Kalule Vs Nassozi (Civil Appeal No. 29 of 2014) [2017] UGCA 21 (15 September 2017)

Appeals and reviews|Property Law|Land
Case summary
Court agreed with the trial magistrate’s decision, holding that the gift inter vivos was valid since it was accompanied by the certificate of title to the suit land. Court added that it would be contrary to the spirit of the constitution to impute the principle that interest in land could not be orally transferred as against the appellant. Court held that the appellant had had exclusive possession of the suit land for 48 years and it was therefore within his rights to apply to the commissioner for land registration to have the land vested to him under section 147 of the Registration of Titles Act. Court allowed the appeal, set aside the orders of the high court.

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