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AIPP gets tough on North Cyprus agents

The Association of International Property Professionals (AIPP) has warned its members that they could be ejected if they continue to sell property in the areas of Cyprus under Turkish military occupation.

Orams decision could open Pandora’s Box

The Court of Appeal decision requiring the Orams to demolish their house in occupied northern Cyprus could open Pandora’s Box enabling Turkish Cypriots to demand compensation for the loss of use of their properties and restitution.

Reactions to the Orams ruling

In the past few days the Cyprus press has reported comments and reactions to the Court of Appeal’s ruling on the Orams case, which has far-reaching implications for those living in the divided island.

Orams must demolish house in occupied north Cyprus

David and Linda Orams will have to demolish their house in occupied northern Cyprus after the Court of Appeal ruled orders from a Nicosia court must be enforced.

Orams ruling eagerly anticipated

In the on-going case against the Orams, who acquired a house built on land usurped from its Greek Cypriot owner in the Turkish occupied northern area of Cyprus, the ruling of the Court of Appeal of England and Wales is eagerly anticipated.

Orams case back in UK court today

Following the European Court of Justice ruling that a judgement ordering the Orams to demolish their house must be recognized by EU countries, Melitis Apostolides begins his appeal against an earlier British High Court ruling today.

FCO raises warning level

Buying a Greek Cypriot owned property in the Turkish occupied areas without the owner’s consent is a criminal offence, carrying a maximum prison sentence of 7 years and any attempt to undertake such a transaction could result in a prison sentence of up to 5 years.

EU court rules: Orams must demolish Cyprus house

The European Court of Justice has ruled that a judgement from the Republic of Cyprus ordering Linda and David Orams to demolish their house must be recognized by EU countries even if it concerns land in the occupied areas of the island.

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