In a letter to the Law Commission dated 12 October 2006, the Chairperson of the Justice and Electoral Committee invited the Commission to advise the Committee on the Crimes (Abolition of Force as a Justification for Child Discipline) Amendment...
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The Commission's Occasional Paper, Commision response to Peter McKenzie QC opinion (OP4).
In a letter to the Chair of the Justice and Electoral Committee, the Commission responds to a legal opinion on the Crimes (Substituted...
The Commission's Occasional Paper, Table of all bodies that may be considered Tribunals (OP2).
The Commission's Occasional Paper, Summary- Alcohol in Our Lives (OP5) is a summary of the Commission's Issues Paper, Alcohol In Our Lives, which reviews the regulatory framework relating to the sale and supply of liquor.
During the public consultation process on Alcohol In Our Lives:An Issues Paper On The Reform Of New Zealand's Liquor Laws, we received submissions from many organisations and indivduals. The organisations that made a submission to the...