Author(s): Djumardin, Zainal Asikin, Arba
The objectives of this study are: (1). To know and understand the mechanism for resolving land rights disputes through Krame Desa in the Sasak community on Lombok Island, (2). To know and understand the legal power of the Krame Desa Decision in resolving disputes over land rights in the Sasak Community on Lombok Island.
This type of research used in this research is empirical legal research, with a juridical-socio-anthropological approach. The approach in this research is based on the idea that law is not value-free, meaning that the law is influenced by the attitudes/ behavior and values that live in society.
From the results of the research it can be stated that: 1. The mechanism for resolving disputes over land rights through Krame Desa in the Sasak community on Lombok Island is by means of mediation: The settlement is carried out by Krame Desa together with the Village Head in the Krame Desa Assembly session. 2. The legal power of decisions made by Krame Desa in the form of a peace deed containing an agreement from both parties, including in an out-of-court peace deed. The strength of the peace deed decision will be the same as: The law for those who make it as regulated in Article 1338 of the Indonesian Criminal Code.