Diplomatic Property and Consular Conventions Act
- Commenced on 11 May 1950
- [This is the version of this document at 31 December 2000.]
- [Note: The version of the Act as at 31 December 2000 was revised and consolidated by the Law Reform Commission of Uganda. All subsequent amendments have been researched and applied by Laws.Africa for ULII.]
2. Powers of consular officers in relation to property of deceased persons in Uganda
3. Supplementary provisions as to section 2Notwithstanding any rule of law conferring immunity or privilege in respect of the official acts and documents of consular officers, a consular officer shall not be entitled to any immunity or privilege in respect of any act done by virtue of powers conferred on him or her by or under section 2 or in respect of any document for the time being in his or her possession relating thereto.
4. Incorporation of foreign State for the acquisition of land, etc.
5. Incorporation of foreign State maintaining diplomatic relations forthe acquisition of land, etc.
6. Incorporation of Commonwealth countries for the acquisition of land, etc.
7. SavingAny State to which section 4 applied before the 9th October, 1962, which acquired any property pursuant to that section before the 9th October, 1962, and which established diplomatic relations with Uganda before the 1st July, 1963, shall be deemed to hold and have held that property for a purpose specified in subsection (1)(c) of that section on and from the 9th October, 1962; except that—
History of this document
11 May 1950