The draft Collective Investment Funds (Amendment and Validation) (Jersey) Law 201- has been adopted by the States of Jersey and is awaiting the approval of the Privy Council. The draft Law will amend the Collective Investment Funds (Jersey) Law 1988 with regard to the publication and validation of fees.

The draft Control of Housing and Work (Jersey) Law 201- has been adopted by the States of Jersey and is awaiting the approval of the Privy Council. The draft Law will establish a new registration process for residents of Jersey and make provision for the control of work and housing.

The draft Money Laundering and Weapons Development (Directions) (Amendment) (Jersey) Law 201- has been adopted by the States of Jersey and is awaiting the approval of the Privy Council. The draft Law will replace Article 10 of the Money Laundering and Weapons Development (Directions) (Jersey) Law 2012 (the "Law"), which Article concerns applications to set aside decisions of the Chief Minister relating to the giving of a direction or the grant of a licence under the Law.

The draft Register of Names and Addresses (Jersey) Law 201- has been adopted by the States of Jersey and is awaiting the approval of the Privy Council. The draft Law will make provision for the establishment of a Register of Names and Addresses of individuals in Jersey.

The draft Trusts (Amendment No. 5) (Jersey) Law 201- has been adopted by the States of Jersey and is awaiting the approval of the Privy Council. The draft Law will introduce a variety of amendments to the Trusts (Jersey) Law 1984, including amendments to confirm that the ownership of assets constitutes a sufficient purpose for a non-charitable purpose trust; to amend the provisions in relation to the application of Jersey law to Jersey trusts; to provide for the remuneration of professional trustees (as defined) where a trust instrument contains no charging clause; to confirm that a trustee may contract with itself in respect of two or more trusts; to allow for a former trustee to enforce a term of a contract which extends or renews the security (such as an indemnity) provided to him, even though the former trustee is not a party to the contract; and to introduce a longstop provision in relation to the limitation of actions.