LEGAL PROTECTION FOR THE PARTIES IN BUYING AND SELLING LAND TO A DEED UNDER THE HAND
This study aims to find out the legal protection for the parties in buying and selling land with an underhanded deed, and the factors that cause people to buy and sell land with a deed under the hand. This study is a normative legal research that is prescriptive and technical or applied. The research approach uses a legal approach and a case approach. The type of research data is secondary data with primary legal material and secondary legal material. Data collection techniques in the form of library studies and data analysis techniques used are deductive. The results of this study explain that legal protection of the parties in buying and selling with a deed under the hand, namely both parties, especially the seller acknowledges the existence of a sale and purchase agreement implemented, in this case the most important thing to admit is the seller. If both parties have acknowledged then the agreement under the deed that has been done is deemed perfect and the legal strength of the deed under the hand will be the same as the authentic deed. If one of the parties denies that there has never been a sale and purchase back to the applicable Government Regulation as long as there is no other evidence that proves. And the factors that cause people to buy and sell with a deed under the hands of the community is that they do not understand or even the ignorance of the perpetrators of the transaction, both sellers and buyers of land regarding the applicable legal provisions.