Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues (Print ISSN: 1544-0036; Online ISSN: 1544-0044)


Against the Criminal Law in the Development of the Mini Hydro Power Plant Project; Review of Case Number 321/PID.SUS/2017/PN LMJ

Author(s): Firman Widjaja

Sustainable development is one of the right ways in development related to the management of natural resources using hydropower (mini-hydro). The purpose of this study is to find out what if there is a criminal act against the law in the Mini-hydro Power Plant (PLTM) project if there is damage due to a disaster, no party is willing to be responsible for repairing the damage and how the regulations regulate the responsibilities of the parties and the consequences of the nature of the disaster. against the law criminally. In this study, the research method used is related to unlawful nature and criminal liability in infrastructure projects, including normative legal research or library research, then the research approach used in this research is a normative juridical approach (legal research). The conclusion that criminal acts against the law do not occur and cannot be applied to the Mini-hydro Power Plant (PLTM) project if the damage is due to a disaster event (force majeure) the parties are responsible for repairing it.

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