KEPEMILIKAN TANAH ABSENTEE OLEHPEGAWAI NEGERI SIPIL BERDASARKAN PERATURAN PEMERINTAH NOMOR 4 TAHUN 1977
Agricultural land that is owned by a cord (Absentee) is legally prohibited. Because the ownership of the Absentee-owned Agricultural Land distances the ideals and spirit of land reform as the basic rule of every National Agrarian law. Absentee land tenure is prohibited because it can restore a very detrimental Landlord system especially to local farmers residing in Absentee land. True agricultural land should be utilized and done in an effort to meet the productivity that will raise the economy nationally. However, Government Regulation No. 4 of 1977 concerning Agricultural Land Ownership by Clothes (Absentee) for Retired Civil Servants states that "a Servant within 2 (two) years preceding retirement allowed to buy agricultural land in guntai (absentee) covering an area of up to 2/5 of a part the maximum limit of land tenure for the relevant Level II Regions. ". Is the ban on the ownership of farmland in a strand (Absentee) applies to all the people of Indonesia ?. The prohibition of land ownership does not apply to Civil Servants State From the provisions of the law above can be concluded that Civil Servants (PNS) can have Absentee land because it is considered Civil Servants have been credited as a driver of the state system. However, with the conditions set forth in the legislation. Civil Servants or Retired Civil Servants who have farmland by hand (Absentee) can make a profit-sharing system as an effort to manage the absentee land to be more productive again by sticking to the prevailing laws and regulations.
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