​​​​​​​​​​​The purpose of this page is to provide information about the ownership and licensing of copyright in material published on the website. Except as specifically provided on this page, all rights of the owners of copyright material published on ​are reserved.

Use and re-use of Jersey legislation

Under Articles 185 and 186 of the Intellectual Property (Unregistered Rights) (Jersey) Law 2011 (the "2011 Law"), the States Assembly is entitled to copyright in any Jersey legislation (as defined in the Legislation (Jersey) Law 2021) and the Greffier of the States is entitled to exercise the Assembly's rights.

The Greffier of the States offers the Jersey legislation published from time to time on the current laws, laws as enacted and pending laws pages of the site for use and re-use under the terms of the Open States Assembly Licence (OSAL-J) v.1​. The OSAL-J is designed to allow material to be used freely and flexibly. The terms of the OSAL-J describe how material may be used, and the obligations imposed on the user.

This Greffier's offer does not extend to any other material, including legislation, published elsewhere on

Use and re-use of UK legislation

Under Article 187 of ​the 2011 Law and section 163 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, the copyright in any Act of the UK Parliament, Order in Council or Measure of the General Synod of the Church of England published on is subject to Crown copyright. The Chief Executive Officer of The National Archives is the Keeper of Crown copyright and manages those rights under Letters Patent granted by Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The Keeper is also Controller of HMSO, King's Printer and King's Printer for Scotland. The Keeper licences most Crown copyright information under the terms of the Open Government Licence ( Further details of the licensing arrangements can be found on the Crown copyright - Re-using PSI page on the​ website.

API access​​

​If you wish to carry out bulk downloads of the information offered under the OSAL-J for re-use then please email ​ to request access to an HTTP-based RESTful API, rather than 'scraping' links from the search pages.