bvi is a screen-oriented computer program used to edit binary files. It is based on the vi text editor, and can run on most UNIX-like platforms and on DOS/Windows.
The BVI Business Companies Act (No 16 of 2004) is the principal statute of the British Virgin Islands relating to British Virgin Islands company law, regulating both offshore companies and local companies.
The BVIFA National Football League is the highest competitive football league in the British Virgin Islands.
The BVI Bar Association is a voluntary membership organisation for members of the legal profession in the British Virgin Islands (BVI).
BVI Airways is an airline of the British Virgin Islands. Its headquarters are located at its hub at Terrance B.
The History of the British Virgin Islands is usually, for convenience, broken up into five separate periods:
The law of the British Virgin Islands is a combination of common law and statute, and is based heavily upon English law.
The National Health Insurance scheme (or NHI) is a form of national health insurance established by the Government of the British Virgin Islands through the Ministry of Health, with a goal to provide access to and financial coverage for health care services to British Virgin Islands residents.
The House of Assembly of the British Virgin Islands, until 2007 known as the Legislative Council, has 15 members; 13 directly elected for four-year terms—nine in single-seat constituencies and four "at large"—one ex officio member and one Speaker chosen from outside the house.
The Constitution of the British Virgin Islands is a predominantly codified constitution documented primarily within the Virgin Islands Constitution Order, 2007 a statutory instrument of the United Kingdom.