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European Commission replies to property complaints

The Civil Justice Directorate of the European Commission has replied to numerous letters of complaint it has received concerning Cyprus property developers and unfair commercial practices.

Cyprus property support group marks its first year

If you have a problem related to property ownership in Cyprus, PICAS offers access to reliable, qualified information and help you find a solution in a friendly, safe and confidential environment.

Drug dealing Briton jailed over property fraud

A Cypriot court has sentenced convicted drug dealer and former Teesside rave club owner Gary Robb to ten-months in jail in connection with a case involving the appropriation of Greek Cypriot property, in the northern Turkish occupied areas.

Ball starts rolling on Title Deeds

Following the recently announced passage through parliament of the ‘town planning amnesty bills’, the Cypriot authorities expect to complete an evaluation of properties affected by the end of this month.

MEP designates Cyprus a “No Buy Zone”

A Scottish MEP is warning people not to buy property on the Mediterranean island where many of his constituents are being badly stung after not receiving Title Deeds for the properties they have bought.

Commission tells Cyprus to lift property restrictions

The European Commission has acted to ensure that EU nationals have unrestricted access to buy a second home in Cyprus.

Cyprus’ most expensive residence is up for sale

Due to be completed later this year the Santa Barbara Residence, a unique seven bedroom beach front residence in the Amathus area of Limassol, is up for sale.

Property management company ceases trading

A Spanish-based property management company with offices in Cyprus has announced that it has ceased trading due to attacks on its business.

City law firm to protect Cyprus buyers rights

London law firm Healys LLP has announced it will be working with a leading law firm in Cyprus to advise on claims of mis-selling in the Cyprus property market.

MEP Alyn Smith asks Cyprus president to help

In a letter to the President of Cyprus, Demetris Christofias, MEP for Scotland Alyn Smith asks if an impartial ombudsman or foreign investor advice service could be established to deal with the many property issues.

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