CHAPTER 356
DIPLOMATIC AND CONSULAR IMMUNITIES AND PRIVILEGES ACT

[SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION]

INDEX TO SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

   ORDERS

      The Immunities and Privileges Order

ORDERS

THE IMMUNITIES AND PRIVILEGES ORDER

(Section 19)

G.Ns. Nos.
443 of 1961
120 of 1975

1.

   This Order may be cited as the Immunities and Privileges Order.

PART I
IMMUNITIES AND PRIVILEGES CONSULAR OFFICERS AND CONSULAR EMPLOYEES (section 2)

2.   Immunities of Consular Officer de carrier, consular employee, officer or employees otherwise not entitled

   (1) A consular officer de carrier is hereby granted the immunities set out in Part I of the First Schedule hereto.

   (2) The senior consular officer de carrier in post in Tanzania of a foreign sovereign power which does not maintain a diplomatic mission in Tanzania is hereby granted, in addition to the immunities set out in Part I of the First Schedule, immunity from the duties and fees set out in Part II thereof.

   (3) A consular employee in the permanent consular or foreign service of a foreign sovereign state is hereby granted the immunities set out in the Second Schedule hereto.

   (4) Nothing in this Order shall entitle any consular officer or consular employee to any immunity which the Minister, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 28 of the Act, has declined to accord or has withdrawn, or where such officer or employee is otherwise not entitled to personal immunities.

PART II
THE IMMUNITIES AND PRIVILEGES (TAXES AND DUTIES) (sections 3-10)

3.   Envoy and Chief representatives

   The immunities to which–

   (a)   an envoy of a foreign sovereign power (hereinafter referred to as "an envoy");

   (b)   a chief representative of a Commonwealth country (hereinafter referred to as "a chief representative");

   (c)   a representative of, or member of, an international organisation specified in the Third Schedule to the Act or a committee thereof, or a high office in, or a person employed on a mission on behalf of, such an organisation, shall be entitled to the like immunities set out in the Third Schedule to this Order.

4.   Official staff

   (1) The immunities to which–

   (a)   the members of the official staff of an envoy to whom this paragraph applies;

   (b)   the members of the official staff of a chief representative to whom this paragraph applies;

   (c)   the members of the official staff of a representative on an international organisation specified in the Third Schedule to the Act, shall be entitled to the like immunities set out in the Fourth Schedule to this Order;

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