of banking crime cases, especially those involving insiders, a memorandum of understanding between Bank Indonesia, the Police and the Attorney Office is only a moral obligation, should be more binding so that it can become one of the more powerful law enforcement tools.
FOUNDATIONAL SOURCES AND PURPOSES OF AUTHORITY IN AUSTRALIAN LAW Kelly, Danial
Jambe Law Journal Vol 1 No 1 (2018)
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The starting point in understanding Australia’s socio-legal place in an international context is to be familiar with its Western legal tradition. Some of the characteristics of the Western idea of law include the separation of law from other normative systems (such as religion), the centrality or primacy of law as a method of regulating society, and the inherent authority of law. Other major socio-legal features of contemporary Australia include a multicultural population and government by representative democracy. Australian law has sprung out of the English branch of the Western legal tradition, therefore the English heritage of Australian law will first be considered.
Right of Indigenous People’s towards Land and Territory Pradhani, Sartika Intaning
Jambe Law Journal Vol 1 No 2 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (184.432 KB) | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.1.2.177-205

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Indigenous peoples are victims of agrarian conflict, but their existence are not recognized by Indonesia. Indonesia recognizes Adat Law Community, distinct community living in Indonesia according to their Adat Law, and their traditional right. This paper is written based on legal normative research to analyze right of Adat Law Community towards their land and territory; and rule of the court regarding right of Adat Law Community. Adat Law Community has strong relation with their land and territory, namely Ulayat Right which guaranteed in Constitution and regulated in various law and regulation, especially regarding natural resources. Recognition towards Ulayat Right held by Adat Law Community through regional law product is declaratory because it only confirms the exiting right. Court has prominent role to enforce right of Adat Law Community. Constitutional Court has revoked several provisions in law which neglect Ulayat Right of Adat Law Community, such as Adat Forest which defined as state forest located in Adat Law Community’s territory; and Right of Coastal Water which limits Ulayat Right of Adat Law Community to access natural resources in coastal area and small islands. Though Constitutional Court has strengthen right of Adat Law Community, this community still face difficulties to claim their right towards land and territory against government and investor before District Court, High Court, and Supreme Court because those Court more focus on formal legal certainty of Adat Law Community’s authorization towards their land and territory than factual authorization as narrated by the community.
The Authority of the Local Government in Forest Management and its Implication toward Local Autonomy in Riau Province hb, gusli ana
Jambe Law Journal Vol 1 No 2 (2018)
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The authority of local government in forest management in the Province of Riau has not been running as yet so far, because there is deviation in it, that caused by functionaries as well as individual community around of the forest area. Forest management by the regency government is still far from the principles of well government management, transparency, participation, accountability, and professional. The obstacles for local government to do forest management authority in the Province of Riau such as, firstly, law and regulations. Secondly, permit and supervision instruments. Thirdly, law enforcement officers. Fourthly, community. While the system of local government authority farther in forest management can be done through first, the system of forest management through Unity of Forest Management (KHP) concept. Second, the system of community participation by involving the local community more broadly in planning, maintenance, management, decision making, implementation, and supervision. In order to give comprehension for local community that importance of everlasting and sustainable forest management program for future generation by increasing counseling and socialization. The implication of forest management towards local autonomy shows a dynamic transformation, authority friction in forest management that was decentralization became centralization.
Natural Resources Law in Australia: protecting whose interests? Kelly, Danial
Jambe Law Journal Vol 1 No 2 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (192.474 KB) | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.1.2.155-176

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What is the jurisprudential approach taken to Natural Resources Law in Australia? The ultimate source of law in Australia is Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act however the Constitution does not specifically include an environment or natural resources power and the Commonwealth government can only make laws under the heads of power provided by the Constitution. This paper considers how natural resources law has developed as environmental protection law, especially the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act. Also discussed is the approach taken by the Northern Territory of Australia in relation to natural resources law. The discussion unearths the developing jurisprudence in Australian natural resources law that seems to increasingly favour environmental protection over human development.
The Protection of Women and Children as Victims of Human Trafficking in Jambi Province Hafrida, Hafrida -
Jambe Law Journal Vol 1 No 2 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (180.796 KB) | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.1.2.207-230

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The research aims at studying the policy of the Regional Government in protecting the victims of human trafficking, especially females and children. This legal research is based on an empirical study at Regional Police (POLDA), P2TP2A, and Social Services office in Jambi Province. The Law Number 35/2014 on the Amendment of The Law Number 23/2002 on Child Protection provides a greater portion for the Regional Government to take active roles in providing child protection and Presidential Regulation Number 69/2008 about Task Force Prevention and Handling the Criminal Act of Trafficking Victim. Using analysis of descriptive qualitative, it is learned that the handling of the women and children as victims of trafficking remain partially. The responsible institutions have not well-coordinated because a task force as commissioned by Presidential Regulation number 69/2008. The results show that Jambi Province has passed Jambi Province Regional Regulation Number 2/2015 on Prevention and Handling of Human Trafficking towards Females and Children. However, the study also shows that the regulation has not been applied by related parties since Governor’s regulation as implementing regulation is inexistent.

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