Penerapan Konsep Trust of Land Dalam Sistem Hukum Agraria: Suatu Perbandingan Hukum Antara Indonesia dan Britania Raya

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When we are talking about the use of land in Indonesia, as an agricultural country, Indonesia has many talented individuals who are more than capable of managing and cultivating the land. Unfortunately, most of these gifted people do not own the land themselves. Indeed, it is not because they do not want to, but because most land already has its owner. On the other hand, there are numerous unused and neglected lands in Indonesia on which the owner cannot manage and cultivate the land themselves. Such an unfortunate situation causes the purpose of the land to achieve prosperity and welfare for the common good of the people to be a meaningless cliché and practically unachievable. For the same situation, the United Kingdom has a concept of land management called the trust of land. This article aims to identify whether the legislators can adopt this concept into the sphere of Indonesian agrarian law where this adoption might achieve the aim of common welfare within Law Number 5 of 1960. This article will provide a conceptual illustration and advice to the legislators to minimise the number of unused and neglected land in Indonesia to actualise Article 33 Clause (3) of the Constitution for the land to be used for the most benefits of the people.
Original languageIndonesian
Article number3
Pages (from-to)351-380
Number of pages29
JournalMedia Iuris
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 31 Oct 2022


  • Control of Neglected Lands
  • Trust of Land
  • Land Law Comparison
  • Bank of Land

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