Document Type : Research Article
This article to analyze the concept of the Omnibus Law of State and Regional-Owned Asset Management Licensing. It is started by review the simplification of licensing regulations for the management of State or regional-owned assets. This study is a normative-legal research by using statute and conceptual approaches. Data were analyzed with descriptive qualitative analysis with content analysis. In this study, the authors used the qualitative research method, which (in general) generates words rather than numbers for analysis. The results show that Effort to simplify the concept of licensing through the omnibus law is need to be done in the management of State assets both State and regional assets, because in principle, a license is an instrument to guarantee legal certainty, certainty of rights and instruments of control. Licensing becomes as a requirement in granting rights on management or utilization of land controlled by the State, in other words, management rights on land controlled by the State existing due to the license. In a democratic rule of law, the license process must pay attention to the rights of citizens in democratic life. One of them is the application of the omnibus law for State and regional-owned asset management.