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Cyprus title deed seminar

With so many buyers currently without Title Deeds, the Cyprus Property Action Group (CPAG) has organised a free seminar at the Elysium Hotel in Paphos on the 26th March, starting at 15:00hrs.

Lawyer Mr Tasos Coucounis will be the main speaker and will cover the current courses of legal action which can be undertaken through the courts in order to ensure that buyers can secure full legal ownership to the properties they have already paid for.  This will include the actions, time-frame, likely costs and associated risks.

CPAG will also be inviting the Minister of the Interior, or a deputy, to attend and explain the Title Deed legislation which they have assured the British Government and House of Lords is being developed.

Update 13th March 2008

The seminar is now fully booked, no more reservations are being accepted.

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