New Zealand Law Commission
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Te Aka Matua o te Ture
Wellington, New Zealand
The Law Commission is an independent, publicly funded, central advisory body established by statute to undertake the systematic review, reform and development of the law of New Zealand. Its purpose is to help achieve law that is just, principled, and accessible, and that reflects the heritage and aspirations of the peoples of New Zealand.
The Commissioners are:
The Honourable Justice J Bruce Robertson – President
Paul Heath QC
Judge Patrick Keane
Professor Ngatata Love QSO JP
Vivienne Ullrich QC
The Executive Manager of the Law Commission is Bala Benjamin
The office of the Law Commission is at 89 The Terrace, Wellington
Postal address: PO Box 2590, Wellington 6001, New Zealand
Document Exchange Number: SP 23534
Telephone: (04) 473–3453, Facsimile: (04) 471–0959
New Zealand. Law Commission.
Protections some disadvantaged people may need.
(New Zealand. Law Commission. Report ; 80.)
1. New Zealand. Protection of Personal and Property Rights Act 1988. 2. Mental health laws—New Zealand.
Report/Law Commission, Wellington, 2002
ISSN 0113–2334 ISBN 1–877187–89–5
This report may be cited as: NZLC R80
Also published as Parliamentary Paper E 3180
Presented to the House of Representatives pursuant to section 16 of the Law Commission Act 1985
This report is also available on the Internet at the Commission’s website: http://www.lawcom.govt.nz
9 April 2002
I am pleased to present to you Report 80 of the Law Commission Protections Some Disadvantaged People May Need, which we submit to you under section 16 of the Law Commission Act 1985.
J Bruce Robertson
The Hon Margaret Wilson
Minister Responsible for the