http://journal.civiliza.org/index.php/rechtsvinding/issue/feed Rechtsvinding 2024-05-30T09:47:41+00:00 Afni Ma'rufah civilizapub@gmail.com Open Journal Systems <p>This journal is published by the Civiliza Publishing twice a year (June and December). The presence of the Rechtsvinding journal accommodates scientific writings from the academic community, researchers, students, and practices in Islamic law and law that have good values ​​and high rationality. The scope of the discussion includes legal science, civil law, criminal law, constitutional law, business law, state administrative law, family law, Islamic politics, muamalah, and Islamic social institutions.</p> http://journal.civiliza.org/index.php/rechtsvinding/article/view/350 Pemberian Perlindungan Hukum terhadap Pemegang Polis Asuransi dalam Peraturan Perundang-undangan di Indonesia 2024-05-10T09:39:35+00:00 Feby Dian Nurrahayu febydiannurrahayu00@gmail.com <p>Insurance has become a popular investment vehicle due to its offering of certainty and assurance. One common issue faced by policyholders is the difficulty in receiving intermittent reimbursements for specific payments, whereas the primary objective of a policyholder or any party involved in an insurance agreement is to receive compensation when the insured object experiences an unexpected event. Normative legal research methodology is employed as an approach in composing this writing, relying on legal materials obtained through literature research, which includes primary and secondary legal materials. Primary legal sources refer to statutory regulations relevant to the discussion material, while secondary legal sources involve various legal literature and other law-related sources such as legal dictionaries. It can be concluded that legally, an individual possessing an insurance policy holds the position of the insured party entitled to receive premium payments. This is aimed at providing compensation for losses, damages, or potential profit losses that may occur due to an unpredictable event. Individuals holding important roles as insurance policyholders, undoubtedly bound to the insurance company through their insurance agreement, are entitled to legal protection in various legal matters, particularly considering that the majority of insurance policy shareholders are individuals with vulnerable economic conditions. Therefore, several regulations are designed to provide more intensive attention and legal protection to insurance policyholders, preventing potential legal violations that may occur from insurance company entities. This concise abstract falls within the range of 150-200 words and is crafted in academic English.</p> 2024-05-12T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Feby Dian Nurrahayu http://journal.civiliza.org/index.php/rechtsvinding/article/view/355 TNI AL Authority as Maritime Crime Investigator in Securing Indonesian Waters 2024-05-30T09:47:41+00:00 Irwan Triadi irwantriadi1@yahoo.com Muhammad Fadhil Ardian fadhil.ardi07@gmail.com <p>This article aims to determine the authority of the Indonesian Navy as investigators of criminal offenses at sea, in line with their role in law enforcement in Indonesian waters. It examines the constraints faced by the Navy in law enforcement efforts and explores government measures to streamline these duties. The research method is normative legal research, which includes collecting, processing, and analyzing legal materials. The descriptive nature of this study connects factors with statutory regulations, theories, and expert opinions. A normative juridical approach is utilized, focusing on literature examination. The research concludes that the Indonesian Navy's authority as investigators in securing Indonesian waters is attributive, inherent to their office. From a constitutional law perspective, this attribution reflects the power of government organs to operate based on authority established by lawmakers, grounded in the constitution or legislation. According to the Law of the Republic of Indonesia Number 34 Year 2004 on the Indonesian National Armed Forces, Article 9, the Navy's role as law enforcement and security officers in Indonesian waters is hampered by unclear regulations. The Navy lacks authority to investigate all legal violations at sea, leading to overlapping law enforcement due to conflicting regulations that grant attributive authority.</p> 2024-05-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Irwan Triadi, Muhammad Fadhil Ardian