Uganda Land Commission

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The Uganda Land Commission (ULC) was established by the 1995 Constitution of the Republic of Uganda. The Constitution provides for the setting up of Uganda Land Commission as an autonomous body; and at the commencement of the financial year 2006/07, Ministry of Finance Planning and Economic Development created a vote for Uganda Land Commission. 

Arising out of the provisions of the Constitution, Parliament enacted laws that are contained in the 1998 Land Act, which regulate the operation of the Uganda Land Commission. The functions of the Uganda Land Commission are not decentralized but the Commission may liaise with the independent District Land Boards (DLB) with regard to Government land in the Districts.

Our objectives are:
•    To ensure the effective and efficient management of all Government land and property thereon
•    To develop and maintain an updated inventory and database for all Government land and property
•    To ensure that all Government land is titled and secured
•    To ensure proper use and accountability of Land Fund
•    To enable bonafide and lawful occupants acquire registrable interest.

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Closed Mar 15, 2018   Services in Uganda  /  Kampala, by Uganda Land Commission