The Statutes Drafting and Compilation Act 1920 was identified by the Commission as being in need of review as part of its wider assessment of New Zealand Statute Law. A Report was released in 2009.
Review of the Statutes Drafting & Compilation Act 1920 (NZLC R107, 2009)
The Commission's Report, Review of the Statutes Drafting & Compilation Act 1920 (NZLC R107, 2009) presents the Commission's recommendations following its review of the Statutes Drafting and Compilation Act 1920, the legislation which established what is now called the Parliamentary Counsel Office.
The majority of the Commission's recommendations in R107 were implemented in the Legislation Act 2012.
No Government response was received. There is no requirement for the Government to present a formal response to a Commission report where it has accepted the Commission’s recommendations.