Changes that Jersey will need to make as a result of Brexit have been outlined in a new draft law.
Minister for External Relations, Senator Bailhache says he has lodged 'The European Union Repeal and Amendment Law' to ensure a smooth transition after Brexit.
The law will give the States the power to decide which EU laws will apply to Jersey.
Ministers will be able to change laws, relating to Brexit, without having to bring the matter before the Assembly.
However, they will not have the power to change laws related to taxation, serious criminal offences or interfere with human rights legislation.
The draft law will be debated by the States Assembly on 6th March 2018.