Thursday, March 21, 2019



The First ever National Land Conference

Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development together with LANDnet Uganda, held the first ever National Land Conference dubbed as the Land Forum, to...

Succession Amendment Discussion – Linear Descendants

Discussing the share of a rightful descendant

The Succession (Amendment), Bill 2018

The objective of this bill is to amend the Succession Act, Cap.162 to bring it into conformity with the Constitution of the Republic of...

Amending sections and clauses in the Succession Amendment Bill

LANDnet Uganda held a round table meeting with the Uganda Women Parliamentarian Association (UWOPA) to share ideas and discuss the proposed Succession Amendment Bill...

Why the Succession Act Cap 162 should be amended

The current Succession Act Cap 162 needs to be amended to do away with provisions that are discriminatory towards women, which is contrary to...

New government regulations ban agents and brokers from conducting land transactions.

In a move to curb land transactions fraud that has witnessed a drastic increase in Uganda of recent, the government has banned all property...

Landnet Uganda Trains Land Observatory Informants in Data Collection

Landnet Uganda has trained Land Observatory Informants from 14 regions of Uganda in skills of collecting data from different parts of the country, which...

Government needs 1.7 Trillion shillings to settle Mailo Land problem

The 1995 Uganda Constitution enshrines five Land Tenure Systems, which include Mailo Land, Freehold System, Leasehold System, Customary Land and Public Land; whereas the...

The British Colonial Masters set the Land Problem in Uganda

Uganda today still struggles with the problem of land ownership and Land grabbing, since the signing of the 1900 Agreement between the British Colonialists...