Act No. 2 In 2012

Original Language Title: Undang-Undang Nomor 2 Tahun 2012

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Back COUNTRY SHEET REPUBLIC of INDONESIA No. 22, 2012 (Additional explanation in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 5280) legislation of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA number 2 in 2012 ABOUT the PROCUREMENT of LAND for DEVELOPMENT for the COMMON GOOD by the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the PRESIDENT of the Republic of INDONESIA, Considering: a. that in order to realize a just, prosperous society, and prosperous based on Pancasila and the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945 the Government needs to carry out its development;
b. to ensure that this development for the benefit of the public, the necessary land pengadaannya implemented with the emphasis on the principles of humanitarianism, democracy, and fair;
c. that the legislation in the field of procurement of land for development for the common good has not been able to guarantee the acquisition of land for the implementation of development;
d. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a, letter b, letter c, and the need to establish laws on the procurement of Land for development for the benefit of the public;
Remember: 1. Article 5 paragraph (1), article 18B subsection (2), article 20, article 28G, paragraph (1) of article 28 h, article 28I paragraph (5) of article 28J, subsection (2), as well as Article 33 paragraph (3) and paragraph (4) of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945;
2. Act No. 5 of 1960 concerning the basic regulation of the Agrarian issues (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 104 in 1960, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 2034);
Together with the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA and the PRESIDENT of the REPUBLIC of INDONESIA DECIDES: setting: the law on the PROVISION of LAND for DEVELOPMENT for the BENEFIT of the public.
CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 In this law are: 1. Establishments are State agencies, ministries and Government agencies nonkementerian, Government of the province, kabupaten/kota Government, and legal entities belonging to the country/state-owned enterprises that got the Government's special assignment.
2. The procurement activities of the ground is provide ground by giving the damages a decent and fair to the parties entitled. 3. The party that is entitled to is the party that controlled the procurement has the object or the ground.
4. The object of the procurement of Land is the land, the space above ground and underground, building, plants, objects related to the land, or any other that can be assessed.
5. Land rights are rights over the land as stipulated in Act No. 5 of 1960 concerning the basic regulation of the Agrarian issues and other rights established by law.
6. The public interest is the interest of the nation, State, and society should be realized by the Government and is used most for the prosperity of the people.
7. Management of Rights was the right to master the State of authority delegated in part to the holder of the execution.
8. Public consultation is the communication process or deliberation dialogis antarpihak interested parties in order to reach understanding and agreement in the planning of procurement of land for development for the benefit of the public.
9. Waiver is a legal termination of the activities of the parties who are entitled to the State through the Agency of land.
10. replace the losses is a decent and fair reimbursement to the parties entitled to in the process of acquiring land.
11. Land Appraisers, appraisers, hereinafter referred was the one individual who did the assessment independently and professionals who have received permission from the Minister of Finance's assessment practices and have got the license from the Agency to calculate Land value/price of the object of the procurement of land.
12. The Central Government, which is hereinafter referred to as the Government, is the President of the Republic of Indonesia that holds the powers of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia as stipulated in the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia in 1945.
13. Local Government is the Governor, Governor, or mayor, and other areas as the organizer of local governance.
14. The institutions of the national land Agency is the Land of the Republic of Indonesia, the Government agency that conducts the Affairs of the Government in the field of land.
CHAPTER II BASIC and OBJECTIVE article 2 procurement of land for the public interest is implemented based on the principle of: a. humanitarian;

b. Justice;

c. the benefit;

d. certainty;

e. openness;

f. agreement;

g. participation;

h. welfare;

i. sustainability; and j.  alignment.

Chapter 3 procurement of land for the public interest aims to provide the ground for the execution of development to enhance the welfare and prosperity of the nation, State, and society with legal interests Parties guarantees remain eligible.

CHAPTER III the LAND PROCUREMENT points of article 4 (1) of the Government and/or local authorities ensure the availability of land for the public interest.

(2) the Government and/or local authorities ensure the availability of funding for the public interest.

Article 5 the parties entitled to mandatory release their land at the time of the implementation of the provision of land for the public interest after awarding Damages or based on a court decision has acquired legal force anyway.

Article 6 provision of land for the public interest was held by the Government.

Article 7 (1) the procurement of land for the public interest was held in accordance with: a. the Spatial Plan of the area;

b. National/Regional development plans;

c. strategic plan; and d. work plan any establishments that require the land.
(2) in the case of procurement of land made to the infrastructure of the oil, gas, and geothermal, pengadaannya was organized on the basis of the strategic plan and work plan Agencies that require soil as referred to in paragraph (1) of the letters c and d.
(3) the procurement of land for public interest held through planning by involving all pengampu and stakeholders.
Article 8 the Parties shall have the right and the party that ruled the Object of procurement of land for the public interest is obligated to comply with the provisions of this Act.

Article 9 (1) the Organization of the provision of Land for the benefit of the public pay attention to the balance between the interests of development and the interests of the community. (2) the procurement of land for public interest held by awarding Damages a decent and fair.

CHAPTER IV ORGANIZATION of Public PROCUREMENT of LAND Considered Part of article 10 of the land for the public interest referred to in article 4 paragraph (1) is used for the construction of: a. the defence and national security;

b. public roads, highways, tunnels, railways, train station, train operations and facilities;
c. reservoirs, dams, weirs, irrigation, drinking water, sewerage and sanitation, water and irrigation; d. port, airport, and terminal;

e. infrastructure, oil, gas, and geothermal;

f. generators, transmission, substations, network, and distribution of electric power;

g. Government telecommunications and informatics networks;

h. dumpsites and waste processing;

i. Government hospitals/local governments;

j. public safety facilities;

k. the burial place of General Government/local government;

b.  social facilities, public facilities, and green public open spaces;

d. reserves and cultural heritage;

n. Office of Government/local government/village;
o. structuring urban slums and/or consolidation of land, as well as housing for low income community with the status of the lease; p. infrastructures of education or school Government/local government;

q. the Government sports facilities/local governments; and r.  the public market and public car park.

Article 11 (1) the procurement of land for the public interest referred to in article 10 obliged organized by the Government and the land was subsequently owned the Government or local government.
(2) in the case of establishments which require the procurement of land for the public interest referred to in article 10 are State-owned enterprises, land belongs to the State-owned enterprises.
Article 12 (1) the construction for the public interest referred to in article 10 the letter b to the letter r with mandatory Government organized and can work together with the State-owned enterprises, Regions, or Private business entities.
(2) in the case of construction of national defense and security referred to in article 10 a, its construction was held in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Chapter 13 provision of land for the public interest held through stages: a. planning;

b. preparation;

c. implementation; and d. the submission results.

The second part of the procurement Planning Ground clause 14 (1) establishments that require land makes planning the procurement of land for public interest according to the provisions of the legislation.
(2) planning, procurement of land for the public interest referred to in subsection (1) is based upon the plan of Spatial development and priority Areas set forth in the medium-term development plan, strategic plan, work plan the Government Agencies concerned.
Article 15 (1) Planning the procurement of land for the public interest referred to in Article 14 paragraph (1) are arranged in the form of Land Procurement planning document, which at least contains: a. the goals and purpose of development plans;

b. compliance with Spatial Plan areas and National and regional development plans;

c. the lay of the land;

d. land area required;

e. an overview of land status;

f. expected time of implementation of the procurement of Land;

g. the estimated implementation timeframe of development;

h. the estimated value of the land; i. plans and budgeting.

(2) Procurement planning documents of the land referred to in subsection (1) prepared on the basis of a feasibility study was carried out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(3) Land Procurement planning documents referred to in subsection (2) are defined by Instances that require soil. (4) Land Procurement planning document as referred to in paragraph (3) was turned over to the provincial government.

The third part of article 16 Land Procurement Preparation establishments that require the soil along the provincial government based on Land Procurement planning document as referred to in article 15 notification: a. carry out the development plan;

b. initial logging site development plan; and c. public consultation development plan.

Article 17 notification of the development plan referred to in article 16 a letter presented to the public on the location plan of development for the benefit of the public, either directly or indirectly.

Article 18 (1) the initial Logging site development plan referred to in article 16 include the letter b initial data collection activities the Parties shall have the right and the object of the procurement of Land.
(2) initial Logging as referred to in paragraph (1) was carried out in writing within 30 (thirty) days from notice of work plan development.
(3) the results of the early logging site development plan referred to in subsection (1) is used as the data for the implementation of public consultation development plan referred to in article 16 of the letter c.
Article 19 (1) public consultation development plan referred to in Article 18 paragraph (3) was carried out to obtain the agreement of the location of the development plans of the parties are entitled.
(2) public consultation as referred to in subsection (1) done by involving the Parties shall have the right and the affected communities as well as implemented in place of the Public Interests or development plan in place that was agreed upon.
(3) involvement of parties who are entitled as mentioned in subsection (2) may be made through a representative with power of Attorney from and by the party entitled to the location of the development plan. (4) an agreement referred to in subsection (1) is poured in the form of a news event agreement.
(5) on the basis of an agreement referred to in subsection (4), establishments that require soil apply for the determination of the location to the Governor.
(6) the Governor set a location referred to in subsection (5) within fourteen (14) working days as of receipt of the petition filings since the determination by the Agency that requires ground.
Article 20 (1) public consultation development plan referred to in article 19 is implemented in writing within sixty (60) working days.
(2) If a period of up to sixty (60) working days public consultation implementation the development plan referred to in subsection (1) there are parties who objected to the location of the plan development, carried out public consultation with parties that objected most longer than 30 (thirty) working days.
Article 21 (1) In anniversary in public consultation as referred to in article 8 paragraph (2) there are still parties to the objection regarding the plan of site development, establishments that require soil reported objections referred to the local Governor.
(2) the Governor formed a team to conduct the study over the objections of the development site plan referred to in subsection (1).
(3) the team referred to in paragraph (2) consists of: a. the provincial Secretary or officers appointed as Chairman and members;

b. the head of regional Office of national land Agency as Secretary and members;

c. establishments that handle affairs in the field regional development planning as a Member;

d. the head of the Regional Office of the Ministry of law and human rights as a Member;

e. the Regents/mayors or officials who are appointed as a Member; and f. academics as members.
(4) the team referred to in paragraph (3) is in charge of: a. the inventory problems that became the reason of objection;

b. conduct meetings or clarification with the objection; and c. make recommendations accepted or turned objectionable.
(5) the results of the study teams as referred to in paragraph (2) in the form of recommendations accepted or objected to the construction site plan turned in writing within fourteen (14) working days as of receipt of the application by the Governor since.
(6) the Governor on the recommendation referred to in paragraph (4) issued a letter received or turned it objected to plan the location of development.
Section 22 (1) in the event that turned it objected to the construction site plan referred to in Article 9 paragraph (6), the Governor sets the location of the development.
(2) in the event of receipt of the plan objected to the location of the construction as stipulated in article 9 paragraph (6), the Governor told the Agency that requires land to submit a plan showing the location of development elsewhere.
Article 23 (1) in the event that after the determination of the location of the development referred to in article 19 paragraph (6) and section 22 subsection (1) there are still objections, the party entitled to the assignment location can file a lawsuit to the Court of The local State at least thirty (30) working days since the issuance of the determination of the location.
(2) the courts of The Country break the accepted or turned the lawsuit referred to in subsection (1) in writing within 30 (thirty) working days since receipt of the lawsuit.
(3) a Party objecting against the Court ruling The Country as referred to in paragraph (2) in writing within fourteen (14) working days can apply for cassation to the Supreme Court of the Republic of Indonesia.
(4) the Supreme Court is required to provide the verdict in writing within 30 (thirty) working days since the application for appeal is received.
(5) the decision of a court which had the force of law remained the basis of forwarded or whether the procurement of Land for development for the benefit of the public.
Article 24 the determination of the location of the construction to the public interest referred to in article 19 paragraph (6) or section 22 subsection (1) is given within 2 (two) years and can be extended the longest one (1) year.

Article 25 in terms of the time period the determination of the location of the construction to the public interest as stipulated in article 24 are not met, the determination of the location of the development for the benefit of common process restarted against the rest of the land pengadaannya unfinished.

Article 26 (1) the Governor along with establishments that require land location development assignment to announce common interests.
(2) the announcement referred to in subsection (1) is intended for notification to the community that will be implemented in the area of development for the benefit of the public.
The fourth part of the implementation of the public procurement of Land article 27 Paragraph 1 (1) based on the determination of the location of the construction to the public interest referred to in Section 26 subsection (1), establishments that require the ground asking the implementation of procurement of land to Land Institution.
(2) the implementation of the procurement of Land referred to in subsection (1) include the following: a. an inventory and identification of mastery, possession, use, and utilization of land;

b. assessment of Damages;

c. determination of Damages deliberation;

d. the awarding of Damages; and e. land release establishments.
(3) After the determination of the location of the construction to the public interest referred to in Section 26 subsection (1), the party that has the right to only be able to transfer the rights over their land to Agencies that require land through Land.
(4) Beralihnya the rights referred to in subsection (3) is done by giving the Damages the value specified when the value of the determination of the location of the announcement.
Paragraph 2 Inventory and identification, possession of the Mastery, use, as well as the utilization of Land Article 28 (1) Inventory and identification of mastery, possession, use, and utilization of soil as mentioned in article 27 paragraph (2) letter a include the following activities: a. the measurement and mapping fields per plots of land; and b. the Parties entitled to the collection of data and the provision of Ground Objects.
(2) an inventory and identification of mastery, possession, use, and utilization of the land referred to in subsection (1) is carried out within a period of not longer than 30 (thirty) working days.
Article 29 (1) the results of the inventory and identification of mastery, possession, use, and soil utilization as referred to in article 28 mandatory posted at Office villages, subdistrict offices, and Land Procurement done in writing within fourteen (14) working days.
(2) the results of the inventory and identification of mastery, possession, use, and soil utilization as referred to in article 28 mandatory announced a gradual, partial, or total.
(3) the announcement of the results of the inventory and the identification referred to in paragraph (2) covers the subject of rights, broad, layout, and map land Procurement Ground Objects.
(4) in case of not accepting the results of the inventory referred to in paragraph (3), the parties are entitled may file an objection to the institution of land in writing within fourteen (14) business days counted since it was announced the results of the inventory.
(5) in case there are objections over the results of the inventory referred to in paragraph (4), verification and repair in writing within fourteen (14) working days as of receipt of the submission since objected to the results of the inventory. (6) an inventory and identification was carried out in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

Article 30 Results announcement or verification and repair as stipulated in article 29 set by the Land Institute and later became the basis of the determination of the parties who are entitled in the awarding of Damages.

Paragraph 3


Assessment of Damages article 31 (1) the institution of land Appraisers set according to the provisions of legislation.
(2) Land Institute announced the predetermined Assessment as referred to in paragraph (1) to carry out an assessment of the procurement of land Objects.
Article 32 (1) a designated Assessment referred to in article 31 paragraph (1) is responsible for the mandatory assessment that has been carried out.
(2) violation of the obligation of Assessment referred to in paragraph (1) of the administrative penalties and/or criminal in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Article 33 the assessment of the magnitude of the value of the Damages by the Assessor as stipulated in article 32 paragraph (1) do the field per plots of land, comprising: a. land;

b. space above ground and underground;

c. building;

d. plant;

e. objects related to the land; and/or f.  other losses can be assessed.

Article 34 (1) the value of the Damages assessed by the Assessment referred to in Article 33 is the value at the time of the announcement of the determination of the location of the construction to the public interest referred to in Article 26.
(2) the magnitude of the value of Damages based on the results of the assessment Assessment referred to in subsection (1) is submitted to the Land Agencies with news events.
(3) the value of Damages based on the results of the assessment Assessment as referred to in paragraph (2) be the basis of discussion the determination of Damages.
Article 35 in respect of certain areas of land affected by the procurement of Land there are remnant that can no longer be used in accordance with the allocation and its use, the parties are entitled may request replacement of the whole top of the field soil.

Article 36 the awarding of Damages can be awarded in the form of: a. money;

b. the replacement land;

c. the settlement again;

d. ownership; or e. any other form approved by both parties.

Paragraph 4 of article Damages Determination Deliberations 37 (1) the institution of land do the deliberations with the party that has the right within thirty (30) working days since the results of the Assessment presented to the Institution of land to establish the form and/or the magnitude of the Damages based on the results of the assessment of Damages as referred to in article 34.
(2) the results of the deliberations in the agreement referred to in subsection (1) to base the awarding of Damages to the party entitled to the loaded event in the news of the deal.
Article 38 (1) in the event that is not the case an agreement on the shape and/or the magnitude of the Damages, the parties are entitled may file an objection to the local District Court in writing within fourteen (14) working days after deliberation the determination of Damages as stipulated in article 37 paragraph (1).
(2) the District Court break form and/or the magnitude of the Damages within thirty (30) working days since the receipt of the submission of the objection.
(3) parties that objections to the verdict of the District Court referred to in subsection (2) in writing within fourteen (14) working days can apply for cassation to the Supreme Court of the Republic of Indonesia.
(4) the Supreme Court is required to provide the verdict in writing within 30 (thirty) working days since the application for appeal is received.
(5) the verdict of the District Court/Supreme Court has acquired force of law remained the basis of payment of Damages to the party who filed the objection.
Article 39 in the event that the parties are entitled to reject form and/or the magnitude of the Damages, but did not file an objection within the time referred to in Article 38 paragraph (1), since the law of the party that has the right to be considered received the form and magnitude of the Damages as stipulated in article 37 paragraph (1).

Paragraph 5 the awarding of Damages article 40 the granting of Damages over Procurement of land Objects provided directly to Eligible parties.

Article 41 (1) Damages awarded to the party that is entitled to based on the results of the assessment set out in deliberations as stipulated in article 37 paragraph (2) and/or the ruling of the District Court/Supreme Court as stipulated in article 38 paragraph (5).
(2) at the time of granting Damages the party entitled to receive Damages mandatory: a. conduct waiver; and b. submit evidence of mastery or possession of the Object of procurement Agencies that require the land to the land through Land.
(3) the evidence referred to in paragraph (2) letter b is the only instrument of evidence legally valid and can not be contested later in the day.
(4) a party entitled to receive Damages is responsible for the truthfulness and validity of the evidence of mastery or possession that were submitted.
(5) the other party's Demands upon the Object of procurement of land which has been submitted to the Agency requiring the land referred to in subsection (2) the responsibility of the party which is entitled to receive Damages.
(6) every person who contravenes a provision referred to in subsection (4) are criminal sanctions in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
Article 42 (1) in the event that the parties are entitled to reject form and/or the magnitude of the Damages based on the results of deliberations as stipulated in article 37, or the ruling of the District Court/Supreme Court referred to in Article 38, to replace Losses in the local District Court is deposited.
(2) Care Damages other than as referred to in paragraph (1), well done to: a. the party reserves the right to receive Damages is not known of its existence; or b. the object of procurement of land to be given Damages: 1. is becoming the object of litigation in the courts;

2. still dispute ownership;

3. put of sita by the competent authority; or 4. a guarantee in the bank.
Article 43 at the time of execution of the awarding of Damages and release of the rights referred to in Article 41 paragraph (2) letter a has been executed or the awarding of Damages already deposited in State Court as intended in article 42 paragraph (1), ownership or rights over land from the party that is entitled to become clear and the evidence of its rights stated does not apply and the soil became land directly controlled by the State.

Article 44 (1) a Party entitled to receive Damages or establishments that gained ground in the procurement of land for the public interest may be given tax incentives.
(2) the provisions on tax incentives are regulated by the Government or the local authorities in accordance with those powers.
Paragraph 6 of article 45 Agencies land release (1) release of the object of the procurement of land for Government-owned public Interests conducted in accordance with the provisions of the legislation which governs the management of goods belonging to the country/region.
(2) release of the object of the procurement of land for the public interest that is controlled by the Government or controlled/owned by State-owned enterprises/owned enterprises Areas is done based on this law.
(3) Release the object of procurement of land referred to in subsection (1) and paragraph (2) is conducted by the competent authority or the officials given pelimpahan the authority for it.
Article 46 (1) release of the object of the procurement of Land as stipulated in article 45 paragraph (1) and paragraph (2) was not awarded Damages, unless: a. the object of procurement of land which has been standing buildings that are used actively for the task of governance; b. the object of procurement of land owned/controlled by State-owned enterprises/business entity belonging to the region; and/or c.  The object of the procurement of the land of the village Treasury.
(2) losses on Change of the object of procurement of land referred to in subsection (1) letter a and letter c is given in the form of land and/or building or relocating.
(3) Damages over the object of procurement of land referred to in subsection (1) letter b can be given in the form referred to in Article 36.
(4) the value of Damages referred to in subsection (2) and paragraph (3) was based on the results of the assessment of Damages as referred to in article 34 paragraph (2).
Article 47 (1) release of the object Land Procurement as stipulated in article 45 and article 46 held longest sixty (60) working days since the determination of the location of the construction to the public interest.
(2) if the release of the object of procurement Ground is not finished within the time referred to in subsection (1) has been released and the land was declared State land and can be directly used for the construction for the public interest.
(3) Acting in violation of the provisions referred to in subsection (1) are administrative sanctions in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
The fifth part of the submission of the results of the procurement of Land Article 48 (1) the institution of land handed over the results of the procurement of land to Agencies that require soil after: a. awarding Damages to the parties Entitled and Waiver as referred to in article 41 paragraph (2) letter a has been implemented; and/or b.  the awarding of Damages had been deposited in State Court as intended in article 42 paragraph (1).
(2) establishments that require the ground can begin to carry out development activities after handover results the procurement of land referred to in subsection (1).
Article 49 (1) the procurement of land for the public interest because of the urgent circumstances due to natural disaster, war, social conflict, and widespread disease outbreaks can be directly implemented its construction after the determination of the location of the construction to the public interest.
(2) prior to the determination of the location of the construction to the public interest referred to in subsection (1), first delivered notice to the parties entitled.
(3) in case there are objections or lawsuits over the implementation of the Procurement of land, establishments that require soil can still carry out development activities as referred to in paragraph (1).

Article 50 establishments that acquire a compulsory register of land which have been obtained in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

The sixth part of the monitoring and evaluation of article 51 (1) monitoring and evaluation of the conduct of the procurement of land for the public interest referred to in Article 13 is carried out by the Government.
(2) monitoring and evaluation of the results of the submission of the procurement of land for the public interest have been obtained, as stipulated in article 48 paragraph (1) is carried out by the institutions of the Land.
Chapter V PROCUREMENT FUNDING SOURCES funding sources is considered part of the GROUND of article 52 (1) Funding the procurement of Land for the benefit of the General Budget of revenue and Expenditure of the State (STATE BUDGET) and/or budget income and Expenditure area (BUDGETS).
(2) in the case of establishments which require land State-owned legal entity/state-owned enterprises that get special assignment, funding sourced from internal corporate or other sources in accordance with the provisions of the legislation. (3) special assignment referred to in subsection (2) in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

Article 53 (1) Procurement of Land Fund as stipulated in article 52 include: a. funds planning;

b. preparation;

c. implementation;

d. submission of results;

e. Administration and management; and f.  socialization.
(2) Funding the procurement of land for Public Interests conducted by Agencies and poured in budgeting documents in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.
(3) the provisions concerning the implementation of the funding mechanism for the procurement of land for the public interest is governed by regulation of the President.
The second part of the provision and use of Funding Article 54 Guarantee the availability of funding for the procurement of land for the public interest is allocated by the Agency in accordance with the provisions of the legislation.

CHAPTER VI rights, obligations and ROLES AS WELL AS the COMMUNITY Article 55 in organizing the procurement of land, the party that has the right to: a. have the right to know the plan of organizing the procurement of Land; and b. obtain information regarding procurement of Land.

Article 56 in organizing the procurement of land for the public interest, any person is obligated to comply with the provisions of the procurement of Land for development for the benefit of the public.

Article 57 in organizing the procurement of land for the public interest, the public can participate, among others: a. give feedback verbally or in writing regarding the procurement of Land; and b. provide support in organizing the procurement of Land.

CHAPTER VII TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS Article 58 by the time this law comes into force: a. Land Procurement processes are being carried out before the entry into force of this Act are resolved according to conditions before the enactment of this Act;
b. the remaining unfinished land pengadaannya in the process of acquiring the land referred to in subparagraph a, pengadaannya were resolved based on the terms set in this law; and c. the regulations concerning the procedures for the procurement of Land declared to remain valid throughout does not conflict or has not been replaced with a new one based on the provisions of this Act.
CHAPTER VIII PROVISIONS Article 59 Provisions COVER more about organizing the procurement of Land for development for the benefit of the public is governed by regulation of the President.

Article 60 of the regulation implementing the Act must set out the longest one (1) year after the Act is enacted.

Article 61 of this Act comes into force on the date of promulgation.

In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of this legislation with its placement in the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia.

Ratified in Jakarta on January 14, 2012 PRESIDENT REPUBLIC of INDONESIA Dr. h. SUSILO BAMBANG YUDHOYONO Enacted in Jakarta on January 14, 2012, MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS REPUBLIC of INDONESIA, AMIR SYAMSUDDIN fnFooter ();