Users of Bahamas Laws Online can access Acts and Statutory Instruments whether repealed, revoked or otherwise.

For the benefit of users, “repealed legislation” refers to former law (whether an Act of Parliament or a Statutory Instrument) that has been abrogated or revoked either by the –

     (a)    enactment of a later Act; or

     (b)    making of a later Statutory Instrument.

Accordingly, repealed legislation no longer forms a part of the Statute Laws of The Bahamas that are in force.

For the purposes of this website, where an Act of Parliament or Statutory Instrument has been repealed or revoked respectively, in most cases, a page indicating such will appear at the beginning thereof. A sample page can be found here.

Where a repealed Act or Statutory Instrument is not available on this website, a copy of such can obtained from the loose leaf version of the 2000 Revised Edition of the Statute Laws of The Bahamas or from Government Publications.