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Community perception on Larasita program and the impact to the land registration and land adjudication process in Tirtomulyo and Donotirto village Bantul

Agrarini, Dyah Lestari (2011) Community perception on Larasita program and the impact to the land registration and land adjudication process in Tirtomulyo and Donotirto village Bantul.

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Abstract:Land registration process is a problem in Indonesia. The common community faced in land registration is a difficulties access to the registration services such as lack of information, transportation cost and other significant budgets have to pay( paying illegal land broker), and insufficient government services in land registration. Through the Larasita program the government‘s aims to increase the public trust in land registration by making easier and cheaper for local villagers to register their land. The approaches for collecting data information to obtain the purpose of this research were questioners, interview and desk research. Two villages, Tirtomulyo village and Donotirto village at Kretek sub-district Bantul district, are chosen as study area in this research. The questionnaires are designed into multiple and open questions. The questionnaires were focused on the village community, head of village and land officer. The questionnaires were used to collect primary data are household survey, questionnaires, and interviews and field observation. Village community questionnaire asked directly to the villagers face to face through interview by helping of Dukuh in the village. Secondary data were collected from the document and literature. The processes of the data were used descriptive statistical methods. The socioeconomic factors, such as age, education and income have influence on the acceptance of Larasita program in the study area. Age and education are influence in the way people understanding of Larasita. Income influences the willingness of villagers to register their land. Process on land registration was clear for the community. The process for understanding of registration process and procedure is by supporting of Dukuh and village officer. Access to information gives a contribution to build public trust in the community. The clear information in registration through Larasita gives knowledge to the community. The information is going announced by land office through Larasita coordinator, village officer and the important actor is Dukuh as head of the community. Expectation benefit of Larasita: the main benefit that community expects from land registration is secure of land. The benefit of Larasita could understand well by village community, they realize the importance to register their land by listing the benefit of registration. At trustworthiness, the communities are satisfied with the correctness of certificate, satisfy with field investigation and field survey on adjudication process, and equal service to the village community. Due to this reason the Larasita is trusted of the community and the satisfaction of the Larasita service as trustworthiness. The finding concluded that Dukuh plays intermediate role between the officer and the community in one way. The other way, Dukuh is the only trusted person in the community and also as a passage point for accessing from the community trusted to the land local office through Larasita. The Dukuh strengthen the connection between Larasita and village community. Even though is immature to say that Larasita is success to build public trust in the community. It needs a research to do for huge territory to have a comparison with other region on Larasita program; even on the other region has different case on facing Larasita program. Key word: Land registration, community perception, trust
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Faculty:ITC: Faculty of Geo-information Science and Earth Observation
Programme:Geoinformation Science and Earth Observation MSc (75014)
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