In Uganda, land is described by the National Land Policy 2013 as the most basic resource in terms of the space it provides, the environmental resources it contains and supports, and the capital it represents and generates. In more recent times it has become a commercial asset that can be used and traded. It is a critical factor of production and an essential part of the national patrimony. It is also a key factor in shaping individual and collective identity through its history, the cultural expressions and idioms with which it is associated. For Ugandans land is perhaps, the most essential pillar of critical factor of production and an essential pillar of human existence and national development.