Law Reform Commission Charter

The purpose of the Charter of the Law Reform Commission is to formally acknowledge the Commission as an independent statutory authority established under the Law Reform Commission Act 1972.
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While the Commission takes its terms of reference and priorities from the Attorney General, it is independent of Government. This Charter sets out the role, responsibilities, values and operational structure of the Commission that are to be upheld and adhered to by the Government and the Commission for the primary purpose of maintaining the Commission’s independence, integrity and good standing.