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IJSTR >> Volume 5 - Issue 8, August 2016 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Juridical Perspective Of Credit Card Misuse Under Criminal Law (A Comparative Study)

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AUTHOR(S)

Eka Nugraha, M. Syukri Akub, Badriyah Rifai, Marthen Arie

 

KEYWORDS

Credit Card; Credit Card Fraud; Criminal Law; Legal System

 

ABSTRACT

The development of the national economy shows the direction that increasingly integrated with the regional and international economy that can support both a negative and positive impacts. Meanwhile, the development of national economy continues to move quickly to the increasingly complex challenges, therefore, necessary adjustments in economic policies, including the banking sector which is expected to be able to improve and strengthen the national economy. Bank as a means that ease people with all benefit is also not released from the weakness. The type of this research is normative for making criminal legislation as an object of study, while the approach used tends juridical as a point of reference the theories of law and the rules of law in view of the problem. The outcomes of the research indicate that the efforts should be made to address the misuse of credit cards in the enforcement of the Indonesians’ criminal law is to formulate the rules of criminal law with a comprehensive pattern of expansion of legal subjects the offender is to enter the legal entity (recht persoon) as the parties may be subject to liability and formulate formulation of criminal in order to reach the entire modus operandi is being or may develop in the future. Besides the expansion of sanctions should be accompanied by sanction renewal that oriented to the cumulative punishment is retaliation, deterrence, and development.

 

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