Adat Court Vs Syar’iyah Court: Study of the Legal Culture of Aceh Communities Completing the Khalwat Cases
Yusrizal1, Mukhlis2, Nanda Amalia3

1Yusrizal, Lacturer, Faculty of Law, University of Malikussaleh, Aceh  Indonesia.
2Mukhlis, Lacturer, Faculty of Law, University of Malikussaleh, Aceh Indonesia.
3Nanda Amalia, Lacturer, Faculty of Law, University of Malikussaleh, Aceh Indonesia.
Manuscript received on 09 May 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 19 May 2019 | Manuscript Published on 23 May 2019 | PP: 1367-1370 | Volume-7 Issue-6S5 April 2019 | Retrieval Number: F12390476S519/2019©BEIESP
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Abstract: This study found that structurally there was a lack of clarity about legal institutions and institutions, their police, judges, prosecutors and their lawyers and judges in the adat court. All of that must be arranged in a systemic structure. Substantially seen, it creates uncertainty about how the rules are, whether they have fulfilled a sense of justice, are not discriminatory, responsive or not. So it is necessary to rearrange the material of the legislation. In a legal culture, it is necessary to focus on efforts to establish community legal awareness, shape public understanding of the law, and provide legal services to the community in the case of resolving khalwat cases.
Keywords: Communities Legal Awareness Material Structure.
Scope of the Article: Social Sciences