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  • Broken promises over Pissouri land slippage

    Broken promises over Pissouri land slippage

    In an open letter to the Cyprus Minister of the Interior Socratis Hasikos a Pissouri resident asks why the Minister has failed to keep the promises he made to clean up the land slippage mess.

  • Lawyers' price-fixing challenged in EC

    Lawyers’ price-fixing challenged in EC

    A formal complaint concerning price-fixing of lawyers’ fees in Cyprus has been submitted to the European Commission on behalf of George Lambis – a Greek Cypriot and the Financial Director of a national charity in the UK.

  • Applying for Title Deeds (update 17 May)

    Applying for Title Deeds (update 17 May)

    Following the many emails I’ve received this article explains how buyers may apply for the Title Deeds to the property they purchased under the provisions of the ‘hidden mortgage’/’trapped buyers’ law.

  • More Recent Reports

  • Banks highly exposed to construction sector

    Banks highly exposed to construction sector

    The Cyprus Central Bank reports that banks are highly exposed to the construction sector in its "Household and Non-Financial Corporations Indebtedness Report" published earlier this week...
  • MEP questions Title Deed costs

    MEP questions Title Deed costs

    Daniel Dalton, MEP for the West Midlands, raised a question in the European Commission relating to the costs of obtaining Title Deeds in cases where developers have failed to complete projects...
  • Aristo settles Bank of Cyprus debt

    Aristo settles Bank of Cyprus debt

    Aristo Developers has reached an agreement with the Bank of Cyprus to repay its debts, leaving the company with approximately €443 million of assets and around €110 million of outstanding loans...

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