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Working together to end title deed scam

Britain’s 72 MEPs have been asked to put aside their political allegiances and work together on behalf of British property buyers in Cyprus who have been left without title deeds to their homes.

Conor O’Dwyer and his quest for justice

The media in Cyprus and the UK reported on Conor O’Dwyer’s one-man protest outside the Presidential Palace in Nicosia. Mr O’Dwyer has now returned to the UK and has sent us the following letter.

Interior Minister surrounded by corrupt advisors

Neoclis Sylikiotis, the Cyprus Interior Minister, has come under fire in the local press for the delay in implementing the property reforms and amnesty packages and accuses his advisors of being corrupt and incompetent.

Yet another Immovable Property Tax scam

Just when we thought we had reported all of the Cyprus Immovable Property Tax scams, yet another one rears its ugly head; this time by a well-known Paphos-based developer.

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.

British police probe Cyprus villas scam

British police are investigating an Internet scam in which Britons paid morairaway.com and sister websites for non-existent Cyprus holiday villas after adverts appeared on villa rental sites Holiday-Rentals and Holidaylettings.co.uk

Cyprus government in incestuous relationships

In Cyprus, developers can truly be regarded as a ‘protected species’, one that the Cyprus government is prepared to protect to the last; not least because of the incestuous financial relationships they together enjoy.

Cyprus developer rejects accusations

The Cyprus property developer Aristo has rejected accusations that it is one of the offenders involved in the Immovable Property Tax scam.

Cyprus could suffer as EU monitors deeds fiasco

Despite an assurance by the government that an end to the title deeds shambles is in sight, many desperate home buyers are putting their faith in the EU in an effort to safeguard their properties.

In Cyprus size does matter!

An inspection of the holiday home by a professional, independent surveyor confirmed that its covered area was more than 15% smaller than its advertised size – this means it had been oversold and overvalued by a figure in excess of €30,000.

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