Rights of Lawsuit for Interested Parties against Damage to Natural Resources and the Environment

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Tajus Subki
Edy Lisdiyono


Efforts to develop the right to sue in environmental cases are carried out
through the role of the judge in determining the cost of recovery based on
evidence, burden of proof, and examination of laboratory analysis results
which are entirely based on the calculation of expert testimony in non-legal
fields. Development of evidentiary law by applying the concept of strict
liability without proving the element of guilt for the perpetrator, the most
important thing is that the causal relationship between activities and
environmental losses is carried out through examination of the truth and
suitability of evidence submitted by both parties as well as testimony given
by expert witnesses in court proceedings and environmental damage.

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