An analysis on the law relating to custody of children in Uganda.

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Kampala International University, School of law.
This Study was about the Jaw custody of children in Uganda. This study sought to examine the effectiveness of the existing Jaws and institutional framework relating to custody of children and challenges faced by these institutions in Uganda. Through doctrinal research methodology, the study specifically examines the existing laws of custody of children and applicability in civil sector in Uganda. The research focuses on the circumstances which give rise to custody of children and legalities taken into account while resolving the custody, care and control of children as supported by the Jaw. It also discusses the problems experienced in dealing with law of custody of children. It provides possible interventions to streamline cases of custody of children. The proposed research took the form of a new research but on an existing research subject. In order to satisfY the objectives of the dissertation a qualitative research was held. The research findings of the study reveal a number of factors capable of stalling the proper regulation of custody of children in Uganda, in the view of this findings, the study recommends proper implications of existing laws, improvements in monitoring and assessments of custody in Uganda among other things.
A dissertation submitted to the School of Law in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the Award of a Bachelor Degree of Laws at Kampala International University.
Custody of children, Analysis, Law, Uganda