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The Companies Registry of Tanzania at the Business Registrations and Licensing Agency (BRELA) has issued a notice (the ORS Notice) urging all Tanzanian companies, Tanzanian branches of foreign ...
Clyde & Co
The Business Registrations and Licensing Agency (BRELA) recently issued a public notice for all Tanzania companies and business names
Clyde & Co
In this month's corporate updater, we review the Written Laws (Miscellaneous Amendments) (No.3) Bill, 2019 (the Bill) which includes proposed amendments to the Companies Act (Act No.12) 2002 (the Act).
Clyde & Co
In this briefing, we outline the key changes in the Foreign Exchange (Bureau De Change) Regulations
Shikana Law Group
The National Assembly in Tanzania is currently debating various changes to legislation through the Written Law (Miscellaneous Amendments) (No 3) Act of 2019, which has been brought under a certificate of urgency.
Adams & Adams
The United Republic of Tanzania comprises Tanganyika, on the African mainland, and the islands of Zanzibar and Pemba.
Clyde & Co
Recently the Business Registration and Licensing Agency (BRELA) launched an online registration system (ORS). BRELA now requires all filings and activities to be conducted through the ORS.
In practice, the annual return is prepared soon after the annual general meeting at which the accounts are presented.
Clyde & Co
As an international law firm operating in Tanzania, we are often asked to provide advice and work on transactions involving international lenders providing debt facilities to corporate borrowers in Tanzania.
Clyde & Co
Doing business in Tanzania requires in-depth knowledge of and practical familiarity with the regulations and authorities governing its economic sectors.
Clyde & Co
On 22 August 2012, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) adopted rules obliging oil and gas companies listed in the United States to reveal the details of payments they make to foreign governments.
Rex Attorneys
It was perfectly legal for companies established in Tanzania before the entry of the new Companies Act to credit share premium to profit and loss accounts so as to make them available for paying dividends.
Rex Attorneys
The Tanzanian law of Evidence Act, No 6 of 1067 (Act) does not have provisions recognizing electronic documents as admissible evidence whether primary or secondary (see sections 64, 65 and 79 of the Act). Yet Tanzanian companies take orders, conclude contracts, send invoices and generally conduct business electronically without additional documentation to support the business transacted electronically.
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