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The Government of the Republic of Indonesia has a structured legal basis from the administration of government from the center to the administration of regional government. The regional governmental corridor also has structured sections and the village is basically the lowest element of government which deals directly with the people. Apart from that, the service of public interest in the village is an obligation that has been mandated by the constitution to the government to realize public welfare. Regulations regarding the Customary Law Community are placed as part of the regulation on Regional Government. The formulation of the problem in this thesis is about whether the legal basis of customary village officers in conducting levies on tirta tourism entrepreneurs, and how is the responsibility of the customary village for the role of customary village officers who are caught in the operation of catching illegal levies.
The research method that I use is an empirical type of research with the aim of this research is to find out the role of customary village prajuru in carrying out awig-awig related to illegal levies with empirical type based on data collection techniques by interviewing those who are competent using receptio in complexu theory in the concept the rule of law to study the phenomena that occur. The government in its task of suppressing illegal levies or illegal levies forms the Wild Sweeping Clean Sweep Task Force established in accordance with the mandate of Presidential Regulation Number 87 Year 2016 concerning the Wild Sweeping Clean Sweep Task Force.
The legal basis for customary village prajuru in conducting levies on businessmen is awig - awig and perarem adat villages which are recognized in article 18B paragraph (2) of the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia. In addition, the provisions of Law No. 6 of 2014 which spells out the recognition of traditional rights and rights of origin and which are strengthened by the Provincial Regulation of Bali Province Number 4 of 2019 concerning Customary Villages in Bali. The responsibility of the customary village towards customary village officers who are involved in the problem of illegal hand-catching operations that occur in the Tirta tourism in the Tanjung Benoa area is to propose a social and material defense by providing support for an agreement to use the customary village funds in seeking defense in the ongoing legal process.
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Laws and regulations
The 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia.
Republic of Indonesia Law Number 6 of 2014 concerning Villages
Presidential Regulation Number 87 of 2016 concerning the Wild Sweeping Clean Sweeping Task Force
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