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Urban Land Use Planning and Development

Urban Land Use and Planning in Uganda is regulated under the Town and Country Planning Act Chapter 246, revised in 20

Institutional Arrangements and Policies

The Ugandan constitution was adopted on October 8, 1995 by the interim, 284-member Constituent Assembly, charged with

The Succession (Amendment), Bill 2018.

The object of the Bill is to amend the Succession Act, Cap.

The Justification to the Succession (Amendment) Bill 2018

The Succession law of Uganda is outdated with its origin traced as far back as the Succession Ordinance of 1906 which

LANDnet Issues Paper on the Succession Act Cap162.

Under Article 2 of the Constitution of the Republic of Uganda, 1995, it is stated that the Constitution is the suprem

Valuation and Taxation

The fees and taxes relating to land services are charged with regard to various pieces of legislation as outlined in

Forestry

Forests provide a variety of goods and services, at the global and local levels.

Dispute Resolution

Land related disputes are among the most prevalent types of disputes occurring with and among communities in Uganda b

Urban Land Use Planning and Development

Urban Land Use and Planning in Uganda is regulated under the Town and Country Planning Act Chapter 246, revised in 20

The Succession Fact Sheet

Succession means the acquisition of rights and/or property of a deceased person by law.

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