Law Reform Commission Act 1968 – 2 November 2009 (GLP)
Law Reform Commission Act 1968 – 2 November 2009
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A Law Reform Commission is established to systematically develop and reform the law applicable to Queensland including in particular the codification of such law.
- Sections 3, 10
Reason for law
Commonwealth equivalent: Australian Law Reform Commission
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