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Juridical Analysis of Vessel Registration and Nationality in Indonesia: A Case Study at the Batam Harbormaster and Port Authority Office

Author Name : Ahmad Fauzi, Laily Washliati, Idham

ABSTRACT

A registered ship may acquire the right to fly the country of registration's national flag (maritime flag) as the ship's national flag. Registered vessels get a certificate establishing the ship's nationality and allowing the ship to fly the ship's national flag legally. The flag state has a legal obligation to safeguard ships and exert adequate jurisdiction and supervision over ships flying national flags via administrative, technical, and social rules and regulations. It establishes a legal relationship between the state and the ship through the flag and national certificate of the ship. Likewise, registered ships will be considered immovable objects. The issue addressed by this study is Indonesia's regulation of vessel registration and nationality law (A Study at the Batam Port Authority and Harbor Authority). Indonesian Nationality and Vessel Registration (A Study at the Batam Harbormaster and Port Authority Office). Factors that constitute impediments or impediments to ship registration and nationality in Indonesia, as well as remedies for these impediments and impediments (A Study at the Batam Harbormaster and Port Authority Office). This research aims to investigate how Indonesian law regulates vessel registration and nationality (A Study at the Batam Port Authority and Harbormaster Office). Determine the procedures for conducting a legal study of ship registration and nationality in Indonesia (A Study at the Batam Harbormaster and Port Authority Office) and identify reasons that constitute impediments or obstacles to ship registration and nationality in Indonesia, as well as solutions to these impediments or obstacles (A Study at the Batam Harbormaster and Port Authority Office). This study employs a descriptive technique in conjunction with a normative approach to collect primary data through field research. The study's findings show that although Indonesia's Vessel Registration and Nationality Law has been mostly implemented successfully, many barriers remain in the field, particularly in the service system. As a result, it is essential to harmonize the system for ship registration and nationality, particularly in terms of measurement, registration, and nationality. This case is to facilitate the efficient and dynamic operation of processes.

Keywords: Registration, Ship, Batam, Harbormaster.