The Reconstruction and Development Corporation is established as a body corporate under section 1.
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 establishes the National Enterprise Corporation, defines its functions and powers and provides with respect to its administration and operations.
These Regulations, made under section 45 of the Local Council Courts Act, 2006, provide with respect to the composition, management, operation, jurisdiction and procedure of the Local Council Courts and provide for some other matters such as fees and costs to be awarded by the courts. The Regulations also provide for appeal against decisions of local courts.
This Act concerns the creation, consolidation, discharge and release of mortgages and related matters. It also defines powers of a mortgagee and of the Court in respect of a mortgage. There shall be implied in every mortgage covenants by the mortgagor to protect the mortgagee. One of these covenants concerns a mortgage of land used for agricultural or pastoral purposes.
The Goal of the present cross-sectoral National Forest Plan (NFP) is formulated as follows: “An integrated forest sector that achieves sustainable increases in economic, social and environmental benefits from forests and trees by all the people of Uganda, especially the poor and vulnerable”.The objectives of the NFP are: 1) To raise the incomes and quality of life of poor people through forestr
This Act sets out the procedures for the acquisition of land by the State for public purposes. The Minister may, by Statutory Instrument, make a declaration to the effect that specified land is required by the Government for a public purpose. Appeal may be had against an award of compensation made by an assessment officer.
These Regulations, made by the Minister of Works, Housing and Communications under section 56 of the Condominium Property Act 2001, implement provisions of the Act concerning, among other things, to: registration of condominium plans; subdivision and consolidation of units; the cancellation of condominium plans; and execution and verification of instruments under the Act in accordance with the
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.