Members address special meeting of the court
The chief minister has told Tynwald the Isle of Man remains a 'diverse, outward-looking business centre' and will continue to be following the EU Referendum vote.
Allan Bell was speaking during a special sitting of the court, in which he asked colleagues to support government in its work to protect the Island's future interests.
He warned the Island had limited options and its relationship with the EU would depend on UK government negotiations
But Mr Bell said a group of senior officers, drawn from the Cabinet Office, the Attorney General's Chambers, Treasury, DED and DEFA, and headed by the chief secretary, was working on matters.
He added CoMin would be involved, too: