The Commission's Miscellaneous Paper, What Should Happen to your Property when you Die? (MP1).
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The Commission's Miscellaneous Paper, Succession Law Wills Reforms (MP2).
The Commission,s Miscellaneous Paper, The Taking into Account of Te Ao Māori in Relation to Reform of the Law of Succession (MP6)
The Commission's Study Paper, Treaty of Waitangi Claims: Addressing the Post-Settlement Phase: An Advisory Report for Te Puni Kokiri, the Office of Treaty Settlements and the Chief Judge of the Māori Land Court (SP13).
The Law Commission published this Study Paper alongside our Issues Paper, Dividing Relationship Property – Time for Change? Te mātatoha rawa tokorau – Kua eke te wā?...
In this Preferred Approach Paper, we concluded that reform is required to ensure that the law meets most New Zealanders' expectations of fairness when a relationship ends. We presented a package of key reforms that we proposed to recommend to the...