How to transfer mailo land

How to transfer mailo land
The Ministry of Lands and Urban Development has a set of procedures to follow in order to transfer Mailo Land

  • 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.

  • Step 4:
    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.

  • Step 5:
    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.

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How to transfer Mailo Land

How to transfer Mailo Land
The Ministry of Lands and Urban Development has a set of procedures to follow in order to Acquire a leasehold land title

  • Step 1:

    • The Applicant goes to the District Land Office or Area Land Committee to pick the Application Form 8, fill it, attach 4 passport photos and submit them to the
      Area Land Committee after paying the required fees of 10,000/-.
    • The Area Land Committee receives the Application and issues a notice for a public hearing using Form 10.
    • The Area Land Committee visits the site and together with the neighbors fill and sign the Demarcation Form 23. The Area Land Committee also compiles an Inspection Report and submits the documents to the District Land Office.
    • The District Land Officer prepares a technical report and forwards all the documents to the District Land Board for approval, after which, the documents are returned to the District Land Officer to prepare the Lease Offer using Form
      18. The District Land Officer then forwards all the documents to the Ministry of Lands for preparation of the Land Title.
  • Step 2:
    The Applicant must have in his/her possession:

    • Area Land Committee Report;
    • District Land Officer’s Technical Report;
    • 3 Passport Photos;
    • A forwarding letter; and Receipts of payment of Application fees,
    • Receipts of payment of Application fees,Premium and Ground Rent.
  • Step 3: Department of Land Administration:
    The applicant presents the full set of original documents and photocopy of the same to the department of land administration for checking. The photocopy is stamped ‘Recieved’and returned to the applicant. The applicant checks with the department of Land Administration after 10 working days to confirm their approval or rejection.

  • Step 4:Office of Titles:
    The documents are forwarded to the Office of Titles for preperation and issuance of Lease agreements. The Applicant checks after 10 working days to pick up the Lease agreements for signing and sealing by the Chairperson and Secretary of the Controlling Authority i.e Uganda Land Commission or the respective District Land Board and to pay stamp duty,which is 1% of the premium
    and 1% of the annual rent multiplied by the number of years granted.

  • Step 5:
    The Applicant presents fully signed and sealed Lease documents by the Uganda Land Commission
    or the District Land Board Chairperson and Secretary and Lease agreements embossed by URA.
    The Applicant is given a photocopy of the Lease agreements stamped ‘Received’ and checks after
    20 working days.

  • Step 6:
    The Applicant presents a photocopy given to him/her by the department of Land Registration stamped ‘Received’ and identification documents on collecting the leasehold title. The applicant signs for the title and the photocopy is stamped, ‘Returned’ on completion

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HOW TO ACQUIRE A FREEHOLD LAND TITLE
The Ministry of Lands and Urban Development has a set of procedures to follow in order to Acquire a freehold land title

  • Step 1:

    • The Applicant goes to the District Land Office or Area Land Committee to pick the Application Form 4, fill it, attach 4 passport photos and submit them to the Area Land Committee after paying the required fees of 10,000/=
    • The Area Land Committee receives the Application and issues a notice for a Public hearing using Form 10.
    • The Area Land Committee visits the site and together with the neighbours fill and sign the Demarcation Form 23. The Area Land Committee also compiles an Inspection Report and submits the documents to the District Land Office.
    • The District Land Officer prepares a technical report and forwards the documents to the District Land Board for approval, after which, the District Land Officer forwards the documents to the Ministry of Lands for preperation of the Land Title.
  • Step 2:
    The Applicant must have in his/ her possession::

    • Fully completed Forms 4, 10, and 23, In case of acquisition of a Freehold by Grant from a Controlling Authority, the Applicant fills Form 19;
    • Area Land Committee Report;
    • District Land Officer’s Technical Report;
    • 3 Passport Photos;
    • A forwarding letter; and Receipts of payment of Application fees,
    • Receipts of payment of Application fees,Premium and Ground Rent.
  • Step 3: Department of Land Administration:
    The applicant presents the full set of original documents and photocopy of the same to the department of land administration for checking. The photocopy is stamped ‘Recieved’and returned to the applicant. The applicant checks with the department of Land Administration after 10 working days to confirm their approval or rejection.

  • Step 4:Office of Titles:
    Once approved, the documents are forwarded to the Office of Titles for issuance of a Freehold Land Title.The Applicant checks after 20 working days

  • Step 5: Office of Titles
    The Applicant signs for the Title and the photocopy is stamped ‘Returned’ on completion.

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HOW TO REGISTER A CAVEAT
The Ministry of Lands and Urban Development has a set of procedures to follow in order to register a caveat

  • Step 1:
    The Applicant must have in his/her possession:

    • Two sets of embossed caveat documents duly witnessed by an Advocate and signed by the person who is placing the Caveat (Deponent) and dated;
    • Statutory/ Declaration signed by the Deponent and a Commissioner for Oaths;
    • Two Passport photographs of the person placing the Caveat.
  • Step 2:
    Office of Titles:

    • The Applicant presents the full set of original documents and a photocopy of
      the same to the Office of Titles for processing. The photocopy is stamped
      ‘Received’ and returned to the Applicant
  • Step 3: Office of Titles:
    The Applicant checks with the Office of Titles after 10 working days
    to confirm entry of the Caveat upon the Register.

  • Fees paid at the Ministry/District:
    Stamp duty 20,000/=
    Registration Fee 10,000
    If Caveat affects more than 1 title, sh 5000 is paid
    per extra Plot.

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register-mortgage
The Ministry of Lands and Urban Development has a set of procedures to follow in order to transfer Mailo Land

  • Step 1: The Applicant must have his or her possession.

    • Two sets of embossed, duly signed, dated and witnessed Mortgage Deeds;
    • Duplicate Certificate of Title;
    • Two Passport Photographs of the person registering the Mortgage
  • Step 2:Office of Titles:
    The applicant presents the full set of of original documents and a photocopy of the same, to the Office of Titles for processing.
    The Photocopy is stamped ‘Received’ and returned to the applicant. The applicant checks with the Office of Titles after 10 working days to confirm entry of the mortgage upon the register.

  • Step 3:
    The Applicant upon presentation of the photocopy stamped ‘Received’ collects the duplicate certificate of Title together with a Mortgage Deed.
    The photocopy is stamped ‘Returned’ on completion.

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