The Constitution of the Republic of Uganda, the Investment Code and other laws protect private property. Any legal disputes can be resolved by an independence judiciary whose independence is guaranteed by Constitution.
The handling of commercial cases has greatly improved as a result of setting up of the Commercial Court as a separate division of the High Court.
The fight on corruption is a top agenda item of the government with the strengthening of the offices of the Inspector General of Government (IGG) and Auditor General.
An independent Tax Appeals Tribunal to handle tax appeals from unsatisfied taxpayers has been in existence for some time. Options still exist for parties to resolve their tax related disputes with Uganda Revenue Authority.
The Centre for Arbitration and Dispute Resolution (CADER) has been set up to provide alternative dispute resolution
The labor laws take into account the needs of both local and foreign employees in Uganda. Labor disputes can be settled by the Industrial Court.
The law allows a foreigner to run business under various business structures including a limited liability company, a branch of a foreign company, a joint venture, a partnership and sole proprietorship.