ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS
1. Short title.
ESTABLISHMENT OF THE INSTITUTE
3. Establishment of the Institute.
5. Functions of the Institute.
6. Establishment of the Council.
7. Powers and duties of the Council.
8. Powers of Minister.
10. Appointment of the Principal.
11. Directors of the Institute.
12. Appointment of employees.
ADMISSION, EXAMINATIONS AND EXAMINATION COMMITTEE
13. Admission and fees.
14. Examination Committee.
15. Funds of the Institute.
16. Annual budget estimates.
17. Investment of the Institute.
18. Accounts and audit.
19. Financial report to be laid before the National Assembly.
20. Remuneration and fees.
21. Delegation of powers by the Council.
22. Protection of members.
THE INSTITUTE OF JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATION LUSHOTO ACT
An Act to establish the Institute of Judicial Administration Lushoto and to provide for the functions, management and control of the Institute and for related matters.
[15th June, 1999]
[G.N. No. 138 of 1999]
Act No. 3 of 1998
PRELIMINARY PROVISIONS (ss 1-2)
This Act may be cited as the Institute of Judicial Administration Lushoto Act.
This Act, unless the context otherwise requires:
"Board" means boards as may be established by the council under the provisions of this Act;
"Council" means the governing body of the Institute as established under section 6 of the Act;
"Director" means the Director of the Institute appointed under section 11;
"Institute" means the Institute of Judicial Administration established under section 3;
"Member" means a member of the Council and includes a chairperson of the Council;
"Minister" means the Minister responsible for Legal Affairs; and
"Principal" means the Principal of the Institute appointed under section 10.
ESTABLISHMENT OF THE INSTITUTE (ss 3-5)
(1) There is hereby established an Institute to be known as the Institute of Judicial Administration Lushoto.
(2) The Institute shall be a body corporate and shall–
(a) have perpetual succession and an official seal;
(b) in its corporate name be capable of suing and being sued;
(c) be capable of holding, purchasing or otherwise acquiring in any other way, any movable property or immovable property and disposing of any of its property; and
(d) have power to borrow such sums as it may require for its purposes.
The Institute shall consist of such number and kind of directorates as the Council may decide.
(1) The functions of the Institute shall be–
(a) to offer and conduct local and international training programmes in legal disciplines as may be prescribed by the Council;
(b) to determine and offer academic awards at the end of training programmes, such as various certificates as may be decided by the Council;
(c) to conduct legal research in priority areas determined by the Council and Institute’s Administration;
(d) to apply research findings for the betterment of academic literature and for continued enrichment of the curriculum and teaching;
(e) to provide consultancy services in legal matters to the Government, public and private organisations, individuals and other clients within and outside the country;
(f) to offer legal counsel to clients in a manner and modality on such terms and conditions as may be determined by the Institutes’ Administration;
(g) to arrange for the publication and dissemination of academic literature generated from the academic activities of the Institute as may be determined by the Institutes' Administration;
(h) to sponsor and to provide facilities for short courses and seminars according to internal and public demand;
(i) to establish relationship or association with other colleges, and institutions both nationally and internationally; and
(j) to do all such acts and things and enter into such contracts and transactions as are, in the opinion of the Council expedient or necessary for the proper and efficient discharge of functions of the Institute.
(2) The Institute may for the purposes of extending its services establish branches, campuses or other directorates as the case may be.
ADMINISTRATION (ss 6-12)
(1) There is hereby established a Council of the Institute.
(2) The provisions of the Schedule to this Act, shall have effect as to the composition of the Council, tenure of office of its members, termination of their appointments, the proceedings of the Council and other matters in relation to the Council and its members.
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