Recent Submissions

  • UTILIZATION (INTIFA’) OF UNLAWFUL WEALTH ACQUIRED BY UNLAWFUL MEANS FROM ISLAMIC LEGAL PERSPECTIVE 

    IBRAHIM, BADRUDDINHJ (Faculty of Law & Board of Research, Educational Development and Community Empowerment (LP3M) Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, 2017-04-04)
    This study examines the issue of utilization (intifa’) of unlawful wealth which is acquired by unlawful means from Islamic legal perspective. The question is whether it is permissible for a Muslim to take benefit from ...
  • THE URGENCY OF ASEAN HUMAN RIGHTS COURT ESTABLISHMENT TO PROTECT HUMAN RIGHTS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA 

    YORDANGUNAWAN; ELVEN, TAREQ MUHAMMAD AZIZ (Faculty of Law & Board of Research, Educational Development and Community Empowerment (LP3M) Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, 2017-04-04)
    The issue of Human Rights enforcement in Southeast Asia has become the serious problem and attracts the attention of international community. Principally, ASEAN has mentioned the Human Rights as one of the focus and be ...
  • THE ROLES OF KPPU ON SUPERVISION OF BUSINESS COMPETITION: A CASE STUDY OF CARTEL DISPUTE SETTLEMENT IN INDONESIA 

    ND, MUKTI FAJAR; SETIAWATI, DIANA (Faculty of Law & Board of Research, Educational Development and Community Empowerment (LP3M) Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, 2017-04-04)
    Since 1999 Indonesia has the Law on Anti-Monopoly and Unfair Business Competition (Indonesian Monopoly Law/IML). Anti-Monopoly and Unfair Business Competition Law provides the roles for the Commission to supervise on any ...
  • THE REPOSITION OF MEDIATION PROCESS IN ISLAMIC ECONOMIC DISPUTE RESOLUTION TROUGH RELIGIOUS COURT AFTER PERMA NO. 1 OF 2016 

    RADLIYAH, NUNUNG; MUSJTARI, DEWI NURUL (Faculty of Law & Board of Research, Educational Development and Community Empowerment (LP3M) Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, 2017-04-04)
    Mediation, as “non-litigation dispute resolution”, becomes a choice for people who expect the dispute settlement process can provide impartial settlement to both the customer and institution of Islamic Finance. In practice, ...
  • THE PROTECTION OF ENDANGERED ANIMALS UNDER INDONESIAN LEGAL SYSTEM: THE CASE OF ILLEGAL POACHING FOR TRADE 

    YOGAR, HANNA NUR AFIFAH; ADIPURNA, MUHAMMAD HARI; NASRULLAH (Faculty of Law & Board of Research, Educational Development and Community Empowerment (LP3M) Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, 2017-04-04)
    As a country with humongous-biodiversity, Indonesia has a great deal of natural resources, consisting of plants and animals. According to World Wildlife Fund (WWF) of Indonesia, Indonesia is estimated has about 20% of ...
  • THE NIGERIAN POLICY ON CRITICAL INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE 

    SAULAWA, MU’AZU ABDULLAHI; AZMI, PROF. IDA MADIEHA ABDUL GHANI; ZULHUDA, DR. SUNNY; ISMAIL, DR. SUZY FADHILAH (Faculty of Law & Board of Research, Educational Development and Community Empowerment (LP3M) Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, 2017-04-04)
    The relevance of critical information infrastructure is crucial to every nation. The National Critical Information Infrastructure (NCII) of Nigeria consists of critical national resources requiring the protection of the ...
  • THE LEGAL AND ECONOMIC RAMIFICATIONS OF APOLOGY IN CIVIL DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROCESS 

    SALEH, MUHAMMAD RIDHWAN; KASSIM, PUTERI NEMIE JAHN (Faculty of Law & Board of Research, Educational Development and Community Empowerment (LP3M) Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, 2017-04-04)
    In recent years, the role of apology in resolving conflicts and preventing litigation has gained much prominence. Particularly, in civil litigation, apology has the potential to promote negotiations, generate settlements ...
  • THE INCONSISTENCY OF SUPREME COURT DECISION TO ANNUL THE ARBITRATRAL AWARD IN INDONESIA 

    FITRIYANTI, FADIA (Faculty of Law & Board of Research, Educational Development and Community Empowerment (LP3M) Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, 2017-04-04)
    This study firstly examines the consideration of the Supreme Court in deciding the annulment of arbitral award both by reason under Article 70 and outside of article 70 Law No 30 of 1999 concerning Arbitration and ...
  • THE IMPORTANCE OF COMPARATÝVE LAW IN LEGAL EDUCATÝON 

    KORKUSUZ, M. REFIK (Faculty of Law & Board of Research, Educational Development and Community Empowerment (LP3M) Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, 2017-04-04)
    In the western countries, the basis of studies of “comparative law” that started in 17th century aims for mutual legal solutions in a way that analyzes and compares the norms of several legal systems. Despite the gradual ...
  • THE IMPLICATIONS OF ASEAN BANKING INTEGRATION FRAMEWORK (ABIF) TO INDONESIA BANKING LAW REFORM 

    ABUBAKAR, LASTUTI; HANDAYANI, TRI (Faculty of Law & Board of Research, Educational Development and Community Empowerment (LP3M) Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, 2017-04-04)
    ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) is the ultimate goal of economic integration. This agreement will make ASEAN into a single market and products based that will make ASEAN more dynamic and competitive. In 2020, ASEAN has ...
  • THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INTERPARTY COALITION-BUILDING IN PRESIDENTIAL DEMOCRACY 

    PRASETYONINGSIH, NANIK (Faculty of Law & Board of Research, Educational Development and Community Empowerment (LP3M) Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, 2017-04-04)
    In democratic systems, political parties compete for support, mobilizing support behind distinct sets of policy proposals and political values. When in power, they seek to implement their vision. In opposition, they ...
  • THE DYNAMICS OF HUMAN RIGHTS ENFORCEMENT IN INDONESIA: A MISCONCEPTION AND POLITICAL CONSIDERATION IN THE FORMULATION OF LAW NUMBER 26 YEAR 2000 ON HUMAN RIGHTS COURT 

    RACHMAN, MUHAMMAD IQBAL; SAHIDHADI (Faculty of Law & Board of Research, Educational Development and Community Empowerment (LP3M) Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, 2017-04-04)
    Grounded on the existing obligations, States are required to provide a guarantee its rights. However, in practical landscape not all countries do with their obligations should be, including Indonesia. One important issue ...
  • THE CHALLENGES TO BUILD THE CULTURE OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN ISLAM 

    SARDI, MARTINUS (Faculty of Law & Board of Research, Educational Development and Community Empowerment (LP3M) Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, 2017-04-04)
    The Muslims world has a problem of accepting Human Rights in Islam, even the Islamic one. The skeptical attitude toward Human Rights in Islam are our awareness, knowledge and implementation in our life. There are many ...
  • THE CAUSES OF TERRORISM IN MALAYSIA 

    ZULKEPLI; BIN, MOHD YAZID (Faculty of Law & Board of Research, Educational Development and Community Empowerment (LP3M) Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, 2017-04-04)
    15 years after the declaration of ‘War on Terror’, terrorist groups have not been stopped and defeated. Instead, unprecedented increase of terrorist attacks occurred worldwide, greatly accelerated by wars and armed ...
  • STRENGTHENING CONSTITUTIONAL DEMOCRACY THROUGH CONSTITUTIONAL ADJUDICATION INSTITUTIONS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN INDONESIA AND AUSTRALIA 

    SATRIAWAN, IWAN; MOKHTAR, KHAIRILAZMIN; ISLAMI, MUHAMMAD NUR; FARRAR, SALIM (Faculty of Law & Board of Research, Educational Development and Community Empowerment (LP3M) Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, 2017-04-04)
    Democracy which gives power to the majority may lead to hegemony of majority which potentially threaten rights of the minority. In response to such threats some scholars have formulated a new paradigm of democracy called ...
  • SECURING THE RIGHT TO LIFE ON THE WAR ON TERROR: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF INDONESIA AND EUROPE 

    PRISCHALISTININGRUM; RIZQIBACHTIAR; MOHFADLI (Faculty of Law & Board of Research, Educational Development and Community Empowerment (LP3M) Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, 2017-04-04)
    This article analysis the adequate protection of the right to life in cases of deaths caused by the use of lethal force, particularly in the effort of preventing terrorism in Indonesia and Europe. Under the European Convention ...
  • SAFEGUARDING PATIENT SAFETY: A NEED TO RE-EXAMINE THE LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF MEDICAL TRAINEES 

    FARHA, NUR; KASSIM, PUTERI NEMIE JAHN (Faculty of Law & Board of Research, Educational Development and Community Empowerment (LP3M) Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, 2017-04-04)
    Although possessing the basic skills of practicing medicine, the post of ‘medical trainees’ are considered to be transitory until they metamorphose into fully qualified medical doctors. Thus, the medical training period ...
  • ROLE OF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION UNDER MALAYSIAN LAND LAW 

    ZIN, MOHD HELMI MAT (Faculty of Law & Board of Research, Educational Development and Community Empowerment (LP3M) Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, 2011-04-04)
    Investigation is a pre-requisite process to the prosecution proceedings. Process of preparation of Investigation Paper (IP) is new to Malaysian Land Administration. The need of IP is vital once the National Land Code ...
  • ROBUST YET FRAGILE: ENACTMENT OF LAW NUMBER 16 OF 2011 TO PROMOTE THE ROLE OF ADVOCATE IN IMPLEMENTING LEGAL AID 

    SUSANTI, LARAS; PANGESTU, BAYU PANJI (Faculty of Law & Board of Research, Educational Development and Community Empowerment (LP3M) Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, 2017-04-04)
    Legal aid is crucial in fulfilling rights to equality before the law. In Indonesia, before 2011, underprivileged citizens may access free charge of trial cost (pro deo) and free charge of lawyer’ fee (pro bono) procedures. The ...
  • REVIEWS JURIDICAL ON FEE ARRANGEMENTS IN BANKRUPTCY CURATOR AFTER THE SUPREME COURT DECISION NO. 54 P/HUM/2013 

    HARTINI, RAHAYU (Faculty of Law & Board of Research, Educational Development and Community Empowerment (LP3M) Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, 2017-04-04)
    Curator plays an important role in bankruptcy, because in the next curator who will be assigned to manage and complete the bankruptcy estate (boedel bankruptcy). In performing its duties guided by the law No. 37 of 2004 ...

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