ANALYSIS OF SOIL PAWN FARMING PRACTICES IN OYOTAN SYSTEMS IN NGEMPLAK VILLAGE, WINDUSARI DISTRICT, MAGELANG DISTRICT (PERSPECTIVE OF SHARIA ECONOMIC LAW COMPILATION)
The practice of non-institutional financing in public is increasingly encountered. This study aims to determine the suitability of agricultural land pawning practices in the oyotan system in Ngemplak Village, Windusari District, Magelang Regency with a pawning contract in Islamic law in the Compilation of Islamic Economic Law (KHES). This research is a field research with analytic descriptive approach by reading interviews, data collection techniques using interviews, observation and documentation. Analysis of data in this study through data reduction, presentation and verification. The results showed that the practice of oyotan land pledges was: a) rahin pawned his land to the murtahin to get financing (debt), b) marhun was arrested and managed by murtahin,) the pledge of the oyotan land ended when the debt was repaid and the marhun returned. The practice of the pawning has fulfilled the pillars and the terms of the rahn contract based on the KHES, but for the settlement of the contract is not yet appropriate because if the rahin has not been able to repay the loan at maturity, then the oyotan pawn trade is extended while the KHES should be sold to pay off Rahin's debt.