Final reports

For each project, the Commission publishes a final report, which is submitted to government and subsequently tabled in the Victorian Parliament.

This page lists reports produced by the Commission since it commenced operations in 2001.

Reports that were produced by an earlier body, the Law Reform Commission of Victoria, are not on this website. You can access those reports (1985-1992) on the austlii website.

Trading Trusts cover
Jan 2015

Trading trusts—oppression remedies

The Commission was asked  in October 2013 to review and report on oppression remedies for beneficiaries of trading trusts.A trading trust is a popular way to structure a business, as an...
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Forfeiture report cover
Oct 2014

Forfeiture

On 29 October 2013, the Attorney-General asked the Victorian Law Reform Commission to review the common law rule of forfeiture and propose legislative reform if necessary. The forfeiture rule...
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Cover of Crimes (Mental Impairment) report
Aug 2014

Crimes (Mental Impairment)

In August 2012 the Commission was asked to review the Crimes (Mental Impairment and Unfitness to be Tried) Act 1997 (CMIA) to ensure that to ensure it operates justly, effectively and consistently...
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Jury empanelment consultation paper cover
May 2014

Jury Empanelment

In March 2013 the Commission was asked to review three aspects of jury empanelment for both criminal and civil trials:Whether jurors should be identified in court by name or number Peremptory...
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Succession laws cover image
Sep 2013

Succession Laws

In March 2012 the Commission was asked by the Attorney-General to conduct a review of the laws of succession. The Victorian review followed a nationwide project conducted by the National Committee...
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