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Apostille Information

Apostille Information

As of (April 1, 2016) $55.00 per document and is paid for locally by either cash or cheque at the Accountant General’s cashier’s desk in the Government Administration Building. All documents coming from overseas via courier service and which require authentication must be pre-paid in order to be returned to the sender. All checks or money orders must be made out to the Accountant General.

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Justice of The Peace


Please find the list of JP’s for Constituency 1-36
All JP’s who’s contact information is listed in this registry have agreed to allow public access of their contact details.

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PATI Information


Officer: Tenia Woolridge

[email protected]
Please click here to view the latest PATI Information statement

Bermuda Municipal Election


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There is no Bermuda Municipal Election information available at this time.


44,367 people are registered to vote, and 20,804 people or 46.89% turned out to vote in this referendum.

The Parliamentary Registrar Tenia Woolridge said, “Based on the Referendum Act 2012, a referendum question shall be taken to be unanswered if less than 50 per cent of the persons registered in the parliamentary register vote at the referendum.”

While the referendum is technically “unanswered” due to the under 50% turnout, looking at the votes that were cast shows 14,192 “No” votes for same-sex marriage [6,514 “Yes” votes] and 13,003 “No” votes for Civil Unions [7,626 “Yes” votes].

This is approximately 68% “no” to same-sex marriage and 63% “no” to civil unions.