FOREST AND LAND BURN : STUDY OF PANGKALANBUN STATE COURT JURISDICTION STUDY NUMBER : 233/PID.B/LH/2020/PNPBU

Authors

  • Karli H Kalianda Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Hukum (STIH) Sultan Adam
  • Seven Febrina Lumbantobing Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Hukum (STIH) Sultan Adam
  • Triatmoko Agung Wirawan Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Hukum (STIH) Sultan Adam
  • Ahmad Yasin Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Hukum (STIH) Sultan Adam
  • Gt. Yoeslian Noor Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Hukum (STIH) Sultan Adam
  • Edu Marpaung Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Hukum (STIH) Sultan Adam

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.48171/jwh.v3i2.69

Abstract

This study aims to analyze the regulation of forest and land burning, and the basis for consideration of corporate criminal responsibility in environmental crimes in the PangkalanBun District Court Decision Number: 233/Pid.B/LH/2020/PNPBU. The phenomenon of forest fires carried out by companies and civilians to clear plantations or mining areas that cause air pollution and explore the regulations and criminal sanctions of forest and land burning as a form of environmental crime, as well as analyze the legal consequences of laws related to forest burning and land.

Therefore, the author conducted a normative-empirical research analyzing legal materials and descriptive qualitative data obtained from the results of the literature and questionnaires related to cases against the community regarding the impact of forest and land burning, and analyzing related concepts and theories so that conclusions can be drawn. The author's findings that the defendant corporate PT. Kumai Sentosa is the most disadvantaged party in the land burning case, so there is no intentional element to burn the land because it is included in the force majeure category which is a legal reason as an exception to the occurrence of consequences.

Published

2022-11-25

How to Cite

Kalianda, K. H., Lumbantobing, S. F., Wirawan, T. A., Yasin, A., Noor, G. Y., & Marpaung, E. (2022). FOREST AND LAND BURN : STUDY OF PANGKALANBUN STATE COURT JURISDICTION STUDY NUMBER : 233/PID.B/LH/2020/PNPBU. DE JURE Critical Laws Journal, 3(2), 84–97. https://doi.org/10.48171/jwh.v3i2.69