Welcome to the Law Development Commission (LDC). The LDC is an independent body set up by a government to conduct law reform; that is, to consider the state of laws and make recommendations or proposals for legal changes or restructuring.

Electronic Evidence and Use of ICT in courts

The Law Development Commission (LDC) with the funding from the UNDP under the Justice, Law and Order Sector held a workshop on the 24th of […]

LDC pushes for Introduction of DNA Evidence

The Commission, in its mandate of promoting development and reform of the law, as well as to make proposals for bringing the law into accord […]

Discussion Papers

Issue Paper on the Review of the Companies Act
This Issue Paper is an announcement to the public of the institution of the review of the Companies Act. Its purpose is to set out the perceived problems and the possible solutions and to invite comments from stakeholders.
Draft Final Discussion Paper on Debt Collection
This Discussion Paper contains the results of the Commission’s preliminary investigation into Extrajudicial Debt Collection and should be read in conjunction with the Issue Paper on Extrajudicial Debt Collection which was published by the…

The LDC was established in November 1988, in terms of Section 3 of the Law Development Commi132ssion Act [Chapter 1:02].

What do think should be the Legal Age of Consent

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