71 The nim rciANhA Published Uganda Gazette by Authority Vol. XCV No. 10 21st February, 2002 Price: Shs. 1000 CONTENTS Page 2. All transit vehicles entering Uganda through Busia or Malaba proceeding to North Western to the Democratic The Uganda Revenue Authority—Notice.............. 71 Republic of Congo or Sudan through Jinja, Kampala or The Advocates Act—Notices................................... 72 through Tororo and Mbale and vice versa shall take the following direct routes:- The Companies Act—Notices.................................. 72 The Trade Marks Act-Registration of applications ... 72-78 (a) Kampala - Karuma - Pakwach - Arua - Koboko/Oraba Advertisements .............................................. 78 or Lira. (b) Tororo - Mbale - Soroti - Lira - Karuma - Pakwach - Goli or Paidha/Padea or Zeu or Vurra. General Notice No. 47 of 2002. 3. All transit vehicles entering Uganda through Busia or Malaba proceeding to the North to Sudan, through Tororo - THE UGANDA REVENUE AUTHORITY. Mbale - Soroti - Lira or Jinja to Kampala and vice versa shall take the following direct routes: APPOINTMENT OF TRANSIT ROUTES. (a) Kitgum - Lokung or Madi Opei via Karuma and Gulu. NOTICE. 1. Notice is given under section 9 of the Customs (b) Karuma - Atiak or Moyo via Gulu. Management Act (Rev. 1970) the Commissioner-General of (c) Kitgum - Lokung or Madi Opei via Lira Uganda Revenue Authority hereby appoints roads and routes over which goods in transit shall be conveyed as 4. All transit vehicles entering Uganda through Lwakhakha specified in the First Schedule to this Notice. or Swam River shall pass via Mbale to Kampala or through the North bound routes to Karuma via Soroti and Lira. 2. This Notice shall be called the Customs (Transit Routes) 5. All transit goods entering Uganda through Malaba by rail Notice, 2002. bound to Kasese or Pakwach may be transhipped at a 3. Gocxls in transit shall be imported of exported through a declared station and conveyed through a Customs Transit Route approved in writing by the proper officer. customs Port or area appointed under the customs law and conveyed over gazetted roads or routes declared by the owner 6. All vessels from Kenya or Tanzania destined to Uganda or authorised agent and approved by the proper officer. on Lake Victoria shall call at Jinja Pier or Port Bell in Kampala and proceed through appointed road or route. 4. AH vehicles in transit through Uganda on appointed roads SECOND SCHEDULE or routes shall report at gazetted transit parking yards or TRANSIT PARKING YARDS istoms areas listed in the Second Schedule to this Notice 1. (a) Malaba Parking Yard. '^for purposes of customs control and verification. (b) Trans Link Transit Parking Yard (c) Busia Millers Limited Transit Parking Yard and ICD. 5. The owner or agent of a vehicle who does not comply (d) Multiple ICD/Transit Parking Yard. with conditions specified in this Notice commits an offence (e) Nakawa Inland Port Transit Parking Yard. under the customs Management Act. (f) Masaka Municipal Council Transit Parking Yard. (g) Ntungamo Transit Parking Yard (Hodsons Clearing FIRST SCHEDULE and Forwarding) APPOINTED TRANSIT ROUTES. (h) Ishaka Transit Parking Yard. (i) Luwero Town Council Transit Parking Yard. 1. All transit vehicles entering Uganda through Busia or Malaba proceeding to the West or South Western to the TRANSIT VEHICLES REPORTING POINTS Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda or Burundi 2. Vehicles bound to Sudan through the North routes shall through Jinja - Kampala - Masaka and Mbarara or through report at: Mutukula via Mbarara shall take the following direct routes: (a) Soroti URA Office if passing through Lira direct to (a) Mbarara - Fort Portal - Ntoroko or Busunga or Kasese Madi Opci or Lokung via Kitgum. (b) Mbarara - Mpondwe (b) Gulu URA Office in all other cases. Issued at Kampala this 15th day of February, 2002. (c) Mbarara - Ishasha River ANNEBRIT ASLUND , (d) Mbarara - Kikagati or Mcrama Hills or Kamwezi or Kabale Commissioner-General, Uganda Revenue Authority. (e) Mbarara - Kabale - Cyanika or Bunagana through Kisoro.