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First Meeting of the 2019/2020 Session (Throne Speech & Budget Address)

Referendum (People-initiated Referendum Regarding the Port) Bill, 2019

PASSED: By the House for the First Meeting of the 2019/2020 Session of the Legislative Assembly on, October 28th, 2019.

[A Bill For A Law To Provide For The Holding Of A People-Initiated Referendum On The Issue Of Whether The Islands Should Continue To Move Forward With The Building Of The Cruise Berthing And Enhanced Cargo Port Facility; And For Incidental And Connected Purposes.]

Second Meeting of the 2019/2020 Session

Trade and Business Licensing (Amendment) Bill, 2019

PENDING: By the House for the Second Meeting of the 2019/2020 Session of the Legislative Assembly on November 8th, 2019.

[A Bill For A Law To To Amend The Trade And Business Licensing Law (2019 Revision) To Provide For New Requirements In Respect Of An Applicant Who Is A DNFBP Or Who Intends To Carry On DNFBP Business; To Provide For The Board To Suspend Or Revoke A Licence Where It Receives A Notice From A Supervisory Authority; To Create The New Licence Categories Of Property Investor And Dealer In Precious Metals And Stones; And For Incidental And Connected Purposes.]
Customs and Border Control (Amendment) Bill, 2019

PENDING: By the House for the Second Meeting of the 2019/2020 Session of the Legislative Assembly on November 8th, 2019.

[A Bill For A Law To Amend The Customs And Border Control Law, 2018; To Amend Certain Definitions In The Customs And Border Control Law, 2018; To Provide For The Imposition And Regulation Of Administrative Penalties; And For Incidental And Connected Purposes.]
Freedom of Information (Amendment) Bill, 2019

PENDING: By the House for the Second Meeting of the 2019/2020 Session of the Legislative Assembly on November 8th, 2019.

[A Bill For A Law To Amend The Freedom Of Information Law (2018 Revision) By Replacing Reference To The Former Customs Department With The Name Of The Newly Established Customs And Border Control Service; By Removing From The Application Of The Public Interest Test In Section 26(1) Exempt Records Under Section 19(1)(A) Of The Law To Prevent The Unintended Disclosure Of Cabinet And National Security Exempted Records; And For Incidental And Connected Purposes.]
Legal Practitioners (Amendment) Bill, 2019

PENDING: By the House for the Second Meeting of the 2019/2020 Session of the Legislative Assembly on November 8th, 2019.

[A Bill For A Law To Amend The Legal Practitioners Law (2015 Revision) In Order To Provide For The Membership Of Attorneys-At-Law In The Cayman Islands Legal Practitioners Association Solely For The Purpose Of Anti-Money Laundering And Counter-Terrorism Supervision By The Cayman Islands Legal Practitioners Association; And For Incidental And Connected Purposes.]