Call for submissions
The Law Commission is seeking wide feedback from stakeholders and the New Zealand public on the issues raised in this paper.
On page 17 we have posed a number of questions relating to our terms of reference and the contents of this paper. The summary, which can be found on page 3, sets out the various preliminary proposals we have put forward for public discussion. We are keen to receive a broad cross section of views on these questions and our preliminary proposals.
In February 2012 we will be hosting discussion forums on our website where the public can share their views on the issues and proposals discussed in this report.
We are happy to receive submissions or comments on this Issues Paper via our website, email or by mail. The submissions deadline is Monday 12 March 2012.
Hard copy submissions and comment should be sent to:
New Media Review
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Any enquiries may be made to Cate Brett 04 914 4846, email@example.com
This Issues Paper is available on the Law Commission’s website www.lawcom.govt.nz
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