The increase in the number of domestic violence cases has partly been attributed to the strangle over property ownership. Considering that most marriages in Uganda are customary, this article is intended to provide an insight on marital property ownership in customary marriages.
The Paris Convention for Protection of Industrial Property, 1883 is the International Legal Instrument that provides provisions applicable to recognition and enforcement of Trademarks registered in country of Origin. Uganda is a contracting party to the Paris Convention for Protection of Industrial Property, 1883, and its domestic legislation recognises the provisions of the convention above. Uganda’s domestic legislation on recognition and enforcement of trademarks from country of origin is in pari materia with the provisions of the convention above.