Civil Code of the State of Eritrea

The Civil Code of Eritrea 2015

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Structure, Function and Responsibilities of the Government of Eritrea

This proclamation may be cited as "A Proclamation to Determine the Structure, Function, and Responsibilities of the Government of Eritrea, No. 37/1993."

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Regional Assemblies and Powers and Functions of Members of Regional Assemblies

Proclamation 139/2004 A Proclamation to Establish Regional Assembly and Determine the Powers and Functions of Members of Regional Assembly

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Stamp Tax Regulations

Legal Notice 128/2017 Regulations to Provide the Payment of Stamp Tax

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Amendment to Proclamation 24/1992, Travel Documents, Entry and Exit, Residence of Foreigners in Eritrea

This Proclamation may be cited as “Proclamation No.164/2011 to Amend Proclamation No. 24/1992 Enacted to Regulate the Provision of Travel Documents, Entry Into and Exit from Eritrea and Foreigners’ Residence in Eritrea.”

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Amendment to Mining Law Proclamation (68/1995)

Article 1. Short Title This Proclamation may be cited as “Mining Law Proclamation No. 68/1995 Amendment Proclamation No. 165/2011”.

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Proclamation to Provide the Payment of Stamp Duty

Article 1. Short Title This Proclamation may be cited as “Stamp Duty Proclamation No. 180/2017”.

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Cultural and Natural Heritage Proclamation

Article 1. Short Tile This Proclamation may be cited as the ‘Cultural and Natural Heritage Proclamation No. 177/2015.’

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Rural Agricultural Income Tax and Livestock Tax (Proclamation)

Proclamation 178/2016 Proclamation to Determine Payment of Rural Agricultural Income Tax and Livestock Tax

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Rural Agricultural Income Tax and Livestock Tax (Legal Notice)

Legal Notice 125/2016 Regulations to Determine the Payment of Rural Agricultural Income Tax and Domestic Animals Tax

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