Principles of Land Law in Uganda
This book explains the principles and practises of the 1998 Land Act, which brought about substantial changes to the land tenure laws of Uganda. It is organised into the following chapters: the historical background and context of the act; mortgages; land ownership; servitudes over the land; administration, control and dispute settlement; co-ownership; the general principles of land law; expropriated property; and the registration of the Titles Act. Tables of cases and statutes are also included.
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