Commercial Court of Uganda
The Commercial Court was established in 1996 as a division of the High Court of Uganda devoted to hearing and determining commercial disputes with current jurisdiction (as established under Legal Notice No.4 of 1996 and Instruction Circular No.1 of 1996); company causes, Bankruptcies and intellectual property.
The mission of the court is to deliver to the commercial community an efficient, expeditious and cost-effective mode of adjudicating disputes that affect directly and significantly the economic, commercial and financial life of Uganda.
Commercial Court of Uganda - February 2005
|Kyebakola Sam v The Arab Contractors Osman Armed Osman & Co (Civil Suit No. 567 of 2003)  UGCommC 4 (27 February 2005)||27 February 2005||MH ConstructionCoLtd v Petro Uganda Ltd (High Court Civil Suit No. 425 of 2002)  UGCommC 3 (13 February 2005)||13 February 2005|