About the Isle of Man Public Record Office
The Isle of Man Public Record Office was established in the 1990s. The Public Records Act 1999 came into effect in April 2000 and provides the basis for our objectives:
- Advice and assistance to bodies holding public records
- Preservation and organisation of archives
- Facilitation of appropriate public access to records and archives
The administrative records of over 90 current Manx bodies, and their predecessors, are public records. We are identifying those which need to be kept permanently and sorting and listing those in the Isle of Man Public Record Office already. These will be open to the public, normally when they are 30 years old. See records for further details of our holdings.
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