Appleby is a firm which provides offshore legal, fiduciary and administration services from offices in locations worldwide including Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Hong Kong, the Isle of Man, Jersey, Guernsey, London, Mauritius and the Seychelles. Publications on its web site include articles and commentary on recent developments in areas of interest.
The Financial Services Commission, Mauritius (FSC) regulates and supervises the non-bank financial services sector and global business in Mauritius. Within “Legal Framework”, the Rules and Regulations section of its web site contains the major legislation relating to companies, trusts, insurance, the Stock Exchange, money laundering and income tax. The “Codes and Guidelines” section reproduces various codes for the conduct of business and prevention of money laundering. Other content includes details of the FSC’s enforcement powers and actions.
This site is a division of the Republic of Mauritius portal, although access from that site is not obvious. It includes Hansard, Bills and Acts 2009 onwards, Standing Orders and Rules, 1995 revised 2017, and a directory of members of the Assembly.
This is the gateway web site of the Government of Mauritius, divided into four sub-portals intended for specific user-groups. “Legislations” in the main menu links to laws in force arranged alphabetically, and annual laws 2009 onwards, on the web site of the Attorney General’s Office.
The Supreme Court’s official web site provides access to the judgments of the District and Intermediate courts, Industrial Court and Court of Rodrigues, 2018 onwards; also cause lists. The “Legislation” section includes Acts, Bills and Regulations, 2018 onwards.