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  • Sea Fisheries is a service under the Committee for Economic Development. It is responsible for the administration of the Bailiwick of Guernsey fishing vessel li...
  • The Office  of the Committee for Home Affairs (''The Office'') is responsible for regulating liquor licensing legislation within Guernsey and Herm. The sale and...
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  • The Mental Health Review Tribunal (MHRT) safeguards individuals who are detained under or subject to an Order made under the Mental Health (Bailiwick of Guernse...
  • Information about Social Housing Appeals If you're applying for, or already living in, social housing and either Housing or the Guernsey Housing Association (GH...
  • The Tax on Real Property (TRP) Appeals Panel was first established in June 2008 to hear and determine appeals made in accordance with the Taxation of Real Prope...
  • The Tribunal Panel is made up of independent people, appointed under the law, to hear and determine complaints such as unfair dismissal, sex discrimination and...
  • The Plan sets out the way in which the States intends to meet the requirements of the Children's Law 2008. It is tailored to the needs of children and young peo...
  • Laws All Guernsey Laws, Ordinances, Statutory Instruments and other legal materials are available from the Guernsey Legal Resources website.
  • Guernsey has a complex history, which has uniquely shaped its environment and the Island we enjoy today. The roads, buildings, boundary walls, green lanes, ruet...
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