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TANGGUNG JAWAB ORGAN PERSEROAN TERBATAS (PT) DALAM KEPAILITAN -, Puspaningrum
Wacana Hukum Vol 10, No 2 (2011): Wacana Hukum
Publisher : Universitas Slamet Riyadi

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AbstractBankruptcy is a situation where the debtor is unable to make payments against the debts of the creditors. State can not afford the usual due to financial difficulties (financial distress) of the debitor who has suffered a setback. The main purpose of bankruptcy proceedings against the Limited Liability Company is to acceleratethe process of liquidation in the context of the distribution of company assets to pay debts that the company has experienced financial difficulties that caused the insolvency.Company Limited as a corporation having characteristics such as private law, including the separation of assets between the management company with Limited Liability, if a limited company into bankruptcy so that the company broke up how the management responsibilities of a Limited Liability Company? whether the management company can still be held liable or not Keywords: Company Limited, Bankruptcy.
KEWENANGAN MAHKAMAH KONSTITUSI DALAM MENYELESAIKAN PERSELISIHAN HASIL PEMILIHAN UMUM MENURUT UU NO. 24 TAHUN 2003 TENTANG MAHKAMAH KONSTITUSI -, Puspaningrum
Wacana Hukum Vol 9, No 2 (2010): Wacana Hukum
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Abstract : The Constitutional Court was established by Act No. 24 of 2003 (State Gazette number 98 of 2003). Constitutional Court as the new state institutions have a crucial role in the constitutional system of the Republic of Indonesia. The authority of the Constitutional Court provided for in Article 24 C of the 1945 Constitution. The constitution of the Constitutional Court has the four powers which shall be final, that is to test laws against the Constitution Act 1945, to decide disputes between state institutions whose authorities are granted the 1945 Constitution and an obligation that is the opinion of the Parliament to decide on alleged violations committed by the President and / or Vice President. Key Words : Constitutional Court, Authority, Elections