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Renting your property

Renting your property in Cyprus can be a source of additional income, but as a landlord you need to take some simple steps to help ensure that the relationship with your tenant(s) remains good.

Gaining access after paying reservation fee

A potential buyer should never assume that he/she will be allowed to visit and enter a property after paying a reservation fee because that may not be the case and can lead to frustration.

High Court Judgement handed down

The judgement in the jurisdiction case brought by Brits who purchased property in Cyprus against their Cypriot developer and British agent, was handed down in the High Court on Monday.

Property law loophole losing tax revenue millions

Everyone knows that there are massive loopholes in the island’s antediluvian property laws. Shouldn’t these be plugged before the banks start selling off people’s homes as demanded by troika?

Is litigation the answer?

Will a protracted legal battle against the Alpha Bank in Cyprus concerning the alleged mis-selling of Swiss Franc mortgages achieve a positive result or can more be achieved through negotiation?

Legal battle looms over Cyprus homes

More than a thousand Britons threatened with repossession after buying a “dream” property in the sun are preparing to fight one of Greece’s largest banks in the Cypriot courts.

Cyprus Bar Association fails to deliver justice

Although the Bar Association’s Disciplinary Board ordered a Paphos-based lawyer to repay her client €7,500, it appears that the Board is either unable or unwilling to enforce the order.

UK jurisdiction granted in High Court ruling

The jurisdiction hearing at the High Court in London has concluded that Brits who purchased property in Cyprus can have their cases against their developer heard and decided by the UK court.

British consumers seek UK justice

British consumers who bought property in Cyprus are taking action in the High Court in London on Wednesday in an effort for their cases against Cyprus-based organisations to be heard and decided in a UK court.

Do not ignore Cypriot bank writs for loan non-payment

If you receive a writ from a bank in Cyprus for the non-payment of a housing loan / mortgage or a termination notice, the worst thing you can do is bury your head in the sand in the hope that the problem will go away.

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