This Act makes provision for the enfranchisement of land held under customary tenure and provides that any enfranchised land shall vest in the person who immediately before the effective date, held the land as a tenant. Rights of landlords shall be extinguished but a landlord shall be entitled to receive compensation from the person in whom the enfranchised land is vested.
Regulations to make provision for the administration and management of village land as defined by the Village Land Act, 1999 and the assignment of rights relative to such lands.The 83 regulations are divided into 7 Parts: Preliminary (I); Management and Administration (II); Compensation (III); Joint Management of Village Land (IV); Register of Village Land (V); Adjudication (VI); Miscellaneous
This National Agriculture Policy (NAP) states as its general objective to develop an efficient, competitive and profitable agricultural industry that contributes to the improvement of the livelihoods of Tanzanians and attainment of broad based economic growth and poverty alleviation.
The Commission is established as a body corporate and shall be the principal advisory organ of the Government on all matters related to land use.
These Regulations, made under section 67 of the Land Tenure Act, concerns procedures for allocation of plots of (agricultural) land and related matters. “Allocation” means the process used by the Government for the distribution or provision of a land as a right of occupancy or lease to an individual or a group of persons or legal persons or institutions and organizations.
Where a breach of condition of the right of occupancy stated in column 2 of the Schedule to these Regulations has arisen, the Commissioner for Lands or an authorized officer, as defined in the Land Act, 1999 may impose a fine specified in column 3 of the said Schedule.
This Act consists of 66 sections divided into 6 Parts: Preliminary provisions (I); Application of fundamental principles of the National Land Policy (II); Transfers and hazard land (III); Village lands (IV); Dispute settlement (V); Miscellaneous provisions (VI). The President may transfer any area of village land to general or reserved land for public interest (sect. 4).
This Code is made for the The Codes are made for Chairman of the District Land and Housing Tribunal. District Land and Housing Tribunals established under the Land Disputes Courts Act. The Code addresses, among other things, impartiality, diligence, and sanctions for breach of the Code.
Implements: Land Disputes Courts Act (Cap. 216). (2002)
These Regulations provide for the composition of the National Land Advisory Council, the election of a Vice-Chairman (the Chairman is appointed by the President), tenure of appointment and exercise of functions of members, meetings of the Council, annual estimate of expenditure and other financial matters of the Council.
Implements: Land Act, 1999 (No. 4 of 1999). (1999-05-15)
The District Council may declare any area a prohibited or preserved (area). All areas listed in the First Schedule are hereby declared preserved areas (by-law 3). No person shall cultivate, cut any grass, or graze animals in any preserved area (by-law 4).