Report No. 100
Conclusion and Summary of Recommendations
By way of conclusion, we may state that the subject of litigation against Government is a vast one, of which only a few aspects have been touched upon in this Report.1 These aspects have been chosen in view of their pressing relevance to the cause of justice.
Incidentally, one of our recommendations-that for the creation of an office of Litigation Ombudsman should, we think, have the effect of relieving congestion in the higher courts and may, therefore, be considered as a measure of urgency. But we give equal importance to the other recommendations made in this Report. Not reforming the law on the matters on which these recommendations contemplate a reform would, we think, amount to perpetuating injustice.
1. See also para. 1.4, supra.