Optimization of Justice Institutions in Cancellation of Sharia Arbitration Decisions

Munira Hamzah, Arfin Hamid, Famauri A. Tenri

Abstract


This study aims to examine and analyze the role of the judiciary in the cancellation of the Sharia Arbitration award as an alternative settlement of sharia economic disputes. This research uses a type of normative legal research and a law and conceptual approach. The data obtained both primary and secondary data are then analyzed using qualitative descriptive methods. The results of the analysis show that the judiciary has the authority to adjudicate requests to cancel the Sharia Arbitration decision, namely the Religious Courts as a forum that represents Islamic justice in Indonesia. With this authority granted, the Religious Courts have the authority to examine at the same time the substance of the reasons for canceling the Sharia Arbitration award which is included in a criminal act which, in general terms, is the authority of the District Court. Therefore, it is necessary to have an arrangement that reinforces the authority of the Religious Court in canceling the Sharia Arbitration award so that it can more effectively support the enforcement of the sharia economy.

Keywords


Sharia Arbitration; Justice; Islamic Economics; Cancellation of Decision

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