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Cyprus question raised in Lords

Seeking to end speculation surrounding the Cyprus Government’s promise to resolve the Title Deed problems encountered by thousands of British citizens who have bought property on the island, Lord Jones of Cheltenham has tabled a further written question in the UK House of Lords seeking a progress report on the matter.

Cyprus title misdeeds

Property developers in Cyprus are strong-arming the government to do their bidding by holding up the spectre of economic collapse.

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.

UK Govt taking keen interest in Cyprus property issues

Britain is taking a very close interest in the progress being made by the Cyprus government to resolve the “Title Deeds-cum-fraud mess”.

Further property questions asked in UK House of Lords

THE BRITISH House of Lords is seeking further clarification from the UK Government on how it intends to ensure that the Cyprus Government resolves the long-standing Title Deed issues that are affecting thousands of British citizens who have bought property on the island. In answers to earlier written questions tabled by Lord Jones of Cheltenham, […]

British property buyers come one step closer

Over recent months thousands of buyers caught in the Title Deed trap have been signing petitions, and writing to their MPs and MEPs in efforts to get the British Government and the EU to intercede with the Cyprus government on their behalf.

Property problems: Questions raised in the House of Lords

NEWS of the many problems being experienced by British citizens who have bought property in Cyprus has reached the ears of the UK Government. Yesterday, Lord Jones of Cheltenham tabled two questions in the House of Lords. Replies to both questions are due by 27th November: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what advice they are […]

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