FULL SYSTEMATIC LAND REGISTRATION PROCEDURE (PTSL) IN DENPASAR CITY LAND OFFICE
The problem described in this study is about how the procedure for Complete Systematic Land Registration (PTSL) at the Denpasar City Land Office is and how is the implementation of Complete Systematic Land Registration (PTSL) at the Denpasar City Land Office. The research method used in this thesis is the type of empirical research, namely research that conducts observations and conducts research directly into the field in this case, namely at the Denpasar City Land Office. The results of the research are the procedures for implementing the Complete Systematic Land Registration (PTSL) program carried out by the Denpasar City Land Office including (a) planning and preparation, (b) determining the location of activities, (c) formation and determination of the adjudication committee, (d) conducting counseling activities, (e) collecting physical data and juridical data on land parcels, (f) researching juridical data and proof of rights, (g) announcement of physical data and juridical data and their ratification, (h) issuance of a decision on affirmation/recognition of land rights, (i) bookkeeping of rights, (j) issuance and submission of land rights certificates, (k) processing of paperwork or documents and (l) reporting. Implementation of the Complete Systematic Land Registration (PTSL) carried out by the Denpasar City Land Office, namely when viewed from standard indicators and policy targets, human resources, communication between organizations, characteristics of implementing agents, social, economic and political conditions have been going well, This is evidenced by the fact that 12,607 plots of land have been certified and have been mapped, even if the Denpasar City Government is planning development, it can be seen from the land registration map to the number of land parcels owned. Maps are displayed online.
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