Policy paper

Overarching Ministry of Justice impact assessment

Overarching Ministry of Justice impact assessment relating to the Crime and Courts Bill. Date: Fri May 11 11:02:56 BST 2012 Full Document …

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Government intervention is necessary to promoted efficiencies within the operations of courts and tribunals, tackle the noncompliance with court imposed financial penalties and provide greater transparency to the judicial appointment process and promote judicial diversity. Individual impact assessments have been prepared (where appropriate) for each Ministry of Justice provision within the Bill. These individual impact assessments provide greater detail on each problem under consideration, why government invention is necessary and the overall impact of the provision.
Date: Fri May 11 11:02:56 BST 2012

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Published 11 May 2012