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Triangular concept of legal pluralism in the establishment of consumer protection law
Doctoral Program in Law, Universitas Sumatera Utara,
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The new paradigm in legal pluralism is closely related to the phenomenon of globalization. Laws of various levels move into limitless territories. There is a strong contact and adoption between international, transnational, national and local laws. Such circumstances make it impossible for mapping that a certain law (international, national, local) is separated from other law systems. This is a normative legal research with a comparative law approach. Law as a global phenomenon has the common values throughout the world, namely ethical moral values, social values and formal values of the state. The same values apply to the consumer protection law in Indonesia. Law Number 8 of 1999 on Consumer Protection (UUPK) in Indonesia was developed on the basis of legal pluralism. The data were analyzed using a Triangular Concept of Legal Pluralism developed by Werner Menski. In conclusion, UUPK is a form of legal pluralism. It is enacted based on the community needs, legitimized by the state and based on values and ethics.
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