This Act makes provision with respect to the procedures and processes in accordance with which land use in a planning area or zone are prescribed, managed, monitored and evaluated. The Act sets out the fundamental principles of land use, establishes land use planning authorities and provides with respect to land planing procedures and authorizations.
This Act makes provision for the adjudication of rights with respect to village land in relation with the settlement and resettlement of peoples in villages for the purposes of a policy promoting the development of villages. The Act also declares rights held under customary law to be extinguished.
The fees set out in third column shall be charged for the matters set out opposite in the second column of that Schedule. Fees shall be paid in advance to the authorized officer in the sense of the Lands Act, 1999. Fees are paid for application for right of occupancy, wayleave, and communal right of way approval and of disposition and related rights.
This Act provides with respect to the jurisdiction, powers and functions of magistrates' courts and for other related matters. Magistrates courts are primary courts, district courts or courts of a resident magistrate. The Act defines jurisdiction proceedings relating to land and in case of customary law.
An Act to provide for the administration of land and land tenure in Tanzania.The 187 sections of this Act are divided into 14 Parts: Preliminary provisions (I); Fundamental principles of land policy (II); Classification and tenure of land (III); Administration (IV); Rights and incidents of land occupation (V); Granted rights of occupancy VI); Conversion of interests in land (VII); Disposition a
These Regulations provide for various aspects relating to claims of compensation. They shall apply to all applications or claims for compensation against the Government or local government authority or any public body or institution under the Act. Regulation 4 specifies who may claim compensation.
Subsection (2) of section 13 is renewed. It provides for the publication of a permission to carry out development. The new section 15 concerns appeals by persons aggrieved by a permission to carry out development. Objections may be lodged with the planning authority. Appeal against the decisions of the authority may be had with the British Resident.