The Motivations Behind the Uganda Insolvency Act 2011

Journal of Business Law, 8 (2014), pp.651-666

16 Pages Posted: 17 Aug 2015

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Chrispas Nyombi

Canterbury Christ Church University

Alexander Kibandama

Independent

David Justin Bakibinga

Makerere University

Date Written: May 11, 2014

Abstract

The Insolvency Act 2011 has altered insolvency law in Uganda to varying degrees. These reforms have brought insolvency law into close contact with a number of legal areas such as company law and with a range of national stakeholders, in the process making the study of insolvency law a very interesting endeavour. This article provides a comprehensive analysis of the motivations behind corporate insolvency law reform in Uganda.

Keywords: Insolvency Act 2011, Uganda, Company Law, Reform

Suggested Citation

Nyombi, Chrispas and Kibandama, Alexander and Bakibinga, David Justin, The Motivations Behind the Uganda Insolvency Act 2011 (May 11, 2014). Journal of Business Law, 8 (2014), pp.651-666, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2644966

Chrispas Nyombi (Contact Author)

Canterbury Christ Church University ( email )

United Kingdom

Alexander Kibandama

Independent ( email )

David Justin Bakibinga

Makerere University ( email )

P.O Box 7062
P.O BOX 7062
Kampala, CENTRAL 256
Uganda

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