The Commission's Report, Imperial Legislation in Force in New Zealand (R1).
The Law Commission publishes a number of publications, with each type having their own series, such as reports, issues papers, and ministerial briefings. Each series has its own purpose; for example, issues papers (previously known as preliminary papers) identify law reform issues and call for submissions from the public, while reports are the final output of a project and contain recommendations for law reform. Use the search filters below to find particular publications.
Areas of law
The Commission's Preliminary Paper, Legislation and its Interpretation: The Acts Interpretation Act 1924 and Related Legislation (PP1)
The Commission's Preliminary Paper, The Limitation Act 1950 (PP3).
The Commission's Preliminary Paper, The Accident Compensation Scheme: a Discussion Paper (PP2).
The Commission's Report, The Accident Compensation Scheme: Interim Report on Aspects of Funding (R3).
The Commission's Preliminary Paper, The Structure of the Courts (PP4).
The Commission's Preliminary Paper, Company Law (PP5).
The Commission's Preliminary Paper, Reform of Personal Property Security Law (report by Prof JH Farrar and MA O’Regan) (PP6).
The Commission's Report, Personal Injury: Prevention and Recovery: Report on the Accident Compensation Scheme (R4)