Strength of Evidence of Notarial Deed in the Perspective of Cyber Notary in Indonesia

Tegas Hari Krisyanto, Zainul Daulay, Benny Beatrix

Abstract


The objective of this study is to determine the opportunities, constraints and strength of evidence of notarial deed in the perspective of Cyber Notary in Indonesia. This study applies a normative juridical method using a conceptual and statute approaches. The results of the study found that a) the opportunity to implement Cyber Notary based on Law on Notary Position Amendment and Law on Information and Electronic Transactions turned out to face obstacles that actually originated from the provisions of the Law itself. This mainly concerns the procedure for the formality of notarial deed making whose form must be in accordance with the provisions of the Law (Law on Notary Position Amendment, Law on Information and Electronic Transactions, and Civil Code). It also concerns the obligation and necessity to hold face-to-face interactions between notary and appearer, to read the deed before the appearers who are at least attended by 2 (two) witnesses, and to sign the deed directly before a notary and appearer and b) the strength of evidence of deed resulting from this Cyber Notary product does not have perfect evidence like an authentic deed. Violations of the provisions of the Law (Law on Notary Position Amendment and Civil Code) resulted in the degradation of the value of evidence of the deed; i.e. it becomes equivalent to private deed. However, the implementation of Cyber Notary is certainly possible by making changes to the relevant legal regulations and the development of supporting infrastructure and adequate electronic systems.


Keywords


Authentic Deed; Cyber Notary; Strength of Evidence

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18415/ijmmu.v6i3.906

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