This Act makes provision in relation with any mortgage, charge, debenture, loan agreement or other encumbrance, whether legal or equitable, which constitutes a charge over an estate or interest in land in Uganda or partly elsewhere.
This Instrument, made by the Minister responsible for local government by section 48A of the Local Governments Act (as amended by the Local Governments (Amendment) Act, 2005), specifies functions of a town board. A town board shall, among other things, be engaged in waste management, urban planning and control of stray animals.
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.
While there is a large, though inconclusive, literature on the impact of land titles in Africa, little attention has been devoted to the study of land conflict, despite evidence on increasing incidence of such conflicts.
This Act provides rules relative to the exploration for and the exploitation of oil resources in Uganda. The Act also imposes certain duties on licence holders with respect to the protection of the environment and in case of emergencies.
This Act makes provision for the administration of the small estates of deceased persons.
This Act amends the Land Act in section 98 to provide that, until the Land Tribunals are established and commence to operate under this Act, Magistrates’ Court and Local Council Courts shall continue to have jurisdiction they had immediately before the commencement of this Act.
La Conférence Internationale sur la Région des Grands Lacs (CIRGL) a été organisée suite aux nombreux conflits politiques qui ont marqué la Région des Grands Lacs. La CIRGL comprend onze Etats membres.
This Act provides for the continuation of the Development Loans Fund established under the African Loans Fund Act and provides with respect to its administration.
The Act consists of 99 sections which are divided into 6 Parts: Preliminary (I); Land Holding (II); Control of Land Use (III); Land Management (IV); Land Tribunals (V); Miscellaneous (VI).Sections 3 declares all land in Uganda to be vested in its citizens and divides land tenure systems into 4 categories: customary; freehold; mailo; and leasehold. Section 4 defines these titles in detail.