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The Law Commission is an independent, government-funded organisation, which reviews areas of the law that need updating, reforming or developing. It makes recommendations to Parliament, and these recommendations are published in Annual Reports and other recommendations from time to time.  see the Website below.

The Law Commission helps ensure that the law provides effectively for the current and future needs of our rapidly changing society. Its goal is to achieve laws that are just, principled, accessible, and that reflect the heritage and aspirations of the peoples of New Zealand.

The Law Commission is an extremely important organisation in New Zealand.

Its task is to review our laws continuously and make recommendations to the Government.

But the really great thing about the Commission is that it is headed and staffed by the cream of legal brains in New Zealand. 

It continually makes strong rcommendations on all kinds of legal issues. 

It ensures that those in power are constantly being made to think what changes are needed in our laws.

We provide you with a direct link to the Website of the Law Commission. 

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