1 Matrimonial Property Law [i] (1985)

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                                            ,AUSTR A L IA,



                                       The Law

                                         Reform

                                 Commission

                                 Discussion Paper No 22
                                             June 1985


        MATRIMONIAL PROPERTY LAW


THIS PAPER IS NOT A COMMISSION REPORT. It is a Dis-
cussion Paper which contains proposals concerning the reform of the
laws governing matrimonial property. THE PROPOSALS ARE PUT
FORWARD AS A BASIS FOR DISCUSSION AND NOT AS
FINAL CONCLUSIONS. THE PAPER IS INTENDED TO PRO-
MOTE DISCUSSION AND ELICIT COMMENTS WHICH WILL
BE CONSIDERED BY THE COMMISSION IN REACHING ITS
CONCLUSIONS AND DRAFTING ITS FINAL REPORT. As far
as possible comments 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)
         or: Royal Insurance Building,
         25 London Circuit,
         CANBERRA 2600. Telephone: (062) 47 2166
         (GPO Box 1996. Canherra 2601)

All submissions should be received by 30 September 1985

Commission Reference ALRC DP 22.

Commissioner in Charge: Professor David Hambly
Research: Ann Riseley, Deena Shiff, Peter Waters

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