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Law Reform Commission. (2003) Law Reform Commission report on penalties for minor offences. Dublin: Law Reform Commission.

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The Law Reform Commission is an independent statutory body whose main aim is to keep the law under review and to make practical proposals for its reform. It was established on 20 October 1975, pursuant to section 3 of the Law Reform Commission Act 1975.

The Commission’s Second Programme for Law Reform, prepared in consultation with the Attorney General, was approved by the Government and copies were laid before both Houses of the Oireachtas in December 2000. The Commission also works on matters which are referred to it on occasion by the Attorney General under the terms of the Act.


Date
2003
Call No
MM14.4, VH4.2
Pages
139 p.
Publisher
Law Reform Commission
Corporate Creators
Law Reform Commission
Place of Publication
Dublin
ISBN
1393-3132
Keywords
common law, criminal penalty, Ireland, legal argument, legal issues, minor offense, type of penalty
Notes
Includes bibliographic references and appendix.
EndNote
Accession Number
HRB 2805 (Available)
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