Perlindungan Hukum Pemanggilan dan Pengambilan Minuta Akta Notaris Paska Berlakunya UU No. 2 Tahun 2014 Tentang Perubahan Atas UU No. 30 Tahun 2004 Tentang Jabatan Notaris (UUJN-P)Journal: Jurnal Hukum Novelty (Vol.7, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2016-02-29
Authors : Muhammad Rikaz Prabowo;
Page : 113-126
Keywords : Notaries; refusal-Rights; refusal-Obligations;
This paper discusses legal protection for Notaries-Function; in terms of the request upon the copies of the deed minuta, Notarial-deeds protocol, and the calling of Notaries-vocation in legal processes. The identification of the problem is to understand the mechanisms of legal protections for Notaries and MKN's roles and to discuss notaries' refusal rights and refusal obligation. Based on the literature review and studies on the literature and legal resources, it can be concluded that: First, the mechanisms of legal protection for request upon the copies of the minuta, the protocol takin of the notary, and the calling of notary for investigation purposes, by investigating-officers, public prosecutors and judges- require approval of the Regional Supervisory Council as stated in Article 66 paragraph (1) Act Number 30 2004. In 2013 “the phrase of the MPD's approval” is canceled by Constitutional Court through the decree number 49/PUU/X/2012 for not having legal binding. Second, the MKN is a new agency formed with the establishment of the Act Number 2 2014 concerning the amendment of Act Number 30 2004 concerning Notaries' functions (UUJN-P). One of MKN authorities was similar with authorities of the MPD before it was revoked by the MK in 2013. However, the MK had not been established because the Permenkumham on MKS was still being harmonized. Third, the Refusal-Rights are rights for not speaking and giving any statements related to deeds, as a witness in prosecutions and courts. These rights are based on Articles in the Acts, such as the KUHAP, KUH Perdata, HIR and the Act Number 5 1986 concerning state administrative law. The Act Number 30 the Year 2004 concerning Notaries-functions (UUJN-P) stipulates this provisions as refusal-obligations which mean that it must be executed imperatively, based on the Article 4 paragraph (2), the Article 16 paragraph (1) letter f, and the Article 54 clause (1). The violation of these obligations shall be the subject to administrative sanctions ranging from warning up to dishonorable discharge by the UUJN-P. Criminal sanctions rely on general provisions of through KUHAP, especially Article 322 concerning violations for divulging confidential information giving away in functions.
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