Responsibilities of Land Deed Officers (PPAT) For Selling Buying Deed

Lisa Ayu Ningsih, Sriono Sriono, Elviana Sagala, Risdalina Risdalina

Abstract


Sale and purchase are an agreement in which one party binds himself to surrender ownership of an item and the other party pays the promised price. The official who has the authority to make and ratify an authentic deed of a right to be transferred is a notary. If an agreement does not meet the subjective requirements, then the agreement can be canceled. Meanwhile, if an agreement does not meet the objective requirements, then the agreement is null and void. The type of research in this article is normative juridical research where in this study the author only takes secondary data, namely library materials obtained by the author including official documents, library books, laws and regulations, scientific works, articles, and documents. -documents related to research material. Secondary data collection throughlibrary researchis done by studying and collecting data related to the author's research. The Land Deed Making Official (PPAT) is responsible for the validity of the registration requirements for the transfer of land rights. The Land Deed Making Officer (PPAT) is also responsible to the parties for making a land deed and managing it effectively until it is completed. If there is a dispute in the Court, it is expected that the testimony of the parties, the Land Deed Official (PPAT) is only asked to be responsible for providing evidence in the form of a letter that has been made by the PPAT.


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Responsibility; PPAT; deed of sale

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.33258/birci.v5i3.5995

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