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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.

 

Physical address
8 Upper Kololo Terrace, Kampala, Uganda

Supreme Court of Uganda - 2004

39 documents

Title Date
December 2004
Pearl Motors Ltd v Bank of Baroda (U) Ltd (Civil Appeal No.15 of 2002) [2004] UGSC 34 (20 December 2004) 20 December 2004
Godfrey Magezi and Anor v Sudhir Rupaleria (Civil Application No.10 of 2002) [2004] UGSC 33 (19 December 2004) 19 December 2004
Mansukhlal Ramji Karia and Anor v Attoreny General and Ors (Civil Appeal No.20 of 2002) [2004] UGSC 32 (15 December 2004) 15 December 2004
Stanbic Bank Uganda Ltd v Atabya Agencies Ltd (Civil Application No. 31 of 2004) [2004] UGSC 37 (13 December 2004) 13 December 2004
Stanbic Bank Uganda Ltd v Atabya Agencies Ltd (Civil Application No.31 of 2004) [2004] UGSC 38 (13 December 2004) 13 December 2004
November 2004
Lutwama David v Uganda (Criminal Appeal No.4 of 2003) [2004] UGSC 31 (29 November 2004) 29 November 2004
Yesero Mugenyi v 1. Philemon Wandera and Ors (Civil Application No.20 of 2004) [2004] UGSC 30 (14 November 2004) 14 November 2004
October 2004
Administrator General v Bwanika James and Ors (Civil Appeal No.7 of 2003) [2004] UGSC 29 (12 October 2004) 12 October 2004
September 2004
Walakira Abas and Ors v Uganda (Criminal Appeal No.25 of 2002) [2004] UGSC 28 (23 September 2004) 23 September 2004
Attorney General v Paul K. Ssemogerere and Anor (Constitutional Appeal No.3 of 2004) [2004] UGSC 35 (2 September 2004) 2 September 2004
Attorney General v Paul K. Ssemogerere and Ors (Constitutional Application No.2 of 2004) [2004] UGSC 3 (2 September 2004) 2 September 2004
Kwijuka & anor v Uganda (Criminal Appeal No. 18 of 2003) [2004] UGSC 41 (1 September 2004) 1 September 2004
Kwijuka Misaki and Anor v Attorney General (Criminal Appeal No.18 of 2003) [2004] UGSC 27 (1 September 2004) 1 September 2004
August 2004
Haji Hartjna Mtjlangwa v Shariff Osman (Civil Reference No.3 of 2004) [2004] UGSC 26 (29 August 2004) 29 August 2004
Godfrey Magezi and Anor v Sudhir Rupaleria (Miscellaneous Application No.6 of 2003) [2004] UGSC 25 (4 August 2004) 4 August 2004
July 2004
Byaruhanga Fodori v Uganda (Criminal Appeal No.18 of 2002) [2004] UGSC 24 (29 July 2004) 29 July 2004
Kasaija Emmanuel v Uganda (Criminal Appeal No.6 of 2003) [2004] UGSC 22 (22 July 2004) 22 July 2004
Kazibwe Kassim v Uganda (Criminal Appeal No.1 of 2003) [2004] UGSC 23 (22 July 2004) 22 July 2004
June 2004
Attorney General v Paul Kawanga Semwogerere and Ors (Constitutional Appeal No.3 of 2003) [2004] UGSC 21 (30 June 2004) 30 June 2004
Erisafani Muddumba v Wilberforce Kuluse (Civil Appeal No.9 of 2002) [2004] UGSC 19 (22 June 2004) 22 June 2004
Fr. Narsensio Begumisa and Ors v Eric Tibebaga (Civil Appeal No.17 of 2002) [2004] UGSC 18 (22 June 2004) 22 June 2004
Vimila Thakkar v Lalita Minilal Raja and Ors (Civil Appeal No.3 of 2003) [2004] UGSC 20 (22 June 2004) 22 June 2004
Gabula David v Uganda (Criminal Appeal No.4 of 2002) [2004] UGSC 17 (18 June 2004) 18 June 2004
May 2004
Habre International Trading Co. Ltd v Francis Rutagarama Bantariza (Civil Application No.7 of 2003) [2004] UGSC 16 (26 May 2004) 26 May 2004
Bagaga Peter v Uganda (Criminal Appeal No.8 of 2002) [2004] UGSC 15 (18 May 2004) 18 May 2004
Kasirye Hamuza, Cpl and Ors v Uganda (Criminal Appeal No.44 of 2001) [2004] UGSC 36 (18 May 2004) 18 May 2004
April 2004
Attorney General v James Rwanyarare and Ors (Constitutional Appeal No.2 of 2003) [2004] UGSC 2 (21 April 2004) 21 April 2004
Hajj Bumali Kadjingo v Non Performing Assets Recovery Trust (Civil Appeal No.19 of 2002) [2004] UGSC 14 (20 April 2004) 20 April 2004
March 2004
A.K.P.M. Lutaya v Attorney General (Civil Appeal No.10 of 2002) [2004] UGSC 13 (8 March 2004) 8 March 2004
Noble Builders (U) Limited and Anor v Jabal Singh Sandhu (Civil Application No.15 of 2002) [2004] UGSC 12 (3 March 2004) 3 March 2004
February 2004
Byasigaraho Wilson, Cpl. v Uganda (Criminal Appeal No.15 of 2003) [2004] UGSC 11 (18 February 2004) 18 February 2004
Charles Onyango Obbo and Anor v Attorney General (Constitutional Appeal No.2 of 2002) [2004] UGSC 1 (10 February 2004) 10 February 2004
January 2004
Paul k. Ssemogerere and Ors v Attorney General (Constitutional Appeal No.1 of 2002) [2004] UGSC 10 (28 January 2004) 28 January 2004
Ahmed Ibrahim Bholm v Car and General Ltd (Civil Appeal No.12 of 2002) [2004] UGSC 8 (15 January 2004) 15 January 2004
Fulgensius Mungereza v Africa Central (Civil Appeal No.18 of 2002) [2004] UGSC 9 (15 January 2004) 15 January 2004
Nsereko Joseph and Ors v Bank of Uganda (Civil Appeal No.1 of 2002) [2004] UGSC 7 (15 January 2004) 15 January 2004
Byabagambi Gabriel v Uganda (Criminal Appeal No.16 of 2002) [2004] UGSC 5 (14 January 2004) 14 January 2004
Mundu Tito v Uganda (Criminal Appeal No.28 of 2001) [2004] UGSC 6 (14 January 2004) 14 January 2004
Umar Sebidde v Uganda (Criminal Appeal No.23 of 2002) [2004] UGSC 4 (14 January 2004) 14 January 2004