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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 - 2021 September

14 documents

Title Date
September 2021
Ouma v Uganda (Criminal Application 17 of 2021) [2021] UGSC 50 (30 September 2021) 30 September 2021
Atai v Uganda (Criminal Application 19 of 2020) [2021] UGSC 4 (28 September 2021) 28 September 2021
Sseluwagi & 2 Others v Uganda (Criminal Appeal 67 of 2019) [2021] UGSC 57 (28 September 2021) 28 September 2021
Nabamba and 2 Others v Semakula and 3 Others (Civil Application 16 of 2020) [2021] UGSC 73 (23 September 2021) 23 September 2021
Suuna & Another v Uganda (Criminal Appeal 17 of 2020) [2021] UGSC 59 (21 September 2021) 21 September 2021
Kwashaho and 2 Others v Uganda (Criminal Appeal 85 of 2018) [2021] UGSC 71 (17 September 2021) 17 September 2021
Musoke v Agard & 2 Others (Civil Application 37 of 2021) [2021] UGSC 51 (17 September 2021) 17 September 2021
Kashaka v Uganda (Criminal Application 5 of 2020) [2021] UGSC 28 (16 September 2021) 16 September 2021
KCB Bank (U) Ltd v Formula Feeds Ltd and 3 Others (Civil Application 38 of 2020) [2021] UGSC 47 (14 September 2021) 14 September 2021
Uganda Tax Operators & Drivers Association v Uganda Revenue Authority (Civil Application 24 of 2019) [2021] UGSC 61 (14 September 2021) 14 September 2021
Sekandi v Uganda (Criminal Appeal 25 of 2019) [2021] UGSC 55 (10 September 2021) 10 September 2021
Kaawe v Uganda (Criminal Application 7 of 2021) [2021] UGSC 48 (9 September 2021) 9 September 2021
Nakiwuge v Uganda (Criminal Reference 12 of 2020) [2021] UGSC 42 (9 September 2021) 9 September 2021
Namazzi v Banadda & 2 Others (Civil Appeal 16 of 2019) [2021] UGSC 24 (2 September 2021) 2 September 2021