1 Contempt: Disruption, Disobedience and Deliberate Interference [i] (1986)

handle is hein.alrc/cntmpd0001 and id is 1 raw text is: j   AUkTRALIA &
The Law
Reform
Commission
Discussion Paper No 27
April 1986
CONTEMPT: DISRUPTION, DISOBEDIENCE
AND DELIBERATE INTERFERENCE
THIS PAPER IS NOT A COMMISSION REPORT. It is a
Discussion Paper which contains proposals concerning the re-
form of various aspects of contempt law in its application to
courts, commissions and tribunals. THE PROPOSALS i.2E
PUT FORWARD AS A BASIS FOR DISCUSSION AND
NOT AS FINAL CONCLUSIONS. THE PAPER IS IN-
TENDED TO PROMOTE DISCUSSION AND ELICIT
COMMENTS WHICH WILL BE CONSIDERED BY THE
COMMISSION IN REACHING ITS CONCLUSIONS AND
DRAFTING ITS FINAL REPORT. As far as possible com-
ments should be related to specific paragraph numbers in the
Discussion Paper. All inquiries and comments should be di-
rected to -
The Secretary,
Australian Law Reform Commission,
99 Elizabeth Street,
SYDNEY 2000. Telephone: (02) 231 1733
(GPO Box 3708, Sydney 2001)
All submissions should be received by 31 July 1986.
Commission Reference ALRC DP 27.
Commissioner in Charge: Professor Michael Chesterman
Research: Pauline  Kearney, Stephen  Odgers, Richard
Phillipps, Loretta Re, Ann Riseley

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