NO. 855

ORDER

INSURANCE ACT 1978

CANCELLATION OF REGISTRATION

UNDER SECTION 41(1)(a)

The BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY in exercise of the powers conferred upon it by virtue of Section 41(1)(a) of the Insurance Act, 1978, ("the Act"), hereby cancels, at the request of the insurer(s) listed below, the Long-Term registration granted to the said insurer(s) under the Act:-

BENEFITS INSURANCE COMPANY LTD.

BY ORDER OF

THE BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY

Harry Whitcher

Deputy Director, Insurance

BERMUDA MONETARY AUTHORITY

Dated this 22nd day of October 2008

No. 856

PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION ACT 1978

Sections 32 and 33

NOMINATION PROCEDURE

1. Nomination day for Constituency 31 Southampton West Central is Tuesday 4th November 2008.

2. For the information of prospective candidates at the forthcoming bye-election and the public generally, sections 32 and 33 of the Parliamentary Election Act 1978, and section 5 of that Act, are reproduced as below:-

Nomination of Candidates

32 (1) The Returning Officer shall attend at eleven o'clock in the forenoon on the nomination day appointed by the writ of election at the election room appointed for the parliamentary election and shall there until one o'clock in the afternoon, but no later, accept nominations of candidates in accordance with subsection (2).

(2) The Returning Officer shall accept the nomination of a person as a candidate if, and shall not accept such nomination unless -

(a) the nomination of that person is written on a separate paper (hereinafter referred to as a nomination paper) in the prescribed form or is, in the opinion of the Returning Officer, substantially in that form;

(b) the nomination paper is signed in duplicate by two parliamentary electors whose names are included in the parliamentary register for the constituency concerned, one as proposer and one as seconder, neither of whom has proposed or seconded the nomination of another candidate at that parliamentary election;

(c) the intended candidate is described in the nomination paper by his full name;

(d) the nomination paper is delivered in duplicate to the Returning Officer either by the intended candidate or by his proposer or seconder at the place and between the hours specified in subsection (1);

(e) in the case of concurrent parliamentary elections in more than one constituency, the intended candidate is nominated as a candidate in no other constituency and in the case of a bye-election is not already a member of the House of Assembly or a member of the Senate.

(f) the intended candidate or someone on his behalf has deposited in the Consolidated Fund the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars and in proof thereof delivers or causes to be delivered to the Returning Officer an official receipt therefore signed by the Accountant General or an authorized officer of his Department, showing that such sum has been deposited for the purposes of that person's candidature at that parliamentary election; and

(g) the nomination paper is signed by the intended candidate to denote his acceptance of candidature in the constituency and no other.

(3) Where a candidate is endorsed by a political party and wishes to have the name of that party shown in the election documents relating to him, there shall be delivered to the Returning Officer along with his nomination paper a letter from or on behalf of the chairman of the party stating that the candidate is endorsed by the party, and a candidate in respect of whom the provisions of this subsection are satisfied is in this Act referred to as a "party candidate".

(4) A candidate in respect of whom the provisions of subsection (3) are not satisfied (in this Act referred to as an "independent candidate") shall be described in the election documents relating to him by the word "independent".

(5) It shall not be necessary for a nomination paper to be subscribed

in the presence of the Returning Officer.

(6) At the time an intended candidate's nomination paper is lodged with the Returning Officer or at some time before the polling day, the Returning Officer shall be informed in writing of the names of the persons (hereinafter referred to as "election agents" or "agents") who will represent him, or where he is a party candidate, the party endorsing him, in the election room in accordance with paragraph (2) of rule 4 of the Rules contained in the Schedule.

(7) The Registrar shall make arrangements to supply nomination papers in the prescribed form free of charge to parliamentary electors at his office during the period commencing with the first day on which a notice of a parliamentary election is published pursuant to section 30 and ending with the nomination day and shall furnish the Returning Officers with stocks of such forms for use at the election rooms during the nomination period; but any failure to make such arrangements shall not affect the validity of any parliamentary election and the use of the prescribed forms shall not be obligatory, so however that each nomination paper actually used is substantially in the form prescribed.

Uncontested elections

33 Where at the close of the period for the acceptance of nomination of candidates at a parliamentary election in a constituency only one person is duly nominated as a candidate for the vacancy to be filled at that election, the Returning Officer shall forthwith declare such duly nominated person to be elected and shall return his name, into the office of the Deputy Governor with the writ of election duly completed and signed by him.

Qualification for election

5 (1) A person may be elected as a member of the House of Assembly for a constituency if -

(a) he is qualified and not disqualified under sections 29 and 30 of the Constitution; and

(b) his nomination as a candidate has been duly accepted by the Returning Officer for that constituency pursuant to section 32.

(2) For the purposes of section 30(1)(e) of the Constitution a person is disqualified for membership of the House of Assembly if he is disqualified from being elected as such a member under section 71 of this Act.

Dated this 29th day of October, 2008

Parliamentary Registrar

No. 857

THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION ACT 1978

Section 26A(1)(b)

NOTICE OF PUBLICATION OF

PARLIAMENTARY REGISTER

SOUTHAMPTON WEST CENTRAL

BYE-ELECTION

Notice is given that, in accordance with section 26A(1)(b) of the Parliamentary Election Act 1978, copies of the Parliamentary Register for Southampton West Central constituency are available for inspection at the Parliamentary Registry, Valerie T. Scott Building, 60 Reid Street, Hamilton, and at the Southampton Post Office, the Hamilton Post Office, Perot Post Office and the Bermuda Library.

Objections to the registration of any person whose name is entered on the Parliamentary Register must be delivered to the Parliamentary Registrar not later than seven days after the publication of this notice. The ground for such objections must be in writing and accompanied by a deposit of five dollars ($5).

Objections by a person that his name has been irregularly omitted from the register or that particulars relating to his name are incomplete or inaccurate must be delivered to the Parliamentary Registrar not later than seven days after the publication of this notice. The ground for such objections must be in writing and accompanied by a deposit of five dollars ($5).

Parliamentary Registrar

Dated this 29th day of October, 2008

NO. 858

PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION ACT 1978

NOTICE TO VERIFY ENTITLEMENT TO VOTE

Pursuant to my powers as Parliamentary Registrar and in accordance with section 4 of the Parliamentary Election Act 1978 (Entitlement to Vote) and with section 55(1) of the Bermuda Constitution Order 1968 (Qualification of Electors), the following persons whose names appear in the Parliamentary Register of Constituency # 31 Southampton West Central, are persons whose registered address in that constituency and/or whose residence in Bermuda must be verified.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL PERSONS WHOSE NAMES APPEAR IN THIS NOTICE THAT THEY ARE REQUIRED WITHIN 7 DAYS OF THE PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE TO CONTACT THE PARLIAMENTARY REGISTRAR AT THE PARLIAMENTARY REGISTRY IN ORDER TO SATISFY THE REGISTRAR THAT THEY ARE ORDINARILY RESIDENT IN BERMUDA AND RESIDENT IN CONSTITUENCY # 31, SOUTHAMPTON WEST CENTRAL.

Postal

Full Name Address Parish Code CC

Aghovia Robin Lucia 10 Turtle Bay Lane Southampton SN 01 31

Barlow Janet Susan 3 Port Royal Gardens Southampton SN 01 31

Blanchette Ramon 6 South Road Southampton SN 01 31

Burgess Mika Chanelle 3 Granaway Lane Southampton SB 04 31

Fraser Venetia Millicent 7 Monkey Hole Lane Southampton SB 02 31

Gaade Nicole Jane 1 Admiral Walk Southampton SN 01 31

Gomez Sheila Eliza 17 St. Anne's Road Southampton SN 01 31

Kaulbach Suzanne Elizabeth 12 Constable Close Southampton SB 04 31

Knight Elizabeth Madeline 33 St. Anne's Road Southampton SN 01 31

Latham Cecil O'Brian 17 St. Anne's Road Southampton SN 01 31

Latham Evelyn June 17 St. Anne's Road Southampton SN 01 31

Leighton Benjamin Joby 6 Cedar Hurst Place Southampton SB 04 31

Leighton Hannah Victoria 6 Cedar Hurst Place Southampton SB 04 31

Leighton Peter Greig 6 Cedar Hurst Place Southampton SB 04 31

Minugh Ann Elizabeth 4 Monkey Hole Lane Southampton SB 02 31

Muat Carol Lynne 1 Rockaway Lane Southampton SB 02 31

Richardson Felix

Leon Adolphus 21 Southampton Road Southampton SB 04 31

Richardson Yusef

Oma Steven 10 Hilltop Drive Southampton SN 01 31

Simmons Troy Sinclair 1 Rockaway Lane Southampton SB 02 31

Frith-Black Kuni Marie 1 Hilltop Court Southampton SN 01 31

Moulder Judith-Ann Maria 12 Jennings Bay Road Southampton SB 04 31

Oliveira Kevin Edward 12 Homestead Lane Southampton SB 04 31

Parliamentary Registrar

Dated this 29th day of October, 2008