Government Fees Amendment Regulations 2000

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Government Fees Amendment Regulations 2000
GOVERNMENT FEES AMENDMENT REGULATIONS 2000



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BR 29 / 2000

GOVERNMENT FEES ACT 1965

1965 : 103

GOVERNMENT FEES AMENDMENT REGULATIONS 2000

The Minister of Finance, in exercise of the powers conferred on
him by section 2(1) of the Government Fees Act 1965 and every other
power vested in him, makes the following Regulations:

Citation
1 These Regulations may be cited as the Government Fees
Amendment Regulations 2000.

Revocation and replacement of Schedule to S.R.&O. 24/1976
2 The Schedule to the Government Fees Regulations 1976 is
revoked and the Schedule set out in the Schedule to these Regulations is
substituted.

Commencement and transitional
3 (1) Subject to paragraph (2), these Regulations commence on 1
April 2000 (“commencement day”).

(2) Nothing in these Regulations affects the validity or effect of a
fee that was paid―

(a) before commencement day; and

(b) in respect of a period that was still running on that day.

SCHEDULE (Regulation 2)

“Head 1
Agriculture Act 1930

Issuing a certificate to practise veterinary
science under section 8—



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(a) on application $210.00

(b) on issue $210.00

Head 2
Auxiliary Bicycles Act 1954

(1) Issuing an annual licence to operate an
auxiliary bicycle livery under section 16


$35.00

(per 50 auxiliary
bicycles registered

or part thereof)

(2) Registering an auxiliary bicycle under
section 21


$25.00

(3) Examining an auxiliary bicycle under
section 18


$15.00

(4) Issuing a duplicate of any document
other than a certificate of registration


$12.00

(5) Issuing or renewing a driver's licence
under section 9


$78.00

(6) Issuing an auxiliary bicycle identi-
fication plate under section 22


$18.00

Head 3
Banks and Deposit Companies Act 1999

(1) Application for a licence pursuant to
section 13(1)―

(a) where the application is in respect of
a banking licence

(b) where the application is in respect of
a deposit company licence

(2) Annual fee pursuant to section 16―

(a) where an institution falls in band A

(b) where an institution falls in band B

(c) where an institution falls in band C





$10,000.00


$5,000.00



$10,000.00

$65,000.00

$135,000.00

3) For the purposes of paragraph (2), and
institution falls―



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(a) in band A, if it has consolidated
gross assets not exceeding $100
million;

(b) in band B, if it has consolidated
gross assets exceeding $100 million
but not exceeding $1 billion;

(c) in band C, if it has consolidated
gross assets exceeding $1 billion.

(4) In this paragraph “consolidated gross
assets” does not include assets included within the
consolidated financial statements of a subsidiary
company of the institution which is separately
licensed under the Act.



Head 4
Bermuda Airport (Duty Free Sales) Act 1997

(1) Granting an Airport Duty Free Sales
Licence under section 4


$1,050.00



(2) Granting an Airport Duty Free
Warehouse Licence under section 34―


(a) where the value of the bond for
scheduled goods is $100,000 or less

(b) where the value of the bond for
scheduled goods exceeds $100,000




$5,250.00


$10,500.00

Head 5
Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act 1956

(1) Applying for grant of Bermudian status
under section 20A ($850 refundable if refused)


$1,366.00

(2) Applying for grant of Bermudian status
under section 19 or 19A (non-refundable)


$379.00

(3) Issuing a certificate, of Bermudian status—


(a) under section 20 $106.00

(b) under section 21 $106.00

(c) under section 20B $106.00

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(4) Subject to paragraphs (6) and (7), in
respect of a person without Bermudian status or
special category status or spouse’s employment rights
or rights under section 60(6) who is not one of the
following, that is to say:
a child under the age of 22 years of a person who does
possess Bermudian status; or the parent or lawful
guardian of a child under 21 who has Bermudian
status, or a person who either was born in Bermuda or
first arrived in Bermuda before his sixth birthday and
can potentially qualify for the grant of Bermudian
status under section 20A―

(a) applying under section 60 for
permission to employ such a person,
under―

(i) a part-time permit

(ii) a

(whereunder
the Minister may grant such
permission for a period of one year
or less in respect of persons
engaged in domestic or household
activities not exceeding 9 hours in
any one week)

part-time permit (

(iii) a

whereunder
the Minister may grant such
permission for a period of one year
or less in respect of instructors or
private tutors already resident in
Bermuda, engaged for not
exceeding 9 hours in any one
week)
























$67.00









$32.00









$266.00

part-time occasional permit
(whereunder the Minister may
grant such permission for a period
of one year or less in respect of
casual part-time models who are
lawful residents of Bermuda
engaged for not exceeding 100
hours in any twelve-month period)

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(iv) a temporary permit






$266.00

(whereunder
the Minister may grant such
permission in respect of
employment for a specific job for a
period not exceeding 3 months)

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(v) a short-term permit

(A) per person (up to 5 persons)

(whereunder
the Minister may grant such
permission for a person to be
engaged, for a single period of 14
days or less, in professional sport
or entertainment)―

(B) per group of more than 5
persons in addition to the fee
at (A) above, for each person
beyond the fifth

(vi) a letter of permission

(vii) a

(where-
under the Minister may grant
such permission for a period of
one year or less to non-profit
making organisations including
registered charities, for the
employment of coaches, teachers
of sports and recreation, pastors,
speakers and musicians)

one-year permit

(viii) a

(whereunder the
Minister may grant such
permission for any period less
than 18 months)

two-year permit

(ix) a

(whereunder the
Minister may grant such
permission for a period of 18
months or more but less than 30
months)

three-year permit

(x) a

(whereunder
the Minister may grant such
permission for a period of 30
months or more but less than 42
months)

four-year permit









$242.00





$121.00










Nil






$532.00







$1,064.00






$1,596.00







$2,128.00

(whereunder
the Minister may grant such
permission for a period of 42
months or more but less than 54
months)

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(xi) a five-year permit






$2,660.00

(whereunder the
Minister may grant such
permission for a period of 54
months or more but less than 66
months)

(b) applying―

(i) to transfer such a person with an
existing work permit to another
employer where the duties remain
the same

(ii) to transfer such a person from one
occupation to another occupation
with the same employer

(iii) to change the job title of such a
person whose employer and duties
remain the same







$266.00




$266.00




$266.00

(5) Applying for a work permit, valid for such
period as may be specified in the permit, to employ a
person without Bermudian status who states in writing
that he or she―

(a) does not possess Bermudian status
and is a child, under the age of 22
years, of a person who does possess
Bermudian status;

(b) is the parent or lawful guardian of,
and has legal custody of, a person with
Bermudian status who is under 21
years of age and resides with him or
her;

(c) was born in Bermuda and can
potentially qualify for the grant of
Bermudian status under section 20A;
or

(d) first arrived in Bermuda before his or
her sixth birthday and can potentially
qualify for the grant of Bermudian
status under section 20A






















$67.00
(non-

refundable)

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(6) Where a permission is granted for a period
less than that applied for, the relevant proportion of
the fee paid in accordance with categories (viii) to (xi) of
paragraph (4)(a), shall be refunded. Where no
permission of any kind is granted, then the fee paid
under categories (iii) to (v) and (vii) to (xi) of paragraph
(4)(a), less $110, shall be refunded.



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(7) Where a permission is granted in
accordance with categories (viii) to (xi) of paragraph 4(a)
above and the work permit is cancelled before the
expiry date, there shall be refunded the relevant fee for
each whole year that remains unused on the date of
cancellation.

(8) Considering an application by a restricted
person or a trustee or grantee for the benefit of a
restricted person for a licence to hold or acquire land.



(Where a licence is granted under paragraph (9) the fee
specified in this paragraph shall be refunded to the
applicant.)

(9) Granting to a restricted person or to a
trustee or grantee for the benefit of a restricted
person―

(a) a licence to hold or acquire land―

(i) where the land is acquired by
devise or inheritance or by
voluntary conveyance

(ii) in any other case―

(A) where the land comprises a
condominium as defined by
section 2(2) of the Condo-
minimum Act 1986 and falls
within section 5 of the land
policy

(B) (where the land comprises a
residential unit in the
Morgan’s Harbour Develop-
ment

(C) in any other case



Where the licence referred to in sub-paragraph (a)(ii)
relates to land to be held or acquired by a restricted
person together with his Bermudian spouse

In any given case the fee paid under sub-paragraph (a)
(ii) less the fee payable under paragraph (8) is to be
refunded on the instruction of Cabinet.










$1,097.00















$1,097.00








15% of
the value




15% of
the value

22% of
the value




$1,097.00

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(b) an amending licence which alters an
existing licence



$1,097.00

(10) Registering the acquisition of land by an
alien or a restricted person under Part VI—


$126.00

(11) )Granting a licence for a corporation to
take a lease of land in Bermuda―

(a) on grant, for a period which is less
than 12 years





$509.00

(b) on grant, for a period of 12 years or
more but not exceeding 21 years


$1,018.00

(12) Granting re-entry permits―

(a) approving letter of re-entry for a
person not possessing Bermudian
status who is employed in Bermuda
and any dependant of his

(b) issuing a letter of confirmation of
employment and entry/re-entry to
Bermuda to any dependant, other
than the spouse, of a person not
possessing Bermudian status who is
employed in Bermuda or a duplicate
such letter to the employee or his
spouse






$8.00










$8.00

(13) Issuing―

(a) a multiple re-entry permit under
section 53




$84.00

(b) a landing permit—

(i) for each member of the crew
joining or leaving a yacht in
Bermuda

(ii) for any other person






$18.00

$24.00

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(14) Granting permission to a travelling
salesman―

(a) to engage in local business as a self-
employed travelling salesman

(b) to work with a local sole representative


(15) Granting permission to reside in

Bermuda―




$266.00
(per month)

$266.00
(per annum)



(a) on application under section 32(1) for
up to 1 year



(b) on grant of a residential certificate
under section 32(5) to――

(i) persons who pay rent for
residential premises occupied by
them, and the spouses of such
persons

(ii) persons who own the freehold of
residential premises or are the
lessees of such premises where the
leases have 25 years or more to
run, or who have entered into a
binding contract to purchase the
freehold of such premises or to
take a lease of such premises for
25 years or more, and the spouses
of such persons

$115.00
(refundable if

refused)








$853.00











Nil

(16) Issuing identification cards to holders of
residential certificates


$112.00

(17) Certifying residence, employment, etc. $50.00

(18) Certifying amendments to, or duplicate
copies of, certificates and other official documents


$50.00

(19) Granting extensions to visitors for―

(a) a total stay of up to 3 months

(b) a total stay of more than 3 months but
not more than 6 months

(20) Issuing a duplicate work permit within the
period of the original’s validity



Nil


$24.00


$24.00

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Head 6
Bermuda Monetary Authority Act 1969

On applying for approval for classification of a
scheme under regulation 6 of the Bermuda Monetary
Authority (Collective Investment Scheme Classification)
Regulations 1998, pursuant to section 29 of the
Bermuda Monetary Authority Act 1969―



(a) for classification as a Bermuda
Institutional scheme

(b) for classification as a Bermuda
Standard scheme

(c) for classification as a Bermuda
Recognised scheme


$210.00


$315.00


$525.00

Head 7
Bermuda National Parks Act 1986

Issuing a permit under section 15 for the
use of any space owned by Government as a camp
site for a family or group not exceeding 8 persons




$5.00(per night)

Head 8
Bermudian Status by Birth or Grant Register Act 1992

(1) Issuing under section 3(3)(b)—

(a) an extract of an individual's detailed
record from the Register


$8.00

(b) an extract from the Register by
page—



(i) up to 15 pages $8.00

(ii) more than 15 pages $0.55
(per page)

(2) Issuing a certified copy of an extract of
an individual’s detailed record from the Register
under section 3(3)(c)




$50.00

Head 9
Betting Act 1975

Issuing under section 9—

(a) a pool betting agent's licence $400.00

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(b) a bookmaker's licence $4,323.00

Head 10
Building Act 1988

Applying for permits under the Bermuda
Building Code as follows—



(1) In the case of construction
operations involving forms of residential
development (i.e. Use Groups R-2, R-3 and R-4)—



(a) Building Permit—

(i) new structures $0.15
(per sq. ft.)

(min. fee
$115.00)

(ii) accessory structures $60.00

(iii) renovations and altera-
tions to existing structures
(including an electrical or
mechanical permit)





$60.00

(b) Excavation Permit $160.00

(c) Quarrying Permit $60.00

(2) In the case of construction
operations involving all other forms of use—



(a) Building Permit—

(i) new structures —

use groups E & I $0.40
(per sq. ft)

(min. fee
$360.00)

use groups F, H, S & U $0.65
(per sq. ft.)

(min. fee
$360.00)

use groups A & R1 $0.75
(per sq. ft.)

(min. fee
$360.00)

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use groups B & M $0.85
(per sq. ft.)

(min. fee
$360.00)

(ii) accessory structures $190.00

(iii) renovations and alterations
to existing structures


$370.00

(iv) electrical or mechanical
permit

$210.00



(b) Permit issued to allow for the
phased submission of drawings
for a building permit including,
but not limited to, excavation
work, foundation work, super-
structure/steelwork (note: phased
permit fee is in addition to the
building permit fee applicable
under paragraph (2)(a)(i))









$210.00
(per phase)

(c) Quarrying Permit $1,800.00

(3) On revising approved plans—

(a) in relation to construction
operations referred to in
paragraph (1)(a)




$60.00

(b) in relation to construction
operations referred to in
paragraph 2(a)




$150.00

(4) Demolition Permit $210.00

(5) Re-inspection of works $60.00

(6) In all cases where the building
operations commence prior to the issue of the
required permits listed above, an additional fee
will be charged



(7) Reissue of permit and inspection
card


$20.00

(8) Under this item—

For the purposes of calculating the building permit fee in accordance
with paragraphs (1)(a)(i) and (2)(a)(i), the floor space to which the fee shall

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apply means the total gross square footage of new construction,
including verandas and balconies, but excluding water tanks, outdoor
paved areas, patios and the like;

"accessory structures" include, but are not limited to, tennis courts,
parking areas, driveways, docks, walls, satellite dish receivers, signs,
piers, platforms, patios and like structures which do not result in the
creation of additional, enclosed floorspace, that are incidental to the
principal building and located on the same lot; and, for the avoidance of
doubt, a swimming pool is not an accessory structure and any separate
application for a pool shall be subject to the minimum fee set out in
either paragraph (1)(a)(i) or (2)(a)(i), whichever is applicable;

"re-inspection of works" means a re-inspection made because, at a
previous, scheduled visit to the works, either—

(a) conditions at the works prevented proper access to the
works; or

(b) the works did not meet the requirements of the Building
Code Regulations 1991; or

(c) the works for some other reason were not available or
ready for inspection; or

(d) a copy of the approved drawings was not available on-
site.

In the case of an existing building where the application relates to
building works designed specifically to provide access for, or otherwise
meet the needs of, the physically handicapped, no fee shall be charged.

In the case of alterations or extensions to a building listed as a building
of special architectural or historical interest in accordance with section
30 of the Development and Planning Act 1974, no fee shall be charged.

Head 11
Building Authority Act 1962

(1) Issuing a permit or licence under the
Building Authority (Petroleum) Regulations 1962—



(a) to possess, offer for sale, or store in
excess of 10 gallons (45 litres)
of, or to use a portable tank for
the transportation of, dangerous
petroleum






$200.00

(b) to maintain or operate an
installation for bulk storage of
petroleum gases




$460.00

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(c) to possess and offer for sale
ordinary petroleum in excess of 275
gallons (1250 litres) save that no
further fee shall be required from
the holder of a subsisting permit or
licence issued under sub-paragraph
(a)








$70.00

(2) In respect of the Building Authority
(Elevators and Lifts) Regulations 1962—



(a) issuing a permit to operate—

(i) a passenger elevator or
escalator $265.00

(ii) a freight elevator or service
elevator $210.00

(iii) a dumbwaiter $100.00

(iv) an amusement device $210.00

(b) reissuing a permit referred to in
sub-paragraph (a) $20.00

(3) Issuing a licence under the Building
Authority (Public Buildings) Regulations 1962 to use
a building outside a municipal area as a theatre,
cinema, dance hall, concert hall or for any other
public exhibition, entertainment or performance—



(a) full licence $210.00

(b) occasional licence $65.00

Head 12
Care and Protection of Animals Act 1975

Granting a licence under regulation 3(2) of
the Care and Protection of Animals (Commercial
Horse Stables) Regulations 1984, to keep a
commercial horse stable—



(a) with 4 horses or fewer $160.00

(b) with more than 4, but not more
than 20 horses


$370.00

(c) with more than 20 horses $750.00

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Head 13
Children Act 1998


(1) Issuing or renewing a licence under

section 68(3) to operate a day care centre that has―


(a) no more than 15 children

(b) more than 15 but not more than 30
children

(c) more than 30 children

$55.00


$110.00

$165.00

(2) Issuing a certificate of registration under
section 76(4) to―

(a) a person in charge of a day care
centre

(b) a deputy person in charge of a day
care centre

(c) any other day care provider





$10.00


$10.00

$5.00

Head 14
Clean Air Act 1991

(1) Applying under section 5 for a permit to
construct a controlled plant


$135.00

(2) Applying under rule 4 of the Clean Air
Rules 1993 for a permit to alter an existing
controlled plant




$70.00

(3) Applying under section 8 for a licence
to operate a controlled plant

$55.00
(per annum)

(4) Applying to amend a licence to operate
a controlled plant


$30.00

(5) Issuing under rule 11 of the Clean Air
Rules 1993 a copy of the record of an application for
a permit




$30.00

(6) Applying for permission pursuant to
rule 17 of the Clean Air Rules 1993


$30.00

(7) On lodging any notice of appeal under
section 16 $150.00

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Head 15
Companies Act 1981

(1) Considering an application to be
registered under section 6


$215.00

(2) Registering a memorandum of associa-
tion under section 14


$64.00

(3) Applying to alter a memorandum of
association under section 12


$127.00

(4) Registering any alteration of a
memorandum of association (other than an
alteration of share capital as provided under
section 45)





$64.00

(5) Applying to amend a provision of a
private Act incorporating a company under section
286




$127.00

(6) Registering any amendment to a private
Act pursuant to section 286(4)


$64.00

(7) Applying for approval of a change of
name under section 10(1)


$64.00

(8) Registering a change of name and
issuing a certificate of change of name under section
10(3)




$64.00

(9) Filing a prospectus under section 26 $64.00

(10) Filing a memorandum of increase of
share capital in accordance with section 45


$64.00

(11) Filing a memorandum of reduction of
share capital under section 46


$64.00

(12) Filing a return of share-holdings under
section 117


$34.00

(13) Filing of particulars by an overseas
company under section 142


$64.00

(14) Applying for a permit to establish a
place of business in Bermuda under section 134


$215.00

(15) Registering a scheme of arrangement
under section 99(3)


$64.00

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(16) Making available for inspection by a
member of the public a document, register or index
in the custody of the Registrar of Companies




$7.00

(17) Registering—

(a) under Part V of the Act any charge
that may be registered thereunder
on the assets of a local company




$127.00

(b) under Part V of the Act any charge
that may be registered thereunder
on the assets of an exempted
company or an overseas company—






(i) where the amount secured is
$1,000,000 or less


$254.00

(ii) where the amount secured is
over $1,000,000


$446.00

(c) particulars of a series of debentures
under Part V of the Act


$64.00

(d) complete or partial satisfaction of
mortgage/charge under section 59


$64.00

(e) the appointment of a receiver or
manager under section 60(1)


$64.00

(18) Filing notice of ceasing to act as a
receiver or manager under section 60(2)


$64.00

(19) Registering or filing any document by
this Act required or authorised to be delivered, sent
or forwarded to the Registrar other than a return of
share holdings or a prospectus or the memorandum
or the abstract required to be delivered to the
Registrar by a receiver or manager or the statement
required to be sent to the Registrar by the liquidator
of a company in a winding-up or any document the
fee for which is specifically provided










$64.00

(20) Preparing a copy of any document by a
public officer, for each page


$1.50

(21) Searching by a public officer of the
records maintained by the Registrar of Companies
for the purpose of obtaining a certificate that the
Companies Act 1981 has been complied with





$64.00

(22) Issuing a prescribed form $2.50

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(23) Issuing a certificate of sanction to
acquire land under section 120


$127.00

(24) Certifying and sealing a copy of any
document or set of documents


$64.00

(25) Issuing a certificate of sanction for the
holding of a general meeting under section 72(2) $64.00

(26) Applying to amalgamate companies
under section 104 or 107—



(a) 2 companies $127.00

(b) each additional company $53.00

(27) Applying for directions under section
25(5)


$127.00

(28) Applying to restore a company to the
Register


$127.00

(29) Registering an order to restore a
company to the Register under section 261(6)


$64.00

(30) Applying to rectify a registered charge
under section 56


$64.00

(31) Applying for continuance under section
132C(1)


$287.00

(32) Filing a notice of discontinuance under
section 132H(1)


$287.00

(33) Registering the change of currency
denomination of share capital under section 45(3)


$64.00

(34) Applying by a company limited by
shares to be re-registered as an unlimited liability
company under section 14A(1)




$127.00

(35) Registering a company to be re-
registered as an unlimited liability company under
section 14A(1)




$64.00

(36) Filing an affidavit relating to financial
assistance under section 39C


$64.00

(37) Registering amalgamated companies
under section 108


$64.00

(38) Applying by permit company to vary
the terms of its permit under section 138


$127.00

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Head 16
Customs Department Act 1952

(1) Supervising a ship under section 3 in
respect of each day or part of a day (from midnight
to midnight) during which the ship is within the
waters of Bermuda—



(a) passenger ships carrying more than
20 passengers


$413.00

(subject to a
maximum charge of

$1239 per vessel)

(b) other ships $248.00
(subject to a

maximum charge of
$744 per vessel)

(2) Supervising ship containers under
section 3(1A)


$26.00

(per container)

(3) Rendering of services by customs
officers in relation to private aircraft under section
3A—



(a) from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. $38.00
(per hour)

(b) from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. $52.00
(per hour)

(4) Rendering of services by customs
officers outside a customs area under section 4(1)—



(a) where a contract is entered into with
the Collector of Customs for the full-
time services of a customs officer for
a period of not less than 12 months





$32.00
(per hour)

(b) in any other case—

(i) on weekdays from 5 p.m. to
midnight

$38.00
(per hour,
subject to

a min. fee of
$50.00)



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(ii) on weekdays from midnight to
8 a.m.

$52.00
(per hour)

(iii) on weekends and on public
holidays

$52.00
(per hour)

(5) Rendering of services by customs
officers to clear courier packages under section 4A

$1.00
(per package)

Head 17
Customs Tariff Act 1970

Issuing a certificate of exemption under
section 6―



(a) where one of the conditions is that
the vessel shall not be used for sport
or for recreation in or about the
waters of Bermuda




$449.00

(per month or
part thereof)

(b) where one of the conditions is that
the vessel may be used for sport and
recreation in or about the waters of
Bermuda




1% of vessel

value (min. fee
$1,000 per month

or part thereof)

Head 18
Dental Practitioners Act 1950

(1) Registering a dental practitioner under
section 7—



(a) on application $35.00

(b) on registration $104.00

(2) Issuing a licence to a dental technician
or dental hygienist under regulation 7 of the Dental
Hygienists Regulations 1950




$35.00

Head 19
Department of Works and Engineering Act 1984

Issuing a permit to excavate a highway
under section 11


$250.00

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Head 20
Development and Planning Act 1974

(1) Applying for any building operation
defined as permitted development under the
Development and Planning (General Development)
Order 1975, or any subsequent amendments thereto





$60.00

(2) Applying for planning permission
pursuant to Part IV of the Act unless the applicant is
exempted from payment, where site coverage of
proposed development is—



(a) less than 4,000 sq. ft. $150.00

(b) 4,000 to 9,999 sq. ft. $315.00

(c) 10,000 sq. ft. or more $525.00

For the purpose of this paragraph an applicant is
exempted from payment of the fee where his
application involves—



(a) alterations or extensions to a building
listed as a building of special archi-
tectural or historical interest in accord-
ance with section 30 of the Act;

(b) alterations or extensions to a building,
or the construction of a new dwelling,
designed specifically to meet the needs
of the physically handicapped; or

(c) the submission of a revised application
following the withdrawal of a previous
application, provided the revised
application is submitted within twelve
months and only one exemption per site
is allowed

(3) On submission of an application for the
renewal of planning permission in accordance with
rule 9 of the Development and Planning (Application
Procedure) Rules 1997





$60.00

(4) Applying for planning permission
pursuant to Part IV or Part X of the Act for all forms
of development commenced before final approval is
granted an additional fee will be charged





$315.00

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(5) Applying for the subdivision of land
pursuant to Part VI of the Act where the application
is―





(a) to alter lot boundaries where no
additional lots are created—



(i) on applying $145.00

(ii) on final approval Nil

(b) to create one additional lot—

(i) on applying for approval of a
draft plan


$145.00

(ii) on applying for approval of final
plan


$335.00

(c) to create 2 or 4 additional lots―

(i) on applying for approval of a
draft plan

(ii) on applying for approval of final
plan




$145.00


$660.00
(per lot)

(d) to create 5 or 9 additional lots―

(i) on applying for approval of a draft
plan




$145.00

(ii) on applying for approval of a final
plan

$1,260.00
(per lot)

(e) to create 10 or more additional lots―

(i) on applying for approval of a
draft plan

(ii) on applying for approval of a
final plan




$145.00


$1,575.00

(per lot)

"Final plan" for the purposes of this paragraph
means the plan of subdivision pursuant to section
35C and includes automatic registration of that plan
by the Minister pursuant to section 35D.



(6) Serving a notice of intention to
purchase land upon the Minister under section 62(2)


$315.00

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(7) Appeals―

(a) on lodging any notice of appeal to
the Minister under section 57

(b) any appeal referred to an inquiry
before a person appointed by the
Minister shall be subject to an
additional fee payable by the
appellant


$210.00






$580.00

For the purposes of the paragraphs above, the fees
are to be charged on the basis of the development for
which planning permission is being sought and any
development for which planning permission has
previously been granted shall not be included in
calculating the fee.



Head 21
Dogs Act 1978

(1) Issuing a dog licence under section
4(1)—



(a) neutered males & spayed bitches $20.00

(b) other dogs & bitches $55.00

(c) guide dogs owned by the blind Nil

(2) Issuing a duplicate identification tag
under section 4(5)


$16.00

(3) Licensing premises required to be
licensed under section 7


$210.00

(4) Reclaiming a dog under section 13(3) $80.00

Head 22
Exempted Undertakings Tax Protection Act 1966

Issuing a tax assurance $132.00

Head 23
Explosive Substances Act 1974

Issuing —

(a) a blasting licence under section 6 $439.00

(b) a blasting permit under section 7 $14.00

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(c) a magazine licence under section 8 $225.00

(d) a special licence under section 9 $225.00

(e) a firework display licence under
section 10


$126.00

(f) a permit to manufacture explosives
under section 5(2)(f)


$867.00

Head 24
Firearms Act 1973

(1) Issuing the following annual licences—

(a) a firearm licence under section 5 $16.00

(b) a gun licence for a firearm or
ammunition to which section 7(1)(a)
applies




Nil

(c) any other gun licence under section
7 (except under section 7(1)(a))


$18.00

(d) an ammunition licence under
section 6


$48.00

(e) a rifle club licence under section 8 $132.00

(f) a firearm dealer's licence under
section 10


$92.00

(g) a firearm or ammunition licence
issued to a registered charitable
organisation under section 5 or 6




Nil

(2) Issuing a temporary firearm licence
under section 5


$16.00

(3) Issuing a removal permit under section
14


$16.00

Head 25
Fisheries Act 1972

(1) Issuing a licence in respect of—

(a) a local fishing vessel $315.00

(b) a vessel ancillary to a local fishing
vessel


$32.00

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(c) a foreign fishing vessel $3,675.00
(plus $3.75 per ton
of gross registered

tonnage of the
vessel)

(2) Registering a fisherman $15.00

(3) Issuing a licence to export or import
fish


$65.00

(4) Inspecting the fishing boat register $15.00

(5) Issuing a certificate of registration or a
certified copy of any entry in a register


$35.00

(6) Issuing a licence to take lobsters under
regulation 12(5) of the Fisheries Regulations 1972


$110.00

(7) Issuing a licence to take lobsters using
fixed fishing gear


$1,500.00

(8) Issuing any licence other than as above $35.00

Head 26
Foreshore Licences Act 1945

Issuing a foreshore licence under section 3 Nil

Head 27
Fumigation (Control) Act 1945

Issuing an annual licence under section 4 to
carry out fumigations


$92.00

Head 28
Hague Convention 1961

The signing by the Deputy Governor of—

(a) a document under seal $15.00

(b) a certificate of consular represen-
tation in Bermuda


$3.50

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Head 29
Hotels (Licensing and Control) Act 1969

Granting a hotel licence under section 9 $4.25
(multiplied by

the number
specified in the

licence as the
maximum number

of guests who
under the licence
may be provided

with sleeping
accommodation
at any one time)

Head 30
Insurance Act 1978

(1) Applying for registration as―

(a) an insurer under section 4(1)

(b) an insurance manager under
section 10

(c) an insurance broker under section
10

(d) an insurance agent under section
10

(e) an insurance salesman under
section 10



$127.00


$127.00


$127.00


$127.00


$64.00

(2) Applying―

(a) to vary or delete any conditions
imposed on the Certificate of
Registration under section 4(3)

(b) to register as a different class of
insurer under section 4(6)

(c) to register as a long-term insurer
under section 4(6)






$105.00


$105.00


$105.00

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(d) to be granted an extension to the
filing deadline under section 17(4)

(e) to be exempted from the record
keeping requirements of section
18C(1)

(f) to file an affidavit prior to the
payment of dividends exceeding
25% of a Class 4 insurer’s statutory
capital and surplus under section
31B

(g) to receive ministerial approval for an
insurer to reduce total statutory
capital by 15% or more under
section 31C

(h) to be granted a direction under
section 56


$158.00




$105.00






$105.00





$105.00


$105.00

(i) to receive ministerial approval for an
asset not appearing on lines 1, 2,
3(a), 5(a), 9, 10, 11 and 12 as
required by the Insurance Accounts
Regulations 1980, to be treated as a
“relevant asset”

(j) to receive ministerial approval of
letters of credit, guarantees and any
other instruments to be treated as
other fixed capital







$105.00





$105.00

(3) Registering―

(a) an insurer―

(i) non-resident insurance un-
dertaking under the Non-
Resident Insurance Under-
takings Act 1967 (fees in
sub-paragraphs (ii) to (x) of
paragraph (a) of this item
do not apply to these
undertakings

(ii) Class 1 insurer carrying on
general business













$3,150.00


$1,575.00

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(iii) Class 2 insurer carrying on
general business

(iv) Class 3 insurer carrying on
general business


$1,575.00


$2,625.00



(v) Class 4 insurer carrying on
general business

(vi) Long-term insurer

(vii) Class 1 insurer carrying on
both general business and
long-term business

(viii) Class 2 insurer carrying on
both general business and
long-term business


$15,750.00

$2,625.00




$2,625.00




$2,625.00

(ix) Class 3 insurer carrying on
both general business and
long-term business

(x) Class 4 insurer carrying on
both general business and
long-term business




$2,625.00




$15,750.00

(b) an insurance manager under
section 10

(c) an insurance broker under section
10

(d) an insurance agent under section
10

(e) an insurance salesman under
section 10


$1,213.00


$1,213.00


$1,213.00


$64.00

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(4) Issuing any certificate under section
14(1)(c)

(5) Inspecting the register under section
14(1)(d)

(6) The furnishing by the Registrar of any
document or copy of a document under section
14(1)(e)―

(a) for the first three pages or part
thereof

(b) for each additional three pages or
part thereof


$64.00


$7.00






$5.00


$5.00

(7) Annual fee under section 14(2) payable
by―



(a) an insurer―

(i) non-resident insurance under
taking under the Non-
Resident Insurance Under
takings Act 1967 (fees in sub-
paragraphs (ii) to (x) of
paragraph (a) of this item do
not apply to these
undertakings)

(ii) Class 1 insurer carrying on
general business

(iii) Class 2 insurer carrying on
general business










$3,150.00


$840.00


$840.00

(iv) Class 3 insurer carrying on
general business

(v) Class 4 insurer carrying on
general business

(vi) Long-term insurer

(vii) Class 1 insurer carrying on
both general business and
long-term business


$2,625.00


$15,750.00

$2,625.00




$2,625.00

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(viii) Class 2 insurer carrying on
both general business and
long-term business

(ix) Class 3 insurer carrying on
both general business and
long-term business

(x) Class 4 insurer carrying on
both general business and
long-term business

(b) an insurance manager under
section 10

(c) an insurance broker under section
10




$2,625.00




$2625.00




$15,750.00


$1,213.00


$1,213.00

(d) an insurance agent under section
10

(e) an insurance salesman under
section 10

$1,213.00


$121.00

Head 31
Investment Business Act 1998

Granting a licence to an investment provider
under section 10(1)


$1,000.00

Head 32
Legitimacy Act 1933

Registering the birth of legitimated persons
pursuant to paragraph 5 of the Schedule


$23.00

Head 33
Liquor Licence Act 1974

(1) Issuing a sanitary certificate in respect
of premises to be licensed under section 18


$110.00

(2) Issuing a permit pursuant to section
1(1) authorising the playing of crown and anchor on
the premises of any licensed club




$1,026.00

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Head 34
Marine Board Act 1962

(1) Examining an applicant for a diving
licence under section 102—



(a) initial $158.00

(b) renewal $26.00

(2) Inspecting diving equipment under
section 102


$164.00

(3) Registering, or transferring registration,
under section 102



(a) any surf-board propelled by sail Nil

(b) any boat of an overall length of 16
feet or less, being a boat propelled
by an attached sail




Nil

(c) any boat propelled otherwise than
by motor or sail


Nil

(4) Transferring the registration of a boat
other than a boat mentioned in paragraph (3) of this
item




$29.00

(5) Annual registration of a boat other than
a boat mentioned in paragraph (3) of this item—

(a) up to and including 12" - 11" in
length, and





$27.00

(b) for each additional foot of length or
part thereof


$3.25

(6) Issuing a licence for an island boat
under the Marine Board (Island Boats) Regulations
1965



(a) carrying 1-10 passengers $165.00

(b) carrying 11-25 passengers $330.00

(c) carrying 26-50 passengers $494.00

(d) carrying 51-100 passengers $658.00

(e) carrying over 100 passengers $818.00

(f) rental power-craft $68.00

(g) rental boat (other than power-craft) $37.00

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(7) Examining an applicant for the
purposes of the Marine Board (Island Boats)
Regulations 1965 for—





(a) an engineer's licence $164.00

(b) an engine driver's licence $88.00

(c) a pilot's licence $88.00

(8) Issuing a certificate under section 48(4) $818.00

(9) Issuing a licence under regulation 4(1)
of the Marine and Ports Authority (Moorings)
Regulations 1967




$65.00

Head 35
Maritime Marriage Act 1999

(1) Entering a notice of—

(a) an intended marriage under
section 6 $53.00

(b) a caveat under section 10 $35.00

(2) Issuing a certificate for marriage
under section 7


$35.00

(3) (a) Applying for a special licence under
section 13


$18.00

(b) Issuing a special licence under
section 13


$380.00

(4) Copying an entry in the Register of
Maritime Marriages under section 19


$19.00

(5) Providing express service (within 2
days) on request in connection with paragraph (4)


$11.00

(refundable
if deadline not

met)

(6) Searching the Register of Maritime
Marriages under section 19


$13.00

(7) Correcting an entry in the Register of
Maritime Marriages under section 21


$13.00

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Head 36
Marriage Act 1944

(1) Entering a notice of—

(a) an intended marriage under section
10

$53.00

(b) a caveat under section 17 $35.00

(2) Issuing a certificate for marriage under
section 14


$35.00

(3) (a) Applying for a special licence $18.00

(b) Issuing a special licence under
section 20


$380.00

(4) Contracting marriage before the
Registrar under section 9


$156.00

(5) Copying an entry in the Register of
Marriages under section 30


$19.00

(6) Providing express service (within 2
days) on request in connection with paragraph (5)


$11.00

(refundable if
deadline not met)

(7) Searching the Register of Marriages
under section 30


$13.00

(8) Correcting an entry in the Register of
Marriages under section 32


$13.00

Head 37
Medical Practitioners Act 1950

(1) Registering a medical practitioner under
section 7—



(a) on application $35.00

(b) on registration $104.00

(2) Issuing an authorization—

(a) to a visiting practitioner under
section 21


$25.00

(b) for a locum tenens under section 22 $25.00

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Head 38
Misuse of Drugs Act 1972

Issuing a licence to import and export
controlled drugs under section 4


$18.00

Head 39
Motor Car Act 1951

(1) Examining an applicant for a certificate
of competence to drive


$35.00

Provided that the examination of any applicant over
the age of 65 years shall be free of charge.



(2) (a) issuing or renewing a ten year
driver's licence not specifically
provided for below


$78.00

(b) issuing or renewing a driver's
licence valid for 5 years in respect of
a person over the age of 65 years
but under 75 years





$18.00

(c) issuing or renewing a driver's
licence valid for 2 years in respect of
a person over the age of 75 years




$3.60

(d) issuing or renewing a driver's
licence valid for 3 years for the
driving of a public service vehicle,
heavy truck or tank wagon





$57.60

(e) issuing or renewing an interim
licence under section 75(2)


$10.00

(f) issuing or renewing a learner's
permit


$19.00

(g) replacing a driver's licence which
has been lost or defaced


$19.00

(3) Registering a motor vehicle $25.00

(4) Examining—

(a) a vehicle with four or more than
four wheels


$22.00

(b) a vehicle with less than four wheels $15.00

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(5) Issuing a duplicate of any document
other than a certificate of registration


$12.00

(6) Issuing a permit to use a vehicle
on excepted days—

(a) general Sunday permit (for vehicles
other than water tank wagons and
funeral coaches and trucks used by
farmers and fishermen while
engaged in their trade or business
and with permits to use same)









25% of the
appropriate

licence
duty for

the vehicle
concerned

(b) occasional Sunday permit $19.00

(7) Issuing a day permit to use an
unlicensed vehicle


$14.00

(8) Examining a driving instructor $46.00

(9) Issuing or renewing a driving instructor
licence


$18.00

(10) Issuing a taxi driver's identification
badge


$18.00

(11) Re-issuing a rate card holder $8.00

(12) Issuing motor car identification plates $35.00

(13) Furnishing a certified copy of any entry
in the motor car register


$12.00

(14) Issuing a motor cycle identification
plate


$18.00

Head 40
Nursing Act 1969

Registering or enrolling a nurse under
section 6―

(a) initial fee

(b) annual assessment




$26.00

$9.00

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Head 41
Optometrists and Opticians Act 1973

Registering an optometrist or optician under
section 4—



(a) on applying $35.00

(b) on registering $104.00

Head 42
Patents and Designs Act 1930

(1) Applying for a patent or extension
thereof under section 4


$126.00

(2) Requesting an overseas search and
examination to support a patent application



A $650.00 deposit towards the cost of the overseas
search will be payable when the request is made,
and any balance will be refunded when the actual
cost is known.


$105.00

(plus actual
cost of overseas

search)

(3) Applying for the registration of a patent
under section 16


$51.00

(4) Disclaiming or amending a patent under
section 7


$35.00

(5) Registering an assignment, charge or
transmission of a patent under section 5


$26.00

(6) Applying under section 24 or 26 for—

(a) registering or extending a copyright
of a design


$126.00

(b) where there is more than one class,
for each class after the first


$14.00

(7) Registering any assignment, charge or
transmission of—



(a) copyright in a design $35.00

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(b) where there is a series of designs or
marks, copyright in every design
owned by the same proprietor after
the first





$14.00

(8) Applying to change the name, style or
address of the registered proprietor of―

(a) a patent or design

(b) where there is a series of patents or
designs, each patent or design
owned by the same proprietor after
the first




$26.00





$8.00

(9) Publishing in the Gazette any
application, declaration, disclaimer or other matter
required to be published




$26.00
(plus cost of

advertisement)

(10) Correcting any error or on giving
permission to make any amendment in or in
connection with an application for a patent or
registration of a design under section 40





$26.00

(11) Inspecting any design during copyright
or after copyright has ceased under section 28


$14.00

(12) Searching or inspecting any register
kept under the Act under section 39


$14.00

(per search
or inspection)

(13) Issuing by the Registrar of a certificate
other than a certificate of the correctness of a copy
under section 41


$26.00

(per certificate)

(14) Furnishing information as to whether
registration of a design still exists under section 29


$14.00

(15) Furnishing a certified copy of an entry
in a register or of any specification in a patent under
section 39 for―

(a) the first page or part thereof

(b) each additional page or part thereof





$26.00

$14.00

(16) Sealing a duplicate of a patent lost or
destroyed under section 15


$26.00

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(17) Registering a patent under rule 10 of the
Patents and Designs Rules of 1903


$26.00

Head 43
Pedlars Act 1894

Issuing a certificate to a pedlar plying his
trade—



(a) without a vehicle propelled or drawn
by mechanical or human power or
without a horse or other beast
bearing or drawing burden





$28.00

(b) with a vehicle drawn or propelled by
human power


$83.00

(c) with a vehicle drawn or propelled by
mechanical power or by a horse or
other beast bearing or drawing
burden





$410.00

Head 44
Pension Trust Funds Act 1966

(1) Registering a pension trust fund under
section 3


$219.00

(2) Registering an amendment of rules
under section 4


$66.00

(3) Issuing a tax assurance $44.00

(4) Issuing a certificate of registration, or
certificate of registration of an amendment of rules


$15.00

Head 45
Pharmacy and Poisons Act 1979

(1) Registering as a pharmacist under
section 7—



(a) on registering $44.00

(b) biennially on the anniversary of
registration $44.00

(2) Registering premises as a pharmacy
under section 17


$86.00

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(3) Issuing a licence to sell poisons under
section 34


$69.00

Head 46
Post Office Act 1900

Issuing an annual licence under section 6A $1,500.00

Head 47
Private Investigators and Security Guards Act 1974

(1) Issuing a licence to engage in the
business of providing private investigators or
security guards under section 3




$686.00

(2) Issuing a licence to act as a private
investigator or a security guard under section 3


$44.00

Head 48
Professions Supplementary to Medicine Act 1973

Registering a dietician, medical laboratory
technologist, occupational therapist, physio-
therapist, radiographer, speech therapist or
chiropodist under section 5





$26.00

Head 49
Public Health Act 1949

(1) Issuing an annual licence under the
Public Health (Milk and Dairy Farm) Regulations
1952 to operate, manage or have charge of―

(a) a pasteurising plant under
regulation 11

(b) a diary farm under regulation 3(3)




$345.00

$46.00

(2) Issuing an annual licence under
regulation 1 of the Public Health (Keeping of Pigs)
Regulations 1958 to keep pigs―

(a) fewer than 50 pigs

(b) 50 pigs or more



$44.00

$87.00

(3) Issuing an annual licence under
regulation 4 of the Public Health (Slaughter of
Animals) Regulations 1945 to operate, slaughter
house





$44.00

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(4) Issuing an annual licence under
regulation 5(1) of the Public Health (Food)
Regulations 1950 to operate—



(a) an itinerant restaurant $44.00

(b) a victualling manufactory or bakery $5.25
(per 100 sq. ft.

of floor area)

(c) a victualling establishment other
than a bakery, manufactory, or
itinerant restaurant



wholesale food warehouse of less
than 4000 square feet

(d) wholesale food warehouse of 4000
square feet or more

$11.50
(per 100 sq. ft. of

floor space to which
the public have

access)


$55.00


$165.00

(5) Issuing a certificate under regulation 3
of the Public Health (Food) Regulations 1950, that
food landed in Bermuda is unfit for human
consumption where the imported value as declared
by a customs officer is―

(a) $250 or more

(b) less than $250





$44.00

$18.00

(6) Issuing, under regulation 5 of the
Public Health (Food) Regulations 1950, a temporary
licence to operate a victualling establishment that is
a food stall





$10.00

(7) Issuing an annual licence under
regulation 4 of the Public Health (Hairdressing etc.
Establishments) Regulations 1955 to operate a hair
dressing or cosmetic treatment establishment





$22.00
(per operating

employee)

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(8) Issuing an annual permit under section
29 to use water drawn or piped from any well or
boring or from any stream, pond or lake for drinking
or for any process connected with the preparation or
manufacture of any food or drink―

(i) for 5 apartments or fewer

(ii) in any other case







$62.00

$345.00

(9) Sampling or testing water used for
drinking or for any process connected with the
preparation or manufacture of any food or drink




$10.00

Head 50
Public Holidays Act 1947

Issuing a holiday trading licence under
section 8―

(a) annual (except vending machine)

(b) annual vending machine

(c) for a single day




$291.00

$84.00

$72.00

Head 51
Quarantine Act 1946

Issuing a certificate following inspection and
deratization of a vessel under regulation 27 or 28 of
the Quarantine (Maritime) Regulations 1946




$250.00

Head 52
Radiation Act 1972

Issuing or renewing a licence to
manufacture, sell etc. any radioactive substance or
irradiating apparatus under section 2—



(a) 1 - 2 units $89.00

(b) 3 - 4 units $123.00

(c) 5 - 6 units $149.00

(d) 7 - 8 units $178.00

(e) 9 or more $208.00

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Head 53
Real Estate Agents' Licensing Act 1976

(1) Issuing or renewing an annual agent's
licence under section 3


$449.00

(2) Issuing or renewing an annual
salesman's licence under section 4


$72.00

Head 54
Registrar General (Recording of Documents) Act 1955

(1) Inspecting, examining, copying or
making extracts from any document, register or
index and making any necessary search of any
record book in connection therewith (per hour or
part of an hour occupied) under section 4






$13.00

(2) Searching by a public officer for any
document or of any register or index (per hour or
part of an hour occupied)




$26.00

(3) Searching by a public officer or a
member of the public for any document or of any
register or index, where in the opinion of the
Registrar General the information to be obtained will
be for the public benefit






Nil

(4) Examining, certifying and sealing a
copy of any document or entry in a register or
index—



(a) for the first page or part thereof $13.00

(b) for each additional page or part
thereof


$7.50

(5) Recording and registering a deed poll
evidencing a change of name under section 9—



(a) where the Registrar prepares a copy $30.00

(b) where a copy is supplied $21.00

(6) Recording and registering any
document other than a deed poll—



(a) where the Registrar prepares a
copy—



(i) for the first page or part thereof $30.00

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(ii) for each additional page or part
thereof


$7.50

(b) where a copy is supplied—

(i) for the first page or part thereof $21.00

(ii) for each additional page or part
thereof


$7.50

(c) where a duplicate copy is stamped,
per page or part thereof


$4.00

(7) Preparing and furnishing a copy of any
document or entry in a register or index—



(a) for the first page or part thereof $13.00

(b) for each additional page or part
thereof

$7.50

(c) examining, certifying and sealing
the same


$13.00

(8) Where as respects paragraphs (5)(a)
and (6) of this item a document is involved, being a
document written in whole or in part in a foreign
language, or comprising a map or plan, or a
mechanical or scientific diagram or drawing, or a set
of mathematical computations, or a photograph or
other pictorial representation, comprising other
materials not printed or typewritten, in addition to
the actual cost incurred—



(a) for the first page or part thereof $21.00

(b) for each additional page or part
thereof

$7.50

(9) Issuing an annual ticket under section
6


$64.00

Head 55
Registration (Births and Deaths) Act 1949

(1) Copying an entry in any register under
section 4


$17.00

(2) Searching any register under section 4 $13.00

(3) Correcting anything in any register
under section 15


$13.00

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(4) Issuing a short certificate of birth $12.00

(5) Providing express service (within 2
days) on request in connection—



(a) with paragraph (1) $11.00

(b) with paragraph (4) $6.00
(refundable if
deadline not

met)

Head 56
Rent Increases (Domestic Premises) Control Act 1978

Reviewing fee under section 16(2) $26.00

Head 57
Revenue Act 1898

(a) Issuing a landing certificate under
section 21


$25.00

(b) Issuing an annual licence authorizing
the use of a building or place as a warehouse for the
storage of the following unaccustomed goods in
bond under section 50—



(a) petroleum $27,430.00

(b) alcohol and tobacco, where the
value of the bond exceeds $100,000


$10,970.00

(c) alcohol and tobacco, where the
value of the bond is $100,000 or
less




$5,485.00

Head 58
Royal Prerogative

(1) Issuing—

(a) a standard size passport $52.00

(c) a "Jumbo" passport $69.00

(2) Forwarding to the proper authority
overseas an application for a United Kingdom
passport




$67.00

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(3) Issuing an additional passport of
restricted validity except in replacement of a
passport lost or temporarily unavailable




$53.00

(4) Extending for the first time the validity
of an additional passport other than one issued in
replacement of a passport lost or temporarily
unavailable





Nil

(5) Amending the name of the holder of a
passport


$13.00

(6) Adding a new photograph and/or
amending descriptions


$13.00

(7) Uniting passports $18.00



(8) Issuing and, where required, drawing an
emergency passport or other document not
otherwise provided for in lieu of a passport




$26.00

(9) Granting a visa (on a passport or other
travel document)―

(a) for an ordinary visa

(b) for transit visa

so, however, that the Governor may direct that the
visa fees to be charged to the nationals of any
particular country shall be equivalent to the fees
charged by the authorities of that country for their
visas on passports of British Dependent Territories
citizens, British citizens, British Overseas citizens,
British Nationals (Overseas), and such direction
shall have effect accordingly




$26.00

$13.00

(10) Issuing an entry certificate $26.00

(11) Issuing an entitlement certificate $26.00

(12) Searching records

Where a fee is prescribed elsewhere in regulations, a
fee for searching records shall not apply

$13.00

(13) Applying for British naturalisation $67.00
(refundable if
application is

refused)

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(14) Applying for registration as a British
Dependent Territories citizen)—




(a) where―

(i) the application is made in
conjunction with an application
for Bermudian status;

(ii) the applicant already has
Bermudian status;

(iii) the applicant is deemed under
section 16 to have Bermudian
status and is potentially entitled
to obtain Bermudian status
under section 20; or



(iv) the applicant win be deemed
under section 16 to have
Bermuda status on registration
as a British Dependent Ter-
ritories citizen and will be
potentially entitled to obtain
Bermudian status under section
20








$67.00
(refundable if
registration is

refused)

(b) situations other than those referred
to in sub-paragraph (a)―

(i) for minors





(ii) for adults




$$96.00
(refundable if
registration is

refused)

$190.00
(refundable if
registration is

refused)

(15) Providing express services (within 1-7
days) on request in connection with paragraphs (1),
(3), (4), (5), or (6) above




$41.00
(refundable if

deadline not met)

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Head 59
Stamp Duties Act 1976

Adjudicating under section 22 of the Act $120.00
(per adjudication)

Head 60
Taxes Management Act 1976

Appealing to the Tax Appeal Tribunal under
section 25


$83.00

Head 61
Telecommunications Act 1986

(1) Granting a licence under section 9—

(a) Stock Licence $150.00


(b) Class 1 Licence —

(i) initial licence $14,912.00

(ii) renewal $11,175.00

(c) Class 2 Licence $38.00

(d) Class 3 Licence—

(i) initial licence $38.00

(ii) renewal $74.00

(e) Class 4 Licence—

(i) repeater station $300.00

(ii) base station $300.00

(iii) mobile station (see proviso
below)


$46.00

Provided that, if on the date of the issue of the
licence the total number of mobile stations
licensed to a single licensee exceeds 20 units, the
fee shall be calculated by adding the fee for each
repeater station (if any) and each base station (if
any) to the licence fee for the mobile stations in
accordance with the following chart



If the number of mobile stations —

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exceeds 20 units but does not exceed 30
units


$895.00

exceeds 30 units but does not exceed 40
units


$1,344.00

exceeds 40 units but does not exceed 50
units


$1,788.00

exceeds 50 units but does not exceed 60
units


$2,239.00

exceeds 60 units but does not exceed 80
units


$2,688.00

exceeds 80 units but does not exceed 100
units


$3,577.00

exceeds 100 units but does not exceed
125 units


$4,466.00

exceeds 125 units but does not exceed
150 units


$5,585.00

exceeds 150 units but does not exceed
200 units


$6,704.00

exceeds 200 units $8,943.00

(f) Class 5 Licence $77.00

(g) Class 6 Licence—

(i) initial licence $153.00

(ii) renewal $100.00

(h) Class 7 Licence $77.00

(i) Class 8 Licence $77.00

(j) Class 9 Licence—

(i) Radiotelegraph station

initial $350.00

renewal $300.00

(ii) Radiotelegraph station

initial $350.00

renewal $200.00

(iii) Restricted station

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initial $153.00

renewal $77.00

(iv) Restricted VHF station $77.00

(k) Class 11 Licence —

(i) public aeronautical service
station

$373.00

(ii) limited aeronautical service
station

$77.00

(iii) public coast station $373.00

(iv) limited coast station $77.00

(v) operational services station $153.00

(vi) limited operational maritime
services station


$77.00

(l) Cable Television Service Licence—

(i) service limited to a specific area $153.00

(ii) service to serve all of Bermuda 3% of the licensee’s
total revenue to be

paid by quarterly
instalments in

arrears. Payments
shall be estimated in
each quarter and be

subject to adjustment
as necessary within 6

months of the relevant
financial year.

(m) Bermuda Telephone Company Limited
General Licence

3% of the Company’s
revenue, to be paid by
quarterlyinstalments

in arrears. Payments
shall be estimated in
each quarter and be

subject to adjustment
as necessary within 6

months of the relevant
financial year

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For this purpose, the Company’s revenue
does not include―

(a) income from interest; or

(b) revenue collected from customers of
the Company which is due to, and is
passed on by the Company to, other
providers of telecommunications
services, whether in Bermuda or
abroad



(2) Public Telecommunications Service
Licence—



(a) Class A Licence, in respect of
each twelve-month period

6% of total revenue
in Bermuda or 20%

of profit in Bermuda,
whichever is the

greater

(b) Class B Licence, in respect of
each twelve-month period

3% of total
revenue in
Bermuda

(c) Class C Licence—

(i) on grant of licence $2,000.00

(ii) in respect of each twelve-
month period after the
expiration of the first twelve-
month period

3% of total
revenue in

excess of
$100,000

(3) Inspecting a construction or
installation under regulation 30(3) of the Class
One Radio (Broadcasting Service and
Subscription Radio Service in the Broadcasting
Frequency Bands) Regulations 1987






$373.00

(4) Examining an applicant for a
certificate under regulation 18(2) of the Class
Three Radio (Amateur Service) Regulations 1987―

(a) morse

(b) written





$18.00

$18.00

(5) Inspecting a station under the Class
Four Radio (Two-Way Radiotelephone Services)
Regulations 1987―

$50.00

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(a) under regulation 22(2)

(b) under regulation 22(3)

$77.00

$77.00

(6) Inspecting a station under
regulation 22(2) of the Class Eight Radio
(Personal Radio Service) Regulations 1988




$77.00

(7) Under the Class Nine Radio (Maritime
Mobile Service) Regulations 1988―

(a) examining an applicant for a
certificate under regulation
17(3)―

(i) radio-telephone general

(ii) radio-telephone restricted

(iii) radio-communications
general







$77.00

$77.00


$153.00

(b) granting a certificate under
regulation 17(6)


$41.00

(c) issuing a replacement certificate
under regulation 18(1)

(d) inspecting a ship station under
regulation 6(2)

(e) inspecting a ship station under
regulation 29(2)


$41.00


$308.00


$153.00

(8) Examining an applicant for a
certificate under regulation 13 of the Class Eleven
Radio (Aeronautical and Maritime Land Services)
Regulations 1987—



(a) radio-telephone general $77.00

(b) radio-telephone restricted $77.00

(c) radio-communications general $153.00

Head 62
Timesharing (Licensing and Control) Act 1981

(1) Granting or transferring a developing
owner's licence under regulation 56 of the
Timesharing (Licensing and Control) Regulations
1982 (section 11)





$9,975.00

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(2) Granting or transferring a marketing
agent's licence under regulation 57 of the
Timesharing (Licensing and Control) Regulations
1982 (section 11)





$6,655.00

(3) Managing agent's licence under
regulation 58 of the Timesharing (Licensing and
Control) Regulations 1982 (section 11)—





(a) on grant or transfer of licence $67.00

(b) on each bed permitted by the
Minister in a timesharing unit


$4.25

(per year or
part thereof)

(4) Registering the right of a purchaser of
a timesharing unit under regulation 65 of the
Timesharing (Licensing & Control) Regulations 1982
(section 18(2)(b))





$38.00

(5) Inspecting the Register of Timesharing
Intervals under section 18(3)


$13.00

Head 63
Water Resources Act 1975

(1) Considering an application for a new
water right under section 11—



(a) each well, for domestic purposes $55.00

(b) each well, for commercial purposes $370.00

(2) Issuing a well-digger's licence under
section 23


$370.00

(3) On lodging any notice of appeal to the
Minister under section 31


$85.00

Head 64
Weights and Measures Act 1975

Inspecting and testing by an inspector of
any device under section 12


$33.00”








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Made this 29th day of March 2000









Minister of Finance