Bermuda Immigration and Protection (Territorial Restrictions) Regulations 2007 (BR 58 of 2007). | Land Portal

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These Regulations prescribe rules for determining areas of land to be included in calculating the total area of licensed land and application land for the purposes of section 89 of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act 1956.

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Bryan Nylin

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Bermuda was first settled in 1609 by shipwrecked English colonists heading for Virginia. Self-governing since 1620, Bermuda is the oldest and most populous of the British overseas territories. Vacationing to the island to escape North American winters first developed in Victorian times. Tourism continues to be important to the island's economy, although international business has overtaken it in recent years. Bermuda has also developed into a highly successful offshore financial center. A referendum on independence from the UK was soundly defeated in 1995.

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