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In 1987, the Law Reform Commission of Victoria (predecessor organisation of the Victorian Law Reform Commission) published a landmark guide to legal language, titled Plain English and the Law .
Although it is often cited as an important work, this publication has been hard...
The Victorian Law Reform Commission has released this consultation paper as part of its examination of the current operation of the relevant laws and processes in Victoria governing neighbourhood tree disputes.
This VLRC supplementary consultation paper has been released for public comment, following an update to the commission's terms of reference.
This report concludes a community law reform project considering whether Victorians should be permitted to leave funeral and burial instructions that are binding on the person with the right to control the deceased’s funeral and burial arrangements.
The Victorian Law Reform Commission recommends that...
This report is the final product of the first stage of the commission’s civil justice inquiry.
The terms of reference required the commission to undertake a number of tasks including identification of the goals of the civil justice system and the principles that should...
This report completes the Victorian Law Reform Commission’s review of law reform options that would allow people in Victoria to be treated with medicinal cannabis in exceptional circumstances.
IntroductionThis report completes the Victorian Law Reform Commission’s review of law reform options...
Introduction : This report considers three distinct aspects of the jury system in Victoria:
• the use of peremptory challenges and the Crown right to stand aside jurors in criminal trials • the identification of jurors by name or number in court •...
The Victorian Law Reform Commission has published its report on the review of the Crimes (Mental Impairment and Unfitness to be Tried) Act 1997 (CMIA).
The report contains 107 recommendations for legislative reform to ensure the CMIA operates justly, effectively and consistently with its...
On 16 December 2016, the Attorney-General, the Hon. Martin Pakula MP, asked the Victorian Law Reform Commission to report on ways to ensure that litigants who use the services of litigation funders or participate in group proceedings (class actions) are not exposed to unfair risks...
This report completes the Victorian Law Reform Commission’s review of the Victims of Crime Assistance Act 1996 (Vic) (VOCAA) as required in response to both the first and supplementary terms of reference provided by the Attorney-General on 22 December 2016, and 7 July 2017, respectively....