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Town Planning Amnesty further extension agreed

A majority of Cypriot MPs have voted in favour of further extending period during which ‘Statements of Intent’ may be submitted under the provisions of the Town Planning Amnesty until the 30th April 2013.

Little interest in Town Planning Amnesty

Speaking at the House Interior Committee, the Interior Minister said that the public was showing little interest in the Town Planning Amnesty and that the numbers of applications submitted were unsatisfactory.

Town Planning Amnesty: further extension announced

A further six-month extension to the Town Planning Amnesty, which was introduced a year ago, has been announced by the Interior Ministry. The amending laws were published in the Cyprus Gazette on April 6.

When will the government protect property buyers?

A British buyer asks the Cyprus government when is it going to enforce existing legislation designed to protect the rights of those buying property and take action to pursue the guilty parties?

Interior minister calls for amnesty submissions

Interior Minister Neoclis Sylikiotis has called on those whose properties suffer from planning irregularities to submit Letters of Intent under the provisions of the Town Planning Amnesty before 7th April.

Bill to give more powers to Land Registry Directors

Land Registry Directors may soon be given powers to ease the issue of Title Deeds to individual owners of co-owned property in cases where one or more of the co-owners refuses to cooperate.

Town Planning Amnesty: six month extension agreed

At the plenary parliamentary session last Thursday, Cypriot MPs voted in favour of a six-month extension to the period during which ‘Statements of Intent’ may be submitted under the provisions of the Town Planning Amnesty.

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.

Town Planning Amnesty – plan to extend and simplify

The House Interior Committee has unanimously proposed that parliament grants a six-month extension to the period during which ‘Statements of Intent’ may be submitted under the provisions of the Cyprus Town Planning Amnesty.

Town Planning Amnesty deadline approaching

October 7th is last date on which ‘Statements of Intent’ may be submitted under the provisions of the Town Planning Amnesty. After this date, applicants have three years to apply to the relevant Town Planning or Building Authority for a Certificate of Final Approval.

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