The bill expressly authorizes the lessor to collect a deposit, which is also called a guarantee of costs, provided that it does not exceed one month`s rent. This is protection for landlords who, at the end of the lease, had to bear additional costs for repairs that would otherwise have been completed by the tenants. I really think that 6 months is great for a tenant, because it leads to a massive destruction of property, at least 3 months would have made a better room, then for Schilling, I think it will be better for tenants, given the unstable state of the shilling related to the dollar A lease can be in all forms – orally, in writing, electronically or implicitly, of the conduct of the parties, unless the value of the rental agreement is equal to or greater than 140 USD, it is unenforceable, unless it is written or in the form of a data message or the party against whom performance is sought admits the existence of the rental agreement. Ajedra argued that the law should not limit only schilling transactions, because some tenants as foreign embassies pay landlords in foreign currency, a proposal that was rejected directly. This decision prohibits landlords who have not executed written leases from using extrajudicial means to recover rent arrears or empty property without a court order. In all proceedings before a chamber concerning a building or apartment, the owner or his representative and the lessee, or any person who has entered into a contract for the lease of the building or premises, or his representative, shall be entitled to the hearing of the Board of Directors, and all such parties shall have the right to appeal in accordance with Section 4 and to be heard before the High Court; However, no one may be represented before the High Court, with the exception of a lawyer authorised to practise before the Court of Justice. Some of the provisions that have been removed from the bill include the repeal of the Bailiffs Act 1976. Betty Amongi, the rural minister, said the Uganda Law Reform Commission advised the government against abolishing the law because it had been used by landlords to recover rent from defaulting tenants. A board of directors may, at the request of a lessee of an immovable or premises, lower the standard rent of the property if the lessee convinces the board of directors that the lessor has not carried out the repairs and maintenance of the property to which he or she is bound either by agreement or by habit; The lessor may, however, request the board of directors that the full standard rent be restored once he or she has carried out the necessary maintenance or repair work.. . .