The Existance Of Indigenous Legal Community Rights And The Position In Indonesia Legal System

William Hendrik Reba

Abstract


This study aims to determine to The Existance Of Indigenous Legal Community Rights And The Position In Indonesia Legal System. This research was a normative research in the form of the research on the legal principles, data were collected throught the library research in the form of the primary, secondary and tertiary legal materials, all the data were analysed qualitatively. The research result indicates  that. The existence or existence of customary rights (traditional rights) of indigenous peoples is still evident in the existence of communities in Indonesia. The customary rights of indigenous and tribal peoples are still recognized in the Indonesian legal system, this can be seen in the regulations in the applicable laws and regulations in Indonesia.

Keywords


Existance; Indigenous People; Legal System.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31957/plj.v0i0.620

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