Effectiveness of Government Regulation Concerning Ownership of Residential Housing in Badung District

I Wayan Rasmawan


This study entitled The Effectiveness of Government Regulations Regarding Foreign Residential Housing Ownership in Badung Regency. The reason for choosing this title is to empirically examine the implementation of Government Regulation Number 103 of 2015 concerning Housing Ownership / Residential by foreigners, especially in Badung Regency. Starting from the title of the research, the problem can be formulated as follows: (1) Do foreigners who have a house / residence in Badung Regency obey and follow the provisions stipulated in the Government Regulation. Number. 103 of 2015? (2) What factors affect the effectiveness of the implementation of Government Regulation No. 103/2015, especially in BadungRegency.The results of the study stated that the majority of government officials, the public, especially landowners and foreigners, were not aware of Government Regulation Number 103 of 2015 concerning the ownership of residential houses by foreigners on use rights land. Therefore, it can be concluded that the Government Regulation is not effective, especially in Badung Regency because foreigners prefer to choose lease rights or ownership rights by way of addressing Indonesians (Nominees) and then build houses / dwellings with consideration of cheaper land rent prices, the process is simple and the timeframe adjusted to the wishes of foreigners themselves to the landowners.

Keywords: Effectiveness, Foreigners, Nominees

DOI: 10.7176/JLPG/94-03

Publication date: February 29th 2020

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