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Tanzania, United Republic of
Civil, commercial and family law
The Economic Zones Laws (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act, 2011 (Act No. 2/11).
Legislation on-line, Parliament of Tanzania (PDF) (consulted on 2012-07-16)

An Act to amend laws relating to economic development zones with a view to rationalizing roles and functions of the Export Processing Zones Authority in relation to Export Processing Zones and Special Economic Zones and to provide for other related matters.

- Amends the Export Processing Zones Act (Cap. 373) by repealing and replacing sections 13-15.
- Amends the Special Economic Zones Act (Cap. 420) by repealing and replacing section 3 (definitions) and repealing Part II. The following Parts and Sections are renumbered accordingly. It also amends sections 13, 14, 15 and 20. Repeals sections 21,23,24,25,26,27 and 38 as renumbered and renumbers section 22-46 as sections 21-39 respectively.

Amended text(s):
2006-02-16 (TZA-2006-L-75398)
Special Economic Zones Act, 2006. Act No. 2 of 2006.

2002-04-17 (TZA-2002-L-64746)
Export Processing Zone Act, 2002 (No. 11).

Tanzania, United Republic of
Civil, commercial and family law
The Companies Act, 2002 (Act. No 12/2002)
Acts and Bills on-line, Parliament of Tanzania (PDF) (consulted on 2011-05-06)

An Act to repeal and replace a law relating to companies and other associations, to provide for more comprehensive provisions for regulation and control of companies, associations and related matters.

Tanzania, United Republic of
Civil, commercial and family law
Tanzania Citizenship Act, 1995 (No. 6 of 1995).
Gazette of the United Republic of Tanzania, 1995-10-13, No. 2, pp. 271-287

Persons who were citizens of either the Republic of Tanganyika or the People's Republic of Zanzibar shall be deemed to have become citizens of the Republic of Tanzania effective from Union Day (26 April 1964). Disallows dual citizenship, and sets forth requirements for citizenship and procedures for naturalization.

Tanzania, United Republic of
Civil, commercial and family law
Civil Procedure Code (Amendment of Schedules) Rules, 1994.
Gazette of the United Republic of Tanzania, Supplement No. 42, 1994-10-28, Vol. 75, No. 43, pp. 1167-1173, ISSN: 0856-034X

Amends Schedules in the Civil Procedure Code, 1966, relating to the service of summons, scheduling of cases, and the determination of the Speed Track for a case. Order VIIIC is amended regarding arbitration and mediation procedures.
Date of entry into force: 1994-11-01

Tanzania, United Republic of
Civil, commercial and family law
Births and Deaths Registration Act, 1920 (CAP 108, R.E 2002).
Legislation on-line, Registration, Insolvency and Trustee Agency,, Tanzania (PDF of Act) (consulted on 2013-09-27)

A birth is require to be registered within 90 days of the occurrence and a death within 30 days, and that event must have occurred within the borders of mainland Tanzania.


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