A review of law and procedure governing recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in Tanzania
This article provides an analytical overview of the law and procedure concerning the enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in Mainland Tanzania. The enforcement of arbitral award is one of important aspects of arbitration process. When parties resolve their disputes through arbitration process, they expect that all will comply with such decision without delay. However, where the losing party refuses to comply with the arbitrator’s decision, the wining party may seek such foreign arbitral award to be recognized and enforced in the court of law. Enforcing foreign arbitral awards in Mainland Tanzania presents legal issues requiring legal consideration. This makes it necessary to examine the laws and procedures regulating enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in Mainland Tanzania.