Law Number 19 Year 2011 on the Ratification of Ratification of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities contains settings of protection of the rights of persons with disabilities are more spacious, complete, and detailed which can be used as references for the replacement of Act No. 4 of 1997. The purpose of the convention this is to promote, protect and ensure equal rights and fundamental freedoms for all persons with disabilities, as well as respect for the dignity of persons with disabilities as an integral part (inherent dignity). This paper seeks to discover and describe how the fulfillment of rights for difable (with disabilities) in the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities), which has been ratified by Law No. 19 Year 2011 on Ratification of the CRPD and in the Civil Code. This study is a normative research (literature). This type of research with the literature through the process of data and information in the form of written data derived from books, magazines, journals and other sources of data that is useful and supported this research. Search written data, through legislation and related books on difable (the disabled). While the analysis used in this research is descriptive qualitative. The results showed that the fulfillment of the right difable (persons with disabilities) in the CRPD stated in 18 (eighteen) the concept of fulfillment, which are translated through twenty-five (25) article, while fulfilling the right difable (persons with disabilities) in the Civil Code stated in 9 (nine) the concept of fulfillment, outlined ten (10) chapters. Connectivity between the CRPD and the Civil Code indicated by the identification that the Civil Code contains only 50% of the overall enjoyment of the right difable difable fulfillment of rights in the CRPD. Meanwhile the study also showed new findings about the existence of five (5) articles in the Civil Code which is contradictory to the concept of rights fulfillment difable (the disabled) CRPD.