The current agriculture potentiality contributes about 26.5% of GDP and it provides employment about 70% of total labour force. Tanzania grows a range of fruit including topical and temperate. The annual production of fruits is 678,515MT (this is 5% of potential area exploited).Agro processing and especially small –scale processing is becoming very important in the country as means to reduce crop losses and value addition at production and collection sites and a way of income generating...
The European Court of Human Rights: Case Analysis, Goodwin v the UK For over the past 30 years or so, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) was ‘reluctant to recognise any positive duty upon the United Kingdom' towards legal recognition of the new sexual identity of transsexuals.[1] The court has been ‘inclined to permit a very wide margin of appreciation' to the responding state in its previous judgments.[2] The reason for that was absence of European consensus on that issue....
There are many professions that are stressful but none of which are more stressful then being a police officer. Day in and day-out they are required to risk their lives for the benefit and protection of individuals and society as a whole. It is a thankless profession that more then likely will result in family turmoil and unrest. From the stress of a mass casualty situation such as September 11, 2001 or having to use deadly force to defend yourself or someone else, there are dire consequences...
The origin of laws to control pollution and promote the environment can be traced back to the 14th century when Parliament passed laws to prevent odours emanating from the River Thames (see appendix 1) Many companies have faced a crisis during their history, whether due to external forces beyond their control, through their own failings or management problems, or a combination of the two. Only a few, however, come to personify corporate irresponsibility through one pivotal event. Such a one is...
Employment law is fundamentally a contractual relationship, heavily influence by EC law. It concerns a relationship between employee and employer. It is concerned with the relationship between employer and employee. It comprises a common law basis of the contract of employment and a range of statutory provisions. In many cases it is believed that it is not difficult to determine whether or not a contract of employment is in existence. This is distinctly true where there is a written contract,...
‘It may be said that a cooperative international law based on a community of interests has developed in the field of crime prevention and punishment.’ L. Reydams, Universal Jurisdiction: International and Municipal Legal Perspectives (OUP, Oxford, 2003).Critically evaluate to what extent this is true in the context of combating today’s threats to maritime security.IntroductionMigrants may be individuals[1]who enter the country of destination unlawfully, or by having their...
Nondiscrimination PolicyIn General Agreement On Tariffs And Trade (Gatt) And General Agreement On TradeServices (Gats) Introduction ofGATT General Agreements onTariffs and Trade referred to as GATT, is an international organization formedafter signing a multinational agreement way back in 1947. This followed thefailure of an International organization that was mandate to regulate traderelations between nations and countries in the world. The International LaborOrganization (ILO) which was...
Introduction Arbitration is the preferred means of means of resolving international commercial disputes mainly because of its perceived advantages over ligation in national courts, including party autonomy, privacy, neutrality, internationally enforceable awards, and procedural flexibility. The laws that govern arbitration in most countries are sourced from local statute, international conventions and, in England for example, the common law. International arbitral proceedings are guided also by...
When dealing with indictable offences such as murder and assault which are result crimes it must be proved that the action and the intention of the accused caused the consequences. In order to accuse a person of these indictable offences two important elements need important consideration.The first one is the Actus Rea the conduct and `guilty act` this is when the cause of the death is looked at weather the death was caused by the actions of the accused or not i.e. unlawful killing of a...
Consideration is a concept of legal value that is in connection with contracts. If the contract is be valid , legally binding must be exchange . If only the one of the party is offers consideration, the agreement isn’t legally a binding contract. When making a contracts ,consideration can be anything of value that promise to another. In its traditional form, considerations is a requirement that in order of parties to be able to keep a promise, they must have given something for each...