This report contains an analysis of the existing legal, policy, and implementation framework related to land tenure and property rights reform in Uzbekistan. In particular, this report reviews the status of legislation and GOU policy impacting land rights, tenure security, and land reform including, where available, upcoming policy debates or legislation on land reform. The current land tenure structure in Uzbekistan is an inheritance from the Soviet land policy system that imposed collectivization and a planned economy, based heavily on cotton production and which did not provide for private ownership of land. In Uzbekistan, property ownership rights exist against attachments to land only, and not to the land itself. For the purposes of this report, land tenure is defined as the relationship (rights, restrictions) between people and land.