Justice of the Peace
Barrington H. Brennen was sworn in as a Justice of
the Peace serving the entire
of The Bahamas on Friday, April 20, 2012. See
Barrington Brennen can officially draft and sign
documents, applications, forms, that may require a
Justice of the Peace.
There is fee for signing each document.
According to Magistrate Act, section 7, a Justice of
the Peace has the powers as a Magistrate to sign
warrants for the apprehension and commitment for
sage custody or persons charged with offences and to
issue search warrants and to take affidavits and
By Section 8 of the Act, the Justice of the Peace is
empowered to preserve the peace, to suppress riot
and affrays and to disperse all disorderly and
tumultuous Assemblies; and for any of these purposes
to call in assistance of the Police and all Her
Majesty's liege subject who shall be bound to obey
all lawful commands.
By Section 9 of the Acts, whenever any Magistrate is
unable from sickness absence or an other cause, to
be present in court, any two justice of the peace
may on request in writing of such magistrate, sit in
court in his place and shall while so sitting have
all the powers and jurisdiction exercisable by him.
Further, the Chief Magistrate may, at any time,
whenever he shall deem it expedient, authorize any
justice of the peace so to act and assist in the
place of the magistrate.
Would you like to get married in the sunny,
romantic, Bahamas? The Bahamas is the
Caribbean tourist destination and one of the top
tourist spots of the world (more than six million
tourist each year).
If you are interested in having a Christian,
traditional, or non-religious wedding ceremony in
the Bahamas you can contact Barrington H. Brennen,
a official marriage officer of the Commonwealth of
the Bahamas and a counseling psychologist.
See webpage with more information, application
The ceremony can be conducted in a hotel, on the
beach, or in a church. Most hotels in the Bahamas
have Wedding Coordinators who will assist the couple
in planning for a beautiful wedding day.
Couples can also take the Prepare/Enrich Inventory
to discover your strength and growth areas in the
The couple arrives in the Bahamas at least three
days before the wedding date to facilitate an
interview with Barrington Brennen and to place
an application to get the marriage licensee The
Bahamas Law states that the couple must be
resident in The Bahamas for 24 hours prior to
the date of the application. A Bahamian-issued
marriage license is valid for 90 days for those
seeking early application.
The marriage license fee is $100 US (To be given
to the Marriage Registry)
An additional fee will be charged for the
ceremony [ FORMS
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