Judicature Amendment (No 3)

In its 2005 submission supporting the increase in the number of Appeal Court judges the NZCCL provides examples of delays in hearings, short cuts in judgements and the costs of using seconded judges. The Judicature Amendment Act (No 3) was passed in 2005.

The submission by Tony Ellis on 22 July 2005 on to the Justice and Law Reform Committee on the Judicature Amendment (No 3) for improvements to the operation of the Court of Appeal is below.

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