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Perdikis to raise property law deficiencies in House

Cyprus MP George Perdikis is to question the House of Representatives over deficiencies in a law introduced last year that are preventing residents of leasehold properties Harbour Shore Estates at Coral Bay from getting their Title Deeds.

Title Deeds hopes dashed by latest property legislation

Residents of the Harbour Shore Estates at Coral Bay, some of whom have been waiting for their Title Deeds for more than 30 years, have found that the new Specific Performance Law introduced last year may have ruined their chances.

What will it take to stop the rot in the property market?

This year has been a disaster for the Cyprus property market with the number of sales falling below those of 2009, the year the market crashed, and prices that are in a downward spiral with no sign of a recovery.

Legislation changes will not end Title Deed nightmare

The tardy, dishonest and purposefully complex manner in which Cyprus chooses to sell property will rebound explosively on those involved in the supply chain; the town planning amnesty will bring no peace.

New specific performance law increases safeguards

Designed to provide added protection for those buying property on the Island, a new Specific Performance law will come into force in Cyprus shortly that will replace the existing ‘Sale of Land (Specific Performance) Law’.

Government planning amnesty bulletin: part 4

We look at the Immovable Property (Tenure, Registration and Valuation) law in our fourth and final article on the Interior Ministry’s bulletin about the recently approved bills designed to alleviate problems in issuing Title Deeds as a result of planning infringements.

Government planning amnesty bulletin: part 3

We look at the streets and buildings regulation law in our third article in a series of four on the Interior Ministry’s bulletin about the recently approved bills designed to alleviate problems in issuing Title Deeds resulting from planning infringements.

Government planning amnesty bulletin: part 2

We look at the town and country planning law in the second article in a series of four on the Interior Ministry’s bulletin about the recently approved bills designed to alleviate problems in issuing Title Deeds resulting from planning infringements.

Government planning amnesty bulletin: part 1

The Interior Ministry has published a bulletin explaining the provisions of the recently approved bills designed to alleviate problems in issuing Title Deeds resulting from planning infringements.

Summary of Cyprus planning amnesty laws revealed

The draughtsman of the original amendments to the Cyprus Immovable Property (Tenure, Registration and Valuation) Law provides a summary of the new laws that were approved by parliament last month.

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