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- 17/08/2010 Report of the Working Group on Transparency in Commercial Rent Reviews
The Working Group on Transparency in Commercial Rent Reviews was established by the Minister for Justice and Law Reform in March 2010. The Group's Terms of Reference were as follows: 'To consider the operation of the current system for determining the rent payable on foot of a rent review clause, with particular emphasis on the arbitration process and the adequacy of the information available to all parties and, if necessary, to make such recommendations for change as may seem appropriate.' The Report of the Group contains a number of recommendations which accord with this mandate.
- 30/07/2010 Value for Money and Policy Review of the Asylum Seeker Accommodation Programme
Value for Money and Policy Review of the Asylum Seeker Accommodation Programme
- 20/07/2010 Victims Charter and Guide to the Criminal Justice System
A document that describes the criminal justice system from the point of view of a crime victim, and sets out their rights in relation to the State agencies
- 09/07/2010 North/South Co-operation on Criminal Justice Matters: Work Programme 2010-2011
The Work Programme agreed by Minister for Justice and Law Reform, Mr Dermot Ahern TD, and Northern Ireland Minister for Justice David Ford MLA, under the aegis of the Intergovernmental Agreement on Co-operation on Criminal Justice Matters.
- 06/07/2010 Report of the Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform on the Payment of Suppliers within 15 Calendar Days for Quarter Ended 30 June, 2010
Report of the Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform on the Payment of Suppliers within 15 Calendar Days for Quarter Ended 30 June, 2010
- 06/07/2010 Report of the Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform on the Payment of Suppliers within 15 Calendar Days for Quarter Ended 31 March, 2010
Report of the Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform on the Payment of Suppliers within 15 Calendar Days for Quarter Ended 31 March, 2010
- 22/06/2010 Criminal Justice (Psychoactive Substances) Bill 2010 Regulatory Impact Analysis
Criminal Justice (Psychoactive Substances) Bill 2010 Regulatory Impact Analysis
- 03/06/2010 General Scheme of Criminal Justice (Psychoactive Substances) Bill
General Scheme of Criminal Justice (Psychoactive Substances) Bill
- 26/05/2010 Twenty-Third Report of the Independent Monitoring Commission
A report on the continuing activities of paramilitary groups in Northern Ireland, presented under Articles 4 and 7 of the International Agreement establishing the Indepent Monitoring Commission; the report focuses mainly on the six month period 1 September 2009 to 28 February 2010.
- 24/05/2010 Review of the Drug Treatment Court
The Drug Treatment Court (DTC) was established on a pilot basis in 2001. It was initially evaluated in 2002 and a further short review was carried out in 2005. The court was placed on a permanent footing in 2006 as recommended in the 2005 review. The Agreed Programme for Government 2007-2012 contained a commitment to expand the court. However, in the light of concerns regarding the numbers being served by the court, the Minister for Justice, Equality and Law Reform directed that prior to any expansion a further review should be undertaken in order to evaluate its continued effectiveness. The object of the review is to identify the reasons behind the low number of referrals and examine how increased throughput could be achieved.