Tanzanian corporate and commercial law is legislated primarily by the Companies Act Cap. 212 R. E. 2002 which came into operation on the 1st day of March, 2006. It provides for the incorporation of both private and public companies. The Act retains the common law applicable to companies and it parallels the English system. Another relevant legislation is the Capital Markets and Securities Act, Cap. 79 R. E. 2002.
Our Partners and specialists in corporate law enjoy a fair and just reputation for the quality of their work, and presentations and have gained enormous personal experiences for over ten years in working as corporate lawyers for reputable national Parastatal clients, companies as well as individuals intending to set up Business Names for trading. We have also been involved as lecturers to the successful University of Kampala International University-Dar es Salaam Constituent College through our law firm in house part time lecturer Advocate BlastusKahemela on Human Rights and Constitutional Law.As corporate lawyers we also provide advice and services on the following areas:
Public Listing of Companies;
Mining Utilities Law;
Advice on the structuring of transactions;
Joint Ventures and management contracts;
Land Law, Conveyance and Mortgage profiling;
Advice on the selection of the most appropriate entity for transactions and
Formation of companies, corporations and partnerships;
Formation, management and use of business trusts;
Formation and management of Foundations;
Broadcasting and Transmission Rights;
Investment advice as per Tanzania Investment Law;
Bankruptcy, Composition and Arrangements;
Arbitration and Mediation.