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By Andrew Martin
In a recent Supreme Court decision the Chief Justice has made an important ruling with potentially wide implications.
By Fozeia Rana-Fahy
In the Matter of the C Trust [2016] SC [Bda] 53 Civ was the first Bermuda case to extend the perpetuity period under the new Section 4 of the Bermuda Perpetuities and Accumulations Act 2009.
By Agathe Holowatinc
The Bermuda Government renewed its commitment to economic progress and recovery in its 2016 Speech from the Throne in which plans for the forthcoming parliamentary year 2016-2017 are rolled out.
By Jennifer Haworth
We have previously written a post about the Supreme Court's decision in Bermuda Press (Holdings) v Registrar of the Supreme Court in which the Chief Justice considered the public's right of access...
By Jennifer Haworth
In October 2016, the Department of Statistics released its "Facts & Figures 2016" which sets out in summary form some of the key indicators of Bermuda's economic and trends.
By Jeremy Leese
It is hard to be definitive on the possible effect of Mr. Trump's policies on Bermuda, and the offshore world generally...
By Andrew Martin
In an important decision in November 2016, the Insurance Appeals Tribunal (the "IAT") published in the press the text of its decision in relation to the jurisdiction to award costs in an appeal...
By Andrew Martin
This Act was passed in the first quarter of 2016 but has not yet become effective. It is a lengthy Act with a number of separate and detailed statutory mechanisms which work in conjunction with one another.
By Andrew Martin
The 2015 POCA Amendment Act came into force on 1 January 2016 except for the operation of section 25 in relation to the Register of Directors...
By Jane Collis
Our property is ours to give. This belief forms the foundation of the common law principle of testamentary freedom – that by the terms of your last will & testament...
By Agathe Holowatinc
As we near the end of the year, it's good to review the bills that have been tabled and passed in the House of Assembly and Senate.
By Jeremy Leese
The governmental departments responsible for the oversight of the aviation and shipping sectors became "quangos" newly titled as the Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority and the Bermuda Shipping and Maritime Authority.
By Andrew Martin
MJM has acquired several ancient deeds and local legal instruments dating back to the early days of the settlement of Bermuda.
By Jennifer Haworth
The employment tribunal system was established to provide an employee the regime in which to make a formal complaint that their employer has violated the Employment Act 2000.
By Peter D.A. Martin
The Personal Information Protection Act ("PIPA") was enacted on 15 July 2016. However, it is not anticipated to come into force until 2018.