NO. 784
APPOINTMENT OF MARRIAGE OFFICER
Pursuant to the provisions of The Marriage Act 1944, the Minister of Energy, Telecommunications and E-Commerce, on the 20th August, 2010 licensed Rev. Timothy Haut as a Marriage Officer, thereby enabling him to perform a marriage ceremony in Bermuda on September 23, 2010 only.
NO. 785
APPOINTMENT OF MARRIAGE OFFICER
Pursuant to the provisions of The Marriage Act 1944, the Minister of Energy, Telecommunications & E-Commerce, on the 20th day of August 2010, licensed Pastor Eugene Thompson as a Marriage Officer, thereby enabling him to perform marriage ceremonies in Bermuda.
NO. 786
ACTING APPOINTMENT
THE MINISTRY OF ENERGY, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND E-COMMERCE
DIRECTOR OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS
Mr. Michael Wells, Telecommunications Officer, has been appointed to act as Director of Telecommunications from 1st September 2010 to 15th September 2010 inclusive.
Kenneth S. Dill
Head of the Civil Service
NO. 787
BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY
INSURANCE ACT 1978
CANCELLATION OF REGISTRATION
UNDER SECTION 41(1)(a)
THE BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY in exercise of the powers conferred upon it by virtue of Section 41(1)(a) of the Insurance Act, 1978 (“the Act”), hereby cancels, at the request of the insurer(s) listed below, the Class 3A registration granted to the said insurer(s) under the Act:-
042707 (Bermuda) Ltd.
BY ORDER OF THE BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY
Leslie Robinson
Assistant Director, Insurance
Bermuda Monetary Authority
Dated this 25th day of June 2010
NO. 788
BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY
INSURANCE ACT 1978
CANCELLATION OF REGISTRATION
UNDER SECTION 42(1)(a)
THE BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY in exercise of the powers conferred upon it by virtue of Section 42(1)(a) of the Insurance Act, 1978 (“the Act”), hereby cancels, at the request of the Insurance Agent listed below, the Insurance Agent registration granted under the Act:-
Swiss Re Global Markets Limited
BY ORDER OF THE BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY
Leslie L. Robinson
Assistant Director, Insurance
Bermuda Monetary Authority
Dated this 13th day of June 2010
NO. 789
BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY
INSURANCE ACT 1978
CANCELLATION OF REGISTRATION
UNDER SECTION 41(1)(a)
THE BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY in exercise of the powers conferred upon it by virtue of Section 41(1)(a) of the Insurance Act, 1978 (“the Act”), hereby cancels, at the request of the insurer(s) listed below, the Class 2 registration granted to the said insurer(s) under the Act:-
sENERGY INSURANCE LTD.
BY ORDER OF THE BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY
Leslie L. Robinson
Assistant Director, Insurance
Bermuda Monetary Authority
Dated this 17th day of August 2010
NO. 790
ACTING APPOINTMENT
DEPARTMENT OF AIRPORT OPERATIONS
GENERAL MANAGER
Mr. Michael G. Osborn, Terminals Manager, has been appointed to act as General Manager for the Department of Airport Operations for the following period: 
August 26th – September 7th 2010
Kenneth S. Dill
Head of the Civil Service
NO. 791
Notice is hereby given that application has been made to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, by the following person(s) for the grant of a Permanent Resident's Certificate, under the provisions of section 31A of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act, 1956, (viz: were ordinarily resident in Bermuda on or before 31 July 1989; were ordinarily resident in Bermuda for the period of twenty (20) years immediately preceding application; are at least forty (40) years of age and are of good character and conduct).
BULHOES, Carlos Fernando De Sousa, 27 Camp Hill, Southampton, WK 03 
CLARK, Nigel Paul, 5 Salt Kettle Road, Paget PG 01
DESILVA, Gillian, 8 Keith Hall Road, Warwick WK 06
FIELD, Janet Elizabeth, 8 Coot Pond Road, St. George’s GE 03
GRIFFITHS, Nan Armstrong, ‘Winslow’, 20 Tankfield Hill, Paget PG 06
JACK, Graeme Houston, ‘The Cottage’, Lower Apartment, 22 Store Lane, Sandys SB 02
KOMPOSCH, Caroline Mary, 15 Hill Crescent, Pembroke HM 02
LOPES, Ilda Da Conceica Couto Oliveira, Olivewood Upper, 43 Harrington Sound Road, Hamilton Parish CR 04
MARTINS, Carlos Manuel Rodrigues, 28 Trinity Church Road, Hamilton Parish CR03
NOON, John Boland, 175 Middle Road, Southampton SN 02
NOON, Maureen Patricia, 175 Middle Road, Southampton SN 02
SANTOS, Jose Manuel Dos, 20 King Street, Pembroke HM 10
SOUSA, Anne Dylis, 12 Middletown Lane, Paget PG 03
SPEIGHT, Deborah Elizabeth, 12 Store Hill, Smiths FL 03
WHITE, Anthony Phillip, 3 Knapton Estates Road, Smiths HS 01
N.B. Any person who knows if any of the above provisions have not been fulfilled, or why a Permanent Resident's Certificate should not be granted to the applicant(s), should send a written statement to the Chief Immigration Officer, Department of Immigration, P.O. Box HM1364, Hamilton HM FX no later than the 13th September, 2010.
NO. 792
Notice is hereby given that application has been made to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, by the following person(s) for the grant of Bermudian status, under the provisions of section 20D of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act, 1956, (viz: were ordinarily resident in Bermuda on or before 31 July 1989; were ordinarily resident in Bermuda for the period of twenty (20) years immediately preceding application; are of good character and conduct and has other siblings all of whom possess Bermudian status).
JONES, Michael Peter Morgan, 4 Inwood Drive, Paget PG 05
N.B. Any person who knows if any of the above provisions have not been fulfilled, or why Bermudian Status should not be granted to the applicant(s), should send a written statement to the Chief Immigration Officer, Department of Immigration, P.O. Box HM 1364, Hamilton HM FX no later than the 13th September, 2010.
NO. 793
Notice is hereby given that application has been made to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, by the following person(s) for the grant of a Permanent Resident's Certificate, under the provisions of section 31B of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act, 1956, (viz: were ordinarily resident in Bermuda for the period of ten (10) years immediately preceding application; are of good conduct and character; are at least eighteen(18) years of age; are either: a) the brother or sister of a person who possesses Bermudian status or a permanent resident's certificate granted under section 31A; b) the natural parent of a person who possesses Bermudian status or a permanent resident's certificate granted under section 31A; c) the son or daughter of a person who was granted a permanent resident's certificate granted under section 31A and is above the upper limit of compulsory school age or d) the spouse of a person who was granted a permanent resident's certificate granted under section 31A).
ALEXANDER, Andrew Salpas, 8D Landmark Drive, Southampton SB 04
BARCLAY, Celesia Maria, 7 Christ Church Lane, Devonshire DV 06
BARCLAY, Seymour Malcolm, 11 Middle Road, Southampton SB 02
BARNES, Kelly Kathryn, ‘Cove Nest’, 5 Rocky Ridge Road, Smiths, HS 02
BEACH, Tracey, Lower Apartment, 25 Harlem Heights, Hamilton Parish CR 04
BENNETT-SMITH, Anne, 34 Ballast Point Road, St. George DD 02
BRIDGES, Samuel Mark, ‘Windward’, 48 North Shore Road, Hamilton Parish FL 04
BROADBELT, Marion Angela, 4 South Breakers Road, Smith’s HS 01
BURKE, Annefa Georgina, 14 Verdmont Road, Smith’s FL 05
DOWLING, Sheldon Richardo, Apartment 3, 45 Cambridge Road, Sandys MA 04
FISHER, Tesha Natasha, 17 Deepdale Road, Pembroke HM 18
GOULD, Martha Ann, ‘Aquamarine’, 10 Burnt House Hill, Unit 6, Warwick WK 04
GRAY, Allan William Buchanan, ‘Anchorlee’, 3 Key Bay Lane, Pembroke HM 05
GRAY, Gillian Edith, 3 Key Bay Lane, Pembroke HM 05
GRAY, William Buchanan, 17 Mill Shares Road, Pembroke HM 05
HERMAN, Phillip, 101 South Shore, Southampton SN 02
HOGG-CARMICHAEL, Marcia Elaine, 14 Verdmont Road, Smith’s FL 05
MARTIN, Kyle Stefan, 8 First Avenue, Pembroke HM 19
MILLER, Kaitlyn Christine, ‘Seaward’, 213 North Shore Road, Hamilton Parish CR 03
NOBLE, Deon Washington, 4 Berkeley Road, Pembroke HM 07
OLIVEIRA, Sylvia Sue-Yin, ‘Bahari’, 10 Saucos Hill, Smiths FL 05
POTTS, Emily Francis, 1 Garden Mews, 20 Crossfield Drive, Sandys MA 03
SCHRUM, Michael Lovell, 29 Pitts Bay Road, Pembroke HM 06
SCOTT, Craig Michael, West Apartment, 46 Middle Road, Smiths FL 07
SHARIFI, Mehryar, 6 Clarence Dale Road, Spanish Point, Pembroke HM 01
STAPFF, Natalie Yasmin, ‘Mount Royal’, Apt. 6, 2 Middle Road, Paget PG 03
SWAIN, Anita Marie, 9 Fairylands Road, Pembroke HM 06
TODD, Lauren Jeanetta, 1 Highland Road, Hamilton Parish CR 04
WALTHAM, Patricia Mary, 38 Harrington Hundreds, Smith’s FL 06
N.B. Any person who knows if any of the above provisions have not been fulfilled, or why a Permanent Resident's Certificate should not be granted to the applicant(s), should send a written statement to the Chief Immigration Officer, Department of Immigration, P.O. Box HM1364, Hamilton HM FX no later than the 13th September, 2010.
NO. 794
Notice is hereby given that application has been made to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, by the following person(s) for the grant of Bermudian status, under the provisions of section 20F of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act, 1956, (viz: were ordinarily resident in Bermuda on or before 31 July 1989; were ordinarily resident in Bermuda for the period of twenty (20) years immediately preceding application; were registered in the parliamentary register on 1 May 1976; are registered on the present – as of 31 October 2002 register and are of good character and conduct).
ANDERSON, Neil William, 3 Harvey Road, Paget PG 04
N.B. Any person who knows if any of the above provisions have not been fulfilled, or why Bermudian Status should not be granted to the applicant(s), should send a written statement to the Chief Immigration Officer, Department of Immigration, P.O. Box HM 1364, Hamilton HM FX no later than the 13th September, 2010.
NO. 795
Notice is hereby given that application has been made to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, by the following person(s) for the grant of Bermudian status, under the provisions of section 20E of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act, 1956, (viz: were ordinarily resident in Bermuda on or before 31 July 1969; were ordinarily resident in Bermuda for the period of twenty (20) years immediately preceding application; are of good character and conduct; are the parent of a child who possesses, or children each of whom possesses Bermudian status).
VALENTINE, Nancy Walters, 8 Jones Lane, Warwick PG 01
NO. 784
APPOINTMENT OF MARRIAGE OFFICER
Pursuant to the provisions of The Marriage Act 1944, the Minister of Energy, Telecommunications and E-Commerce, on the 20th August, 2010 licensed Rev. Timothy Haut as a Marriage Officer, thereby enabling him to perform a marriage ceremony in Bermuda on September 23, 2010 only.
NO. 785
APPOINTMENT OF MARRIAGE OFFICER
Pursuant to the provisions of The Marriage Act 1944, the Minister of Energy, Telecommunications & E-Commerce, on the 20th day of August 2010, licensed Pastor Eugene Thompson as a Marriage Officer, thereby enabling him to perform marriage ceremonies in Bermuda.
NO. 786
ACTING APPOINTMENT
THE MINISTRY OF ENERGY, TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND E-COMMERCE
DIRECTOR OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS
Mr. Michael Wells, Telecommunications Officer, has been appointed to act as Director of Telecommunications from 1st September 2010 to 15th September 2010 inclusive.
Kenneth S. Dill
Head of the Civil Service
NO. 787
BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY
INSURANCE ACT 1978
CANCELLATION OF REGISTRATION
UNDER SECTION 41(1)(a)
THE BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY in exercise of the powers conferred upon it by virtue of Section 41(1)(a) of the Insurance Act, 1978 (“the Act”), hereby cancels, at the request of the insurer(s) listed below, the Class 3A registration granted to the said insurer(s) under the Act:-
042707 (Bermuda) Ltd.
BY ORDER OF THE BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY
Leslie Robinson
Assistant Director, Insurance
Bermuda Monetary Authority
Dated this 25th day of June 2010
NO. 788
BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY
INSURANCE ACT 1978
CANCELLATION OF REGISTRATION
UNDER SECTION 42(1)(a)
THE BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY in exercise of the powers conferred upon it by virtue of Section 42(1)(a) of the Insurance Act, 1978 (“the Act”), hereby cancels, at the request of the Insurance Agent listed below, the Insurance Agent registration granted under the Act:-
Swiss Re Global Markets Limited
BY ORDER OF THE BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY
Leslie L. Robinson
Assistant Director, Insurance
Bermuda Monetary Authority
Dated this 13th day of June 2010
NO. 789
BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY
INSURANCE ACT 1978
CANCELLATION OF REGISTRATION
UNDER SECTION 41(1)(a)
THE BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY in exercise of the powers conferred upon it by virtue of Section 41(1)(a) of the Insurance Act, 1978 (“the Act”), hereby cancels, at the request of the insurer(s) listed below, the Class 2 registration granted to the said insurer(s) under the Act:-
sENERGY INSURANCE LTD.
BY ORDER OF THE BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY
Leslie L. Robinson
Assistant Director, Insurance
Bermuda Monetary Authority
Dated this 17th day of August 2010
NO. 790
ACTING APPOINTMENT
DEPARTMENT OF AIRPORT OPERATIONS
GENERAL MANAGER
Mr. Michael G. Osborn, Terminals Manager, has been appointed to act as General Manager for the Department of Airport Operations for the following period: 
August 26th – September 7th 2010
Kenneth S. Dill
Head of the Civil Service
NO. 791
Notice is hereby given that application has been made to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, by the following person(s) for the grant of a Permanent Resident's Certificate, under the provisions of section 31A of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act, 1956, (viz: were ordinarily resident in Bermuda on or before 31 July 1989; were ordinarily resident in Bermuda for the period of twenty (20) years immediately preceding application; are at least forty (40) years of age and are of good character and conduct).
BULHOES, Carlos Fernando De Sousa, 27 Camp Hill, Southampton, WK 03 
CLARK, Nigel Paul, 5 Salt Kettle Road, Paget PG 01
DESILVA, Gillian, 8 Keith Hall Road, Warwick WK 06
FIELD, Janet Elizabeth, 8 Coot Pond Road, St. George’s GE 03
GRIFFITHS, Nan Armstrong, ‘Winslow’, 20 Tankfield Hill, Paget PG 06
JACK, Graeme Houston, ‘The Cottage’, Lower Apartment, 22 Store Lane, Sandys SB 02
KOMPOSCH, Caroline Mary, 15 Hill Crescent, Pembroke HM 02
LOPES, Ilda Da Conceica Couto Oliveira, Olivewood Upper, 43 Harrington Sound Road, Hamilton Parish CR 04
MARTINS, Carlos Manuel Rodrigues, 28 Trinity Church Road, Hamilton Parish CR03
NOON, John Boland, 175 Middle Road, Southampton SN 02
NOON, Maureen Patricia, 175 Middle Road, Southampton SN 02
SANTOS, Jose Manuel Dos, 20 King Street, Pembroke HM 10
SOUSA, Anne Dylis, 12 Middletown Lane, Paget PG 03
SPEIGHT, Deborah Elizabeth, 12 Store Hill, Smiths FL 03
WHITE, Anthony Phillip, 3 Knapton Estates Road, Smiths HS 01
N.B. Any person who knows if any of the above provisions have not been fulfilled, or why a Permanent Resident's Certificate should not be granted to the applicant(s), should send a written statement to the Chief Immigration Officer, Department of Immigration, P.O. Box HM1364, Hamilton HM FX no later than the 13th September, 2010.
NO. 792
Notice is hereby given that application has been made to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, by the following person(s) for the grant of Bermudian status, under the provisions of section 20D of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act, 1956, (viz: were ordinarily resident in Bermuda on or before 31 July 1989; were ordinarily resident in Bermuda for the period of twenty (20) years immediately preceding application; are of good character and conduct and has other siblings all of whom possess Bermudian status).
JONES, Michael Peter Morgan, 4 Inwood Drive, Paget PG 05
N.B. Any person who knows if any of the above provisions have not been fulfilled, or why Bermudian Status should not be granted to the applicant(s), should send a written statement to the Chief Immigration Officer, Department of Immigration, P.O. Box HM 1364, Hamilton HM FX no later than the 13th September, 2010.
NO. 793
Notice is hereby given that application has been made to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, by the following person(s) for the grant of a Permanent Resident's Certificate, under the provisions of section 31B of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act, 1956, (viz: were ordinarily resident in Bermuda for the period of ten (10) years immediately preceding application; are of good conduct and character; are at least eighteen(18) years of age; are either: a) the brother or sister of a person who possesses Bermudian status or a permanent resident's certificate granted under section 31A; b) the natural parent of a person who possesses Bermudian status or a permanent resident's certificate granted under section 31A; c) the son or daughter of a person who was granted a permanent resident's certificate granted under section 31A and is above the upper limit of compulsory school age or d) the spouse of a person who was granted a permanent resident's certificate granted under section 31A).
ALEXANDER, Andrew Salpas, 8D Landmark Drive, Southampton SB 04
BARCLAY, Celesia Maria, 7 Christ Church Lane, Devonshire DV 06
BARCLAY, Seymour Malcolm, 11 Middle Road, Southampton SB 02
BARNES, Kelly Kathryn, ‘Cove Nest’, 5 Rocky Ridge Road, Smiths, HS 02
BEACH, Tracey, Lower Apartment, 25 Harlem Heights, Hamilton Parish CR 04
BENNETT-SMITH, Anne, 34 Ballast Point Road, St. George DD 02
BRIDGES, Samuel Mark, ‘Windward’, 48 North Shore Road, Hamilton Parish FL 04
BROADBELT, Marion Angela, 4 South Breakers Road, Smith’s HS 01
BURKE, Annefa Georgina, 14 Verdmont Road, Smith’s FL 05
DOWLING, Sheldon Richardo, Apartment 3, 45 Cambridge Road, Sandys MA 04
FISHER, Tesha Natasha, 17 Deepdale Road, Pembroke HM 18
GOULD, Martha Ann, ‘Aquamarine’, 10 Burnt House Hill, Unit 6, Warwick WK 04
GRAY, Allan William Buchanan, ‘Anchorlee’, 3 Key Bay Lane, Pembroke HM 05
GRAY, Gillian Edith, 3 Key Bay Lane, Pembroke HM 05
GRAY, William Buchanan, 17 Mill Shares Road, Pembroke HM 05
HERMAN, Phillip, 101 South Shore, Southampton SN 02
HOGG-CARMICHAEL, Marcia Elaine, 14 Verdmont Road, Smith’s FL 05
MARTIN, Kyle Stefan, 8 First Avenue, Pembroke HM 19
MILLER, Kaitlyn Christine, ‘Seaward’, 213 North Shore Road, Hamilton Parish CR 03
NOBLE, Deon Washington, 4 Berkeley Road, Pembroke HM 07
OLIVEIRA, Sylvia Sue-Yin, ‘Bahari’, 10 Saucos Hill, Smiths FL 05
POTTS, Emily Francis, 1 Garden Mews, 20 Crossfield Drive, Sandys MA 03
SCHRUM, Michael Lovell, 29 Pitts Bay Road, Pembroke HM 06
SCOTT, Craig Michael, West Apartment, 46 Middle Road, Smiths FL 07
SHARIFI, Mehryar, 6 Clarence Dale Road, Spanish Point, Pembroke HM 01
STAPFF, Natalie Yasmin, ‘Mount Royal’, Apt. 6, 2 Middle Road, Paget PG 03
SWAIN, Anita Marie, 9 Fairylands Road, Pembroke HM 06
TODD, Lauren Jeanetta, 1 Highland Road, Hamilton Parish CR 04
WALTHAM, Patricia Mary, 38 Harrington Hundreds, Smith’s FL 06
N.B. Any person who knows if any of the above provisions have not been fulfilled, or why a Permanent Resident's Certificate should not be granted to the applicant(s), should send a written statement to the Chief Immigration Officer, Department of Immigration, P.O. Box HM1364, Hamilton HM FX no later than the 13th September, 2010.
NO. 794
Notice is hereby given that application has been made to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, by the following person(s) for the grant of Bermudian status, under the provisions of section 20F of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act, 1956, (viz: were ordinarily resident in Bermuda on or before 31 July 1989; were ordinarily resident in Bermuda for the period of twenty (20) years immediately preceding application; were registered in the parliamentary register on 1 May 1976; are registered on the present – as of 31 October 2002 register and are of good character and conduct).
ANDERSON, Neil William, 3 Harvey Road, Paget PG 04
N.B. Any person who knows if any of the above provisions have not been fulfilled, or why Bermudian Status should not be granted to the applicant(s), should send a written statement to the Chief Immigration Officer, Department of Immigration, P.O. Box HM 1364, Hamilton HM FX no later than the 13th September, 2010.
NO. 795
Notice is hereby given that application has been made to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, by the following person(s) for the grant of Bermudian status, under the provisions of section 20E of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act, 1956, (viz: were ordinarily resident in Bermuda on or before 31 July 1969; were ordinarily resident in Bermuda for the period of twenty (20) years immediately preceding application; are of good character and conduct; are the parent of a child who possesses, or children each of whom possesses Bermudian status).
VALENTINE, Nancy Walters, 8 Jones Lane, Warwick PG 01
.B. Any person who knows if any of the above provisions have not been fulfilled, or why Bermudian Status should not be granted to the applicant(s), should send a written statement to the Chief Immigration Officer, Department of Immigration, P.O. Box HM 1364, Hamilton HM FX no later than the 13th September, 2010.
NO. 796
Notice is hereby given that application has been made to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, by the following person for the grant of Bermudian status under the provisions of section 19 of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act, 1956, (viz: are at least eighteen years old; have been ordinarily resident in Bermuda for ten [10] continuous years immediately preceding application; have a qualifying Bermudian connection and is of good character and conduct.)
ALEXANDER, Patricia Phage, 47 Sleepy Hollow Drive, Hamilton Parish
N.B.  Any person who knows if any of the above provisions have not been fulfilled, or why Bermudian status should not be granted to the applicant, should send a written statement to the Chief Immigration Officer, P.O. Box 1364, Hamilton HMFX, no later than 13th September, 2010.
NO. 797
APPOINTMENT
The Minister of the Environment and Sports has been pleased to make the following appointment with effect from 1st September 2010 to 31st December 2010.
ARCHITECTS REGISTRATION COUNCIL
Architects Registration Act 1974
Elizabeth Caulfield
NO. 798
ACTING APPOINTMENT
MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT & SPORTS
DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION SERVICES
DIRECTOR
Dr. Philippe Rouja, Custodian of Wrecks, Department of Conservation Services, has been appointed to act as Director of Conservation Services for the period 1st – 30th September 2010 inclusive. 
Kenneth S. Dill
Head of the Civil Service
NO. 799
ACTING APPOINTMENT
MINISTRY OF THE ENVIRONMENT & SPORTS
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
DIRECTOR
Dr. Tammy Trott, Senior Marine Resources Officer, Department of Environmental Protection, has been appointed to act as Director of Environmental Protection for the period 30th August 2010 to 3rd September 2010 inclusive.
Kenneth S. Dill
Head of the Civil Service
NO. 800
LISTING OF PLANNING APPLICATIONS 
REGISTERED
From Date: 8/18/2010     To Date:  8/23/2010.
Summary of Application Details
The applications shown below are available for review during normal working hours at the Department of Planning, 3rd Floor, Government Administration Building, 30 Parliament Street, Hamilton.
Any person wishing to object must do so within 14 days of the date of this publication (September 10, 2010).
Letters of objection should state any interest which the objector(s) may have in property nearby, supply an address at which notice may be served on the objector(s) and provide a concise statement of the grounds of objection.
For further information on the objection procedure see the Development and Planning (Applications Procedure) Rules 1997.
Application Application #
Devonshire
Webb, Ms. Grace P0351/10
27 Poinciana Road, Devonshire
Proposed 2 Storey, (2) Dwelling Apartment 
Addition - Ground Floor, One Bedroom, & 
Bathroom Apartment, & Upper Floor Level, 
Two Bedroom, One Bath Apartment (Total of 
(3) Units).
(Final)
Drew, Mr./Mrs. Michael P0352/10
13 Brimstone Hill, Devonshire
Proposed Study Room Addition, Master 
Bathroom Extension, New Water Tank, New 
Cess Pit, New Garage and New Gas & Electrical Enclosure.
(Final)
Hamilton
Wendell Gibbons & David Augustus S0034/10
11 Limehouse Lane, Hamilton
15 Limehouse Lane, Hamilton
17 Limehouse Lane, Hamilton
19 Limehouse Lane, Hamilton
5 Limehouse Lane, Hamilton
Proposed Boundary Adjustment and Grant of 
Right of Way and Easement.
(Final Plan)
Paget
Pedro, Mr. Roger Wayne P0283/10
42 Point Finger Road, Paget
Proposal for Change of Use from Residential 
to Doctor's Offices and Lab Facility.
(Final)
Harrington, Mr./Mrs. Mark & Beth P0350/10
1 Norden Lane, Paget
Proposed Additions to Create Master Bedroom 
and Bathroom, New Laundry and Kitchen, 
Proposed 3ft Max Height Rock Cut and 
Renovation of Existing Driveway with New 
Parking.
(Final)
Pembroke
Sinclair, Mr./Mrs. Michael P0349/10
10 Overock Hill, Pembroke
Proposed Internal Conversion to Create 
Second (2nd) Dwelling Unit.
(Final)
Sandys
Bone Fish P0348/10
2 Dockyard Terrace, Sandys
Proposed Covered Outdoor Dining Area and 
New Outdoor Bar Structure - Listed Building 
Site.
(Final)
Burchall, Mr. Raymond P0353/10
52 Somerset Road, Sandys
Proposed Garden Shed.
(Final)
Roberts, Ms. Alexamae P0354/10
8 Beach Road, Sandys
Proposed Extension to Existing Bathroom and Bedroom.
(Final)
NO. 801
TRADE/SERVICE MARKS
Notice is hereby given that person who has grounds of Opposition to the registration of any of the Marks advertised herein according to the Classes under the heading “Trademark Applications advertised before Registration” may within two months from the date of this publication lodge with the Registrar Notice of Opposition in writing in duplicate accompanied by a fee of $93 payable either by cheque made payable to the Accountant General, by cash or by Revenue Stamp obtainable at the Office of the Accountant General.
N.B. All trademarks are published under the NICE CLASSIFICATION (Eighth Edition) NCL (8)
TRADEMARKS APPLICATIONS ADVERTISED BEFORE REGISTRATION
Applications for registration in Part A are shown with the Official Number unaccompanied by any Letter.
Applications for in Part B are distinguished by the Letter B prefixed to the Official Number.
Class 9
CABLE & WIRELESS
Registration of this mark shall give no rights, separatly, to the exclusive use of the words "Cable" and "Wireless".
32869. Scientific, surveying, electric, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, signaling, checking (supervision) and teaching apparatus and instruments; apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound or images; magnetic data carriers, recording discs; calculating machines, data processing equipment and computers; computer programs and software; computer programs and software supplies on or for browsing on the Internet and for searching of data on global computer network including such when supplied from a global computer network or the Internet; electronic publications downloadable from the Internet; telecommunications apparatus, instruments (including modems), networks and circuitry including such for enabling, facilitating and routing connections to databases, global computer networks and the Internet; telephone, telex, tele-printer and electronic data communications apparatus and instruments; radio-paging apparatus; radio-telephone apparatus; electronic apparatus and instruments; all for the management and/or performance and analysis of telecommunications and data communications networks and circuits; optical and electro-optical apparatus and equipment for sending, transmitting and/or receiving data, information, pictures, images and/or sounds; cables for telecommunications; optical fibres, optical fibre links and circuitry; electronic apparatus and instruments for the retrieval, collection, processing, logging, storing, transmitting, reception, display and/or printing out of communication signals, data and information; apparatus and instruments for recording, receiving and/or transmitting video and/or sound signals and/or data and/or information; interactive electronic apparatus and instruments for telecommunication, transmission and reception of data, pictures and/or sounds and for ordering goods and/ or services; pre-paid cards for debiting and/or crediting financial accounts and for paying for goods or services; machine-readable debit and/or credit and/or charge cards; software for communicating with computer networks (e.g. the world-wide web); telecommunication software television, radio, video and audio apparatus, equipment and devices; apparatus for encrypting and decrypting electronic, video and/or sound signals and/or data; parts and fittings for the above goods; and parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods; all included in Class 9. CABLE AND WIRELESS PLC, 124 Theobalds Road, London WC1X 8RX, United Kingdom - 31/01/2001. Address for service is FIRSTMARK LTD, P.O. Box HM 3088, Hamilton HM NX, Bermuda.
To be associated with mark no: 28392, 32870, 32890, 32891, 32893
Class 14
GMT-MASTER
Registration of this mark shall give no rights to the exlusive use, separatel, of the letters "G','M', and 'T'.
33298. Anchors (clock and watch-making), atomic clocks, barrels (clock and watch-making), boxes of precious metal for needles, bracelets (jewellery), brooches (jewellery), buckles of precious metal, cases for clock and watch-making, cases for watches (presentation), chains (jewellery), charms (jewellery), chronographs (watches), chronometers, chronometrical instruments, clock cases, clock hands (clock and watch-making), clocks, clock and watches electric, control clocks (master clocks) cuff links, dial (clock and watch-making) diamonds, earrings, jewel cases of precious metal, jewellery, medallions (jewellery), movements for clocks watches, necklaces (jewellery), needle cases of precious metal, needle cases of precious metal, ornamental pins, ornaments (jewellery), pearls (jewellery), pendulums (clocks and watch-making), pins (jewellery), precious stones, rings (jewellery), semi-precious stones, silver ornaments, sundials, threads of precious metal (jewellery), time clocks (master clocks), trinkets (jewellery), watch bands, watch cases, watch chains, watch glasses, watch springs, watches, wire of precious metal (jewellery), wrist watches; all included in Class 14. ROLEX SA, 3-5-7 rue Francois-Dussaud, 1211 Geneva 24, Switzerland - 19/06/2001. Address for service is FIRSTMARK LTD, P.O. Box HM 3088, Hamilton HM NX, Bermuda.
Class 30
SNICKERS MARATHON
40638. Coffee, tea, cocoa, sugar, rice, tapioca, sago, artificial coffee; flour and preparations made from cereals, bread, pastry and confectionery, ices; honey, treacle; yeast, baking-powder; salt, mustard; vinegar, sauces (condiments); spices; ice; all included in Class 30. MARS INCORPORATED, 6885 Elm Street, McLean, Virginia, United States of America - 15/11/2003. Address for service is FIRSTMARK LTD, P.O. Box HM 3088, Hamilton HM NX, Bermuda.
To be associated with mark no: 20354, 20851, 21363, 21993, 34175, 34985, 40587, 4317
Class 3
Registration of this mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the word "Finest".
41256. Oils; all included in Class 3. KARRIEM FAREED, 12 Smith`s Ave., Warwick WK 07, Bermuda - 27/07/2004. Address for service is.
Class 32
PERONI NASTRO AZZURO
The Italian words "Nastro Azzurro" appearing in the mark means "Blue Ribbon". Registration of this mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the words "Nastro Azzurro".
46534. Beers; mineral and aerated waters and other non-alcoholic drinks; fruit drinks and fruit juices; syrups and other preparations for making beverages; all included in class 32. PERONI NASTRO AZZURRO LIMITED, IOMA House, Hope Street, Douglas, Isle of Man 
IMI 1AP, Unknown - 31/01/2007. Address for service is SMITH & CO, P O Box HM 2893, Hamilton HM LX, Bermuda.
To be associated with mark no: 46535
Class 5
ULTIMATE NUTRITION
47052. Vitamins and nutritional food supplements; all included in class 5. ULTIMATE NUTRITION, INC, 21 Hyde Road, Farmington, Connecticut 06032, United States of America - 05/07/2007. Address for service is SMITH & CO, P O Box HM 2893, Hamilton HM LX, Bermuda.
Class 32
GLACEAU SMARTWATER
47647. Beers; mineral and aerated waters and other non-alcoholic drinks; fruit drinks and fruit juices; syrups and other preparations for making beverages; all included in class 32. ENERGY BRANDS INC., 17-20 Whitestone Expressway, Whitestone, New York 11357, United States of America - 16/01/2008. Address for service is FIRSTMARK LTD, P.O. Box HM 3088, Hamilton HM NX, Bermuda.
To be associated with mark no: 47643, 47644, 47645, 47646, 47648
Class 36
UNION HAMILTON
Registration of this mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the word Hamilton.
48057. Reinsurance underwriting; all included in class 36. WACHOVIA CORPORATION, One Wachovia Center 301 South College Street, 30th Floor, Charlotte, North Carolina 28288-0630, United States of America - 05/05/2008. Address for service is SMITH & CO, P O Box HM 2893, Hamilton HM LX, Bermuda.
Class 9
PLACE2BFREE
48072. Cd's, DVD's and videos relating to women's health issues; all included in class 9. JOHNSON & JOHNSON, One Johnson & Johnson Plaza, New Brunswick, New Jersey 08933, United States of America - 06/05/2008. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.
To be associated with mark no: 48073, 48074
Class 25
48423. Clothing namely, shirts,  pants, sweaters, skirts, dresses,coats, suits, neckties, belts, swimwear, rainwear, sleepwear, namely. nightgowns, pajamas, and robes, lingerie, underwear, bras, socks, hosiery, gloves, mittens and scarves; footwear; headwear; all included in class 25. JUICY COUTURE, INC., 12720 Wentworth Street, Pacoima, California 91331, United States of America - 18/08/2008. Address for service is SMITH & CO., 95 Front Street, Hamilton HM 12, Bermuda.
Class 36
ENDURANCE YOUR RISK IS OUR FOCUS
Registration of this mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the word Risk.
48880. Reinsurance underwriting for all types of reinsurance, namely, property, casualty, property catastrophe, agriculture, marine, aerospace, surety and specialty reinsurance; reinsurance underwriting administration; reinsurance actuarial services; reinsurance claims administration; processing of reinsurance claims and payment data; financial evaluation for reinsurance purposes; reinsurance consultation services; accident insurance underwriting; appraisals for insurance claims of real estate; claims adjustment in the field of insurance; electronic processing of insurance claims and payment data; financial evaluation for insurance purposes; fire insurance underwriting; insurance actuarial services; insurance administration; insurance agency and brokerage; insurance brokerage in the field of property and casualty insurance; insurance carrier services; insurance claims administration; insurance claims processing; insurance consultation; insurance premium rate computing; insurance services, namely, writing property and casualty insurance; insurance subrogation and salvage; insurance underwriting in the field of property, casualty, healthcare liability, worker’s compensation, and professional liability insurance; insurance underwriting consultation; providing information in insurance matters; all included in class 36. ENDURANCE SPECIALTY HOLDINGS LTD., Wellesley House, 90 Pitts Bay Road, Pembroke HM08, Bermuda - 04/02/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.
To be associated with mark no: 48877, 48878, 48879, 48881
Class 36
YOUR RISK IS OUR FOCUS
Registration of this mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the word Risk.
48881. Reinsurance underwriting for all types of reinsurance, namely, property, casualty, property catastrophe, agriculture, marine, aerospace, surety and specialty reinsurance; reinsurance underwriting administration; reinsurance actuarial services; reinsurance claims administration; processing of reinsurance claims and payment data; financial evaluation for reinsurance purposes; reinsurance consultation services; accident insurance underwriting; appraisals for insurance claims of real estate; claims adjustment in the field of insurance; electronic processing of insurance claims and payment data; financial evaluation for insurance purposes; fire insurance underwriting; insurance actuarial services; insurance administration; insurance agency and brokerage; insurance brokerage in the field of property and casualty insurance; insurance carrier services; insurance claims administration; insurance claims processing; insurance consultation; insurance premium rate computing; insurance services, namely, writing property and casualty insurance; insurance subrogation and salvage; insurance underwriting in the field of property, casualty, healthcare liability, worker’s compensation, and professional liability insurance; insurance underwriting consultation; providing information in insurance matters; all included in class 36. ENDURANCE SPECIALTY HOLDINGS LTD., Wellesley House, 90 Pitts Bay Road, Pembroke HM08, Bermuda - 04/02/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.
To be associated with mark no: 48880
Class 36
RBC ROYAL BANK
Registration of this mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the words "Royal" and "Bank"
48901. Financial services, namely banking services; cash management services; services namely credit cards, loans and mortgages; currency services, namely money market, clearing, trade, foreign exchange, lending and currency management services; custodial and pension services; debit card services; deposit services, namely savings, chequing and guaranteed investment accounts; electronic banking; employee benefit trusts; financial advice; financial leasing; financial planning and tax registered plans; fixed income research, sales and trading; individual pension plans; insurance; investment and portfolio management services; investment advice, counselling and advisory services; investment banking; lending and currency management services; merchant banking; mergers and acquisitions advice and execution; mutual fund services, namely mutual fund brokerage, mutual fund investment and mutual fund distribution; project financing; real estate investment advice and property management services; real estate advisory services; real estate brokerage; securities brokerage services; services related to administration of assets namely custody and settlement, securities administration, financial reporting, securities lending; securities trading; services related to the management of pooled funds and pension funds; share plans; stock brokerage; syndicated loans and asset secuntization and structured finance; tax advice; trade financing services; trading of equities, equity derivatives, swaps and options; transaction processing in the global securities, cash management, payments and trade business in select markets; trust and estate services; trust and asset management; venture capital investment; and wealth management services; insurance and reinsurance services, namely property and casualty insurance; life and health insurance; annuities; segregated funds; travel insurance; life, health, property and casualty reinsurance, structured finance;creditor insurance; underwriting insurance services; services related to the administration of insurance; information and advice relating to insurance and reinsurance; all included in class 36. ROYAL BANK OF CANADA A/S RBC LAW GROUP, 1Place Ville Marie, 4th Floor - East Wing, Montreal, Quebec H3C 3AG, Canada - 10/02/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.
To be associated with mark no: 32883, 33457, 33458, 33462
Class 41
TAKING ON THE WORLD'S TOUGHEST ENERGY CHALLENGES
49120. Providing of training; education including education of the public on issues relating to the exploration, production, transportation refining and use of petroleum products, natural gas and chemical products; all included in class 41. EXXON MOBIL CORPORATION, 5959 Las Colinas Blvd., Irving, Texas, U.S.A. 75039-2298, United States of America - 29/06/2009. Address for service is Firstmark, Swan Building, 26 Victoria Street, Hamilton HM12, Bermuda.
To be associated with mark no: 49118, 49121
Class 9
ORANGE
49208. Electrical and electronic communications and telecommunications apparatus and instruments; communications and telecommunications apparatus and instruments; electrical and electronic apparatus and instruments all for processing, logging, storing, transmission, retrieval or reception of data; apparatus and instruments for recording, transmission, amplifying or reproduction of sound, images, information or encoded data; cameras; photographic apparatus, instruments and equipment; image processing apparatus, instruments and equipment; television and radio apparatus and instruments; telecommunication, radio and television broadcasting transmitters and receivers; apparatus for access to broadcast or transmitted programmes; holograms; computers; peripheral devices for computers; programmed-data-carrying electronic circuits; computer programs; computer software; discs, tapes and wires all being magnetic data carriers; blank and prerecorded magnetic cards; data cards; memory cards; smart cards; cards containing microprocessors; integrated circuit cards; electronic identification cards; telephone cards; telephone credit cards; credit cards; debit cards; cards for electronic games designed for use with telephones; CD ROMS; magnetic, digital and optical data carriers; magnetic, digital and optical data recording and storage media (blank and pre-recorded); computer software supplied from the Internet; electronic publications (downloadable) provided on-line from computer databases or the Internet; computer software and telecommunications apparatus (including modems) to enable connection to databases, local area networks and the Internet; computer software to enable teleconferencing, videoconferencing and videophone services; computer software to enable searching and retrieval of data; computer software for accessing databases, telecommunications services, computer networks and electronic bulletin boards; computer games software; digital music (downloadable) provided from a computer database or the Internet; digital music (downloadable) provided from MP3 Internet websites; devices for playing music received from the Internet; MP3 players; photographs, pictures, graphics, sound bytes, films, videos and audio-visual programmes (downloadable) provided on-line or from computer databases or the Internet or Internet websites; remote monitoring apparatus and instruments; computer software for use in remote monitoring; satellite transmitters and receivers; telecommunications and broadcasting satellites; radio telephone beacons and telephone masts; electric wires and cables; optical cables; resistance wires; electrodes; telecommunications systems and installations; terminals for telephone networks; telephone switchboards; telecommunications signal input, storage, conversion and processing apparatus; telephone equipment; equipment for fixed, transportable, mobile, hands-free or voice-activated telephones; multimedia terminals; interactive terminals for displaying and ordering goods and services; paging, radio paging and radio-telephone apparatus and instruments; telephones, mobile telephones and telephone handsets; facsimile machines; accessories for telephones and telephone handsets; adapters for use with telephones; battery chargers for use with telephones; desk or car mounted units incorporating a loudspeaker to allow a telephone handset to be used hands-free; in- car telephone handset cradles; bags and cases specially adapted for holding or carrying portable telephones and telephone equipment and accessories; computerised personal organisers; aerials; batteries; micro processors; key boards; modems; calculators; display screens; electronic global positioning systems; electronic navigational, tracking and positioning apparatus and instruments; monitoring (other than in-vivo monitoring) apparatus and instruments; radio apparatus and instruments; electrical control, testing (other than in-vivo testing), signalling, checking (supervision) and teaching apparatus and instruments; optical and electro-optical apparatus and instruments; video films; audiovisual apparatus and equipment; electronic games equipment and apparatus; electrical and electronic accessories and peripheral equipment designed and adapted for use with computers, audio-visual apparatus and electronic games equipment and apparatus; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods; but not including any of the aforesaid goods coloured orange; all included in class 9. ORANGE PERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES LIMITED, St. James Court, Great Park Road, Almondsbury Park, Bradley Stoke, Bristol, United Kingdom - 11/08/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.
To be associated with mark no: 30361, 30362, 49209, 49210, 49211, 49212, 49215
Class 3
BEST FOR BABY
Registration of this mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the word "Baby" separate and apart from the mark.
49269. Skin care and hair care preparations, namely, washes, moisturizers, creams, lotions, shampoo, conditioner and detanglers; all included in Class 3. JOHNSON & JOHNSON, One Johnson & Johnson Plaza, New Brunswick, New Jersey 08933, United States of America - 02/09/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.
Class 34
It is a condition of registration that the blank space within the mark shall, when the mark is in use, be occupied only by matter of a wholly descriptive and non trade-mark character.
49353. Tobacco, whether manufactured or unmanufactured; smoking tobacco, pipe tobacco, hand rolling tobacco, chewing tobacco, snus tobacco; cigarettes, cigars, cigarillos; substances for smoking sold separately or blended with tobacco, none being for medicinal or curative purposes; snuff; smokers’ articles included in class 34; cigarette papers; cigarette tubes and matches; all included in class 34. JAPAN TOBACCO INC., 2-2-1 Toranomon, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan - 12/10/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.
To be associated with mark no: 179, 34112, 48626, 48627, 48628, 48629, 48630, 49207, 49293, 49354, 627
Class 12
AMAZER 3G MAXX
Registration of this mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the letter G and the numeral 3 separate and apart from the mark.
49384. Tyres, tubes and flaps for automobiles; all included in Class 12. APOLLO TYRES A.G., Landis + Gyr-Strasse 1, 6300 Zug, Switzerland - 20/10/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.
To be associated with mark no: 49385, 49386
Class 12
ACELERE MAXX
49385. Tyres, tubes and flaps for automobiles; all included in Class 12. APOLLO TYRES A.G., Landis + Gyr-Strasse 1, 6300 Zug, Switzerland - 20/10/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.
To be associated with mark no: 49384, 49386
Class 12
ASPIRE MAXX
49386. Tyres, tubes and flaps for automobiles; all included in Class 12
. APOLLO TYRES A.G., Landis + Gyr-Strasse 1, 6300 Zug, Switzerland - 20/10/2009. Address for service is CONYERS DILL & PEARMAN, P. O. Box HM 666, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.
To be associated with mark no: 49384, 49385
Class 45
DLA
Proceeding by reason of Section 18 (4) UK Trademark No.2154803
49554. Legal services; consultancy services relating to intellectual property, patents, trade marks and designs; copyright management services; intellectual property licensing services; professional consultancy services, all relating to legal services, intellectual property services, licensing services, searching and research services, the establishment, enforcement, maintenance and exploitation of patents and trade marks and other intellectual property rights; legal information services; political lobbying service; advisory and consultancy services relating to procurement; all included in class 45. DLA PIPER UK LLP, 3 Noble Street, London EC2V 7EE, United Kingdom - 26/01/2010. Address for service is FIRSTMARK LTD, P.O. Box HM 3088, Hamilton HM NX, Bermuda.
Class 34
Registration of this mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the words "Tobacco" and "Filter".
49558. Tobacco, raw or manufactured; tobacco products, including cigars, cigarettes, cigarillos, tobacco for roll your own cigarettes, pipe tobacco, chewing tobacco, snuff tobacco, kretek; snus; tobacco substitutes (not for medical purposes); smokers’ articles, including cigarette paper and tubes, cigarette filters, tobacco tins, cigarette cases and ashtrays, pipes, pocket apparatus for rolling cigarettes, lighters; matches; all included in class 34. PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, 2000 Neuchatel, Switzerland - 27/01/2010. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, P O Box HM 1561, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda.
Class 3
HYDRO SHIELD
49580. Soaps, perfumeries, essential oils, preparations for body and beauty care, hair lotions, dentifrices; all included in class 3. WELLA AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT, Berliner Allee 65 64274, Darmstadt, Germany - 16/02/2010. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, P O Box HM 1561, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda.
To be associated with mark no: 49581
Class 44
HYDRO SHIELD
49581. Services of a hairdresser, services of a beauty parlour, services of a hairdressing salon; professional consultation in the hairdressers domain via the Internet (except management consulting); all included in class 44. WELLA AKTIENGESELLSCHAFT, Berliner Allee 65 64274, Darmstadt, Germany - 16/02/2010. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, P O Box HM 1561, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda.
To be associated with mark no: 49580
Class 34
It is a condition of registration that the blank space within the mark shall, when the mark is in use, be occupied only by matter of a wholly descriptive and non trade-mark character.
49600. Tobacco, raw or manufactured; tobacco products, including cigars, cigarettes, cigarillos, tobacco for roll your own cigarettes, pipe tobacco, chewing tobacco, snuff tobacco, kretek; snus; tobacco substitutes (not for medical purposes); smokers’ articles, including cigarette paper and tubes, cigarette filters, tobacco tins, cigarette cases and ashtrays, pipes, pocket apparatus for rolling cigarettes, lighters; matches; all included in class 34. PHILIP MORRIS PRODUCTS S.A., Quai Jeanrenaud 3, 2000 Neuchatel, Switzerland - 22/02/2010. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, P O Box HM 1561, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda.
To be associated with mark no: 2809, 4053, 46686, 46687, 49491, 7781
Class 25
49617. Clothing, footwear, headgear; all included in class 25. CONSOLIDATED ARTISTS B.V., Lijnbaan 68, 3012 EP Rotterdam, Netherlands - 05/03/2010. Address for service is APPLEBY, Canon's Court, 22 Victoria Street, Hamilton HM 12, Bermuda.
Class 3
IRIDIUM
49691. Cosmetics; all included in class 3. SHERATON INTERNATIONAL, INC., 1111 Westchester Avenue, White Plains, New York 10606, United States of America - 30/03/2010. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, P O Box HM 1561, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda.
To be associated with mark no: 49693
Class 44
IRIDIUM
49693. Medical services; veterinary services; hygienic and beauty care for human beings or animals; agriculture, horticulture and forestry services; beauty and hygiene services, massage services, and day spa services; all included in class 44. SHERATON INTERNATIONAL, INC., 1111 Westchester Avenue, White Plains, New York 10606, United States of America - 30/03/2010. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, P O Box HM 1561, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda.
To be associated with mark no: 49691
Class 33
BAREFOOT BUBBLY
Registration of this mark shall give no right to the exclusive use of the word "Bubbly".
49694. Alcoholic beverages (except beers); all included in class 33. E. & J. GALLO WINERY, 600 Yosemite Boulevard, Modesto, California 95354, United States of America - 30/03/2010. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, P O Box HM 1561, Hamilton HM FX, Bermuda.
Class 11
49696. Air conditioning installations; ventilation [air—conditioning] installations and apparatus; air reheaters; radiators, electric; heat accumulators; laundry dryers, electric; fans [air—conditioning]; air dehumidifiers; air purifying apparatus and machines; cooking apparatus and installations; extractor hoods for kitchen use; coal gas water heaters; electric water heaters; electromagnetic oven; cooking utensils, electric; electric drinking water dispensers; electric kettles; air humidifiers; pressure cookers [autoclaves], electric; air conditioners for vehicles; fans (parts or air conditioning installations); filters for air conditioning; heater for vehicles; air dryers; air sterilizers; electric hair dryers; evaporators; sterilizers; sterilizing cupboard; heat exchangers [not parts of machines]; exhaust fans; solar energy water heaters; electric iron pans; heaters for baths; gas burners; air refreshers; refrigerators; microwave ovens [cooking apparatus]; water purification installations; dish washers; egg boilers; electric appliances for making yogurt; steam facial apparatus [saunas]; bread toasters; electric coffee machines; electric foot washers; bakers ovens; electric slow-cookers; all included in class 11. GREE ELECTRIC APPLIANCES, INC. OF ZHUHAI, Jinji West Road, Qianshan, Zhuhai, Guangdong, China - 31/03/2010. Address for service is APPLEBY, Canon's Court, 22 Victoria Street, Hamilton HM 12, Bermuda.
To be associated with mark no: 49582, 49583, 49584, 49586, 49587
Class 14
49800. Jewellery; rings; bracelets; pendants; chains; jewellery cases; watch cases; cuff links; earrings; watch bands; wristwatches; charms; brooches; chronographs; tie pins; cases for watches; medals; medallions; ornaments; precious stones; horological and chronometric instruments; watches; all included in class 14. AKILLIS, 100 Rue d'Estreux, 59264 Onnaing, France - 13/05/2010. Address for service is COX HALLETT WILKINSON, 18 Parliament Street, Hamilton HM12, Bermuda.
Class 5
SAFLUTAN
49806. Pharmaceutical preparations, namely ophthalmic preparations for the treatment of glaucoma; all included in Class 5. MERCK SHARP & DOHME CORP., One Merck Drive, P.O. Box 100, Whitehouse Station, New Jersey, United States of America - 19/05/2010. Address for service is CONYERS, DILL &PEARMAN, P.O. BOX 666, Clarendon House, Church Street, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.
Class 32
FRIZE
49849. Mineral waters, aerated and carbonated waters, flavoured waters, soft drinks of plant extracts, fruit juice aerated drinks; all included in Class 32. SUMOL + COMPAL MARCAS, S.A., Estrada da Portela, No.9 Portela de Carnaxide 2790-124 CARNAXIDE, Portugal - 20/05/2010. Address for service is Firstmark, Swan Building, 26 Victoria Street, Hamilton HM12, Bermuda.
Class 5
49858. Medicines and pharmaceutical preparations; ophthalmic preparations; all included in Class 5. MERCK SHARP & DOHME CORP., One Merck Drive, P.O. Box 100, Whitehouse Station, New Jersey, United States of America - 31/05/2010. Address for service is CONYERS, DILL &PEARMAN, P.O. BOX 666, Clarendon House, Church Street, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.
Class 5
KADCYLA
49859. Pharmaceutical preparations; all included in class 5. F. HOFFMANN-LA ROCHE AG, Grenzacherstrasse 124, 4070 Basel, Switzerland - 31/05/2010. Address for service is CONYERS, DILL &PEARMAN, P.O. BOX 666, Clarendon House, Church Street, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.
Class 5
SYLBINDA
49945. Human pharmaceutical preparations; all included in Class 5. JOHNSON & JOHNSON, One Johnson & Johnson Plaza, New Brunswick, New Jersey 08933, United States of America - 30/06/2010. Address for service is CONYERS, DILL &PEARMAN, P.O. BOX 666, Clarendon House, Church Street, Hamilton HM CX, Bermuda.
NO. 802
Notice is hereby given that application has been made to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, by the following persons for the grant of Bermudian status under the provisions of section 19A of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act, 1956, (viz: has been married to the same Bermudian for ten [10] continuous years, during that marriage has been ordinarily resident in Bermuda for seven [7] years, the last two [2] years of which must be continuous to the date of application; has been living together with his/her Bermudian spouse as husband and wife continuously for the two [2] years immediately preceding his/her application; and is of good character and conduct.)
CASH, Kristina Jean, 73 My Lord’s Bay Lane, Hamilton Parish 
DEAN-REDMAN, Thania Thomasina, 8 Fork Lane, Southampton Parish 
HODGKINS, Jean Roberta, 14 Pie Crust Place, Southampton Parish 
JAMES-OUTERBRIDGE, Tina Mae, 6 School Crescent, Sandy’s Parish 
WHITE, Claire Dawn, 11 Floral Lane, St. Georges Parish 
N.B. Any person who knows if any of the above provisions have not been fulfilled, or why Bermudian status should not be granted to the applicants, should send a written statement to the Chief Immigration Officer, Department of Immigration, P.O. Box HM 1364, Hamilton HMFX no later than 13 September, 2010. 
BERMUDA
FISHERIES REGULATIONS 2010
BR 55/2010
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 Citation
2 Interpretation
3 Issue of licences by the Director and Chairperson
4 Application for fishing vessel licence
5 Issue of fishing vessel licence
6 Fixed fishing gear
7 Register of licensed fishing vessels
8 Identification marks
9 Transfer of interest
10 Production of fishing vessel licence
11 Catch and effort returns
12 Register of fishermen
13 Designation as full-time fisherman
14 Use of fishing nets
15 General restrictions on taking fish
16 General restrictions on taking lobster
17 General restrictions on landing fish
18 Sale of fish taken from the EEZ
19 Sale of imported fish
20 Protected fish
21 Closed season for spiny lobsters
22 Spearfishing
23 Grant of licence to use fishing lines rigged with more than 15 hooks
24 Duty to return fish which may not be taken
25 Using fixed fishing gear
26 Use of explosives, poison, dredge or trawl
27 Prohibition against introducing live or unfrozen and uncooked fish into waters of Bermuda
28 Interfering with fishing gear without consent of owner
29 Punishment of offenders and forfeiture; suspension or revocation of licence
30 Appeals to Minister
31 Inspection and enforcement
32 Revocation
SCHEDULE
The Minister responsible for Environmental Protection, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 13 of the Fisheries Act 1972, makes the following Regulations:
Citation
1 These Regulations may be cited as the Fisheries Regulations 2010.
Interpretation
2 (1) In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires—
“Act” means the Fisheries Act 1972;
“Bermudian status” shall have the meaning ascribed to it under section 4 of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act 1956;
“Chairperson” means the Chairperson of the Council;
“Council” means the Commercial Fisheries Council established under section 3A of the Act;
“Department” means the Department of Environmental Protection;
“Director” means the Director of the Department of Environmental Protection;
“fisherman” means any person who engages in fishing for reward or who disposes of his catch for financial gain, and includes the operator and crew of a charter fishing vessel but does not include a person engaged in fishing from a foreign fishing vessel;
“fishing net” has the meaning assigned to that expression in paragraph (2);
“fishing vessel licence” means a licence to use a fishing vessel issued under regulation 5;
“fish pot” includes every kind of trap for taking or holding fish;
“fixed fishing gear” means any fish pot, trap, weir, snare or other type of stationary gear that is used for taking fish;
“foreign” in relation to a fishing vessel has the meaning assigned to it by section 7(3) of the Act;
“full-time fisherman” means a person designated as such by the Chairperson under regulation 13;
“holding” in relation to live fish, means storing or retaining;
“lobster” means any crustacea of the family Palinuridae, including spiny, guinea chick or star lobster, or of the family Scyllaridae, including locust or sand lobster;
“owner” in relation to a fishing vessel includes a part owner and any person who has possession of a fishing vessel by virtue of a hire purchase agreement or a demise charter party;
“permanent resident” shall have the meaning ascribed to it under section 23 of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act 1956;
“prescribed” in relation to any fee means prescribed by regulations made under the Government Fees Act 1965 ;
“registered fisherman” means a person registered under regulation 12 as a registered fisherman;
“sell” includes offer or expose for sale;
“shellfish” means crustacea and mollusca;
“use” means use for the purpose of taking fish.
(2) “Fishing net” means any form of net for taking or holding fish, namely a bait net, gill net, cast net, seine and trawl which, for the purposes of these Regulations, are defined as follows—
(a) “bait net” means any surrounding fishing net—
(i) the length of which does not exceed 150 feet; and
(ii) the depth of which does not exceed 18 feet; and
(iii) of which the distance between the knots or intersection of any mesh is not less than one-eighth of an inch nor more than one-half of an inch when measured diagonally at full stretch;
(b) “cast net” means any circular fishing net which may be deployed by being thrown from the hands, and of which the distance between the knots or intersections of any mesh is not less than one-eighth of an inch (3.2mm) or greater than one-half of an inch (12.7 mm) when measured diagonally at full stretch;
(c) “gill net” means any fishing net designed or used for entangling fish, and includes bottom and floating entangling gill nets and all nets constructed of monofilament twine, except a cast net;
(d) “seine” means any net, other than a bait net, used for hauling fish by surrounding the fish;
(e) “trawl” means any net used for catching fish by dragging with one or more vessels.
Issue of licences by the Director and Chairperson
3 (1) The Director and the Chairperson shall be the authorities responsible for the issue of all licences under these Regulations.
(2) Where the Chairperson is the authority to issue a licence, he shall do so on the advice of the Director.
(3) The Director shall before issuing a licence or before advising the Chairperson under paragraph (2) have regard to—
(a) the economic condition and safety of the local fishing industry;
(b) the condition of the marine environment of Bermuda, including but not limited to, the condition of the existing fish populations;
(c) the number of fishing vessel licences already issued; and
(d) the promotion, development, improvement or protection of fisheries and the fishing industry in Bermuda.
(4) Nothing in these Regulations shall require the Director to issue any licence or advise the Chairperson to issue any licence if he is of the opinion that the issue of such licence would not be in the interest of the promotion, development, improvement or protection of fisheries and the fishing industry in Bermuda.
Application for fishing vessel licence
4 (1) An application for a fishing vessel licence shall be made by the owner of the fishing vessel, to the Chairperson, setting out the name and address of the owner of the vessel and of each fisherman operating from such vessel and shall be in such form as the Director may determine.
(2) An application under paragraph (1) shall only be made during such period in any year as may be specified by the Director by notice published in the Gazette.
Issue of fishing vessel licence
5 (1) Upon receipt of an application for a fishing vessel licence and the prescribed fee, the Chairperson may issue a fishing vessel licence, valid for one year, ending in March, to the owner of the fishing vessel.
(2) The Director may impose such conditions as he may think fit, on a licence to be issued by the Chairperson under paragraph (1), for the better regulation of the fishing industry and the safety of fishing vessels.
(3) A person shall not be qualified to be issued with a fishing vessel licence under this regulation unless he has Bermudian status, he is a spouse of a person with Bermudian status or he is a permanent resident.
(4) When the Chairperson issues a fishing vessel licence under paragraph (1), he shall also issue to the owner, a coloured decal in such form as the Director may determine, indicating that the fishing vessel is licensed for the current year.
(5) When the fishing vessel is in use, the owner or the person in charge of the vessel shall exhibit the coloured decal referred to in paragraph (4) on the fishing vessel in respect of which it was issued, in such manner and in such position as the Director may direct, by notice published in the Gazette.
(6) An owner or a person in charge of a vessel who fails to comply with paragraph (5) commits an offence.
(7) Any person, other than a registered fisherman, who uses or allows a person to use a licensed fishing vessel in the exclusive economic zone, commits an offence.
Fixed fishing gear
6 (1) Notwithstanding any provision in these Regulations, it shall be lawful for a person to have in his possession or to use a fixed fishing gear if that person is authorised by a licence issued by the Director or the Chairperson, to have in his possession or to use such gear for any of the following purposes:
(a) scientific research or experiment;
(b) exploiting certain marine resources specified in the licence;
(c) aquaculture.
(2) The Director may impose such conditions as he thinks fit on a licence issued under paragraph (1) and the conditions shall be specified in the licence.
(3) Any person who is not licensed in accordance with this regulation and who is found in possession of, or using a fixed fishing gear, commits an offence.
(4) Any person who is licensed in accordance with this regulation but uses a fixed fishing gear for a purpose other than for any of the purposes mentioned in paragraph (1), commits an offence.
Register of licensed fishing vessels
7 (1) The Chairperson shall keep a register of every fishing vessel in respect of which a fishing vessel licence has been issued which shall set out the name and address of the owner and of each fisherman operating from such vessel and any conditions of the licence imposed under regulation 5(2).
(2) Any person, on payment of the prescribed fee may—
(a) inspect the register of licensed fishing vessels;
(b) require to be furnished with a certificate of the registration in the register of any licensed fishing vessel or owner thereof or with a certified copy of an entry in the register.
(3) A certificate of registration or a certified copy of an entry in the register shall be certified under the hand of an officer of the Department, authorised in that behalf and, if it purports to be so certified, shall in all legal proceedings, whether civil or criminal, be prima facie evidence of the facts certified therein.
Identification marks
8 (1) The Chairperson shall assign a separate identification mark to every fishing vessel licensed and registered under these Regulations and shall enter in the register of licensed fishing vessels and in the fishing vessel licence, the marks so assigned.
(2) Every licensed fishing vessel shall display the identification mark assigned to it, on the sides of the vessel and on the cabin top or the deck in such position as to be visible from above in characters not less than nine inches in height and one and one-half inches in width and spaced not less than three inches apart and the characters shall be marked red, black or such other colour contrasting with the background on which they are displayed as may in any particular case, be approved by a fisheries inspector.
(3) The owner of a licensed fishing vessel who fails to comply with paragraph (2), commits an offence.
(4) Any person who owns or operates any fishing vessel or any vessel which is not a licensed fishing vessel and which is marked with an identification mark which so resembles an identification mark assigned under this regulation as to be calculated to deceive, commits an offence.
(5) Any person whose fishing vessel licence has been suspended or revoked pursuant to any of these Regulations shall, upon such suspension or revocation, immediately remove from the vessel any mark identifying it as a licensed fishing vessel.
(6) A person who fails to comply with paragraph (5) commits an offence.
Transfer of interest
9 (1) A registered owner of a licensed fishing vessel desiring to transfer a licence issued to him under regulation 5 to another vessel he owns, shall make an application to the Chairperson, for such transfer, in such form as the Director may determine.
(2) Upon receipt of an application for the transfer of a licence under paragraph (1), the Chairperson may—
(a) reissue the licence in respect of the vessel to which the owner wants the licence to be transferred, after making such modifications as the Director may deem necessary for the better regulation of the fishing industry and must continue in force any conditions of the licence imposed by the Director under regulation 5; or
(b) refuse to permit the transfer of the licence.
Production of fishing vessel licence
10 (1) The registered owner of a licensed fishing vessel shall produce his licence when so required by a fisheries inspector.
(2) It shall be sufficient compliance with this regulation if the person on whom the requirement is imposed produces such licence at a police station within twenty-four hours of the time of the requirement.
(3) Any person who fails to comply with paragraph (1), commits an offence.
Catch and effort returns
11 (1) The owner or operator of every licensed fishing vessel shall keep a correct daily log of catch and effort statistics relating to the operation of that licensed fishing vessel and shall make a return of the catch and effort statistics, to the Director, at such time and in such form as the Director may determine by notice in the Gazette.
(2) The owner or, as the case may be, the operator of a licensed fishing vessel who fails to keep a correct daily log of catch and effort statistics or make the returns required by paragraph (1), commits an offence.
(3) In the event of a second or subsequent contravention of this regulation, the Chairperson may by notice to the owner, suspend or revoke his fishing vessel licence.
Register of fishermen
12 (1) The Chairperson shall maintain a register containing the names and addresses of all fishermen ordinarily resident in Bermuda.
(2) Any person desiring to be registered as a fisherman shall apply to the Chairperson in writing and pay the prescribed fee, to have his name and address entered in the register of fishermen maintained by the Chairperson under this regulation.
(3) The Chairperson may, upon being satisfied that the applicant is qualified to be registered as a fisherman, register him as a fisherman by entering his name and address in the register of fishermen, subject to such terms and conditions as the Director may think fit, for the better regulation of the fishing industry, and issue the registered fisherman with a photo identification.
(4) In the event of any change of address of a person who has applied to be registered as a fisherman or the change of address of a person registered as a fisherman, the applicant or the registered fisherman as the case may be, shall notify the Chairperson of the new address, within thirty days of the change.
(5) Any registered fisherman who fails to comply with any of the terms and conditions imposed on his licence under paragraph (3) or inform the Chairperson of a change of address as required under paragraph (4), commits an offence.
(6) A person shall not be qualified to be registered as a fisherman unless the person has Bermudian status, is a spouse of a person with Bermudian status or is a permanent resident.
(7) The registration of any person as a fisherman under this regulation shall expire on 31 March of each year unless renewed upon payment of the prescribed fee for registration.
(8) The Chairperson may strike the name of a person registered as a fisherman, off the register or may refuse to register a person, for stated misconduct.
Designation as full-time fisherman
13 (1) The Chairperson shall, upon receipt of an application and the payment of the prescribed fee, on the advice of the Director, designate a fisherman as a full-time fisherman.
(2) The Chairperson shall from time to time, on the advice of the Director, by notice in the Gazette, publish the criteria for designating a fisherman as a full-time fisherman.
Use of fishing nets
14 (1) Without prejudice to regulations 15 and 16, any person who uses any fishing net other than a cast net or a bait net—
(a) in that part of Flatts Inlet lying to the east of the piers of the former railway bridge at Flatts; or 
(b) in Harrington Sound, 
commits an offence.
(2) Without prejudice to any other provision of law, any person who—
(a) sets a fishing net in such a manner as to obstruct free access to any channel, pier, dock or landing; or
(b) sets a fishing net in the exclusive economic zone and does not remove the net within a period of six days from the time it was set; or
(c) uses a bait net, except for holding fish, other than as a single bait net; or
(d) uses or has in his vessel a gill net, unless authorised to use or have in his vessel such a net, by a permit issued by the Director in writing,
commits an offence.
(3) Notwithstanding this regulation, the Director may permit any registered fisherman to allow his net to remain in the exclusive economic zone for a period exceeding six days from the time it was set, and such permission may be subject to such conditions as the Director may impose.
(4) Any person who, in any of the places specified in paragraph (1) takes by any fishing net any —
(a) yellowtail snapper, hogfish, or any fish of the family Serranidae (including rockfish, hind and grouper); or
(b) any other fish imported into Bermuda for stock purposes,
commits an offence.
(5) Notwithstanding any other provision of these Regulations, any person who—
(a) uses a fishing net with meshes measuring less than 1/8 inch (3.2mm) when measured diagonally at full stretch; or
(b) uses a seine with meshes measuring less than 1/2 inch (13mm) when measured diagonally at full stretch; or
(c) uses a trawl with meshes measuring less than 3 inches (76mm) when measured diagonally at full stretch; or
(d) not being a registered fisherman operating from a licensed fishing vessel, uses or has in his vessel or on the shoreline any fishing net other than a cast net not exceeding 8 feet (2.4m) in diameter,
commits an offence.
General restrictions on taking fish
15 (1) Any person who takes, sells or purchases any fish for purposes other than for use as bait or human or animal consumption, commits an offence.
(2) Nothing in paragraph (1) shall prevent the taking of fish for sport or for the purposes of any private aquarium or personal shell collection or the retention of fish as a trophy.
(3) Any person who takes any bonefish (Albula vulpes), or any pompano (Trachinotus goodei) otherwise than on a hook and line, commits an offence.
(4) Any person fishing from land who takes or any vessel upon which is found more than one fish of each of the following description—
(a) Mycteroperca interstitialis, which includes Monkey rockfish, Flag rockfish and Salmon rockfish; and
(b) Mycteroperca bonaci, which includes Black rockfish, Runner rockfish and Black grouper,
shall be deemed to have taken the fish within a 24 hour period, unless the contrary is proved and shall be deemed to have committed an offence.
(5) Any person fishing from land who takes or any vessel upon which is found more than ten red hinds (Epinephelus guttatus) during the period beginning on 1 May and continuing until the 31 August in any year, shall be deemed to have taken the red hinds within a 24 hour period, unless the contrary is proved and shall be deemed to have committed an offence.
(6) Any person, other than a registered fisherman, fishing from land who takes or any vessel, which is not a licensed fishing vessel, upon which is found, more than thirty fish of the following description—
Lutjanus synagris Lane snapper
Silk snapper
Whitewater snapper
shall be deemed to have taken the fish within 24 hours, unless the contrary is proved and shall be deemed to have committed an offence.
(7) Any person who fins a shark at sea, commits an offence.
(8) Any person who takes any marine turtles on any beach or foreshore, commits an offence.
General restrictions on taking lobster
16 (1) Any person who takes, injures, sells, purchases or is found in possession of any lobster, whether alive or dead at any time when the lobster is bearing eggs, commits an offence.
(2) Any person who has in his possession, when on a vessel or while swimming, the tail section of a lobster which has been separated from the remainder of the body of the lobster, commits an offence.
(3) The Director may, upon an application made to him for a licence to take lobsters, made during a period specified by the Director by notice published in the Gazette and the payment of the prescribed fee, issue to the applicant, a licence to take lobsters.
(4) A licence issued under paragraph (3) shall have the following conditions attached to it—
(a) only a noose or snare of a type approved by the Director may be used for taking lobsters;
(b) no lobster so taken shall be sold;
(c) the holder of the licence shall make a return to the Director of catch and effort statistics, which return shall be in such form and shall be made at such intervals of time as the Director shall specify;
(d) the taking of lobsters shall be done only from such area or areas within the exclusive economic zone as specified in the licence;
(e) the holder of the licence can take not more than two lobsters during any continuous period of 24 hours;
(f) such licence shall be valid until 31 August in each year;
(g) such licence shall not confer a right to take spiny lobsters (Panulirus argus) during the period specified in regulation 21.
(5) The holder of a licence issued under paragraph (3) who contravenes any of the conditions specified in paragraph (4) or who takes a spiny lobster (Panulirus argus) during the period specified in regulation 21, commits an offence.
(6) If any person, not being the holder of a valid licence issued to him under paragraph (3) authorising him to take lobsters, is found in possession of a lobster on a vessel or onshore, he shall be deemed to have taken the lobster in contravention of these Regulations and shall be deemed to have committed an offence, unless the contrary is proved.
(7) Any person who, not being the holder of a valid licence issued to him under paragraph (3) authorising him to take lobster, is found in possession of an instrument capable of taking lobster, other than a spear, harpoon or other similar device, either on a vessel or while swimming, commits an offence.
(8) Any person who is not licensed to take lobsters under these Regulations, who sells lobster, commits an offence.
General restrictions on landing fish
17 (1) Fish taken at sea must be landed with the skin of the fish, on the fish; fish species specified under regulation 20(2)(b) must be landed whole.
(2) For the purposes of this regulation, fish taken at sea would be considered as landed whole if the head and tail of the fish are attached to the body of the fish.
(3) For the purposes of this regulation, eviscerated fish would be considered as landed whole, if the head and tail of the fish are attached to the body.
(4) For the purposes of this regulation, fish taken at sea will be considered as landed, when the fish is within the inshore areas specified in the Schedule.
(5) A person found in possession of any fish taken at sea that has not been landed whole, commits an offence.
Sale of fish taken from the EEZ
18 (1) A person who buys or sells any fish taken in the exclusive economic zone, commits an offence unless—
(a) the vendor of the fish is a fisherman registered under regulation 12; and
(b) the fish has been taken from a vessel licensed under regulation 5.
(2) A registered fisherman selling fish in compliance with paragraph (1), shall produce his photo identification issued under regulation 12, when required to do so.
(3) Paragraph (1) shall not apply to the sale of fish taken by a registered fisherman using a licensed fishing vessel where the sale takes place in any shop, supermarket, restaurant or any eating establishment.
(4) Notwithstanding paragraph (3), a person buying fish on behalf of a shop, supermarket, restaurant or any eating establishment shall include the particulars of the fishing vessel licence of the vessel from which the fish was caught and particulars of the photo identification of the registered fisherman who caught the fish, on the sales invoice.
(5) The sales invoice referred to in paragraph (4) shall be signed by the vendor and the purchaser.
(6) All fish intended or exhibited for sale as local fish, shall be clearly identified as being local; every invoice, advertisement or label on the packaged fish, restaurant menu cards or signs exhibited in stores shall clearly state that the fish is local.
(7) Where fish, offered or exhibited for sale, including fish which has been iced, chilled or cut, is represented as being fresh, it must be fish of a quality fit for human consumption.
(8) Fish, offered or exhibited for sale as fresh, shall not include fish which has been frozen, smoked, salted, canned or processed.
(9) Any person who fails to comply with any provision in this regulation, commits an offence.
Sale of imported fish
19 (1) Imported fish, that is, fish taken elsewhere than within the exclusive economic zone, except pelagic fish, that is oceanic fish such as tuna and swordfish, taken in international waters by a vessel licensed under regulation 5, must on importation be clearly identified by species and the country of origin or export, and shall be certified as to its quality by the health authority of the country of origin or export. Such fish shall be subject to examination by a fisheries inspector.
(2) Imported fish shall be sold only on the wholesale market and shall not be retailed to members of the public.
(3) All fish intended or exhibited for sale as imported fish, shall be clearly identified as imported; every invoice, advertisement or label on the packaged fish, restaurant menu cards or signs exhibited in stores shall clearly state that the fish is imported.
(4) Any person who fails to comply with any provision in this regulation, commits an offence.
Protected fish
20 (1) Any person who takes, injures, sells, purchases or is in possession of, any protected fish, commits an offence.
(2) In this regulation, “protected fish” means any fish mentioned in this paragraph if lighter in weight or smaller in size than the size or weight specified herein in relation to such fish—
(a) in relation to spiny lobsters (Panulirus argus)—
(i) if the tail has not been removed, a size of three and five-eighths inches (92 mm) in length measured from the ridge at the base of the horns to the end of the carapace (back shell); or
(ii) if the tail has been removed, a tail weight of 12 ounces, or, if it is impracticable to weigh the tail, a second tail segment (the segment nearest the carapace and having two large spots) of one and threeeighths inches (35mm) measured along the longitudinal axis of the tail;
(b) in relation to—
(i) Black rockfish (Mycteroperca bonaci) 95cm (37ins) fork length;
(ii) Monkey rockfish (Mycteroperca interstitialis) 50cm (20ins) fork length;
(iii) Red hind (Epinephelus guttatus) 35cm (14ins) fork length;
(iv) Hogfish (Lachnolaimus maximus) 45cm (18ins) fork length;
(v) Yellowtail snapper (Ocyurus chrysurus) 30cm (12ins) fork length;
(vi) Lane snapper (Lutjanus synagris) 25cm (10ins) fork length;
(c) in relation to yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares), bigeye tuna (Thunnus obesus) and wahoo (Acanthocybium solandri), a weight of 3.2 kgs (7 lbs) and bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus) a weight of 30 kgs (66 lbs) or 115 cm (45 ins) fork length and Swordfish (Xiphias gladius) a weight of 25 kgs (55 lbs) or 125 cm (49 ins) fork length measured from the lower jaw;
(d) in relation to blue marlin (Makaira nigricans) a weight of 114 kgs (250 lbs) and white marlin (Tetrapturus albidus) a weight of 23 kgs (50 lbs).
(3) Any person who, not carrying with him, or on the vessel or shore from which he is fishing, a measuring instrument capable of measuring a spiny lobster as specified in paragraph (2)(a) or of measuring a fish specified in paragraph (2)(b), (c) and (d), takes or injures any fish of the species mentioned in paragraph (2), commits an offence.
Closed season for spiny lobsters
21 Notwithstanding regulations 15 and 16, any person who takes, injures, sells, purchases, or is in possession of spiny lobsters (Panulirus argus) or any part thereof, during the period beginning on 1 April and continuing until 31 August in any year, commits an offence.
Spearfishing
22 (1) The Director may, upon application for that purpose made during the period specified by the Director by notice published in the Gazette and the payment of the prescribed fee, issue to an applicant, a licence to take fish by spearfishing.
(2) A licence issued under paragraph (1) shall have the following conditions included in any conditions attached to it—
(a) the licence shall be subject to paragraphs (3) to (10);
(b) the licence shall be valid until 31 August in each year; and
(c) the licensee shall make a return to the Director, of catch and effort statistics in such form and at such intervals as the Director may specify.
(3) Nothing in this regulation shall derogate from or abridge any provision of regulation 20 or 21.
(4) Any person—
(a) who uses a speargun in taking fish; or
(b) who uses an aqualung in taking fish by any means, 
commits an offence.
(5) Any person—
(a) who takes or injures any lobster by spearfishing; or
(b) who takes or injures by spearfishing in any one day more than two fish of any one species; or
(c) who takes by spearfishing any fish within one nautical mile of the shore of any of the islands of Bermuda,
commits an offence.
(6) Any person who sells any fish taken by spearfishing, commits an offence.
(7) In this regulation—
(a) “aqualung” means any appliance, apparatus or mechanism whereby a person can continue to breathe when fully submerged in water;
(b) “spearfishing” means using a spear, harpoon or similar device above or under water except when gaffing a fish caught by a fishing line;
(c) “speargun” means any weapon, apparatus or mechanism so constructed as to be capable of being used underwater for the discharge (whether complete or partial) of any projectile, whether or not a spear or harpoon.
(8) Any fish found in a vessel in which an aqualung is being carried or any fish found in the possession of any person equipped with an aqualung shall be presumed to have been taken in contravention of paragraph (4), until the contrary is proved.
(9) Any person found swimming within an area in which spearfishing is prohibited by these Regulations, while carrying a spear, harpoon or other similar device, or swimming in an area in which the taking of lobsters by diving is prohibited, while carrying an instrument capable of taking a lobster other than a spear, harpoon or other similar device, commits an offence.
(10) Subject to these Regulations, any person found with an instrument capable of taking a lobster, or with a spear, harpoon or other similar device and an aqualung in his possession, either when in a vessel or on his person, while swimming, commits an offence.
Grant of licence to use fishing lines rigged with more than 15 hooks
23 (1) The Chairperson may, upon application made to him by a registered fisherman for that purpose, issue to the registered fisherman, a licence to use fishing lines rigged with an aggregate of more than fifteen hooks (whether vertically or horizontally) from or independently of a licensed fishing vessel, subject to such terms and conditions as the Director may think fit to impose for the better regulation of the fishing industry.
(2) No person shall use any fishing gear specified in paragraph (1) unless— 
(a) he is a registered fisherman;
(b) he is licensed by the Chairperson under paragraph (1) to use that type of fishing gear;
(c) where floats are used, he has marked all floats on his fishing lines with the identification number of the licensed fishing vessel from which he is operating at the time;
(d) no more than six lines are used when set independently of his licensed fishing vessel; and
(e) in any case no more than 1000 hooks are used at any one time.
Duty to return fish which may not be taken
24 Where a person takes any fish which cannot lawfully, by reason of any provision in these Regulations or of any order made under sections 4 and 5 of the Act be taken, injured, sold, purchased or kept in possession, it shall be the duty of the person taking the fish to return it immediately into the sea; and if the person fails to do so, he commits an offence.
Using fixed fishing gear
25 Subject to these Regulations, any person who uses any fixed fishing gear for taking fish, commits an offence.
Use of explosives, poison, dredge or trawl
26 (1) Any person who takes or injures any fish by means of any explosive or poisonous substance, commits an offence.
(2) Nothing in paragraph (1) shall apply in relation to any explosive substance utilised—
(a) in connection with the breaking up of any rock or shoal or of any wreck; or
(b) in connection with the improvement of any ship channel.
(3) Any person who uses any dredge or trawl, commits an offence.
(4) Paragraph (3) shall not apply to any person authorised to use a dredge or trawl by a licence issued to him by the Director and which is used in accordance with the conditions which the Director imposed in the licence on the issue of the licence.
(5) For the purpose of this regulation “dredge” means any device having a rigid frame with a basket, bucket or hose attached, and used by being dragged in contact with the bottom of the sea, or used to scoop or suck fish from the bottom of the sea.
Prohibition against introducing live or unfrozen and uncooked fish into waters of Bermuda
27 Any person who introduces into the waters of Bermuda or into any system which discharges untreated wastes into the waters of Bermuda any live or unfrozen and uncooked fish, or any parts thereof, which have been imported into Bermuda, commits an offence, unless he has been authorised to do so by a licence issued to him by the Director and he has complied with the terms and conditions of the licence.
Interfering with fishing gear without consent of owner
28 Any unauthorised person who—
(a) hauls up, moves, empties or casts adrift any fishing net set for the taking or holding of fish, or fish car set for the storing of fish or any mooring, mark or buoy used in connection therewith, without the consent of the person owning or setting the fish net, fish car, mooring, mark or buoy; or
(b) removes any fish from any fishing net or fish car without the consent of the person setting the fish net or fish car; or
(c) hauls up, moves, empties or casts adrift any fixed fishing gear or mooring, mark or buoy used in connection therewith or who removes any fish from a fixed fishing gear without the consent of the owner of the gear and a licence to do so by the Chairperson,
commits an offence.
Punishment of offenders and forfeiture; suspension or revocation of licence
29 (1) Subject to section 14 of the Act, a person who contravenes any provision of these Regulations commits an offence and is liable on summary conviction, to imprisonment for one year or a fine of $25,000 or both such imprisonment and fine; and any fish taken in contravention of these Regulations and any vessel, instrument or equipment used in such taking may be liable to forfeiture.
(2) Notwithstanding paragraph (1), where a person licensed by the Chairperson or the Director under any provision in these Regulations—
(a) has violated a term or condition of his licence; or
(b) has been found guilty of an offence against these Regulations,
the Chairperson or the Director may, in his discretion, after giving the person concerned an opportunity to be heard, suspend or revoke the licence or the term or condition which has been violated or in relation to which the offence was committed.
Appeals to Minister
30 (1) A person aggrieved by a decision of the Director or the Chairperson—
(a) not to issue a licence;
(b) to revoke or suspend a licence; or
(c) on any condition subject to which a licence is issued or which is thereafter attached to a licence or any variation of such condition, may within 21 days from the date of such refusal or revocation, imposition or variation of the condition, or such period as the Minister may allow,
appeal in writing to the Minister.
(2) For the purposes of an appeal under paragraph (1), the Director or the Chairperson shall, at the time of giving his decision or not later than five working days after the date on which he makes a decision, give reasons, in writing, for the decision.
(3) After considering an appeal under paragraph (1), the Minister may if he thinks fit, vary the decision of the Director or the Chairperson and such variation shall take effect on such date as the Minister may determine.
(4) The Minister may give his decision as soon as possible after the hearing of the appeal but in no case, later than 10 working days after receipt of the notice of appeal.
(5) When a person gives notice of appeal to the Minister, the Minister may suspend the implementation of the decision of the Director or the Chairperson, pending the outcome of the appeal.
Inspection and enforcement
31 (1) For the purposes of ascertaining whether there is, or has been, any contravention of these Regulations, a fisheries inspector shall have the power to—
(a) enter any premises or any vehicle, vessel or place where fish may be held;
(b) haul up and inspect any fishing net, fixed fishing gear or other fishing gear (whether of the foregoing kind or not) and to remove therefrom any fish which cannot lawfully by reason of any provision of the Act or these Regulations be taken, and to seize any such fishing net, fixed fishing gear or other fishing gear which is used or possessed in contravention of the Act or these Regulations;
(c) require any person suspected of committing or having committed an offence against these Regulations, to give his name and address to him; or
(d) require the operator of a vessel to stop the vessel.
(2) Where any fishing net, fixed fishing gear or other fishing gear is seized under paragraph (1), the fisheries inspector may cause it to be brought before a court of summary jurisdiction and the court may, after hearing any representations made by the owner thereof, order the destruction or disposal of such fishing net, fixed fishing gear or other fishing gear in such manner as the court may direct.
(3) Any person issued a licence by the Chairperson or the Director under any provision of these Regulations shall, when required to do so by a fisheries inspector, produce his licence.
(4) It shall be sufficient compliance with paragraph (3), if the person on whom the requirement is imposed produces such licence at the Department of Environmental Protection or a police station within 24 hours of the time of the requirement.
(5) Any person who fails to comply with any requirement imposed on him by a fisheries inspector under paragraph (1) or (3) commits an offence.
(6) Where any unidentified fishing gear or thing is seized under paragraph (1), the Director may order such gear or thing to be destroyed or otherwise disposed of or, if such thing is living, to be released into the sea.
Revocation
32 The Fisheries Regulations 1972 are revoked.
SCHEDULE
(Regulation 17)
Fish will be considered “landed” if they are within the following designated areas—
(a) Sinky Bay
(b) Hungry Bay
(c) Devonshire Bay
(d) Castle Harbour (North of Castle and Nonsuch Islands)
(e) All bays and waters west of a line running from Gunner Pt., St. David’s and Gates Fort, St. George’s (this includes St. George’s Harbour, Great Bay, Cocoa Bay and Dolly’s Bay)
(f) Coot Pond
(g) Ferry Reach (South of the Railway pylons)
(h) Bailey’s Bay (South of Bay Island)
(i) Beanie’s Bay
(j) Burchall Cove
(k) Flatts Inlet (East of Gibbet’s Island)
(l) Harrington Sound
(m) Devonshire Dock
(n) All bays and waters west of a line running from Cobbler’s Island, Spanish Point and Commissioner’s Pt., Dockyard (this includes Great Sound, Little Sound, Boss’s Cove, Mills Creek and Hamilton Harbour)
(o) All bays and waters south of a line running from Dockyard Point or Greys Bridge to Kings Point in Sandys Parish (to include Mangrove Bay)
(p) All bays and waters south of a line running from Kings Point in Sandys Parish to Daniel’s Island, Sandys Parish (this includes Long Bay)
(q) All bays and waters south of a line running from Daniel’s Island, Sandys Parish to Gunpoint, Sandys Parish (this includes Ely’s Harbour).
Made this day of 20th, August 2010
Minister of the Environment and Sports
BERMUDA
BERMUDA IMMIGRATION AND PROTECTION AMENDMENT (NO. 2) ACT 2010
COMMENCEMENT DAY NOTICE 2010
BR 56/ 2010
The Minister responsible for Immigration, in exercise of the power conferred by section 12 of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Amendment (No. 2) Act 2010, gives the following Notice:
Citation
1 This Notice may be cited as the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Amendment (No. 2) Act 2010 Commencement Day Notice 2010.
Commencement
2 The Bermuda Immigration and Protection Amendment (No. 2) Act 2010 shall come into operation on 27 August 2010.
Made this 25th day of August, 2010
Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing
BERMUDA
BERMUDA IMMIGRATION AND PROTECTION (DESIGNATION
OF ELIGIBLE CONDOMINIUM UNITS) AMENDMENT
REGULATIONS 2010
BR 57/ 2010
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 Citation
2 Amends Regulation 1
3 Amends Regulation 2
4 Inserts Regulation 3
5 Amends Schedule
The Minister responsible for immigration, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 102D(1)(ba) of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act 1956, makes the following Regulations:
Citation
1 These Regulations may be cited as the Bermuda Immigration and Protection (Designation of Eligible Condominium Units) Amendment Regulations 2010.
Amends Regulation 1
2 Regulation 1 of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection (Designation of Eligible Condominium Units) Regulations 2007 (the “principal Regulations”) is amended by inserting immediately after the word “Units” the words “, Tourist Accommodation and Hotel Residences”.
Amends Regulation 2
3 Regulation 2 of the principal Regulations is amended by revoking paragraphs (a) and (b) and substituting the following—
“(a) completed condominium units that are located in a condominium development listed in Part 1 of the Schedule and are identified in that Part by their land valuation assessment numbers; and
(b) incomplete condominium units that are or will be located in a condominium development listed in Part 1 of the Schedule that—
(i) do not have land valuation assessment numbers;
(ii) have annual rental values equal to or above the minimum prescribed by the Bermuda Immigration and Protection (Minimum Annual Rental Values) Regulations 2007; and
(iii) do not exceed the maximum number of condominium units for that development specified in Part 1 of the Schedule.”.
Inserts Regulation 3
4 The principal Regulations are amended by inserting immediately after Regulation 2 the following—
“Designation of eligible tourist accommodation and hotel residences
3 For the purposes of sections 89(3) and 92A of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act 1956, the accommodation listed in Parts 2 and 3 of the Schedule is designated as tourist accommodation and hotel residences respectively, that are eligible to be acquired or held by restricted persons or corporations, subject to the limitations in those Parts with respect to—
(a) the number of eligible units, rooms, suites or residences located on the grounds or premises of the hotel that may be acquired or held; and
(b) the number of fractions that may be acquired or held in fractionally owned units located on the grounds or premises of the hotel.”.
Amends Schedule
6 The Schedule to the principal Regulations is amended—
(a) by deleting the words “(regulations 2(a)) PART I COMPLETED CONDOMINIUM DEVELOPMENTS” and substituting the following—
“(regulations 2 and 3)
PART 1
ELIGIBLE CONDOMINIUM UNITS”;
(b) by inserting after the last entry in Part 1 of the Schedule the following—
“ Parish: Pembroke
Development: Mount Langton
Number of Eligible Units: 16
Parish: Pembroke
Development: The Waterfront
Number of Eligible Units: 30
Parish: Hamilton
Development: Mount Wyndham
Number of Eligible Units: 40”;
(c) by deleting the words “SCHEDULE (regulation 2(b))” which occur immediately before the words “Part II”; and
(d) by revoking Part II of the Schedule and replacing it with the following—
“PART 2
ELIGIBLE TOURIST ACCOMMODATION
Condo-Hotel Rooms or Suites:
Parish: Sandy’s
Development: Lantana Development – Condominium Hotel
Number of Eligible Units: 110
Parish: Paget
Development: Cliffside (Surfside)
Number of Eligible Units: 6
Parish: Devonshire
Development: Ariel Sands
Number of Eligible Units: 14
Parish: Hamilton
Development: Tucker’s Point Club—Condominium Hotel
Number of Eligible Units: 65
Fractionally Owned Units:
Parish: Southampton
Development: Reefs Club
Number of Eligible Units: 19 (10 fractions)
Parish: Paget
Development: Newstead
Number of Eligible Units: 46 (6 fractions)
Parish: Devonshire
Development: Ariel Sands
Number of Eligible Units: 60 (12 fractions)
Parish: Hamilton
Development: Tucker’s Point Club—Golf Villas, Private Residence Club
Number of Eligible Units: 20 (10 fractions)
Parish: Hamilton
Development: Tucker’s Point Club—Harbour Court Residence Club
Number of Eligible Units: 14 (10 fractions)
Other:
Parish: Sandy’s
Development: Lantana Development
Number of Eligible Units: 13
Parish: Warwick
Development: Belmont Hills Apartments
Number of Eligible Units: 9
Parish: Warwick
Development: Belmont Hills—Golf Course Villas
Number of Eligible Units: 4
Parish: Warwick
Development: Belmont Hills—Harbour Road Villas
Number of Eligible Units: 4
Parish: Warwick
Development: Mermaid Beach Club—The Breakers
Number of Eligible Units: 12
Parish: Paget
Development: Newstead—Munro Beach
Number of Eligible Units: 26
Parish: Paget
Development: Newstead
Number of Eligible Units: 5
Parish: Paget
Development: The Wharf
Number of Eligible Units: 6
Parish: Pembroke
Development: Mount Langton
Number of Eligible Units: 16
Parish: Smith’s
Development: Palmetto Hotel & Cottages
Number of Eligible Units: 6
Parish: Smith’s
Development: Pink Beach Club/Hidden Cove
Number of Eligible Units: 27
Parish: Hamilton
Development: Tucker’s Point Club—Harbour Court South
Number of Eligible Units: 8
Parish: Hamilton
Development: Tucker’s Point Club—Harbour Court North
Number of Eligible Units: 17
Parish: St. George’s
Development: Tucker’s Point Club—Ship’s Hill Estate Homes
Number of Eligible Units: 13
Parish: St. George’s
Development: Tucker’s Point Club—Ship’s Hill Town Houses
Number of Eligible Units: 18
Parish: St. George’s
Development: Tucker’s Point Club—Tucker’s Point Club—Shell Point
Number of Eligible Units: 11
PART 3
ELIGIBLE HOTEL RESIDENCES”.
Made this 17th day of August, 2010
Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing
BERMUDA
BERMUDA IMMIGRATION AND PROTECTION (TOURIST ACCOMMODATION
AND HOTEL RESIDENCES) REGULATIONS 2010
BR 58/ 2010
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 Citation
2 Conveyance of tourist accommodation or hotel residences
3 Right to occupy tourist accommodation
4 Right to occupy hotel residences
5 Hotel management of tourist accommodation and hotel residences
6 Fractionally owned units
7 Land-holding charges
The Minister responsible for Immigration, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 102C(1)(a) and (ba) of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act 1956, makes the following regulations:
Citation
1 These regulations may be cited as the Bermuda Immigration and Protection (Tourist Accommodation and Hotel Residences) Regulations 2010.
Conveyance of tourist accommodation or hotel residences
2 (1) An individual may only acquire tourist accommodation or a hotel residence by a conveyance that transfers ownership of the entire legal estate in the property (or fraction of the property in the case of a fractionally owned tourist accommodation) to the individual or to a person who acquires or holds the property on his behalf.
(2) A corporation may only acquire tourist accommodation or a hotel residence by a conveyance that transfers ownership of the entire leasehold interest in the property (or fraction of the property in the case of a fractionally owned tourist accommodation) to the corporation or a person who acquires or holds the property on its behalf.
(3) The vendor of tourist accommodation or a hotel residence must submit the proposed form of the conveyance to the Minister for approval before it is offered for sale.
(4) No conveyance of tourist accommodation or a hotel residence shall be approved unless—
(a) the hotel at which the accommodation or residence is located is fully serviced and has ancillary buildings and uses typical of a traditional hotel, such as a restaurant, a reception office and housekeeping buildings; and
(b) in the case of fractionally owned tourist accommodation, the requirements of regulation 6(1) and (2) are met.
Right to occupy tourist accommodation
3 (1) An individual who holds a licence for tourist accommodation shall not permit anyone to occupy it except—
(a) himself, his family and guests who are staying with him or his family; or
(b) paying transient guests, if the tourist accommodation is being managed by a property management company.
(2) An exempted company that holds a licence for tourist accommodation shall not permit anyone to occupy it except—
(a) a tenant, who occupies the accommodation under a rental agreement entered into pursuant to a permit issued by the Minister;
(b) a paying transient guest if the tourist accommodation is being managed by a property management company; or
(c) a transient guest, with the permission of the exempted company.
(3) Subject to paragraph (4), an individual who holds a licence for tourist accommodation may occupy it for a maximum of 90 days in any calendar year.
(4) An individual who holds a licence for more than one room, suite, unit or fraction of a unit of tourist accommodation, may reserve all of the tourist accommodation for which he holds a licence for use by himself, his family and guests for a total of up to 120 days per calendar year, provided that the total period of such occupancy does not exceed 6 months in any 12 month period.
Right to occupy hotel residences
4 (1) An individual or exempted company that holds a licence for a hotel residence may reserve that residence for their own use for a period not exceeding the term of their licence.
(2) An individual or exempted company that holds a licence for a hotel residence may allow that residence to be occupied for a period not exceeding the term of their licence by—
(a) tenants who have Bermudian status or the Minister’s permission to reside in Bermuda; or
(b) paying transient guests not ordinarily resident in Bermuda.
Hotel management of tourist accommodation and hotel residences
5 (1) A person who holds a licence for tourist accommodation or a hotel residence may require the hotel at which it is located to place it on an inventory to be managed by a property management company.
(2) Before tourist accommodation or a hotel residence may be placed on the hotel inventory, the person who holds the licence for it must enter into an agreement with a property management company designated by the hotel—
(a) to engage the company as sole agent to market, promote, advertise and manage the accommodation or residence for occupation by transient guests;
(b) to share the revenue and maintenance costs arising from the use of the accommodation or residence;
(c) to provide for the times when the person who holds the licence may occupy the accommodation or residence.
(3) A property management company that manages tourist accommodation or hotel residences on the hotel inventory may only let the accommodation or residences to paying transient guests who are non-residents.
(4) Tourist accommodation on the hotel inventory may not be sold or let as residential accommodation.
Fractionally owned units
6 (1) The vendor of a fractionally owned unit of tourist accommodation must sell it in fractions by dividing the ownership of the unit into a minimum of four equal fractions.
(2) No person may hold or acquire an interest in more than two fractions of the fractionally owned tourist accommodation located at a hotel.
(3) The holders of licences for a fractionally owned unit must agree on a defined reservation schedule for use of the unit during the year.
Land-holding charges
7 (1) Every applicant for a licence to acquire or hold tourist accommodation or a hotel residence shall include in his application—
(a) an election as to whether the applicant will—
(i) place the accommodation or residence in the hotel inventory; or
(ii) keep the accommodation or residence for his private use, including, in the case of a hotel residence, to rent it out privately; and
(b) the prescribed land-holding charge, according to his election.
(2) If the Minister approves an application that contains an election to place tourist accommodation or a hotel residence in the hotel inventory, the person who holds the licence for the accommodation or residence is eligible for any applicable relief under a hotels concession order or private Act.
(3) If the Minister approves an application that contains an election under regulation 7(1)(a)(ii) to keep tourist accommodation or a hotel residence for private use, the person who holds the licence for the residence is not eligible for relief under any hotels concession order or private Act.
(4) A person who holds a licence for tourist accommodation or a hotel residence may at any time apply to the Minister to change his election, and on approval of the application and payment of any reimbursement due to the Government under paragraph (5), the Minister shall issue an amended licence.
(5) If the Minister approves a change in an election from an election to place tourist accommodation or a hotel residence in the hotel inventory to an election to keep it for private use, the person who holds the licence for the accommodation or residence shall reimburse to the Government—
(a) the amount of relief received under any hotels concession order or private Act as a result of the previous election; and
(b) the difference between the land-holding charge for the tourist accommodation or hotel residence that was paid when the previous licence was issued and the charge payable in relation to the new election, based on the value of the accommodation or residence on the date of the application.
(6) If the Minister approves a change in an election from an election to keep tourist accommodation or a hotel residence for private use to an election to place it on the hotel inventory, the person who holds the licence for the accommodation or residence is not entitled to relief under any hotels concession order or private Act or for any partial rebate of the landholding charge paid for the previous licence.
Made this day of August, 2010
Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing
BERMUDA
BERMUDA IMMIGRATION AND PROTECTION (LAND-HOLDING CHARGES)
AMENDMENT REGULATIONS 2010
BR 59/ 2010
The Minister responsible for Immigration, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 102C(1)(a) of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act 1956, makes the following Regulations:
Citation
1 These Regulations may be cited as the Bermuda Immigration and Protection (Land- Holding Charges) Amendment Regulations 2010.
Amends Schedule
2 The Schedule to the Bermuda Immigration and Protection (Land-Holding Charges) Regulations 2007 is revoked and replaced by the following—
“SCHEDULE
(regulation 2)
LAND-HOLDING CHARGES
Made this 17th day of August, 2010
Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing
BERMUDA
BERMUDA IMMIGRATION AND PROTECTION (RENTAL AND USE)
AMENDMENT REGULATIONS 2010
BR 60/ 2010
The Minister responsible for Immigration, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 102C(1)(c) of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act 1956, makes the following regulations:
Citation
1 These regulations may be cited as the Bermuda Immigration and Protection (Rental and Use) Amendment Regulations 2010.
Amends regulation 3
2 Regulation 3 of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection (Rental and Use) Regulations 2007 (“the regulations”) is amended by inserting immediately after paragraph (1) the following—
“(1A) This regulation does not apply in respect of a rental agreement in respect of tourist accommodation or a hotel residence that provides—
(a) for occupation of the residence by tenants who have Bermudian status or the Minister’s permission to reside in Bermuda; or
(b) for the residence to be placed on a hotel inventory and rented out to paying guests who are not ordinarily resident in Bermuda. ”.
Amends regulation 5
3 Regulation 5 of the regulations is amended—
(a) in paragraph (2)(a)—
(i) by deleting the word “their” and substituting the word “a”:
(ii) by inserting a comma immediately after the word “child”; and
(iii) by deleting the word “or” at the end of the paragraph; and
(b) by inserting immediately after paragraph (2)(a) the following—
“(aa) the condominium unit is a tourist residence or hotel residence; or”.
Made this 17th day of August, 2010
Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing
BERMUDA
TRAFFIC OFFENCES PROCEDURE ACT 1974 SPECIFIED PENALTIES
AMENDMENT NOTICE 2010
BR 61/ 2010
The Senior Magistrate, in exercise of the power conferred by section 9(1) of the Traffic Offences Procedure Act 1974 and with the approval of the Chief Justice, gives the following Notice:
Citation
1 This Notice may be cited as the Traffic Offences Procedure Act 1974 Specified Penalties Amendment Notice 2010.
Revokes 1991 Notice
2 The Traffic Offences Procedure (Specified Penalties) Notice 1991 is revoked.
Amendments
3 The Traffic Offences Procedure Act 1974 Specified Penalties Notice 1988 is amended as follows—
(a) Under the heading “Auxiliary Bicycles Act 1954” by inserting the following next after the entry in respect of Section 9(2)—
(b) Under the heading “Auxiliary Bicycles (Construction, Equipment and Use) Regulations 1955” by adding the following after the entry in respect of Regulation 11—
(c) Under the heading “Motor Car Act 1951” in the entry in respect of Section 11(1) by deleting the reference “$60” and substituting “$50”;
(d) Under the heading “Motor Car (Construction, Equipment and Use) Regulations by inserting the following next after the entry in respect of Regulation 20—
(e) Under the heading “Motor Car (Construction, Equipment and Use) Regulations 1952” by inserting the following next after the entry in respect of Regulation 43(c)—
Made this 17th day of August, 2010
Senior Magistrate
Approved this 18th day of August, 2010
Chief Justice
BR 62/ 2010
HOTELS CONCESSION ACT 2000
2000 : 28
HOTELS CONCESSION (GROTTO BAY BEACH RESORT) ORDER 2010
WHEREAS Grotto Bay Properties Limited has by application dated 12 December 2008 applied for a hotels concession order under section 3 of the Hotels Concession Act 2000 in respect of the Grotto Bay Beach Resort redevelopment;
WHEREAS the Minister responsible for Tourism, having considered the application, is satisfied that the hotel redevelopment is a substantial redevelopment and is in the national economic interest of Bermuda; 
The Minister responsible for Tourism, with the agreement of the Minister of Finance, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 4 of the Hotels Concession Act 2000, makes the following Order:
Short title
1 This Order may be cited as the Hotels Concession (Grotto Bay Beach Resort) Order 2010.
Interpretation
2 In this Order—
"Act" means the Hotels Concession Act 2000;
"hotel" means the Grotto Bay Beach Resort and Tennis Club as redeveloped by the hotel developer;
"hotel developer" means Grotto Bay Properties Limited, a company incorporated in Bermuda on 13 March 1989;
"hotel redevelopment" means the Grotto Bay Resort redevelopment described in the hotel developer's application submitted under section 3 of the Act;
"opening date" means the date on which the hotel redevelopment is certified by the Minister to be complete.
Concessions
3 (1) Subject to section 4, the hotel developer shall in respect of the hotel redevelopment be entitled to the following concessions—
(a) for a period beginning with the opening date and ending on the third anniversary of that date, partial exemption from land tax otherwise payable in respect of the hotel, up to an amount not exceeding $24,000 in each year of assessment;
(b) for a period beginning with the opening date and ending on the first anniversary of that date, partial exemption from hotel occupancy tax (Hotel Occupancy Tax I) otherwise payable in respect of the hotel, for an amount equal to the sum expended by the hotel developer on marketing the hotel redevelopment, up to an amount not exceeding $191,600 in the year of assessment;
(c) for a period beginning with the opening date and ending on the third anniversary of that date, partial exemption from hotel occupancy tax (Hotel Occupancy Tax II) otherwise payable in respect of the hotel, for an amount equal to 50% of the sum expended by the hotel on entertainment provided by Bermudian entertainers, up to an amount not exceeding $36,335 in each year of assessment;
(d) for a period beginning with the opening date and ending on the third anniversary of that date, partial exemption from the employer's share of the payroll tax otherwise payable in respect of persons employed by the hotel, for an amount equal to the sum expended by the hotel on training Bermudian employees of the hotel, up to an amount not exceeding $47,750 in each year of assessment.
(2) For the purposes of subsection (1)(d), the employer's share of payroll tax means that portion of payroll tax which the employer is not entitled to deduct from an employee's wages under section 19 of the Payroll Tax Act 1995.
Terms and conditions
4 (1) To qualify for the partial exemption from hotel occupancy tax  (Hotel Occupancy Tax I) under section 3(1)(b), the hotel developer must, for the relevant period*
(a) show to the satisfaction of the Minister that sums equal to the amount of the exemption claimed have been expended by the hotel developer on the marketing of the hotel redevelopment;
(b) comply with guidelines on the marketing of the hotel redevelopment issued by the Minister; and
(c) provide an annual audited statement of accounts showing the amounts expended on the marketing.
(2) To qualify for the partial exemption from hotel occupancy  tax (Hotel Occupancy Tax II) under section 3(1)(c) the hotel developer must, for the relevant period*
(a) show to the satisfaction of the Minister that entertainment has been provided at the hotel by Bermudian entertainers in accordance with guidelines issued by the Minister; and
(b) provide an annual audited statement of accounts showing the amounts expended on the entertainment.
(3) To qualify for the partial exemption from the employer’s share of the payroll tax under section 3(1)(d) the hotel developer must, for the relevant period*
(a) comply with guidelines on the training of Bermudian employees issued by the Minister;
(b) satisfy the Minister that appropriate training has been provided in accordance with the guidelines; and
(c) provide an annual audited statement of accounts showing the amounts expended on such training. 
(4) The hotel developer must diligently proceed with the redevelopment and use its best endeavours to ensure that the redevelopment is complete within a period of twelve months from the date this Order is made (or such later time as the Minister may approve).
(5) In this section, "relevant period" means the period for which the exemption is claimed.
Agreed this 2nd day of August, 2010
Minister of Finance
Made this 26th day of July, 2010
Premier
BERMUDA
MARINE BOARD (CONTROL OVER MARITIME TRAFFIC) (NO. 2) NOTICE 2010
BR 63/ 2010
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 Citation
2 Round-the-Island Boat Race
3 Closure of certain sea passages
4 Course for Race
5 Patrol of sea passages and course
6 Speed limits not to apply
7 Postponement of Race
The Minister responsible for marine and ports services, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 10(1)(a), (aa) and (b) of the Marine Board Act 1962, issues the following Notice:
Citation
1 This Notice may be cited as the Marine Board (Control Over Maritime Traffic) (No. 2) Notice 2010.
Round-the-Island Boat Race
2 Subject to paragraph 7 the Round-the-Island Boat Race (the “Race”) will take place on Sunday, 29 August 2010.
Closure of certain sea passages
3 The sea passages specified in this paragraph will be closed to normal marine traffic during the Race between the times specified— 
(a) the passage between the pylons at the entrance to Ferry Reach— from 12:00 noon to 3:30 p.m.;
(b) the passage between Hinson’s Island and the Paget shoreline— from 12:15 p.m. to 2:40 p.m.; and
(c) the passage between Five-Star Island and the Southampton shoreline— from 12:20 p.m. to 2:50 p.m.
Course for Race
4 The course for the Race will be from Ferry Reach to North Shore to Two Rock Passage to Hamilton Harbour to Granaway Deep to Port Royal Bay to Great Sound to Commissioner’s Point to South Shore as far as St. David’s Head to St. Catherine’s Point to North Shore and thence to Ferry Reach.
Patrol of sea passages and course
5 The sea passages and course referred to in this Notice will be patrolled by MarinePolice and Marshall boats and all mariners, pilots and boatmen are required to exercise extreme caution when navigating in the proximity of the course for the Race particularly in the vicinity of Ferry Reach, Two Rock Passage and White’s Island in Hamilton Harbour.
Speed limits not to apply
6 The speed limits fixed by the Marine Board (Declaration of Speed Limits for Boats) (Mariners) Notice 2001 shall not apply to persons and boats participating in the Race.
Postponement of Race
7 In the event that, due to inclement weather, the Race is postponed until Sunday, 5 September 2010, this Notice shall in all respects apply to the Race held on that date.
Made this 24th day of August, 2010
The Premier
BERMUDA
INTERNATIONAL SANCTIONS (IRAN) (UNITED NATIONS MEASURES)
REGULATIONS 2010
BR 64/ 2010
The Minister of Justice, in exercise of the power conferred by section 2(1) of the International Sanctions Act 2003, makes the following Regulations:
Citation
1 These Regulations may be cited as the International Sanctions (Iran) (United Nations Measures) Regulations 2010.
Application
2 The Iran (United Nations Measures) (Overseas Territories) (Amendment) Order 2007 made by the Privy Council as a United Kingdom Order in Council on 25 July 2007, shall have the force of law, in Bermuda.
Made this 17th day of August, 2010
Attorney-General and Minister of Justice