The validity of the birth certificate of an adopted child assigned to adoptive parents

Zulaichah, Siti, Supriadi, Aditya Prastian and Amnesti, Sheila Kusuma Wardani (2021) The validity of the birth certificate of an adopted child assigned to adoptive parents. Presented at The 4th International Conference on Law, Technology, Spirituality and Society (ICOLESS). Thursday, August 12, 2021, 12 Aug 2021, UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang.

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An adoption of a child can be understood as an effort to unify a child from another person into the family of his adoptive parents. He is treated as a child in terms of education, providing a living, fulfilling his needs, but that does not mean he is treated as a descendant or biological child in other cases. The definition of an adoption is stated in Government Regulation Number 54 of 2007 concerning the Implementation of Child An adoption in Article 1 paragraph 2, which means that an adoption is a legal act that transfers the power of the biological parents or legal guardians to the power of the adoptive parents' family environment. In terms of child an adoption, it is also inseparable from the rules regarding child an adoption procedures. This type of juridical normative research, with a statutory approach to examine primary legal materials, secondary legal materials, to tertiary legal materials. The results of the study indicate that the deed must be made in a form that has been determined by the law if the birth certificate is not following with the provisions of the law then the deed is not an authentic deed. Any counterfeiting/engineering problem for any reason can be categorized as a violation of the applicable norms. First, the norm of truth and secondly the norm of order in society. This also has implications for the position of adopted children in terms of inheritance.

Item Type: Conference (Paper)
Keywords: adopted children; certificate of birth; inheritance
Subjects: 18 LAW AND LEGAL STUDIES > 1801 Law > 180104 Civil Law and Procedure
18 LAW AND LEGAL STUDIES > 1801 Law > 180113 Family Law
Divisions: Faculty of Sharia and Law > Department al-Ahwal al-Syakhshiyyah
Depositing User: Siti Zulaichah Siti Zulaichah
Date Deposited: 16 Jun 2022 08:13


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