Omnibus Law Journal <table border="0"> <tbody> <tr> <td width="70%"> <p align="justify"><strong>Omnibus Law Journal (OLJ)</strong> is an accessible and openly processed legal journal affiliated with the&nbsp;<em><strong>Faculty of Law, Universitas Muhammadiyah Palu</strong></em>, published by <strong><em>Faculty Of Law </em></strong><em><strong>Universitas Muhammadiyah Palu,&nbsp;</strong></em>The journal aims to become a medium for legal scholars and practitioners to contribute their ideas resulting from legal research and conceptual articles for public dissemination to develop Indonesian law. This journal is published with full articles in the current issue, twice a year, in <strong>June</strong> and <strong>December</strong>. We appreciate the novelty and findings of the authors. This journal publishes every article that has gone through the entire process and publication package. The scope of the article starts from legal issues in the fields of constitutional law, administrative law, criminal law, civil law, international law, comparative law, and jurisprudence. This journal accepts articles in english lenguage according to the template provided.</p> </td> <td><img src="" width="20" height="20"></td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <p><strong>e-ISSN: 2808-4063 : p-ISSN : 2808-4403</strong>- <strong>Publisher:&nbsp;Faculty of Law, Muhammadiyah University of Palu</strong></p> en-US (Muliadi) (Iman U Bogodad) Mon, 11 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0700 OJS 60 IMPLEMENTATION OF PROFIT SHARING AGREEMENT FOR INLAND FISHERY PRODUCT BETWEEN PONDS OWNERS AND CULTIVATORS <p>South Banawa District is one of the sub-districts in the Donggala Regency which has aquaculture land, although only a small part of the land is technically managed but has produced thousands of tons of shrimp and milkfish every year, this can happen because South Banawa District is a an area that has an area consisting of mountains, rice fields, aquaculture and the sea. The occurrence of an agreement for land fishery products sharing, in Banawa District, because on the one hand the pond owners do not have time to manage their ponds, there are even pond owners who do not have expertise in the field of ponds and on the other hand there are cultivators who do not have ponds, but they have expertise in that field. This is indeed quite reasonable, because it has become an undeniable reality that not all cultivators have land to manage in order to meet the needs of living with their families. In fact, many of the farmers had no land or ponds to cultivate at all. Considering that the fisheries business is complex, the overall regulatory effort will have a positive impact on the development of the fishery business itself.</p> Irmawati Ambo, Andi Purnawati Copyright (c) 2021 Omnibus Law Journal Sun, 26 Sep 2021 10:59:14 +0700 DISPUTE RESOLUTION OF DESTROYED MORTGAGE GUARANTEE (Case Study of Petobo Village, South Palu District, Palu City) <p>This study aims to determine the legal status of the destroyed mortgage object and to determine the dispute over the destroyed mortgage object. The research method used in this paper is the empirical normative method and qualitative data analysis. The results of this study are when a liquefaction disaster causes the object of the mortgage to be destroyed, the debtor's responsibility ends when the object of the mortgage is destroyed as regulated in Law Number 5 of 1960 article 27 b, the Mortgage Law, the abolition of property rights if the land is destroyed. and Creditors in handling or providing solutions to disputes over the destruction of the object of mortgage guarantee, namely the granting of relaxation or delay by the State Savings Bank. Suggestion, It is better for the government as soon as possible to make a policy for the sake of legal stability again in order to create legal certainty related to the dispute. And the creditor should make a rule which relates to the settlement of disputes over collateral objects that were destroyed due to liquefaction after the previous relaxation policy so that in the future this can be a guide or reference by the parties concerned easily without any hesitation with the existence of legal certainty.</p> Maisa Maisa, Haerani Husaniy Copyright (c) 2021 Omnibus Law Journal Wed, 06 Oct 2021 00:00:00 +0700 THE EFFECT OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC INVESTMENTS ON THE EMPLOYMENT AVAILABILITY IN INDONESIA <p>Investment in developed countries is one of the things that is taken into account for the economic development of the country. Therefore, the state/government has a reason to regulate the dynamics of investment. The presence of investors in Indonesia is one of the important factors in the development of the national economy, it has been proven that many industries and companies have used this institution as a medium to absorb investment and the media to strengthen their financial position. Investment itself is all forms of investment activities, both by domestic investors and foreign investors or better known as PMA. The activity itself uses funds originating from these investors into economic activities. In Law Number 25 of 2007 concerning Investments The existence of investors in Indonesia is one of the important factors in the development of the national economy, it has been proven that many industries and companies have used this institution as a medium to absorb investment and the media to strengthen their financial position. If these companies can expand, the availability of job opportunities will be even wider. Given, these companies will certainly get enough capital to buy supporting production activities. Not only that, these companies will certainly need workers because the scale of production activities is getting bigger. Therefore, this paper intends to identify the effect of the capital market on job availability in Indonesia.</p> <p><strong>Keywords:</strong> foreign, domestic, investment, employment</p> Steven Steven Copyright (c) 2021 Omnibus Law Journal Mon, 11 Oct 2021 13:37:07 +0700 LEGAL POLICY OF GIVING MEDICINE FOR HEALTHCARE INSURANCE RECIPIENTS IN JUSTICE-BASED HOSPITALS <p>Legal policies that prioritize the values of justice will bring prosperity. In health services, the values of justice should also be applied, especially for those who are the healthcare insurance recipients. There is no longer any neglect service of providing medicines for patients, especially patients who receive healthcare insurance at the hospital, therefore it is necessary to apply more supervision to health workers. So that in the future all problems related to medicine delivery services for healthcare insurance recipients at hospitals can be carried out properly and without discrimination. When talking about legal policies in health services, the regulations that have been made should lead to how the community, especially the poor and the underprivileged, in this case, is the healthcare insurance recipients (PBI) must get services that are fair and without any discrimination. And to avoid losses that will have an impact on both parties, both the hospital as the provider of health services and the patient as the recipient of health services, so that there is no civil lawsuit.</p> Muhamad Rizki Syafaat Copyright (c) 2021 Omnibus Law Journal Mon, 11 Oct 2021 13:50:24 +0700 APPLYING THE PRESUMPTION OF INNOCENCE PRINCIPLE AGAINST SHOOTING ON-SIGHT BY THE POLICE IN POSO REGENCY <p>The Presumption of innocent principle is one of the principles regulated in criminal procedural law which in general explanation number 3 letter c the Presumption of innocent principle in its implementation is often clashed with a policy of shooting on sight as happened in the case of shooting at the victim's place named Qidam Alfariski Mofance, a resident of the village, Tambarana, Poso Regency, Central Sulawesi Province. The problem that will be discussed in this paper is how to apply this principle to the act of shooting on sight by the Police in the perspective of law enforcement and accountability. The method in this research is empirical normative juridical. Sources and types of data used are primary, secondary and tertiary data. Based on the results of the author's research, it can be seen that the application of the Persumption of innocence principleagainst the shooting on sight to Qidam Alfariski Mofance is an act of violation of law and human rights if the intent of the crime is not known</p> Kaharuddin Syah, Samsuria Samsuria Copyright (c) 2021 Omnibus Law Journal Mon, 11 Oct 2021 18:04:49 +0700