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Mortgage question raised in House

Questions about allegations of mis-selling and corruption relating to mortgages granted to UK citizens for the purchase of property in Cyprus have recently been raised in the UK parliament.

MEP questions clearance of Title Deed backlog (updated)

Update 24 April. MEP Robert Sturdy has raised a question in the European Parliament requesting the Commission for an update on the current state of affairs concerning the clearance of Cyprus’ Title Deed backlog.

No Title Deeds unless you pay developer’s debts (update)

UPDATE 7/2/2013 – MEP Sir Graham Watson has asked the Commission if it is aware that Cypriot banks are telling property buyers they will not receive title deeds unless they contribute thousands of Euros to their developer’s outstanding debts.

MEP questions compliance with MoU (update)

UPDATE 10/12/2013 – MEP Daniel Hannan has raised a question in the European Parliament asking the Commission what action it is taking to ensure that Cyprus complies with the requirements of the MoU as agreed with the troika.

MEP questions permits for real estate investments

Timothy Kirkhope, MEP for Yorkshire and the Humber, has raised a question in the European Parliament concerning the issue of residence permits to third country nationals investing in real estate.

EU still progressing Cyprus property issues

Replying to recent questions raised in the European Parliament by MEPs Daniel Hannan and David Martin, Commission Vice-president Viviane Reding has provided an update on progress.

HMRC removes all Cyprus QROPS

Questions are being asked as to why Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs has removed all the Cyprus-based Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Schemes from its list of registered schemes.

EU seeks answers from Cyprus on Title Deeds

Cyprus has until early January to reply to a memo from the EU following a petition by the Cyprus Property Action Group and 41 MEPs calling for confirmation that withholding Title Deeds breaches EU fair practice laws.

The Cyprus Property Titanic

The Island’s Interior Minister, Neoclis Sylikiotis, has a number of questions to answer in light of applications made by the Alpha Bank to auction eight plots of land that it mortgaged to bankrupt property developer Yiannis Liasides.

Town planning amnesty presentation at Paphos UKCA

The Scientific and Technical Chamber of Cyprus (ETEK) will be giving a presentation on the provisions of the Town Planning Amnesty laws at the Paphos UKCA on Saturday, 27th of August starting at 10:00 am. All are welcome to attend.

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