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current Consultations

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TopicAgencyTitleConsultation Period
Criminal JusticeDHAConsultation on Police Codes of Practice

The Department wishes to invite comment on the attached consultation documentation in relation to new Police Codes of Practice to be introduced following the revisions made by the Criminal Justice, Police Powers and Other Amendments Act 2014. Provision has also been made with regard to a code for police powers under sections 74 and 76 of the Licensing Act 1995.

Paper copies and large print copies of the consultation documents, may be supplied upon request.

22 September 2014 - 3 November 2014
Consultation on Increasing ISP Licence FeesCommunications CommissionConsultation on Increasing ISP Licence Fees

This consultation seeks views in relation to a proposed increase in ISP licence fees.

12 September 2014 - 13 October 2014
Food Information RegulationsD.E.F.AFood Information Regulations consultation

Food Information Regulations consultation

22 August 2014 - 3 October 2014
Nairobi Wreck Removal ConventionShip RegistryConsultation on proposed implementation of Nairobi Wreck Removal Convention

Consultation on the implementation of the Nairobi Wreck Removal Convention which sets out the Isle of Man Ship Registry's proposals to make legislation to give effect to the Convention. The consultation paper includes the Convention text for reference. It is intended that legislation be in place in time to request the extension of the Convention to the Isle of Man before the Convention comes into force internationally on 14 April 2015.

20 August 2014 - 1 October 2014
Consultation on implementing the Large Commercial Yacht Code (LY3)Ship RegistryConsultation on implementing the Large Commercial Yacht Code (LY3)

The Isle of Man Government intends to implement new Regulations in order to give effect to the 3rd Edition of the Large Commercial Yacht Code (LY3). LY3 applies to all commercial yachts of 24 metres in load line length or over, constructed on or after 20 August 2013 which are permitted to carry a maximum of 12 passengers. There are also additional requirements stated in LY3 which existing commercial yachts must comply with, although these vessels may continue to be surveyed in accordance with the code they were constructed under (LY1 or 2). Provision is made within LY3 to add specific national requirements within a National Annex and the IOM has produced its own National Annex which is set out in this Consultation paper.

18 August 2014 - 29 September 2014
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