Ratio Legis of the Execution Regulation of Administrative Court Decisions in Article 116 of Law Number 51 Year 2009

Syofyan Hadi, Sudarsono Sudarsono, Istislam Istislam, Moh. Fadli


The execution of the Administrative Court decision is regulated in Article 116 of Law Number 51Year 2009. Ratio legis of Article 116 of Law Number 51 Year 2009 are (1) respect for Administrative Court decisions by requiring government officials to execute and be subjected coercive measures if they do not carry out their obligations, and (2) involving the President and the representative institutions to
make the Administrative Court decisions effective. However, the ratio legis is not reflected in the formulation of norms, so that resulting an incomplete execution regulation. It has implications that Administrative Court decisions is not executed by government officials.


Execution; Decision; Administrative Court; Ratio Legis

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18415/ijmmu.v7i2.1471


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