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Agrarian conflicts in Indonesia continue to increase from year to year. The legal resolution of this case is still not optimal. One of the reasons is because there is no ideal agrarian conflict resolution mechanism. This research aims to analyze various forms of legal resolution used in dealing with agrarian conflicts, as well as their impact on the sustainability of these conflict resolutions. This research uses a normative legal approach. The research results show that handling agrarian conflicts involves various approaches, including litigation and non-litigation. The litigation route involves general justice, administrative order and related regulations. On the other hand, non-litigation mechanisms such as mediation and compensation are also an integral part of resolving agrarian conflicts. Laws governing land acquisition and handling social conflicts provide a legal basis, including legitimacy, for involving armed forces. The research results highlight the importance of social and cultural aspects in dealing with agrarian conflicts, as well as the need for a holistic approach to achieve sustainable solutions and support equitable development in society. A case isolation approach is sometimes applied to manage structural agrarian conflicts, avoiding escalation that could have far-reaching impacts.
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