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Cyprus Bar Association in the dock

The Cyprus Bar Association’s minimum fees for out-of-court work violate the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union; a formal legal complaint against the Association at the European Commission is planned.

European Court action gathers pace

Those wishing to join the action group announced month that is seeking compensation at the European Court of Justice for the mis-selling of Swiss Franc loans have until the 8th February 2014 to sign up.

Larnaca golf property group to hold London meeting

The Larnaca Golf Property Action Group (LGPAG) will be holding a meeting in North London later this month. Those wishing to attend should complete a booking form on their website.

Is it unreasonable to reject properties without deeds?

Considering the problems experienced by many who have bought a property in Cyprus that has yet to be issued with a Title Deed, is it unreasonable for potential buyers to refuse to buy a property without a Title Deed?

Larnaca golf property action group announcement

The Larnaca golf property action group is putting a group together to work with a specialist legal team to seek compensation from the Tersefanou developers.

Leptos Buyers Action Group Press Release

Established in 2008 in conjunction with the Cyprus Property Action Group, the Leptos Buyers Action Group has issued a press release announcing the launch of its website.

Outraged property buyers call for direct action

We are fed up with empty talk, false promises and being fed lie after lie. We need to be taking direct action against a corrupt system that puts profit above honest people.

Cyprus title deed seminar

A Title Deed seminar is being organised by CPAG where courses of action that buyers may take to secure full legal ownership of their property will be discussed.

Property group gets grant from British High Commission

The British High Commission is very pleased to recognise the splendid efforts of CPAG in supporting many British people and other nationalities, including Cypriots, with their property problems.

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