Validity of Collective Agreements in Village Development Cooperation Involving Contractors as Third Party

Mega Dini Bachri

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The aims of this study are to find out Validity of Collective Agreements in Village Development Cooperation Involving Contractors as Third Party. The type of research used to discuss this problem is normative juridical. The result shows that Cooperation between contractors as third parties and village administrators can be carried out with due regard to the principles of the law of engagement. In the agreement there is a consensus which states that the parties are bound in an agreement and give birth to rights and obligations for the parties. In village development cooperation involving contractors as third parties, it must have been stated in the village RKP in the previous year and the latest was made in September. This RKP is also supported by community participation and knowing the funds owned by the village for development cooperation with contractors. The contractual relationship between the contractor and the village administrator is a public contract that does not only pay attention to the principle of consensus in civil law.


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validity of collective; agreements; village development

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.33258/birci.v5i3.7031

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