The Commission's Study Paper, Privacy Concepts and Issues (SP19) is the outcome of stage 1 of the Law Commission’s Review of Privacy, and provides background for the later stages. It establishes a conceptual framework for the Review;...
The Law Commission publishes many different publications. Each type, such as reports, issues papers, and ministerial briefings, has its own series.
Each series has its own purpose. For example, issues papers identify law reform issues and call for submissions from the public. Reports are the final result of a project and contain recommendations for law reform. Use the search filters below to find particular publications.
Areas of law
Custom and Human Rights are embedded in many Pacific constitutions or statues, yet the two concepts are often percieved as conflicting. The focus of the Commission's Study Paper, Converging Currents: Custom and Human Rights in the Pacific...
The Commission's Study Paper, Intimate Covert Filming (SP15) responds to the government’s request for advice on any required law changes to deal with secret filming, recommends new criminal offences for making, distributing and...
The Commission's Preliminary Paper, Protecting Personal Information From Disclosure (PP49).
The Commission's Preliminary Paper, Some Problems in the Law of Trusts (PP48).
The Commission's Preliminary Paper, Reforming the Rules of General Discovery (PP45).
The Commission's Study Paper, Insolvency Law Reform: Promoting Trust and Confidence (SP11).
The Commission's Preliminary Paper, Limitation of Civil Actions (PP39).
The Commission's Study Paper, Protecting Construction Conctractors (SP3).
The Commission's Study Paper, Priority Debts in the Distribution of Insolvent Estates: An Advisory Report to the Ministry of Commerce (SP2).