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It continues to be an exciting time for Abenry as we continue to grow while remaining always adaptable, motivated and responsive to the changing needs of the world and in particular the needs of our Clients.

As Tanzania continues to gain recognition as an ideal location for investment with a competitive business environment and sustained reduction in poverty levels, there are also challenges to overcome and risks to take, however with high risk comes high return. With various investment opportunities especially in all sectors of the economy, Abenry is keeping pace and remains Client focused.

We understand our Clients’ business and we place great emphasis on taking care of their matters. This leads to excellence and we, at Abenry, are passionate about excellence, serving our Clients well and loving what we do. These principles have guided our practice of law, and how we have carried on business over the years. We not only have a vision, but an approach to making things happen within the structured timelines.

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A summary of the amendments to the public private partnership act no. 19, 2010
A summary of the amendments to the public private partnership act no. 19, 2010

In September 2018, the highly anticipated Public Private Partnership (the PPP Amendment Act), No.9 of 2018 was gazetted. In this article, we set out some of the key amendments that have been made that will encourage investors to propose PPP projects in Tanzania. The Public Private Partnership Act No. 19 of 2010 is the principal act made for the purpose…

Amendment of the mining act and its impacts to the mining industry in Tanzania
Amendment of the mining act and its impacts to the mining industry in Tanzania

The Mining Act was passed and came into force in 2010. The said Mining Act repealed the Mining Act of 1998. The purpose of Mining Act, 2010 was to provide substantial provisions that regulate the law relating to prospecting for minerals, mining, processing and dealing in minerals, granting, renewal and termination of mineral rights, payment of royalties, fees, charges and…

New amendments to the land act affecting mortgaging in Tanzania
New amendments to the land act affecting mortgaging in Tanzania

The Parliament of Tanzania has recently passed the Written Laws (Miscellaneous Amendments) No. 1 of 2018 an Act that amends certain written laws. The Act amends Section 45 and 120 of the Land Act, 1999 (“Land Act”) and introduces new sections 120A, 120B, 120C, 120D and 120E. The amendments introduce new restrictions on borrowing by land owners from financial institutions…

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