This Act grants powers to the Minister to make emergency regulations during an emergency proclaimed by a Proclamation issued under article 110 of the Constitution. The Regulations may, among other things, authorize the acquisition on behalf of the Government of any property, including land.
This Act makes provision for return of properties expropriated by the Government to their former owners and related matters. Any property or business which was vested in the Government or appropriated or otherwise acquired by the Government under specified legislation remain vested in the Government and be managed by the Ministry responsible for finance.
The overall Vision of the present cross-sectoral Forest Policy is formulated as follows: “A sufficiently forested, ecologically stable and economically prosperous Uganda”. Part 2 concerns Guiding Principles for the Forest Sector building on the government's national development priorities of poverty eradication and good governance.
This Act makes provision with respect to a wide variety of matters regarding land in Uganda such as land tenure, customary ownerhip, grant of land in freehold, management of communal land, management of land by the Uganda Land Commission, land-use control and functioning of land tribunals.
The purpose of these Regulations is to establish and prescribe minimum standards for soil quality, to establish minimum standards for the management quality of soil intended for agricultural use, the establishment of criteria and procedures for the measurement and determination of soil quality and to issue measures and guidelines for soil management.
This Plan is designed to propel Uganda towards middle income status by 2020, in line with the aspiration of Uganda’s Vision 2040.
This Act concerns official survey of lands on order of the Commissioner of Lands or the Minister. It also establishes the Surveyors Licensing Board and provides for licensing of land surveyors. The Board shall keep a register of licensed surveyors.
The text of the Statute consists of 108 sections divided into 4 Parts: Preliminary (I); Water Resources (II); Water Supply and Sewerage (III); General Miscellaneous (IV).Sections of Part II and Part III are divided into 14 Divisions: Rights in Water and Water Administration (1); Water Resources Planning (2); Hydraulic Works and Uses of Water (3); Revision, Variation and Cancellation of Water Pe
This Act amends the Land Act by inserting a new section (32A). It also amends sections 31, 35, 59, and 92. Section 32A provides that a lawful or bona fide occupant shall not be evicted from registered land except upon an order of eviction issued by a court and only for non-payment of the annual nominal ground rent. Section 92 is consequentially amended.
This Act makes provision for the management of estates of a person who disappears without making provision for the administration of his or her estate. Relatives may apply to court for an order which appoints a manager for the estate of the missing person.