Supreme Court of Uganda
The Supreme Court of Uganda is the highest judicial organ in Uganda. It derives powers from Article 130 of the 1995 constitution. It is primarily an appellate court with original jurisdiction in only one type of case: a presidential election petition.
The Supreme Court is headed by the chief justice nd has ten other justices. The quorum required for a court decision varies depending on the type of case under consideration. When hearing a constitutional appeal, the required quorum is seven justices. In a criminal or a civil appeal, only five justices are required for a quorum.
Supreme Court of Uganda - 1986
|Ateker Ejalu v Uganda Railways Workers Union & Anor (Civil Appeal No. 8 of 1985)  UGSC 14 (11 December 1986)||11 December 1986||Charles Kayumba v Uganda (Criminal Appeal No. 8 of 1981)  UGSC 13 (3 December 1986)||3 December 1986|
|David Sajjaaka Nalima v Rebecca Musoke (Civil Appeal No. 12 of 1985)  UGSC 12 (9 November 1986)||9 November 1986|
|Uganda Commercial Bank v Severio Oryeda (Civil Application No. 3 of 1986)  UGSC 10 (6 October 1986)||6 October 1986|