Anguilla, most northerly of the Leeward Islands, is an overseas dependent territory of the British government. The head of state is H.M.Queen Elizabeth II, represented locally by an appointed governor. The government has three branches: legislative, executive, and judicial. Its common law legal system is based on the English model. The Eastern Caribbean States Supreme Court is the principal judicial body.
Anguilla case law includes cases from the Privy Council, Court of Appeal, and High Court.
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