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Law Reform

Summary: A legal study of the reformation of ethical law practices.
Societies perceptions have changed over time, as the composition of society and the moral and ethical values held by the community have evolved. Thus the legal system has been required to implement law reform to uphold the ever changing values of society. This is evident in many aspects of family law, such as reform in law relating to defacto couples, individuals in same sex relationships, aboriginal and Torres Strait islanders, and children. New technology such as Artificial Insermination and Intro venal Fertilisation has resulted in the need for law reform to meet community standards. This law reform is implemented by State and federal parliaments, law reform commission established by Law reform commission Act (1967), common law, media, and international treaties. Reform has been effectively implemented through legislation such as the Family Law Act (1975) Cwth, Defacto Relationships act (1984) NSW, Property (Relationships) legislation amendment act (1999) NSW & Statues of Children Act 1976.

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