Submissions or comments (formal or informal) on this Issues Paper should be sent to Susan Hall, Senior Legal and Policy Adviser by 15 February 2013 at:
The Law Commission asks for any submissions or comments on this Issues Paper on Civil Pecuniary Penalties. The submission can be set out in any format but it is helpful to specify the number of the question you are discussing.
Submitters are invited to focus on any of the questions, particularly in areas that especially concern them, or about which they have particular views. It is certainly not expected that each submitter will answer every question.
Alternatively, submitters may like to make a comment about the Civil Pecuniary Penalties review that is not in response to a question in the paper and this is also welcomed.
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The Law Commission’s processes are essentially public, and it is subject to the Official Information Act 1982. Thus copies of submissions made to the Law Commission will normally be made available on request, and the Commission may refer to submissions in its reports. Any requests for withholding of information on grounds of confidentiality or for any other reason will be determined in accordance with the Official Information Act 1982.