An Annual Report by its very name gives information yearly and information is synthesized. It is comprehensive in essence, as it serves as a future point of reference. The Annual Report provides for an official account of the Commission’s activities for a calendar year. The Law Commission Act provides that the Commission must, from time to time, prepare a list of programmes of its work for any specified period not exceeding a calendar year in which matters that require consideration are included in order of priority. It is therefore appropriate that the Commission publishes Annual Reports that gives information as regards the progress of law reform programmes as stipulated in its Annual Work Programme. The Commission’s activities for a calendar year are published in the Annual Work Programme which announces the work of the Commission.