Short article discussing challenges and solutions to Simanjro Conservation Easement in northern Tanzania.
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.
This Act provides for the establishment the Land Transfer Board control by the Land Transfer Board of land transfer transactions in Zanzibar. No permanent transfer of land or long term lease shall take place until the transaction is reviewed and approved by the Land Transfer Board. The Board may withhold its consent on specified grounds.
These Regulations provide for conditions, to which the right of occupancy as defined in the Land Act, 1991 is subject. The Commissioner of Lands may impose those conditions pursuant to regulation 3, but they shall not be inconsistent with the Act.
No person shall occupy or use more than three acres of land for urban farming. No person shall, except where that person practices zero grazing, graze his animal in an urban area (reg. 3). "Urban farming" means the carrying out of plant or animal husbandry activities as set out in the Schedule within statutory township boundaries.