Law Commission / Te Aka Matua o te Ture
- The Law Commission reviews New Zealand law, then make recommendations to improve it.
- Also advises the responsible minister and government agencies on making the law more accessible and easy to understand.
- Committed to consult the public on areas of law reviewed, and promotes discussion and consultation by publishing issues papers.
- Submissions from the public are called for before recommendations are made to the minister.
- Recommendations are reported to Parliament, and the government then decides whether to, and how it will, amend the law.
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The government knew IRD lacked a robust process for checking residency.
The government refuses to distribute the cost of living payments to those with zero taxable income, including up to 70,000 students.
Michael Wood is open to making changes to the green list for immigration before the scheduled review next year.
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