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The Law Commission thirty-sixth annual report 2001

This document contains the following information: The Law Commission thirty-sixth annual report 2001: a year of achievement.

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This document contains the following information: The Law Commission thirty-sixth annual report 2001: a year of achievement.

The role of the Law Commission is to keep the legal system under review and make recommendations for change, in order to ensure that the law is as simple, fair, modern and cost-effective as possible. The annual report contains details of its work during 2001, including: the report on land registration; areas of law reform work relating to common law, commercial law, criminal law, evidence and procedure, housing and administrative justice, statute law, property and trust law; targets and publications.

Related publications and all Law Commission reports, consultation papers and announcements are available on the Law Commission website.

This paper was laid before Parliament in response to a legislative requirement or as a Return to an Address and was ordered to be printed by the House of Commons.