CUSTOMARY COURT AS ALTERNATIVE TO SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTE IN SOUTH SULAWESI

Andika Prawira Buana -  Faculty of Law, Universitas Muslim Indonesia, Indonesia
*Hardianto Djanggih -  Faculty of Law, Universitas Tompotika Luwuk Banggai, Indonesia
Received: 15 Sep 2018; Published: 30 Oct 2018.
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Abstract
Customary court is a process conducted in connection with the duty to examine, to adjudicate and to decide a case in the community, which has long ago become a means to seek for justice. Customary court aims at returning broken order resulted from existing dispute. This research mainly focuses on how the essence of customary court in South Sulawesi is and how customary court serves to settle dispute in South Sulawesi. Employing socio-legal method, the research results explain that the Customary court in South Sulawesi has no longer been relied on in settlement of disputes existing in the community as the result of modern court domination.
Keywords
Customary Court, Settlement of Dispute, South Sulawesi

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