Isle of Man legislation
Laws in the Isle of Man are made in the Tynwald which is our Parliament. It claims to be the oldest continuous parliamentary body in the world. It consists of two chambers; the directly elected House of Keys and the indirectly chosen Legislative Council.
You can find a full list of Manx legislation here.
Best efforts have been made to provide current information but where links to legislation are included, please check they are current before you rely on them. We do our best to keep the information current but the Government keep amending the legislation so we cannot guarantee that that this site is always up to date.
Lawyers in the Isle of Man are called Advocates. They fulfill the role of both barristers and solicitors. Some activities – such are conveyancing a reserved to Advocates.
Their professional body is the Isle of Man law Society. You will be able to find a list of them there; alternatively ask us for a recomendation and will be able to refer you.