In this work, the tracking control of a class of uncertain linear dynamical systems is investigated. The uncertainty is considered to be represented as fuzzy numbers, and hence, these uncertain dynamical systems are referred to as fuzzy linear dynamical systems, which are presented in the form of fuzzy differential equations (FDEs). The solution of an FDE is found using an approach called relative-distance-measure fuzzy interval arithmetic and under the granular differentiability concept. The control objective is to provide a control law such that the output of the system tracks a desired reference input in the presence of uncertainties. To this end, a theorem is proposed, which suggests that the control law should take the form of a feedback of fuzzy states with fuzzy gains and a fuzzy pre-compensator. However, since the fuzzy states of the system may not always be measurable, a fuzzy observer is designed for the estimation of such fuzzy states. It is also clearly shown that the generalized Hukuhara differentiability concept is unable for solving the problem examined in this study. Finally, the efficiency of the approach is examined for a plane landing control problem.