BENEFITS OF THE UTILIZATION OF COASTAL AREA JUSTICE BASED
Keywords:Partisanship, Utilization, Coastal, Justice
This study aims to analyze theoretically regarding the Use of Fairness-Based Coastal Areas. The problems that arise regarding the implications of taking sides in the use of coastal areas in the jurisdiction of the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia are based on justice.
This study uses a normative legal research method, which examines the problem of taking sides in the use of coastal areas regulated in the relevant legislation. Prescriptive nature of research. By using the statutory approach (Statute Approach), the Conceptual Approach. The theory that the author uses, namely: Welfare State Theory and Justice Theory.
In practice the policy on the use of coastal areas has several legal rules that have not been implemented properly because they are about to be realized, but in the aspect of the legal instruments used, they have not answered various challenges and problems based on rules that are not fully in favor of the community.
The findings of this study are that the State's alignment with foreigners in the use of coastal areas has an impact on the loss of justice rights for indigenous / traditional communities that are hereditary. Development in coastal areas must ensure legal protection in the fair and sustainable use of marine resources for nature and indigenous peoples.