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These Rules, made under section 15 of the Administration of Estates of Persons of Unsound Mind, concerns the administration of estates of persons of unsound mind by an appointed manager. The Rules make provision with respect applications for administration, security for the administration of an estate, discharge of a manager, forms and fees.
The Contracting States, in the belief that objectives set out in the Preamble would be better achieved by amending the 1968 Algiers Convention on the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources by expanding elements related to sustainable development, have agreed on measures to enhance environmental protection, to foster the conservation and sustainable use of natural resources; and to harmoni
This Act requires copies of provisional certificates of claims issued under the Uganda Agreement, 1900 to land owners in Buganda to be filed in the Department of Lands and Surveys of the Government and enhances search and examination by applicants of such copies.
The Uganda National Land Policy is a national policy of the Republic of Uganda whose main goal is to ensure an efficient, equitable and optimal utilization and management of Uganda’s land resources for poverty reduction, wealth creation and overall socio-economic development.To this end, the document provides for a set of goals, including in the area of environment.
The standards for effluent or waste water before it is discharged into water or on land shall be as prescribed in the Schedule to these Regulations. Every industry or establishment shall install anti-pollution equipment for the treatment of effluent.
This Act makes provision for the registration of land surveyors, quantity surveyors, building surveyors, mining and hydrological surveyors and valuation surveyors, as well as land agents and other professionals responsible for the management of land or buildings. It establishes the Surveyors Registration Board and defines its functions and powers.
This Act concerns the creation, perfection registration and sale of security interest and rights and obligations relating to chattels. It also concerns security interests in crops and animals.
The Statute consists of 109 sections and three Schedules.
This Act establishes a local council court at every village, parish, town, division and sub-county level.