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TOP FIVE (5) DOCUMENTS EVERY BUSINESS SHOULD HAVE IN TANZANIA.

The United Republic of Tanzania is a unitary state. It is a union between Tanganyika and Zanzibar, formed on 26th April 1964, and located in eastern Africa. Tanzania is one of the most widely attractive places to invest, due to favorable government policy, Availability of natural resources, and development of banking, financial, tourism, and agricultural
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Copyrights by Photographers in Tanzania

Copyright is the legal right to print, prepare, create, publish, perform, film, or record a literary, artistic, or musical work. In Tanzania, the copyrights of the photographer are protected by The Copyrights and Neighboring Act of 1999. Section 5(2)(h) provides that Authors of original Works in which literary and artistic works shall lie copyright may
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AWARDING CUSTODY

It is axiomatic that the paramount criterion in determining the custody of the child is the welfare and wellbeing of the child or in other words ‘best interests of the child’ and the undesirability of disturbing the life of the child by change of custody. This is now a law in Tanzania and courts have
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EFFECTS OF A WILL

A Will is a statement, which is voluntarily made by a person during his lifetime to explain his intention on how his property shall be distributed upon his death. A Will can be of two types: An oral Will and a written Will. An oral will is a type of a will where the wishes
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SUMMARY SUITS

Summary suits are a unique sets of legal procedures  where courts pass judgement without hearing the defense defendant’s case. Whereas these suits are applicable in the following set of matters: –                   I.        Bills of exchange (including cheques) or promissory notes;                 II.       Suits for the recovery of income tax and suits arising out of mortgages
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INSIGHT ON EMPLOYMENT PROBATION PERIODS IN TANZANIA

A probation period is a trial period of employment at the start of a new role. The period allows both employee and employer to see if they are a ‘good fit’ and gives the employer an opportunity to evaluate an employee’s conduct and job performance, and if necessary remove or reassign the employee.Probation periods usually lasts from 3 to
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