KENYA LAW REFORM PROCESS. PRESENTATION. LAW REFORM. The Kenya Law Reform Commission was established on 21 May 1982 by the Law Reform Commission Act (Cap 3).
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The Kenya Law Reform Commission was established on 21 May 1982 by the Law Reform Commission Act (Cap 3).
The principle objective of the KLRC as contained in Section 3 of the Act is to:Keep under review all the law of Kenya to ensure its systematic development and reform
Since its establishment over two decades ago, the Kenya Law Reform Commission has been unable to realize its full potential.
Consequently, it has not influenced the process and pace of law reform in Kenya to a marked degree.
Contrary to the statutory requirement that the Commission advise departments and ministries with regard to amendments to any branch of the law relevant to them.
departments and ministries have routinely engaged consultants whenever they wish to reform their statutes. .