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Report No. 58

Object of Reforms

2.40. We may refer, in this connection, to what the Lord Chancellor said1 in England, in the Debate on the "Administration of Justice Bill," in 1934-

"Some reforms are designed both in the interests of the State and of the individual, to ensure economy and expedition in the administration of the law; others are intended in the interests of the litigant himself."

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