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By Vision Reporter

Added 25th August 2003 03:00 AM

Draft law
KAMPALA — The Uganda Law Reform Commission has drafted a new contract law which will cut down on excessive reference to the English Common Law to meet local contract concerns. Prof. Joseph Kakooza, the chairman, recently made the announcement at Speke Resort Conference Cen

Draft law
KAMPALA — The Uganda Law Reform Commission has drafted a new contract law which will cut down on excessive reference to the English Common Law to meet local contract concerns. Prof. Joseph Kakooza, the chairman, recently made the announcement at Speke Resort Conference Centre, Munyonyo.

Cops finish
KAMPALA — The Police yesterday announced the completion of investigations into a sh600m fraud case against the Electoral Commission (EC) accountant, Bethel Ssaku Walusimbi. Walusimbi, who is also a principal witness in another sh300m fraud case against six of his colleagues, will go on trial starting September 26.

Correction
IN our story on page 4 yesterday, ‘Auditor pins URA staff’, we reported that Uganda Revenue Authority Audit department recovered over sh700m in undervalued goods. The true story should have been URA Audit department discovered a loss of over sh700m caused by customs officers. We regret any inconvenience and embarrassment caused to the parties concerned.

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