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Research Paper | Law | Indonesia | Volume 7 Issue 2, February 2018
Legal Consequences Embedded on the Charity Institution Due to Uncompleted Synchronization Based on Constitution Number 28 Year 2014
Dr. Rusdianto Sesung S.H. M.H.  | Muhammad Iqbal S.H.
Abstract: The purpose of the study is to analyze how Ratio Legis on chapter 15A Government Rule No.2 year 2013, the study also try to reveal the impact of the corresponding institution when they do not do synchronization. The normative methodology is used to collect the data within the constitution and conceptual approach. The data collection technique used in this study is by managing the primer law resources, secondary, and tarsier. The collected data is then going to be collected based on the corresponding law issues. The result of the study shows that, Ratio Legis based on constitution number 15A Government Rule number 12 year 2013, against another constitution, chapter 71 about Charity Institution that creates another normative conflict which does not meet any excuse nor purpose of the corresponding constitution. As a result, any activities of the institution will be considered as illegal for the sake of law continuity. Thus, on the unsynchronized institution, this phenomenon would make the institution will be dismissed, although there is another weaker law that does not give much impact on the previous constitution.
Keywords: Law Impact, Charity Institution, Constitution
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 2, February 2018,
Pages: 61 - 66
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