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For centuries the Railway services and management have been in the hands of the Government.
The law regulating Railway industry over time have been problematic on guaranteeing passengers’ rights as the scope of liabilities have remained limited and passenger’s rights are not given adequate protection under the existing law.
The law and the available policy on transport are in great favour of the Corporation/company in control of the railway services.
The limited scope of the law has also failed to guarantee protection on railway passengers’ rights.
Despite the continued denial and violations of the passenger’s rights, Tanzania has maintained the outdated law on both the lines to include the TRL and the TAZARA line.
This study is confined on Part VI of the TRC Act [read together with the Railways Act, 2002] and the TAZARA Act, No.4 of 1995 under part VIII.
Despite the struggle by the World economies to mention but a few India and Germany, in ensuring that passenger’s rights are a paramount, the case is different in Tanzania as the law in place is outdated to suit the era of trade liberalisation, competitions and the nature of calls by market economy.
ROBERT Mecky Chami works as an Advocate of the High of Tanzania and Subordinate Courts thereto, Assistant Lecturer in Law at Stella Maris Mtwara University College(SAUT) and formerly worked at the Judiciary of Tanzania as a Resident Magistrate Grade II
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