Uganda

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UGA
Regulations
March 2014

This Governmental Decree establishes that the scope of land cadastre shall be to provide state bodies of all levels, natural and legal persons with the informationrelated to land areas and land quality located within the boundaries of urban areas, local government, districts and at the national level.

Regulations
August 2008

These Regulations implement provisions of the Mines and Minerals Development Act, 2008 with respect to a wide variety of matters such as: organization of mining cadastre offices; application for, or grant or renewal of a mining right or a mineral processing licence; transfer of a mining right or a mineral processing licence; permission for the abandonment of a mining area; alteration of or prospecting in a mining area; various matters relating to survey, mapping and certification.The central mining cadastre office in Lusaka shall administer mining rights and mineral processing licences.

Legislation
May 2006

This Act establishes the Zambia Development Agency and the Trade and Industrial Development Fund and makes provision in general for economic development in Zambia. In certain cases, development requires a licence, permit or certificate of registration of the Board of the Agency.

Legislation
October 1999

Point 26 of the paragraph 1 of the Article 9 is supplemented with the expression "land survey/mapping practices". Point 45 of the paragraph 1 of the Article 9 acquires a new wording. It reads as follows "formal acceptance, storage and processing of cereals and the by-products of their processing at grain-elevators". Paragraph 1 of the Article 12 is supplemented with the following sentence: "Export and import of some commodities (produce and service) are subject to obligatory licensing".

Amends: Law No. 2200 (1995-04-17)

Legislation
April 1995

This Law consists of 5 Chapters that contain 26 articles. Chapter 1 lays down the general provisions. Chapter 2 lists the types of activity that are subject to obligatory licensing. Chapter 3 determines licensing for export and import of commodities (produce service). Chapter 4establishes the modalities of issuing licences. Chapter 5 establishes liability for the infringement of the legislation currently in force on licensing.

Legislation
May 1989

The aim of the Act is to provide a uniform intestate succession Law applying throughout the country; to make adequate financial and other provisions for the surviving spouse, children, dependants and other relatives of an intestate; to provide for the administration of the estates of persons dying not having made a will; and to provide for matters connected with or incidental to the foregoing.

National Policies
January 2005

Le PAN, contrairement aux autres programmes antérieurs de lutte contre la dégradation des terres, présente une tonalité originale découlant, d’une part, de son caractère d’instrument de mise en œuvre d’un accord international et, d’autre part, des principes directeurs qui sous-tendront le processus de sa mise en œuvre à savoir le partenariat, la participation effective de tous les acteurs et l’appréhension du problème de dégradation des terres dans son ensemble.Son objectif global est de contribuer au processus de développement durable du pays à travers le renforcement des capacités nationa

National Policies
July 2006

The Agricultural Policies, Programs and Targets for a Plan for Accelerated and Sustainable Development to End Poverty (PASDEP) is a national sectoral policy document of Ethiopia. It is in force for the period 2005/6-2009/10.

Legislation
January 1972

This Act regulates lease of business premises and in particular the relationship between landlord and tenant and public interference in the contractual relationship. "Business" means a trade, an industry, a profession or an employment, and includes any activity carried on by a body of persons, whether corporate or not, but does not include farming on land. Section 3 defines the application sphere of the Act.

Legislation
January 1992

This Act concerns the acquisition of land for public purposes. The Act (46 sections, 1 Schedule) is divided into 9 Parts: Preliminary (I), Acquisition of land (II), Procedure for compulsory acquisition of land (III), Claims for assessment and payment of compensation (V), Compensation for agricultural land required for resettlement purposes Va), Derelict Land Board (VI), Provisions relating to derelict land (VII), Special provisions relating to the Administrative Court (VIII), General (IX).