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Land tenure in Buganda

Augustine Bikokolo Mukwaya

Land tenure in Buganda

present day tendencies.

by Augustine Bikokolo Mukwaya

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Published by Eagle Press, for the East African Institute of Social Rese arch, Distributed by Kegan Paul in Nairobi, London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEast Africa studies series;no.1
The Physical Object
Pagination79p.,21cm
Number of Pages79
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21455794M

The Buganda kingdom says such fears are misplaced since no one has ever been evicted from the land given back to the Kingdom in on account of ethnic origins. “On the contrary, 40% of. CHAPTER THE LAND ACT. Commencement: 2 July, An Act to provide for the tenure, ownership and management of land; to amend and consolidate the law relating to tenure, ownership and management of land; and to provide for other related or incidental. .

Access-restricted-item true Addeddate Bookplateleaf Boxid IA Boxid_2 CH City London Donor bwb External-identifierPages: As the land debate continues, Nasani Batungi's book, Land Reform in Uganda: Towards a Harmonised Tenure System, looks potentially fit to guide deliberations and policy development.

  Mailo land tenure was introduced under the Buganda agreement, wherein the British distributed chunks of land to notable chiefs and the Buganda aristocracy. The mailo owners held their rights in perpetuity and could freely sell or pass on their rights to their heirs.   Haydon: Laws and Justice in Buganda. Gayer: Land Tenure in Buganda. Uganda Government: Inquiry into land Tenure and the Kibanja System in Bunyoro, Report of the Committee, Government printer, Entebbe, Gayer: Report on Land Tenure in Bugisu, (iv) Cases: Mtoro Bin Mwamba v. A.G. () 2 TLR


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Land tenure in Buganda by Augustine Bikokolo Mukwaya Download PDF EPUB FB2

Handbook On Land Ownership, Rights, Interests And Acquisition In Uganda 7 Land tenure in Buganda book Holder /Customary tenant Persons who had settled on the land in Buganda as customary tenants with the consent of the mailo land own-er under the Busuulu and Envujjo Law, A Kibanja holder holds an equitable interest in mailo land whichFile Size: 2MB.

Land tenure in Buganda, present day tendencies. Nairobi: Published for the East African Institute of Social Research by the Eagle Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A B Mukwaya. Genre/Form: History Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: West, Henry W.

Transformation of land tenure in Buganda since [Leiden, Afrika Studiecentrum; Cambridge, University of Cambridge, ]. The authors admit that the main land problem is “not a single land tenure system in use for the whole of Uganda”.

(P). The British imposed a system that was top-down, contradictory and. Types of Land Tenure Systems in Uganda – Land Ownership in Uganda. There are various Types of Land Tenure Systems in Uganda under under which citizens and foreigners can buy land, own and utilize can either be owned in perpetuity or for a given period of time.

Filed under: Land tenure -- Law and legislation -- Buganda The Mailo System in Buganda: A Preliminary Case Study in African Land Tenure (), by Henry W.

West (page images with commentary at ). Discussing Buganda land system in through lens of today is wrong. Tuesday April 2 Peter Mulira. In Summary. Laws confirm. All the laws and Author: Peter Mulira. Gayer: Land Tenure in Buganda. Uganda Government: Inquiry into land Tenure and the Kibanja System in Bunyoro, Report of the Committee, Government printer, Entebbe, Gayer: Report on Land Tenure in Bugisu, Buganda was the most prominent of the four traditional Bantu kingdoms of Uganda, which ceased to exist when the country was declared a Republic in The Kabakaship (kingship), the central institution of Buganda, was saturated with rituals and mythic images.

Based on fieldwork and using extensive Luganda-language source material, this book Cited by: The chiefs did so but expected their interests (preserving Buganda as a self-governing entity, continuing the royal line of kabakas, and securing private land tenure for themselves and their supporters) to be met.

After much hard bargaining, the chiefs ended up with everything they wanted, including one-half of all the land in Buganda. The book also talks of land tenure system in Buganda and how it works. However, the author mentions how such articles, more so those concerning land tenure in.

The basic unit of the mailo system is a square mile, hence the derivation of mailo, which is also equivalent to acres. The term is used in Uganda to describe a land tenure system that came into effect when the kingdom of Buganda signed an agreement with the British-administered Uganda Protectorate there in Buganda runs along the northwest shore of Lake Victoria, in present-day.

And indeed there was an outcry when the Daily Monitor wrote that the commission had recommended the abolition of the Mailo Land tenure. Inthere was the Buganda Agreement, which granted some rights to the Buganda Kingdom. The Constitution recognizes that land under the Mailo Land tenure system.

This is pointed out in the Land Act. The economy of Buganda is still very heavily dependent on agriculture and forestry so that the land is, and must for the foreseeable future remain, the primary source of wealth.

As the land tenure system provides the indispensable link between the people and the land, the nature and peculiarities of this system must continue to exert considerable influence on the development of both the economy Cited by: 4.

HU School of Law South Africa Program ; Alternative Spring Break (ASB) Howard Ghana ; FLAS Program ; Other Study Abroad Scholarships & Opportunities. Freehold Land: It is a system of owning land in perpetuity and was set up by an agreement between the Kingdoms and the British Government.

Grants of land in freehold were made by the Crown and later by the Uganda Land Commission. Mailo Land: Land held under mailo tenure system is mainly in Buganda (Central region) and some parts of Western.

Historical Continuum of Land Rights in Uganda: A Review of Land Tenure Systems and Approaches for Improving Tenure Security Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Rural Studies Vol 4(Issue 2) Kampala (UK: / k æ m ˈ p ɑː l ə /, US: / k ɑː m ˈ-/) is the capital and largest city of city proper was estimated to have a population of 1, people on 31st July and is divided into the five boroughs of Kampala Central Division, Kawempe Division, Makindye Division, Nakawa Division, and Rubaga Division.

Kampala's metropolitan area consists of the city proper and City: Kampala. The term is used in Uganda to describe the land tenure system that came into effect when the Kingdom of Buganda signed an agreement with the British-administered Uganda Protectorate in Land in Buganda has been characterized by problems which many argue originates from Mailo land ownership.

The Buganda Agreement gave rise to the following types of land tenure and land owners: (i) private mailo (for Baganda chiefs and notables, including the Kabaka himself), (ii) freehold (for. The Buganda Agreement gave rise to the following types of land tenure and land owners: (i) private mailo (for Baganda chiefs and notables, including the Kabaka himself), (ii) freehold (for Anglican Protestant and Catholic missions), (iii) Crown freehold (for the Colonial Government), measuring square miles [now called ‘mailo akenda.customary land ownership and underdevelopment in northern uganda Article (PDF Available) in Pertanika Journal of Social Science and Humanities 2(3) July with 2, Reads.Finally, there is a tendency to quickly blame Uganda’s land problems on the Mailo land tenure system.

Mailo land isn’t the problem as we have seen in Apaa, Teso and other parts of the country.