Sub Tema: Islamic Law Analysis Of The Role Of Kua In Promoting Acceleration of Wakf Certificates in Indonesia

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Moch Chotib


Waqf provides great benefits for the whole community if it can be managed properly. However, waqf practices that occur in people's lives have not fully run in an orderly and efficient manner, causing various cases of waqf land in the community. Implementation of waqf land registration It is very much needed in order to provide legal certainty guarantees and the waqf can run productively. Data from the Ministry of Religion of Ponorogo as of August 2021, it was recorded that 1,247 ha were certified, 3985 ha had not been certified or around 76.19% had not been certified. Then from the Ministry of Religion in Jember until August 2021, it was recorded, 278 Ha had been certified and 1978 Ha had been certified not certified, or recorded 88% not certified. Overall in Indonesia the latest data until 2021, there are about 56% of waqf land in Indonesia yet certified waqf. This shows the role of the head of the District Office of Religious Affairs as a Waqf Pledge Deed Official (PPAIW) is important in the implementation of Waqf Land Certification to prevent land disputes in the future. So can explain the problem, namely how the role of the head of KUA as PPAIW in the certification of waqf land administration? And how are the policies taken? by KUA to increase public awareness. How to manage waqf certificates? The purpose of this research is to find out the role of the Office of Religion (KUA) in encouraging the community to increase legal awareness on the importance of waqf certificates, so as to prevent disputes from occurring with waqf land and the use of waqf land is more productive. This research uses a normative juridical approach and related theories. Specification The research used in this research is descriptive-analytical.

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CHOTIB, Moch. Sub Tema: Islamic Law Analysis Of The Role Of Kua In Promoting Acceleration of Wakf Certificates in Indonesia. Proceeding of International Conference on Islamic Law, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 1, p. 54-73, mar. 2022. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 13 july 2024.