Step 1: The Applicant must have his or her possession.
- A transfer form
- Two consent forms
- Photocopy of the duplicate certificate of title
- Two authentic passport photographs of the buyer and seller
Step 2:The property or land is assessed at the market value for the purpose of the applicant paying stamp duty which is 1%.
The applicant checks after 5 working days to collect the assesment.
Fees paid at the Ministry
Step 3: The Bank:
The bank pays the stamp duty and registration fee in the bank and gets the receipt and transfer form embossed by the Uganda Revenue Authority.
Submit all the documentation together with the duplicate certificate of title, receipts and photocopies of all documents to the office of titles.
The photocopy is stamped ‘Received’
The Applicant is asked to check after 10 working days for the title.
The applicant presents identification documents and the photocopies to collect the duplicate certificate of title. The applicant signs for the title and the photocopy is stamped ‘Returned on completion.