Uganda Revenue Authority v Uganda Land Commission (HCT-04-CV-MC-0020-2009) [2010] UGHC 167 (13 July 2010);


Search Summary: 

In this case the applicant sought court for vesting orders in respect of the various suit
properties against the respondent. This was mainly on grounds that the applicant was
the lawful owner of the suit properties given the Uganda revenue act and the
respondent was illegally selling the same.

Headnote and Holding: 

Court considered whether the vesting orders should be granted as prayed for by the
applicant. Court held that it would grant the vesting orders. Court was satisfied from
its findings that the respondent was holding the suit properties in trust for the applicant
and there had been no reason for the applicant not to surrender the properties to the
applicant since the coming into force of the Uganda revenue authority act since it

sought to vest the same in the applicant.
Accordingly court granted the vesting orders of the suit properties as prayed for by the


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