ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS
1. Short title and application.
3. Right to petition order.
4. Right to make representations.
5. Person ordered to be deported may be detained.
6. President's warrant sufficient authority for removal and detention.
7. President may direct how expenses shall be defrayed.
8. Power to vary or revoke order or to grant permission to a person deported.
10. Deportation to be published in the Gazette.
11. Advisory committee.
THE DEPORTATION ACT
An Act to make provision for the deportation of certain persons from one part of the United Republic to another.
[1st May, 1921]
Ord. No. 18 of 1921
3 of 1991
[R.L. Cap. 38]
12 of 1998
(1) This Act may be cited as the Deportation Act, and applies to Mainland Tanzania as well as Tanzania Zanzibar.
(1) In this Act, unless the context requires otherwise–
"Committee" means the Advisory Committee established by section 11;
"deportation order" means an order made under section 2;
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