Ken Safira, Zainal Asikin, Aris Munandar


This study aims to understand the reasons for registering a will deed to the Property and Heritage Agency (Balai Harta Peninggalan / BHP) and find out the reasons why a will must be registered to the Property and Heritage Agency and the sanctions received by the Notary as well as the form of responsibility of the Notary if he does not register a will to the Property and Heritage Agency. This research is focused on normative legal research, which essentially examines laws that are conceptualized as norms or rules that apply in society and become a reference for everyone's behavior. The research approaches used include the statutory approach and the conceptual approach. The conclusion in this study is that the purpose of registering a will to the Property and Heritage Agency is a form of announcement so that later when the testator dies, the heirs and testament recipients know that there is a will that has been made by the testator during his lifetime. For a Notary who does not carry out his obligations to register and report a will to the Property and Heritage Agency may be subject to sanctions in the form of a written warning, temporary dismissal, honorable discharge or dishonorable discharge. For those who feel they have suffered a loss, they have the right to demand reimbursement of costs or compensation to a Notary through the courts.

Keywords: Will Deed, Property and Heritage Agency, Heirs

DOI: 10.7176/JLPG/114-06

Publication date:October 31st 2021

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