The Tanganyika Order in Council, 1920, makes substantially the same provisions for the administration of justice in that territory as does the Kenya Colony Order in Council, 1921, quoted above.1 This means that “civil and criminal jurisdiction shall, so far as circumstances admit, be exercised in conformity with the Civil Procedure, Criminal Procedure and Penal Codes of India and the other Indian Acts and other laws which are in force in the territory at the date of the commencement of this Order or may hereafter be applied or enacted, and subject thereto and so far as the same shall not extend or apply shall be exercised in conformity with the substance of the common law, the doctrines of equity and the statutes of general application ...

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