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Title Deed problems lecture Paphos

A free lecture on the subject of efforts being made to accelerate the issuance of Title Deeds will be held in Paphos on 4th December; the lecture will be followed by an open discussion.

Title Deed problems lecture

Technopolis 20 Cultural Centre Paphos

A FREE lecture on the problems faced by many in obtaining their Title Deeds will be the focus of a seminar to be held in the studio of the Technopolis 20 Cultural Centre in Paphos on Thursday 4th December, starting at 17:15hrs.

Entitled “The Title Deeds Problem: Efforts for accelerating their issuing and complications because of the economic crisis”, the lecture will last for about 45 minutes and will be followed by an open discussion on the problems faced by attendees in securing their Title Deeds.

The principal speaker will be Andreas Symeou, a former Senior Officer at the Department of Lands and Surveys. Andreas served forty years with the Department and holds a degree in law (LL.B, University of London) and an M.Sc degree in Urban Land Appraisal (University of Reading). He is also a member of RICS (Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors and ETEK (Cyprus Scientific and Technical Chamber).

During the lecture a confidential questionnaire will be distributed to those attending to gather more information about the problems they face getting their Title Deeds. (Alternatively you may download the questionnaire and return it to the address shown.)

The purpose of the questionnaire is to get a clearer picture of the current situation so that concrete proposals can be put to the Authorities to resolve the problems.

Those wishing to attend the lecture and discussion should complete and send the form below. Seats are limited so book yours now to avoid disappointment.

Update 18 November

The lecture is now fully booked, no more reservations are being accepted – but please download the questionnaire and return it to the address shown.

Technopolis 20

Technopolis 20 is situated at 18 Nicolaos Nicolaides Ave (the road leading from the Paphos District Court traffic lights towards the General Hospital). Before, during and after the lecture, those attending may purchase coffee, tea, wine etc. and home-made snacks at their coffee shop.

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