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  • Open letter to Socratis Hasikos

    Open letter to Socratis Hasikos

    I have written an open letter to Interior Minister Socratis Hasikos following his announcement that the government intends to bring in legislation to address the problem of home buyers trapped without Title Deeds.

  • Hidden mortgage breakthrough

    Hidden mortgage breakthrough

    Interior Minister Socratis Hasikos has announced that the government intends to introduce legislation to resolve the ‘hidden mortgage’ problem that leaves thousands of buyers unable to get Title Deeds.

  • Foreclosures legislation effective from Friday

    Foreclosures legislation effective from Friday

    The Cyprus parliament has passed the regulations controlling property foreclosures; the law will come into effect tomorrow, smoothing the path for the resumption of bailout loan payments.

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  • Draft loan sales bills leaked

    Draft loan sales bills leaked

    Details of the draft legislation designed to facilitate the sale of bank loans (one of the pre-conditions for Cyprus to receive the next tranche of the bailout loan) has been leaked to the media...
  • Troika approves bailout programme

    Troika approves bailout programme

    The latest review of Cyprus' bailout programme has been successfully concluded, the EC, ECB and the IMF said in a press release yesterday, paving the way for Cyprus to take part in the ECB's quantitative easing programme. ..
  • Insolvency helpline

    Insolvency helpline

    Members of the public requiring information about the new insolvency laws may ask a question and leave their number by calling 22 460033; a telephone helpline set up by EVROKO, the European Party...
  • MPs focus on foreclosure regulations

    MPs focus on foreclosure regulations

    Cypriot MPs are continuing their discussions on the rules regulating the auctioning of properties that will enable the new repossession laws, which were passed in April, to come into force. ..

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