ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS
1. Short title.
3. Establishment of Tanganyika Law Society.
5. Dissolution and vesting of assets of Former Society.
7. Practising advocate to be member of society.
8. Qualifications for membership.
9. Honorary membership.
10. Annual subscription.
11. No entrance fee payable.
14. Members ceasing to be qualified for membership.
15. Constitution of the Council.
16. Powers of the Council.
17. Committees and delegation.
21. General Meetings.
24. General meeting to act by simple majority.
25. Alterations of resolutions.
26. Convening and procedure.
27. Custody and use of Seal.
MINUTES, ACCOUNTS AND REPORTS
29. Accounts to be kept.
30. Reports and accounts.
THE TANGANYIKA LAW SOCIETY ACT
An Act to establish the Tanganyika Law Society and to provide for other related matters.
[1st January, 1955]
Ord. No. 30 of 1954
Act No. 42 of 1961
PRELIMINARY (ss 1-2)
This Act may be cited as the Tanganyika Law Society Act.
In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires–
"advocate" has the same meaning as in the Advocates Act *;
"Council" means the council established under the provisions of section 15;
"former society" means the society known as the Tanzania Law Society existing in Tanganyika immediately before the enactment of this Act;
"practising certificate" means a practising certificate issued under the provisions of section 35 of the Advocates Act *;
"Society" means the society established by section 3;
"special resolution" means a resolution passed by a majority of not less than two-thirds of any members of the Society who, being entitled so to do, vote in person or by proxy at a general meeting of the Society, duly convened with full notice of the intention to propose that resolution.
ESTABLISHMENT (ss 3-5)
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