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Abstract

The concept of optimizing land management is land use management. Land use management includes the responsibility to regulate the provision and management of land, water and space, as well as to preserve and maintain its fertility. All communities, legal entities, and even institutions closely related to law and land have an obligation under Article 15 of the UUPA to protect land, improve its fertility, and prevent losses to economically disadvantaged communities. Based on this article, individuals, legal entities, communities or private parties who own the land have a legal obligation to preserve the land and prevent damage.
The research that has been conducted applies normative research methods, namely research in the field of law that examines various legal regulations. This legal study examines the applicable laws related to property rights and various problems in this study. The purpose of this study is to analyze the economic, social and environmental impacts of agricultural land conversion and its perceived impact on food security. In summary, agricultural land offers many benefits in economic, social and environmental aspects. Therefore, the loss of agricultural land due to agricultural land conversion has negative effects on various aspects of development. Another impact of agricultural land conversion is the destruction of food security, an important objective of national development.

Keywords

analysis agricultural land Diversion non-agricultural land

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Suryadi, Dyah Erlina Sulistyaningrum, Fista Hery Nooryanto, Lilik Prihatin, & Maria Yosepin Endah Listyowati. (2024). Analysis of the Influence of the Diversion of Agricultural Land Management Functions into Non-Agricultural Ones. Central Asian Journal of Social Sciences and History, 5(1), 88-101. https://doi.org/10.17605/cajssh.v5i1.1045

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