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How to Transfer Mailo land

Step 1
The Applicant must have in his/her possession fully completed set of Transfer
forms which include a Transfer form and two Consent forms, A photocopy of the
duplicate certificate of title and two authentic Passport photographs of the buyer
and seller.
Step 2
The Applicant presents the documents to the Valuation Division for valuation
assessment for Stamp duty. The Applicant checks with the Valuation Division
within a period of 3 working days to pick the form and proceed to pay stamp duty
and registration fees in the Bank. Stamp duty is 1% of the value of the land.
Assessment for payment of Registration fees is done by the respective District
Step 3
Pay the fess in the Bank, get a receipt and your Transfer form embossed. Submit
all documentation together with the Duplicate Certificate of Title, receipts and
photocopies of all documents to the Mailo Registry.
Step 4
The photocopy is stamped ‘Received’. The applicant is asked to check after 10
working days.
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.
Documents required: Duplicate Certificate of Title, set of Passport
photographs, embossed Transfer form and consent form and General
receipts of Payment.
Fees paid: Stamp duty- 1% of the value of the land; and Registration fees –

Ministry of Lands, Housing & Urban, Century Building – Parliament Avenue. P.O.Box 7096
Kampala, Uganda. Tel: +256 414 373511. Email: dennisfo@mlhud.go.ug
March, 2011.
Available on Ministry website: www.mlhud.go.ug

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