1. Landless land ownership in Islamic law has several the view between ulama mazhab, but for now which very relevant is applied to the view of the Hanafiyah school and Hanabilah. Landless land ownership in Islam can owned by utilizing the land with
managing land as intended. When used as agricultural land, the land must be fenced off, made irrigation canals, planted with productive crops. If the land is used for buildings, it must be made building on the land. An absolute requirement in land ownership no man's land is a permit from the government and no man's land or abandoned can be owned by citizens who reside in a region.
2. Indonesian agrarian law does not recognize no man's land
as contained in Islamic law, but land is not
bertuan in the meaning of abandoned land found in law positive indonesia. The abandoned land is called the term land reserve for the State (TCUN). TCUN ownership obtained in the Decree of the Head of the National Land Agency. Number 5 in 2011, the procedure is as follows:
a. Make a request letter to the Regional Office of the National Land Agency about the existence TCUN. The letter is well addressed by the community, the agency law and society in collaboration with legal entities. Legal entities and legal entities work together with agencies the business must be submitted a proposal and an accident test carried out by special committee formed with the National Team of the Republic of Indonesia National Land Agency.
b. The issuance of a decision letter by the Republic of Indonesia BPN regarding ownership. TCUN land for both the community, legal entities and the community working with legal entities.
c. Reporting conducted by the Regional Office of the National Land Agency to the Indonesian National Land Agency cq. National Team about TCUN activities that have been owned. Report This is done monthly, quarterly and annually.
The "No man's land" is actually a common term for the land that is really not occupied or a land that is under some disputes between some parties that will actually not occupy the land because of fear or an uncertainty....
The term "no mans land" was originally often used to actually define an actual contested territory or an actual dumping ground for refuse between the fiefdoms. ..
It was most commonly associated or related to/with the First World War to actually describe the specific area of land that is between two enemy trenches that neither of the parties wishes to really openly move on or actually take control of due to the fear of actually being attacked by their enemy in the process....