Issues papers

These Law Reform Commission publications are part of a collection dating back to 1966. Each publication deals with the law at the time it was first published and may not necessarily represent the current law. For advice concerning the current law please consult your legal practitioner.

Issues Papers 21-28 (2002-2006)

28 (2006) Jury service ​

27 (2006) Sentencing and juries 

26 (2005) Uniform Succession Laws: Intestacy 

25 (2004) Expert witnesses 

24 (2004) Minors' consent to medical treatment

23 (2003) Community Justice Centres

22 (2002) ​Questioning of complainants by unrepresented acc​used in sexual assault trials​

21 (2002) Uniform Succession Laws: Recognition of interstate and foreign grants of probate and letters of administration

Issues Papers 11-20 (1996-2001)

20 (2001) Sentencing: Corporate offenders

19 (2001) ​Sentencing: Youn​g offenders​

18 (2000) Complaints against lawyers: Review of Part 10

17 (2000) ​Guaran​teeing Someone Else's Debts and Summary

16 (2000) Review of the Disability Services Act 1993 (NSW) and Summary

15 (1998) Review of the Community Services (Complaints, Appeals ​​and Monitoring) Act 1993 (NSW) and Summary​

14 (1997) Review of Section 409B of the Crimes Act 1990 (NSW)

13 (1997) ​Circulation of​ Legal Advice to Government​

12 (1997) Surveillance

11 (1996) Unif​orm Succession Laws: Family Provision​

Issues Papers 1-10 (1981-1996)

10 (1996) Uniform Succession Laws: The Law of Wills

9 (1993) Review of the Adoption of Children Act 1965 (NSW)​

8 (1992) Peo​ple with an Intellectual Disability and the Criminal Justice System​

7 (1992) Review of the ​Adoption Information Act 1990​

6 (1989) Torrens Title: Compensation for Loss​ 

5 (1988) Sale o​​f Goods​

4 (1984) Community Law Reform Program: Proceedings of Courts and Commissions Television Filming, Sound Recording and Public Broadcasting, Sketches and Photographs

3 (1982) ​Criminal Procedure​​: General Introduction and Proceedings in Courts of Petty Sessions and Outline​

2 (1982) Accident Compensation and Outline

1 (1981) ​De Facto Relationship​​s and Summary

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04 Oct 2023

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