LEGAL PROTECTION FOR PARKING SERVICE USERS KAPUAS REGIONAL REGULATION NUMBER 2 OF 2010 CONCERNING RETRIBUTION OF PARKING SERVICES AT THE EDGE OF THE PUBLIC
The purpose of this study is to find the concept of the substance of the rules that do not harm the community from minor mistakes that are made repeatedly every day, without a good and clear solution, as well as the duties and roles of the Regional Government and related institutions in making it safe and comfortable for parking service users. in Kapuas Regency.
The research carried out was normative legal research, namely research on the principles of law and the prevailing positive legal doctrine. performed analytically inductively. The process starts from premises in the form of known positive legal norms and ends with the discovery of legal principles and then doctrines. In this case, examining the legal norms in positive law using the statutory approach (Statute approach) which still needs to be rearranged, especially regarding the juridical consequences of the application of Kapuas District Regulation No. 2 of 2010 concerning Parking Service Retribution on the Side of Public Roads. In addition, this study uses a conceptual approach to examine existing problems by describing them as a comparison to the concepts contained in
articles of legislation.
Research Findings This is a business actor in the parking service business, both government-owned and private, who tries to shift the burden of responsibility to consumers for loss or damage to vehicles or consumer valuables in the parking lot managed by them. Of course this is contrary to Law No. 8 of 1999 concerning Consumer Protection.
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