Monthly Archives: April 2018

Implementation of Investment Heritage in Lambandia District, East Kolaka Regency in Islamic Law Perspective

Implementation of Investment Heritage in Lambandia District, East Kolaka Regency in Islamic Law Perspective

ABSTRACT

Suriani

This study aims to determine the implementation of Islamic inheritance law is effective or not and the factors that influence in the implementation of Islamic inheritance law. Based on the background, there are two issues raised by the author, namely (1) how the implementation of Islamic inheritance law in sub-district of lambaandia? ; (2) What factors become obstacles in the implementation of Islamic inheritance law in lambandia district? The research method used by the author is the empirical normative method that uses research data collected by collecting primary data obtained in the field using interview methods, observation and reports in unofficial form. While for obtaining secondary data we use literature study methods obtained by official documents, read-reading related to the object of research, research results in the form of reports, thesis accompanied by legislation. For further analysis based on the results of this study the implementation of the division of inheritance is described in the directive of president number 1 of 1991 on compilation of Islamic law in article 1 Inheritance law is the provisions that regulate the transfer of property of a deceased person to a person who was abandoned for a cause in inherit the heirs, the heirs, the inheritance and the heirs. Those encountered that happen to be fraudulent as the implementation is still small in accordance with the applicable rules such as divisions that occur one to one and there is also in accordance with existing rules because of the basic law of inheritance of Islam, in accordance with harmonious and inheritance terms, the causes of the occurrence inheritance and inheritance obstacles. But viewed in terms of facts that affect because of the factors of society that is still lacking knowledge, habits and lack of socialization to the community.

Keywords: Distribution, Inheritance and Islamic Law

JURIDICAL REVIEW OF LIABILITY BUSINESS ACTIVITIES SERVICES SUBSCRIBE TV. CABLE

JURIDICAL REVIEW OF LIABILITY BUSINESS ACTIVITIES SERVICES SUBSCRIBE TV. CABLE

ABSTRACT

Sujuti, Rahmat

Research conducted by the author included in the type of empirical normative research by using the approach of legislation and based on the reality of social reality that existed in the community. The type of data used in the study of secondary data is a fact that is obtained not directly but obtained through literature study, literature, legislation. While the primary data obtained by collecting a number of information or facts through interviews directed and systematic. Then in a descriptive analysis of problem-solving procedures researched by describing the data that has been obtained from literature study and then analyzed by the form of conclusion. Business service broadcasters subscribe to the TV. Cable is a business actor who must fulfil obligations in carrying out its business activities. Forms of legal protection of service users/consumers, namely consumer rights, the determination of the responsibility of business actors in the event of losses experienced by service users/consumers. With the great responsibility of TV business actors. Cable will increase the trust of the community to use TV broadcasting service subscription. Cable should be able to maintain or improve the quality and responsibility of service users/consumers, barriers to legal protection of consumers harmed business actor PT. Anaway Cable Group against the loss of service users/consumers. Not in accordance with applicable rules of law and regulations is evidenced when service users/consumers experience a loss. In this case the business actor responds not quickly report submitted by service users / consumers with problems and perform actions in accordance with existing procedures in accordance with the Law of Consumer Protection Article 7 also regulates the obligations of business actors, for the rights and obligations respectively, so that a TV broadcasting service will be created. Smooth cables are safe and satisfying to all parties.

Keywords: Responsibility, achievement and wanprestasi, TV subscription service. Cable.

Legal Protection of Bank Customers Using Internet Banking Facilities

Legal Protection of Bank Customers Using Internet Banking Facilities

ABSTRACT

Irma

This study aims to determine the legal protection of bank customers using internet banking facilities, namely the basis of the rules used in resolving disputes in banking, how the types or forms of legal protection and liability of banks to bank customers who experienced loss. Based on the type of research used in this research is Normative Empirical law research, while the meaning of Normative Empirical research is research done by combining literature research and field study especially related to legal protection to bank customer of the user of internet banking facility. The data type used is secondary data. Secondary data sources used include primary materials, secondary law materials and tertiary legal materials. Data collection techniques used in the form of literature study for further analysis with syllogistic and interpretation techniques. The result of research Legal protection to bank customer of internet banking facility user, especially in the case of Mr Sudirman AT that the bank has returned based on UU ITE, and acknowledge that it is a mistake from the bank based on the data provided by the PT. Bank Rakyat Indonesia (PERSERO) Tbk. The central office has returned the lost/missing money. This is in accordance with preventive and repressive actions. The responsibility of the BRI party has basically made a material compensation suffered by Mr Sudirman, but the legal counsel of Mr Sudirman considers still not finished because there is no clarity about what causes so this case can happen.

Keywords: Banking

eview of Islamic Laws on Doi’ menre’  in Bugis Traditional Marriage in Kolaka (Case Study in Ta’dai-Dai, Sabilambo District, Kolaka Regency)

Review of Islamic Laws on Doi’ menre’  in Bugis Traditional Marriage in Kolaka (Case Study in Ta’dai-Dai, Sabilambo District, Kolaka Regency)

ABSTRACT

Sari, Jusmita

This study aims to find out the position of conducting money (Doi’ menre’) in the Bugis customary marriage in addition, the study is intended to find out how the Islamic Law Review of Doi’ menre’  money in the Bugis customary marriage in Ta’ai-dai, Sabilambo District, Kolaka Regency.

Based on the results of the study, the Bugis community, especially in Kolaka, assumes that the giving of the Doi ‘menre is a mandatory money-giving tradition given by the men to the women whose function is used as the cost to carry out the marriage feast. The purpose is to give respect to the families of the parties women. The position of Doi’ menre’  in a custom marriage bugis is one of the conditions of preference, because if there is no Doi’ menre’  then there is no marriage. Islam does not govern the provisions of Doi ‘menre’ but the law is mubah. Islam does not prohibit the giving of Doi’ menre’  in customary marriage bugis because there is no postulate that explains it. The important thing is giving Dui ‘menre not contradicting syri’at and determining the value of Dui’ menre no element of compulsion, according to ability and ability of men.Adapun the impact of high determination of number Doi’ menre’  is void marriage, the relationship between both families can become tenuous, many men are reluctant to marry, many spinsters, silariang, can even be fatal for men because by deliberately impregnating women who want to marry.

Keywords: Islamic Law, Doi’ menre’ , Adat Bugis

The Role of Bank Indonesia against Commercial Banks in an Effort to Achieve Good Corporate Governance Based on Bank Indonesia Regulation Number 8/14 Year 2006

The Role of Bank Indonesia against Commercial Banks in an Effort to Achieve Good Corporate Governance Based on Bank Indonesia Regulation Number 8/14 Year 2006

ABSTRACT

Tony, Rahmi Ainy

Research conducted by the author included in the type of normative legal research using descriptive approach legislation. Types of data used in research in the form of secondary data. For secondary data, the author uses several legal sources namely primary legal materials, secondary legal materials, and tertiary legal materials. The technique of collecting from the data obtained both primary and secondary data then analyzed descriptively that problem-solving procedure researched by way of exposing data which have been obtained from literature study then analyzed with conclusion form. The vision of Bank Indonesia is to become a trustworthy (credible) central bank institution nationally and internationally through strengthening the values ​​of its strategy and achieving low and stable inflation. The mission of Bank Indonesia is to achieve and maintain the stability of the rupiah through the maintenance of monetary stability and the development of financial system stability for sustainable long-term national development. In need of sectoral Good Corporate Governance regulations, such as among banks to become a reference for bank managers in managing their companies in accordance with the principles of Good Corporate Governance, to realize the role of Bank Indonesia in regulating the implementation of Good Corporate Governance in the banking world, it is necessary in the wake of a strategic directed to encourage a healthy internal governance bank and a conducive external environment where the instruments are none other than the provisions regarding the application of the principles of Good Corporate Governance. The implementation of Good Corporate Governance (GCG) very seats to know the quality of GCG implementation that should be reflected in the company’s financial performance as well as the behaviour of employees and officials. In addition, other information relating to the implementation of GCG Bank is an appraisal factor of GCG implementation, such as problems arising from the impact of remuneration policy on a bank or internal disputes that interfere with the Bank’s operational and/or business continuity.

Keywords: Bank Indonesia, Good Corporate Governance.

Prevention and Handling Study of Spontaneous Combustion Coal Middle Calorific Value (Mcv) In Stockpile Tripper Port PT. Antam Tbk Ubpn Southeast Sulawesi Pomalaa District

Prevention and Handling Study of Spontaneous Combustion Coal Middle Calorific Value (Mcv) In Stockpile Tripper Port PT. Antam Tbk Ubpn Southeast Sulawesi Pomalaa District

ABSTRACT

Juliani, Suis

Research on the prevention and handling of spontaneous combustion of middle calorific value coal (MCV) in Stockpile Tripper Port of PT. Aneka Tambang Tbk Nickel Mining Business Unit Southeast Sulawesi. The research undertaken aims to provide an effective method of preventing and handling spontaneous combustion in MCV coal stacks. The method used in this research is using prevention method in the form of solidification on the edge of MCV coal stack and handling method in the form of volcano trap manufacture, coal dust disposal, and discharge coal of MCV coal fire. From the results of the review and measurement it is known that the average temperature of MCV coal stack before the prevention and handling at the pile surface is 74 oC and at depth ± 20 cm 106 oC, after compaction temperature at surface 39 oC and depth ± 20 cm 34 oC, after manufacture volcano trap temperature at a depth of ± 20 cm 106 o C before 1 hour and depth ± 20 cm 72 oC after 1 hour, after harvesting and removal of coal ash / dust temperature at 48 oC surface and at depth ± 20 cm 40 oC, after taking and coal coals discharge temperature at 51 oC surface and at depth of ± 20 cm 42 oC with MCV coal quality that contains 8.15% Total Moisture, Inherent Moisture (IM) 6,92%, Volatile Matter (VM) 48,73 %, Ash Content 4.02%, Fixed Carbon (FC) 47.25% and Gross Calorific Value (GCV) 6348,76 Kcal / Kg. Based on the results of research methods of prevention and effective handling in suppressing temperature rise which results can inhibit the occurrence of spontaneous combustion on MCV coal pile in Stockpile Tripper Port.

Keywords: Spontaneous combustion, Prevention, Handling, Temperature

The Role of Inspectorate in Development Supervision in Kolaka Regency

The Role of Inspectorate in Development Supervision in Kolaka Regency

ABSTRACT

1Ruslan 2Rijal, Syamsul 3Jayadi

The purpose of this research is to: 1) To Know How The Role of Inspectorate in Development Supervision in Kolaka Regency 2) To Know What Factors Become Obstacles Inspectorate In Conducting Development Monitoring in Kolaka Regency

In this study using Empirical research type of data used data obtained from literature and field materials. Researchers use qualitative data analysis. And then on described

  1. Based on the results of research that the authors do found that the Inspectorate Supervision in the Administration especially in the Inspectorate Office of Kolaka Region, it can be concluded that the Inspectorate supervision, whether viewed from examination, testing to investigation, was not effective, this is due to the timeliness in doing supervision, not yet accurate deviation data found for supervisory apparatuses at Inspectorate office, Kolaka Regency.
  2. Factors that become the obstacle of inspectorate in conducting supervision to the development in Kolaka Regency that is 1) Independence which is the main factor that makes the performance of Regional Inspectorate can run effectively in conducting Supervision on the implementation of local government in accordance with the plan and provisions of applicable regulations.

2) Human Resources because in the implementation of local government can run well if supported by adequate human resources and adequate who have the expertise and competence in the field of supervision resulting in maximum employee performance

Keywords: Inspectorate, Supervision, Development

The Rights of Suspect as the Realization of the Presumption of Innocence Principle in the Inspection Process at Investigation Level (North Kolaka Resort Police Case Study)

The Rights of Suspect as the Realization of the Presumption of Innocence Principle in the Inspection Process at Investigation Level (North Kolaka Resort Police Case Study)

ABSTRACT

1Arling 2Yahyanto 3Irabiah

This study aims to gain knowledge about the rights of suspects who are protected in the investigation level investigation. As well as knowing how much of the barriers that occur in the implementation of the rights of the suspect. In addition, the writing of this law also aims to qualify as determined in obtaining a bachelor’s degree (Strata One) at the Faculty of Law of the University of Sembilanbelas November Kolaka. This research was conducted in Lasusua District, North Kolaka Regency. This study is the scope of empirical research, and seen from its nature is descriptive. The location of this research in North Kolaka Police. The type of data used is primary data and secondary data. Sources of data were obtained through literature study and information obtained through data available at North Kolaka Police Station and Interview with resource persons in North Kolaka Police. Data collection techniques used are literature study and interview.

Based on the results of research conducted, it can be seen that who has the most important role in the implementation of the rights of suspects in the examination process at the investigation level is the investigator, because in the investigation process of the investigator who rules and regulate the course of the examination, while the suspect only follow the process with only a feeling of fear because he feels guilty, so investigators can easily suppress the suspect.

In the implementation of the rights of the suspect, there are several obstacles, among others, barriers arising from the suspect that is the lack of knowledge of the rights owned by the suspect, the frequent suspects provide convoluted information and the suspect did not show a cooperative attitude. While the obstacles that emerged from the investigators occurred due to lack of professionalism carried out in the investigation, the investigator only hunted the time without respecting the rights of suspects and made the pressure to get recognition from the suspect.

Keywords: Suspect Rights, Principle of Guilty Not Guilty (Presumption of Innocence), Investigation.

Technical Design of Mining of Nickel Ore Deposition at PT. Hengjaya Mineralindo (Hm) Bungku Pesisir District Morowali Province Central Sulawesi Province

Technical Design of Mining of Nickel Ore Deposition at PT. Hengjaya Mineralindo (Hm) Bungku Pesisir District Morowali Province Central Sulawesi Province

ABSTRACT

A s n u n

PT. Hengjaya Mineralindo (HM) has obtained the exploration mining permit Number 540.3 / SK.001 / DESDM / VI / 2011, with an area of ​​6,249 Ha. In the Permit area Mining Business The exploration part of the area has been mined in the previous year and then the company will conduct a new pit opening in accordance with the exploration area which is considered to have high-grade nickel ore in the mining permit business area in Block B1 pit APL PT. Hengjaya Minerindo (HM), for which it is necessary to modelling activities, calculation of reserves and mining design so that will be generated scheduled mining draft and future will be used in next mine planning. From this geological modelling of nickel ore deposits can be known form, position, thickness, depth, and economic value or not. Based on the APL B1 pit design, it is known that the stock of nickel ore deposits is 61,379 tons and the number of overburden is 178,602 tons, resulting in stripping ratio of 1: 2, 9.

The target of nickel ore production planned for the first day is 2,503 tons with an overburden of 30,571 tons with stripping ratio of 1: 12.2 for the second day of nickel ore production of 10,085 tons with 22.989 tons overburden produced with stripping ratio of 1: 1,2, for the third day of nickel ore production of 5,423 tons with an overburden produced of 27,651 tons with a stripping ratio of 1: 5, for the fourth day of nickel ore production amounting to 3,041 tons with an overburden of 30,033 tons with stripping ratio of 1: 9,87 for the fifth day of nickel ore production of 14,084 tons of overburden produced 18,990 tons with a stripping ratio of 1: 1.34, for the sixth day of nickel ore production of 12,249 tons with overburden produced amounting to 20,825 tons with a stripping ratio of 1: 1.7, for the seventh day of nickel ore production of 13,994 tons with an overburden produced of 19,080 tons which has a stripping ratio of 1: 1.36, with Bench Geometry at pit design designed with a maximum inclination of a single slope is 60 °, bench height of 4 m and width bench 1.33 m and the width of 2.66m.

Keywords: Nickel Ore, Reserves, Mining.

Effect of Capacity and Traffic Density of Vehicle Acceleration (Case Study on Trans Sulawesi Road) Lasusua District North Kolaka Regency

Effect of Capacity and Traffic Density of Vehicle Acceleration (Case Study on Trans Sulawesi Road) Lasusua District North Kolaka Regency

ABSTRACT

Putra, Abdi Wira

Realizing the problem, the writer needs to limit the problem, which will be limited are 1. Capacity of the Trans-Sulawesi road segment. 2. Traffic density and acceleration of trans-Sulawesi road vehicles.

Objectives To determine the effect of capacity and traffic density on the acceleration of vehicles passing a point on the road, the unity of time expressed in the characteristics of traffic flow that can affect each other, the higher the volume of traffic the speed will decrease and the density will increase.

The Results largest traffic volume obtained 3.153 SMP / hour with peak hour factor of 0.987. Speeds are obtained for each condition ie before entering a resistance of 3.643 m / sec, when through a resistance of 9.492 m / sec, and when passing by 5.059 m / sec. Acceleration value before entering obstacles with the time of obstacle occurs vehicle retardation equal to 15,27 m / second2, Traffic Density biggest on Monday 30 January 2017, before passing obstacle equal to 28, when through obstacle equal to 11, and after passing obstacle equal to 20. The total density of 59 SMP / hour/lane. The capacity of the Trans Sula Toll Road (c) is 2,005 SMP / hour and the maximum peak hour volume is 3,153 SMP / hour. Based on the calculation of the effect of capacity and traffic density on vehicle acceleration, we conclude that on the Trans Sulawesi road, it can still accommodate vehicles although sometimes during the day and peak hours there is often a slowing down of the vehicle.

Keywords: Effect of density capacity on vehicle acceleration.