CHAPTER 106
">EMPLOYEES' TERMINAL BENEFITS SCHEMES (REGISTRATION AND REGULATION) ACT

 

[PRINCIPAL LEGISLATION]

 

ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS

 

   Section

 

Title

 

   1.   Short title.

 

   2.   Interpretation.

 

   3.   Registrar.

 

   4.   Registration of schemes.

 

   5.   Investment of funds.

 

   6.   Regulations.

 

   7.   Minister may regulate management of a terminal benefits scheme.

 

   8.   Offences.

 

   9.   Act not to apply to certain schemes.

 

   10.-11.   [Omitted.]

 

   12.   [Omitted.]

 

CHAPTER 106
THE EMPLOYEES' TERMINAL BENEFITS SCHEMES (REGISTRATION AND REGULATION) ACT

An Act to provide for the registration and regulation of terminal benefits schemes operated by employers for the benefit of their employees.

[1st August, 1974]
[G.N. No. 158 of 1974]

Act No. 17 of 1973
G.Ns. Nos.
159 of 1974
201 of 1974

 

1.   Short title

   This Act may be cited as the Employees' Terminal Benefits Schemes (Registration and Regulation) Act.

 

2.   Interpretation

   (1) In this Act, unless the context requires otherwise–

   "employee" means a person who–

 

   (a)   is employed in Tanzania under any contract of service or apprenticeship with an employer, whether by way of manual labour, clerical work or otherwise, and however paid, such contract not being one of employment as a member of the crew of any ship; or

 

   (b)   is ordinarily resident in Tanzania and is employed under a contract of service or other agreement entered into in Tanzania as a member of the crew of any ship, the owners of which have a place of business, or have agents, in Tanzania; or

 

   (c)   is ordinarily resident in Tanzania and is employed outside Tanzania under a contract of service with an employer in Tanzania by whom he is paid;

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