Law Reform Commission

Law Reform Commission
an independent body set up in the Republic of Ireland by the Law Reform Commission Act 1975 to keep the law under review and to make proposals for its reform. It comprises a president and four commissioners appointed by the government and has a small staff. See also Scottish Law Commission.

Collins dictionary of law. . 2001.

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