dynamics of the land market and the issue of compensation in Uganda

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Makerere Institute of Social Research, Makerere University, Land Tenure Center, University of Wiscosnsin-Madison [sic , [Kampala], [Madison]
Land tenure -- Uganda., Real property -- Valuation -- Ug



Statementby Elizabeth Troutt ... [et al.].
ContributionsTroutt, Elizabeth., Makerere Institute of Social Research., University of Wisconsin--Madison. Land Tenure Center.
LC ClassificationsHD984 .D96 1993
The Physical Object
Pagination63 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL963110M
LC Control Number95981714

This book explains the principles and practises of the 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.

The law to do with compulsory land acquisition in Uganda, in my opinion, is well settled and does not in any way require an amendment. based on the actual market value of that land at the time.

The issue of land in Uganda demands an academic, objective and straightforward analysis with neither fear nor negative favour. Land is an object of and, from, nature.

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Of course offering compensation is not a new policy. Compensation for “improvements” on the land has been on offer for years. It was reconfirmed by the Constitution, negotiated by all. asdf Achieving Gender Equality, Women’s Empowerment and Strengthening Development Cooperation United Nations New York, Department of Economic and Social Affairs.

(Kevane ). In central Uganda, 58% of landholders reported to have purchased land as early as the s (Mukwaya ), and land markets seem to have been quite active ever since (Place ; Baland et al. In Ethiopia, a land policy that makes land rights conditional on residence in the community.

The Land Act, Uganda of customary certificate of occupancy certificate of title Chairperson coming into force common land management common seal compensation comply consent Constitution customary law customary ownership customary tenure determine dispute District Land Board The Land Act, Vol Issue 41 of Uganda gazette.

Uganda: individualization of land rights and land transactions. Central Uganda has the most active land market in the country. For that reason, a number of studies that examine land market operations and characteristics have been undertaken in that region.

One of the features of Uganda’s land market is that while land transactions between AND. To dispose off, sell, mortgage, assign to any one or in any way transfer ownership of the land herein described.” This Power of Attorney is dated 16 th November, before the divorce Judgment.

However on 29 th November, she became a registered proprietor using the said Power of Attorney. Land Acquisition, Compensation and Resettlement in Developing Economies –Nigeria as a Case Study FIG Congress Facing the Challenges – Building The Capacity Sydney, Australia, April, LEKKI FREE TRADE ZONE [LFTZ] In order to appreciate the issue of land management through land acquisition, compensation.

The Uganda National Land Policy, _____ iii. FOREWORD The Odoki () and the Sempebwa () Constitutional Review Commissions, issue in Uganda. The participation of all stakeholders will continue to be sought and In Uganda, land continues to be a critical factor, as it is the most essential pillar of humanFile Size: KB.

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Government land includes all gazetted land held in trust by government for the people of Uganda (e.g. Forest Reserves, National Parks, Wildlife Reserves). Permanent Forest Estate is defined as land that is set aside for forestry activities in perpetuity. Private land includes all non-gazetted land owned under mailo, freehold, leasehold and File Size: KB.

The British introduced the system in Uganda. The Land Reform Decree The Land Reform Decree enacted the most radical position on land tenure in post-independent Uganda.

It decreed that all land in Uganda be vested in the state in trust for the people to facilitate its use for economic and social development. It declared. This Special Issue takes the land–mobility nexus as a starting point and focuses on the multiple ways in which access and rights to land relate to mobility processes.

Providing people with secure and equal access to land is fundamental in giving people the “right to remain”, but land acquisitions simultaneously contribute to evictions and.

Uganda's economy grew by a robust % inup from the prior year's 5% growth and the highest expansion sinceaccording to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

The economy is projected to grow by % this year. The Constitution grants land ownership rights solely to citizens of Uganda.

Foreigners cannot own land freehold. For U.S. multinational companies, creating work rules and personnel policies that not only comply with U.S. federal and state law but also the laws of. This study assesses the land market in Kampala, Uganda in order to better understand the extent to which land is a constraint to development and particularly to the development of housing for the majority of residents of Kampala.

The International Housing Coalition (IHC) sponsored the. Source Book Of Uganda's Land Law by John T. Mugambwa. Intended as a companion volume to Principles of Land Law in Uganda, providing information on aspects of Uganda land tenure law, and information about common land problems.

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It explains the background and principles of the law tenure system in pre-colonial and colonial Uganda. According to Mr Mutesa, owners of land on the Karuma-Lira route have a lot of incitement from lawyers to get more money. Compensation. He said that out of the 4, people affected by the interconnection project, 2, have so far been compensated.

This is a total US $ 3m of the US $m meant to compensate all the affected land owners. Land disputes are widespread in Uganda, affecting 33%2 to 50%3 of landholders.

In Uganda, land disputes are the most significant form of conflict, with many escalating into violence. Land disputes crop up throughout Uganda, with the greatest number of disputes arising in Northern Uganda Districts, some parts of Hoima and Amuru District where oil has.

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formally ‘takes possession” of the land, and who is responsible for notifying the Registrar of titles, so that they can issue a freehold title in the name of the Uganda Land Commission. The Act says that the Assessment Offi cer can take possession of the land as soon as compensation claims are decided upon, even before they are actually.

The issue of the over 4 farms seized without compensation is turning out to be a pertinent matter in Zimbabwe's re-engagement efforts with Western countries after a year political standoff.

A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF LAND TENURE LAW REFORM IN UGANDA AND PAPUA NEW GUINEA∗ JOHN MUGAMBWA † INTRODUCTION In the British Colonial Government established a Royal Commission to investigate and recommend ways for the promotion of economic development in Britain’s east African Size: 88KB.

The Uganda National Land Policy, _____ iv EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Land in Uganda is a critical factor of production and an essential pillar of human existence and national development. Since the advent of colonialism, the country has never had a comprehensive Land Size: KB.

Introduction. A large literature has described causes and impacts of land-related conflicts in countries that inherited a highly unequal distribution of land ownership, such as Brazil, El Salvador, Guatemala, Zimbabwe, and South Africa (Moore,Wickham-Crowley,Kriger, ).More recently, evidence from these settings has been complemented by Cited by:.

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