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Property rights campaigner to appear in court

Cyprus property rights campaigner Denis O’Hare has been summonsed to appear in the Paphos District Court following a writ moved against him by Armonia Estates Ltd, part of the Leptos Group, which earlier precipitated the closure of the Cyprus Property Action Group website.

More delays in O’Dwyer case

It has now more than a year since Court proceedings got underway into the alleged assault of Conor O’Dwyer by a property developer, his son and another man.

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.

Cyprus estate agent declared bankrupt

The case against Andrew Nolan, formerly of Cyprus estate agents Peter Stephenson Properties, was heard by a judge at a court in Birmingham last Thursday where he was officially declared bankrupt.

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.

Property buyers at risk as second developer collapses

More people face loosing their homes in Cyprus as a second property developer is liquidated. Buyers of A&G built properties without Title Deeds have been left at the mercy of the banks.

O’Dwyer assault case drags on into sixth month

Cyprus Interior Minister Neoclis Sylikiotis suggests that property buyers should take developers to court if they believe they are acting illegally. As the case involving the alleged assault on Conor O’Dwyer clearly demonstrates, the Cyprus justice system is unfit for purpose!

Cyprus in court over title deed delays

The landmark case could not have come at a worse time for Cyprus that has celebrated the legal victory against a British couple who have developed land in the Turkish-occupied north owned by a Greek Cypriot refugee and who are being forced to give up their assets in the U.K. as compensation.

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