Caveats, covenants and easements

Caveats, covenants and easementsA caveat is a document that any person with a legal interest in a property can lodge with Uganda Land Commission. After registration, a caveat note appears on the title giving prospective buyers notice that a third party might have rights over the property.

A covenant is a written agreement between the seller and purchaser of a piece of land restricting what the land can be used for. For example, restricting the type of building material the purchaser can use.

An easement is a right held by someone to use land belonging to someone else for a specific purpose. Common examples of easements are drainage, sewerage and carriageway easements.


To keep track of activity on a land title you can visit  the Uganda Land Commission for support and more details or you can contact us and we will get back to you. This service may be a useful alternative to a purchaser's caveat on the title. Choose the title or plan you want and opt to subscribe for three, six or 12 months.


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