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Mut’ah marriages with contract marriages bring a dilemma to society. The society views that this is halal
(lawful) and legal, but in essence it does not carry out rights and obligations. The problem of this paper is how
do civil cases (of mut’ah marriage) get legal certainty so that the logic of “urgent” becomes a status that can
protect the rights and dignity of married couples in Indonesia? The purpose of this paper is to analyze the status
of mut’ah marriage law so that it does not become a political contribution in Indonesia. The research method
used is normative juridical. The result of this research is that in relation to the basis for practice of mut’ah
which is considered an emergency, it is clearly contrary to Islamic law because the real aim and purpose of
marriage are permanent. Mut’ah actually destroys human civilization and ethics or implies bad faith. The harm
will befall the offspring. Children who are born have no legal certainty because they are considered children
born of adultery. This research concludes that mut’ah is contrary to the basic provisions of the Material Law
of the Religious Courts on Marriage which strictly prohibits mut’ah marriages (Article 2 paragraph 2 of Law
No. 1 Year 1974 concerning marriage), the criminal sanctions are regulated in the Draft Law on the Religious
Courts of Marriage Article 39 because it is not recorded and Article 144 concerning sanctions against the
perpetrator, and the marriage is null and void by law.
Keywords: mut’ah marriage; status; marriage law