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61 of 1964- Chapter 573 of the Revised Laws of Tanzania Mainland)

These were the best Land Law notes the director of Oxbridge Notes (an Oxford law graduate) could find in 2015 after combing through dozens of LLB samples from outstanding law students with the highest results in England and carefully evaluating each on accuracy, formatting, logical structure, spelling/grammar, conciseness and "wow-factor".

Also, in the case of same-sex relationships, it would not be approved by the Shari’ah law.

In February 1993 I went on safari in northern Tanzania after climbing Kilimanjaro. I visited Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti National Park. Two observations surprised me: how green the African landscape was, and that a kill is a rare event. National Geographic and the Discovery Channel leave viewers with the impression of slaughter, of lions continually hunting and bringing down the grazing animals. Obviously a kill is exciting and filled with natural drama - it makes great TV. But when you are actually there, the reality is different. It's hard to observe a kill taking place, or even to discover one after the fact. Tour guides call each other on the radio when they find a kill, and all the safari minivans cluster around so the tourists can take pictures. The overall impression I got in the wilds of East Africa was one of serenity and peace. Yes, there is danger, but the entire natural spectacle is beautiful and magnificent! It doesn't look like an ongoing war of nature. The big picture is not one of struggle and cruelty, famine and death. Instead, it looks - not perfect, but "very good". Just like God said.

43 of 1965- Chapter 596 of the Revised laws of Tanzania Mainland)

ten people from Tanzania Mainland and ten from Zanzibar to prepare a Constitution proposal.

In high school physics class we solved problems involving the laws of physics. One that I remember involved throwing a ball off a tower, and calculating when it would hit the ground below. We had to solve a quadratic equation, which produced two roots: 5 seconds and -1 seconds. We all threw out the negative answer and reported the correct answer of 5 seconds. The teacher asked us if anyone knew what the other root, -1, meant. After some discussion it dawned on us that the negative root was the time that the virtual flight path of the ball left the ground on its way up to the tower. We threw the ball at time zero, but the laws of physics also tell us when it would have left the ground during the total flight path.

A former agricultural estate, this area forms part of Antigua’s watershed and contains productive wells and other groundwater resources. Recent uncontrolled development threatens the quality of the groundwater extracted from this area and alienates valuable agricultural land from production.

16 of 1989, Chapter….of the Revised Laws of Tanzania)

Therefore they form the basic precedents of Tanzanian laws and bind lower courts thereto.

When we receive an application for Development Permission, the first level of assessment requires us to determine whether or not the use/activity is appropriate for the proposed site/location. If there is a land-use (zoning) Plan in existence this will provide the first indication of the suitability of the area for the activity proposed. If not, we have to apply some basic principles to assist us in evaluating the development proposal.

Brockington, Daniel and Katherine Homewood. 1996. "Received Wisdom, Science and Pastoralists: Debates Concerning Mkomazi Game Reserve, Tanzania." In The Lie of the Land: Challenging Received Wisdom in African Environmental Change and Policy. M. Leach, and R. Mearns, Eds. London: James Currey.

16 of 1989, Chapter….of the Revised Laws of Tanzania)
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57 of 1961- Chapter 453 of the Revised Laws of Tanzania Mainland)

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16 of 1989, Chapter….of the Revised Laws of Tanzania)

In Zanzibar, Muslim personal law applies between parties who profess Islam. Although state law still accommodates Muslim Personal Law, the colonial ghost of authorizing it has continued to haunt the post-independent secular state of Tanzania (Makaramba, 2000).Present state: As pointed out earlier in my introduction, there are no Kadhis' courts in Tanzania mainland. However, the ordinary tier of courts deals with Islamic law in matters of personal status, marriage, divorce and inheritance where both parties profess Islam. However, this does not affect the jurisdiction of the ordinary law. A Muslim may seek justice either under Islamic law or the ordinary law of the land with regard to Muslim personal law. Primary courts have exclusive jurisdiction in customary law and Islamic law.

Others may be accessed through the Law Reports of Tanzania

Moreover, in case there is a dispute as to the law applicable; the matter is referred to the High court. Marriage:The Law of Marriage Act 1971 is what governs marriage in Tanzania. Thus, there is a uniform law of marriage that governs all marriages regardless of their religious affiliations. This in effect, has altered a number of Islamic principles and retained some with modifications. According to Tanzania law, marriage can be conducted in three forms:(a) Civil form,(b) Islamic or Christian form,(c) Customary form. Though Tanzania law recognizes a marriage contracted Islamically, Muslims are not obliged to contract their marriages according to Islam. They have a choice between contracting Islamically or in civil form.

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The evictions have given rise to a number of protests to the governments. One high profile case involves Maasai and Parakuyo pastoralists who have taken the government to court for recognition of their customary land rights. For four years, groups from the Mkomazi Reserve sent representatives to the government and Catholic Church, requesting an alternative site for their herds and to be allowed to use the Reserve in the meantime. When these efforts failed, outside organizations including the International Institute for the Environment and Development (IIED), Canadian Universities Service Overseas (CUSO), and the Legal Aid Committee of Dar es Salaam University took the case to court. A Tanzanian Maasai organization, closely involved in the case, Ilaramatek Lolkonerei, is training witnesses with legal skills and lobbying locally and internationally. A problem with this organization, as Daniel Brockington notes, is that it does not include Pare or Samba agriculturalists who are the majority inhabitants in the Mkomazi region and equally affected by the evictions.

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This clearly indicates an interference with Islamic law, as it is not applied independent of the state law. Worse still, the minister responsible for legal affairs is empowered to restrain any religion from celebrating marriages. This shows that Islamic law in matters of marriage is not certain and in a way contradicts the freedom of worship guaranteed by the constitution. Furthermore, the constitution provides that; "Without prejudice to the elevant laws of the United Republic the profession of religion, worship and propagation of religion shall be free and a private affair of an individual; and the affairs and management of religious bodies shall not be part of the activities of the state authority". Empowering the Minister responsible for legal affairs to restrain any religion from celebrating marriages is a departure from Article 19(2) of the constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania. Zanzibar, the other part of the union, is better placed.

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