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Scirj Volume IX, Issue VII, July 2021 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th July 2021
Full Paper available from: 25th July 2021


MAPPING OF FLOOD PRONE AREAS IN IMO STATE, SOUTHEASTERN NIGERIA USING GIS TECHNIQUES
Okore O.Okorafor, Maxwell I. Chikwue, Nnaemeka R. Nwakuba, Favour A. Nwaobi

Abstract: Flooding is a natural environmental hazard which has on a global scale caused irreparable losses on lives and property as well as deformation of the environment resulting in soil-nutrient loss, pollution of rivers/waterways, sedimentation of reservoirs and other negative issues in southeastern Nigeria. This study therefore makes use of GIS techniques to map areas in Imo State that are most prone or exposed to flooding. Satellite imagery and SRTM data were analyzed using ESRI ArcGIS 10.2 and Global Mapper v15 to generate maps for digital elevation model (DEM), digitized contour, 3D relief and flood vulnerability assessment. On analyzing the maps generated Oguta and Ohajiegbema were mapped as the most prone areas while Okigwe, Ideato North, Ideato South and Nkwerre were mapped the least prone. Nonetheless over 60% of the study area is still open to flood events if requisite environmental protective actions are not considered and implemented. On observing that the chief cause of flooding in the study area is heavy/prolonged rainfall/downpour with poor drainage channels, flood monitoring and assessment with proper design/construction of drainage networks/channels were among recommendations made to manage flood incidents in the study area.
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Legal Certainty of the Notary Peace Act in Bankruptcy Law
Iqbal Tamrin, Dr. Ermanto Fahamsyah, Dr. Ivida Dewi Amrih Suci

Abstract: Peace agreements that have been homologated through the PKPU process are sometimes denied by debtors. If the homologated peace agreement is denied by the debtor, the creditor may apply for the cancellation of the peace agreement so that the peace agreement is canceled and the debtor is declared bankrupt. An application for annulment of reconciliation can be submitted if it meets the conditions for bankruptcy as regulated in the provisions of Article 170 paragraph (1) of Law Number 37 of 2004 concerning Bankruptcy and PKPU. The approach method used in this research is normative juridical. The purpose of the study was to find out the suitability of the curator authority at the verification stage with the principle of legal certainty and to find legal certainty on the strength of binding the peace deed in the bankruptcy decision. The result of this research is that the curator is at the verification stage by eliminating the PKPU peace deed causing inconsistencies in his authority. The PKPU peace deed which has been homologated has executive power as the judge decision which has permanent legal force, in accordance with the legal basis, namely Article 130 HIR/154 RBg which was later modified in the form of PERMA Number 01 of 2008 and PERMA Number 1 of 2016.
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THE ROLE OF CUSTOMER SATISFACTION AS MEDIATION ON THE INFLUENCE OF SERVICE PERFORMANCE AND RELATIONSHIP MARKETING ON CUSTOMER LOYALTY
I Gusti Ayu Imbayani , Pande Ketut Ribek, Ni Putu Yeni Astiti

Abstract: Every company can achieve competitive advantage through long-term relationships between companies and customers to build customer loyalty. Competitive advantage can be formed through various factors. This study aims to determine the effect of Service Performance and Relationship Marketing on Customer Loyalty mediated by Customer Satisfaction. The method used in this study is a quantitative method, the population in this study was 95 people using PLS analysis techniques. Based on the results of the analysis, it is found that service performance has an influence on customer satisfaction, relationship marketing has no effect on customer satisfaction, service performance has an influence on customer loyalty, relationship marketing has an influence on customers, customer satisfaction has an influence on customer loyalty, customer satisfaction is a mediating variable. partial (partial) on the effect of service performance and relationship marketing on customer loyalty. This research is expected to help companies in increasing customer loyalty through service performance and relationship marketing.
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THE ROLE OF ORGANIZATIONAL JUSTICE AND ORGANIZATIONAL CLIMATE IN DETERMINING ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENTS
I Made Edy Sumarya, I GA Eka Teja Kusuma, I Nengah Suardhika

Abstract: The purpose of this study was to determine the role of organizational justice and organizational climate in determining organizational commitment and its effect on employee performance at the Bali Provincial Inspectorate Office. The sample in this study as many as 83 people carried out by census. Collecting data using a questionnaire. The data analysis technique used SEM-PLS. The results showed that organizational justice had a positive effect on employee performance, organizational climate had no effect on employee performance, organizational commitment had a positive effect on employee performance, organizational justice had no effect on organizational commitment, and organizational climate had a positive effect on organizational commitment.
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