Assessing the effect of lawful occupancy on secured lending case study: Kazo Angola
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Ownership of land is a much-prized aspect for many Ugandans. This is not only because land is the basis on which every human activity happens or even rotates but also due to the fact that Uganda is a subsistence agricultural economy or society making ownership or even access to land a matter of life and death. The Constitution of the Republic of Uganda, under Article 237, provides that land belongs to the citizens of Uganda who would hold it under four different tenures. The tenures are customary, freehold, mailo, and leasehold.