Horizontal Consistency of the Settings of the Exception in Carrying Out a Notary’s Official Pledge
Article 17 Law no. 8 of 2010 on Prevention and Eradication of Money Laundering Criminal Act (“LPEMLCA”) in conjunction with article 3 letter b. Government Regulations No. 43 of 2015 on Complainant in the Prevention and Eradication of Money Laundering Criminal Act (‘GR No. 43/2015’); it is obligatory for a notary to give reports. Article 4 paragraph (2) Law no. 30 of 2004 on Position of Notary (“LPN”) in conjunction with article 16 paragraph (1) letter f Law No. 2 of 2014 on Changes to the Law of 2004 on Position of Notary (‘L No. 2/2014’), it is stated that a notary must keep everything about a deed. The research uses the normative law research method based on the principle of lex specialis derogat legi generali; Article 17 LPEMLCA in conjunction with article 3 letter b. GR No. 43/2015 as the specific law disregards article 4 paragraph (2) in the third paragraph of L PN in conjunction with article 16 paragraph (1) letter f Law No. 2/2014 as the general law. Legal protection for a notary can be found in article 28 in conjunction with article 29 Law PEMLCA.
Agus Setiawan is a Student of Doctoral Program of Law at Parahyangan Catholic University.