Provisions related to slavery are found in the Penal Code at article 260 which makes enslaving a person a criminal offence and article 261 which makes it an offence to dispose of, receive, purchase, or keep a person as a slave.
Provisions related to institutions and practices similar to slavery are found in the Penal Code, which makes it an offence to put a person in a quasi-slavery status under article 260.
There appears to be no legislation in place in Oman which prohibits servitude.
Provisions related to forced labour are found in the Basic Law of the Sultanate of Oman at article 12 which prohibits compulsory work except in accordance with the law for the performance of public service and for a fair wage and the Labour Law which criminalises compulsory or coercive work, with penalties limited to one month imprisonment and fines.
Provisions related to trafficking in persons are found in the 2008 Anti-Human Trafficking which criminalises trafficking Act which criminalises trafficking under article 2.