Legal aspects of the nationalisations in Tanzania

After an introduction with the backgrounds and the motives for the Tanzanian nationalisations of February 1967 and the distinction between nationalisation and expropriation the article first describes the general characteristics of the legislation. Secondly it considers some of the immediate problems relating to the conditions of transfer, especially as regards compensation, and it finally looks more briefly at some of the longer term governmental and administrative problems arising out of the natiopnalisation programme.

Title: Legal aspects of the nationalisations in Tanzania
Author: Bradley, A.W.
Year: 1967
Periodical: East African Law Journal
Volume: 3
Issue: 3
Pages: 149-176
Language: English
Geographic term: Tanzania
Subject: nationalization
Abstract: After an introduction with the backgrounds and the motives for the Tanzanian nationalisations of February 1967 and the distinction between nationalisation and expropriation the article first describes the general characteristics of the legislation. Secondly it considers some of the immediate problems relating to the conditions of transfer, especially as regards compensation, and it finally looks more briefly at some of the longer term governmental and administrative problems arising out of the natiopnalisation programme.