Legal Consequences For Notaries Who Corruption Criminal Acts

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  • Lendy Widyaningrum Master's Degree Program in Law 17 August 1945 University Semarang, Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51601/ijersc.v3i4.456

Keywords:

Infidelity, Husband, Legal Consequences

Abstract

A notary is a public official who is authorized to make an authentic deed and has other authorities as
referred to in paragraph (1)Invite-Law Number 30 of 2004 concerning the Position of a Notary
(UUJN) as amended by Law Number 2 of 2014. The purpose of this study is to identify and analyze the
legal consequences for a notary who commits a criminal act of corruption. In the Criminal Code, it is
known that there are additional types of criminal acts, namely the additional criminal revocation of
certain rights, although not all crimes committed by a Notary can be added to an additional penalty.
However, it is different from the provisions in the Corruption Crime Act which stipulates that state
administrators who commit criminal acts of corruption can have their rights revoked

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Published

2022-09-01

How to Cite

Widyaningrum, L. . (2022). Legal Consequences For Notaries Who Corruption Criminal Acts. International Journal of Educational Research &Amp; Social Sciences, 3(4), 1426–1432. https://doi.org/10.51601/ijersc.v3i4.456

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