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MEP questions Cyprus on planning and building regulations

Once again, Cyprus has come to the attention of the European Union Parliament with Ashley Fox, MEP for the South West of England and Gibraltar, raising a number of questions concerning the Island’s planning and building regulations.

MRI Overseas Property subject of MEP question

MRI Overseas Property, who have been active in Cyprus and the subject of many complaints received by this magazine, has been ‘outed’ in the European Parliament by Roger Helmer MEP.

Castles Built on Sand

Dr Alan Waring considers the growing problems with the Cyprus property market and wonders where it is heading and if there are ways to prevent the industry from destroying itself.

Aristo Developers subject of MEP question

Aristo Developers, a Cyprus property development company, was the subject of a question raised in the European Parliament by Syed Kamall MEP for London who is seeking advice for one of his constituents.

MEP calls for Cyprus fact-finding mission

MEP Daniel Hannan has called on the EC to send a fact-finding mission to Cyprus to investigate the Title Deed problems in a further written question to the European Commission.

EU questions Cyprus on developer mortgages

Daniel Hannan, MEP for South East England, has raised a question in the European Union Parliament to uncover the facts behind the Cyprus developers mortgages scandal, the number of properties involved and the total mortgage debt of the developers.

Is Cyprus in danger of misleading the EU?

In its answers to questions posed to it by the European Union, the Cyprus Government could be in danger of misleading the EU into believing that the Cypriot authorities have taken substantial and effective measures to resolve the Title Deed problems.

Cyprus could suffer as EU monitors deeds fiasco

Despite an assurance by the government that an end to the title deeds shambles is in sight, many desperate home buyers are putting their faith in the EU in an effort to safeguard their properties.

EU petition launched on Title Deeds

The Cyprus Property Action Group (CPAG) has launched an online petition to the European Parliament on articles 17 and 38 in EU law, which it says are being violated by the ‘unregulated’ property sector in Cyprus.

Will Cyprus face the wrath of the EU Parliament?

The Cyprus government could face the wrath of the European Parliament if it fails to protect the rights of those who have bought property on the island.

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