Change Tanzania Limited vs Registrar of Busieness Registration and licences agency, civil Appeal No 3 of 2021.

This case explain about capacity of parties to sue in court. Tye court had this to say:

We think it has sufficiently been demonstrated that, by the 3rd September, 2019 when the appellant petitioned the trial court for the earlier mentioned orders, it was no longer existent as a legal entity and therefore it lacked the legal standing to institute a case in its name.
Likewise, the respondent against whom the orders in the petition were sought, was not a recognised legal personality capable of being sued.

In the upshot, the appeal is dismissed in its entirety for lack of merit. Since the appellant does not exist and can neither pay nor receive costs,we make no order to that effect.