Okidi & Anor v Odwong (Civil Appeal No. 233 of 2015) [2019] UGCA 18 (1 April 2019)

Property Law|Land
Case summary
The court held that as the second appellate court, it is required to deal with matters of law and not facts. The court also held that the appeal revolves around the question of what kind of interest if any, the appellants have. The court held that the chief to whom a licence had been granted passed away and he could not assign a licence to others and neither could it be inherited. If the appellant acquired any interest, it would be in their own right as occupants of the property.

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