CHAPTER 46
NATIONAL INDUSTRIES (LICENSING AND REGISTRATION) ACT

[SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION]

INDEX TO SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION

   OMITTED NOTICES

   ORDERS

      The National Industries (Prescribed Articles) Order

   REGULATIONS

      The National Industries (Licensing and Registration) Regulations

OMITTED NOTICES

   The following Notices have been omitted:

G.N. No. 238 of 1967   The National Industries (Appointment of Registrar and Assistant Registrar) Notice

G.N. No. 240 of 1967   The Industrial Licensing Board Notice

ORDERS

THE NATIONAL INDUSTRIES (PRESCRIBED ARTICLES) ORDER

[1st January, 1977]

G.N. No. 106 of 1977

   1. This order may be cited as the National Industries (Prescribed Articles) Order.

   2. [Omitted.]

   3. Each of the articles specified in the Schedule to this order is hereby declared to be a prescribed article for the purposes of the National Industries (Licensing and Registration) Act.

   4. [Revokes the National Industries (Prescribed Articles) Order *.]

SCHEDULE
PRESCRIBED ARTICLES

   1.   Aluminium products.

   2.   Cashew nuts.

   3.   Cement.

   4.   Ceramics.

   5.   Civil and Military explosives.

   6.   Dairy and meat products.

   7.   Diamond and gemstone cutting and polishing.

   8.   Edible oils extracted or hydrogenated.

   9.   Electronic equipment.

   10.   Fertilizers.

   11.   Glass products.

   12.   Insecticides and pesticides.

   13.   Leather goods.

   14.   Medical and pharmaceutical products.

   15.   Metal and alloy products.

   16.   P.V.C.

   17.   Petroleum products.

   18.   Pulp and paper products.

   19.   Sisal products.

   20.   Soaps and detergents.

   21.   Soft and alcoholic beverages.

   22.   Steel products.

   23.   Sugar products.

   24.   Textile products.

   25.   Tobacco products.

   26.   Tyres and tubes for motor vehicles, trailers and bicycles.

   27.   Wood products.

   28.   All other chemical products.

REGULATIONS

THE NATIONAL INDUSTRIES (LICENSING AND REGISTRATION) REGULATIONS

(Section 29)

G.Ns. Nos.
120 of 1991
98 of 1996
412 of 1998

1.   Short title

   These Regulations may be cited as the National Industries (Licensing and Registration) Regulations.

2.   Interpretation

   In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires–

   "Act" means the National Industries (Licensing and Registration) Act *;

   "Board" means the Board appointed by the Minister under section 10 of the Act;

   "Committee" means the Regional Industries Licensing Advisory Committee established for each region under section 11 of the Act;

   "prescribed" in relation to forms means prescribed forms in the Schedule to these Regulations;

   "Registrar" means Registrar of Industries.

3.   Application for licence to be submitted through the Committee

   Every application for an industrial licence or for a certificate of registration shall be submitted through the Committee.

4.   Application

   Every application for a first grant or renewal of an industrial licence or a certificate of registration shall be in a prescribed Form.

5.   Industrial Licence

   Every industrial licence shall be in the prescribed Form.

6.   Registration Certificate

   Every registration certificate shall be in the prescribed Form.

7.   Fees

   The fee for a certificate of registration shall be US$ four hundred or its equivalent in Tanzania shillings and the fee for an Industrial Licence shall be US$ five hundred or its equivalent in Tanzania shillings.

8.   Licence to be authenticated by Seal

   Every licence shall be authenticated by an official Seal.

9.   Project with fixed investment

   The project with a fixed investment not exceeding one hundred million shillings shall be issued with it Certificate of Registration and a project with fixed investment exceeding one hundred million shillings shall be issued with an Industrial Licence.

10.   Registrar to cancel licence

   Where the Registrar–

   (a)   is satisfied that a holder of a licence issued in respect of a project has not, within the period of three years from the date of issue of the licence, implemented that project;

   (b)   after requiring the person referred to in paragraph (a) to show cause why the licence issued in respect of the project should not be cancelled, is satisfied that there is no sufficient cause, he may cancel the licence issued in respect of that project and report the matter to the Board.

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