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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is available on this site?
This site contains unconsolidated versions (“Annual Laws”) of Bermuda’s Public Acts and Statutory Instruments from 1993 – present, and consolidated versions (“Consolidated Laws”) of all legislation.

2. Can I access Private Acts?
This site does not include Private Acts.

3. What are the Consolidated Laws?
The Consolidated Laws are the Public Acts and Statutory Instruments as amended by subsequent amending legislation.  The Consolidated Laws are updated with amendments as soon as possible after the amendments come into force.

4. What are the Annual Laws?
The Annual Laws comprise all Acts as originally enacted by the Legislature, and all subordinate legislation as made, for each year.  Amendments made by subsequent legislation are not shown in the text.  Users should therefore verify for themselves whether legislation is in force or whether it has been amended or repealed.
5.  What is RSS Feed?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) Feed is frequently updated content published by a website.  You may subscribe free of charge to the Bermuda Laws Online feed simply by clicking on the icon in the laws database.  When you subscribe, Internet Explorer automatically checks the website and downloads new content so you can see what is new since you last visited the feed.  This will enable you to know what laws have been amended or added to the website. 
6. Why do some laws have text in green font?
Where text is displayed in green font, it indicates that there is a section (or sections) of the law not yet in force.  It is possible that the entire law is not yet in force in which case the law is displayed completely in green font.

7. Where can I find UK laws that apply to Bermuda?
See the UK Office of Public Sector Information

8. Where can I find international Treaties that have been extended to Bermuda?
See the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office