Consolidated Acts


The Bermuda Trustee Act includes a consolidated version of the Trustee Act 1975, including related statutes and statutory instruments, incorporating all amendments to date, however, in some instances only relevant provisions are provided.

The most recent legislative updates include:

  • the repeal and replacement of the Fourth Schedule Fees to the Bermuda Monetary Authority Act 1969 for the Trusts (Regulation of Trust Business) Act 2001 by section 5 of the Bermuda Monetary Authority Amendment (No. 2) Act 2021, operative 1 January 2022

Other prior legislative amendments include:

  • amendments made by the Trusts (Special Provisions) Amendment Act 2020 and the Trusts (Special Provisions) Amendment (No. 2) Act 2020, both operative 5 August 2020
  • amendments to the Trusts (Regulation of Trust Business) Act 2001 and consequential amendments to the Bermuda Monetary Authority Act 1969 Fourth Schedule (Fees) made by the Trusts (Regulation of Trust Business) Amendment Act 2019, operative 31 December 2019
  • amendments to the Trusts (Regulation of Trust Business) Exemption Order 2002 made by the Trusts (Regulation of Trust Business) Exemption Amendment Order 2019 operative 31 December 2019

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Revised: January 2022




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