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The Uganda hire purchase act 2009 vis-à- vis the Kenyan hire purchase act
(Islamic University in Uganda, 2017)
The Hire Purchase Act of Uganda, 2009 is a commendable effort from the Ugandan law makers which seeks on one hand to respond to the commercial needs of the people by providing a legal framework aimed at creating a regulatory ...
An appraisal of the Law on child abuse in developing countries: a case study of Nigeria and Uganda
This paper examines the degree of the child abuse in both Nigeria and Uganda and how it has become so endemic that it has become so notorious in our society. It also discusses the various meanings of attached to child ...
Electronic evidence: a case for reform of the law of Evidence in Uganda
(Journal of Comparative Law, 2007-07)
The Law of evidence deals with evidence of information that tends to prove a fact in court. It is the duty of Judges to admit or reject evidential material depending on whether the items are relevant or whether the law of ...
The need for banking sector reforms and consolidation in uganda: a conceptual and legal framework
(Journal of comparative law, 2008-01)
The financial landscape, especially the banking sector, is under immense pressure from the global market place of financial services, for the need to provide adequate and cheap capital, competitive technology, and robust ...
A comparative analysis of the rights of a child under the Nigerian and ugandan laws
(journal of comparative law, 2008-01)
The joy of every parent is to bear and have children; this is because this life will appear to be worthless if a man born of a woman could not in turn reproduce and procreate to have his own children too. it is a blessing ...