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1. Issues/Discussion paper is published discussing the main issues/current laws 2. Submissions (written by public organisations) etc. are called for from the public 3. Consultations with community 4. Report – either interim (if further comments from community are required) or final report. 5. A/G tables report in Victoria Parliament 6. Parliament decides whether to implement the recommendations (in whole/part) through legislation 7. The law reform body can only advise Parliament, they cannot change the law themselves. 8. Parliament is not bound to follow recommendations. 9. Parliament ultimately decides the extent to which it implements the law reform suggestions of the law reform body. Effectiveness of VLRC: YES: NO Govt is more likely to act on its report on the need for change as they have asked VLRC to investigate. Can only investigate issues in depth when referred them by the Attorney General. Can gauge public opinion by
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This note was uploaded on 12/21/2011 for the course POL 13 taught by Professor Mrssmith during the Three '08 term at South Australia.

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