What Is Adjudication?
Adjudication is a way of resolving problems between two parties in conflict with the presence of a third person as a mediator. In general, conflicts between two parties that have problems are resolved outside the court, whereas other methods of resolution outside the court are commonly known as arbitration. Where the Indonesian National Arbitration Agency (BANI) as the container.
Meanwhile, adjudication is a way to resolve the problem between the two warring parties outside the two ways above. Two parties who solve problems with adjudication must appoint a third party; which is called adjudicator as a medium. This adjudicator is a person who will be the mediator to solve the disputed problem.
How Adjudication Works
Almost the same as how to solve problems through the court, how to solve problems through adjudication is to collect truth data, both physical data and juridical data which will later become joint decisions in solving problems.
One of the advantages of resolving conflicts through adjudication is that decisions made are binding and based on law. Both parties must comply with the decisions of the adjudicator. This is very good to prevent the recurrence of the same conflict.
Adjudication in Land Affairs
In matters of land, adjudication has another meaning. This term is used in land registration. Thus, adjudication in matters of land registration includes physical and juridical data collection activities on the land that is the object.
Adjudication in Banking
In banking matters, both parties to the dispute can solve the problem with adjudication. One example of how to resolve it is through the Alternative Indonesian Banking Dispute Resolution Institute (LAPSPI). The agency provides a way to resolve banking disputes through adjudication. Of course, the problems handled by LAPSPI take care of all disputes related to banking matters.