Pengaturan Badan Usaha Milik Desa Ditinjau Dari Perspektif Sistem Hukum di Indonesia dan Malaysia

Published: 10 July 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/dfx2crvv9j.1
, Pardomuan Gultom


Villages as legal entities in Indonesia have more authority to regulate and manage their territorial affairs autonomously, one of which is to form Village-Owned Enterprises (BUMDes) which are pillars of village economic activities that function as social institutions that favor the interests of the community in providing social services and carrying out commercial functions with the aim of seeking profit through the offering of goods and services to the market. This study examines two things, firstly how to regulate BUMDes in Indonesian laws and regulations, and secondly how to regulate village/village-based business units (Social Entreprise) according to the Malaysian legal system. This research uses juridical-normative methods with a statutory approach. This study concluded that although BUMDes in Indonesia and village-based business units in Malaysia have the same goal in principle, namely the economic empowerment of rural communities, these two business units have formal legal differences. This is due to the different legal systems of the two countries, namely Indonesia with the Civil Law system and Malaysia with the Common Law system.



Universitas Tama Jagakarsa, Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Hukum Graha Kirana


Law, Comparative Law, Legal System, Indonesia, Malaysia, Village