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Developers seek to self-finance projects

Property developers are looking to self-finance construction projects due foreign investors fearing possible difficulties obtaining Title Deeds if developments are mortgaged and banks imposing stricter criteria for granting loans.

Planning issues the victim has to pay

The amendments to the Trapped Buyers law approved by parliament will hopefully help many more property buyers get their Title Deeds, but planning issues require urgent attention.

Trapped buyers bill changes approved

The revised ‘trapped buyers’ bill designed to overcome the problems of the current law has been approved unanimously by MPs, but legal services have doubts that constitutional difficulties could not be resolved.

New trapped buyers bill vote tomorrow

A revised ‘trapped buyers’ bill designed to overcome the problems of the current law, which was introduced in 2015, and enable thousands of trapped buyers to get Title Deeds will be put to a vote tomorrow.

MPs in new bid to help trapped buyers

A revised draft bill to help trapped buyers to finally get the Title Deed for the property they purchased will go before the House Legal Affairs Committee next week so that the bill can go the plenary on 12 July

Trapped buyers bill almost completed

A debate on an amended trapped buyers bill designed to overcome the shortfalls in the existing law is set to begin on Wednesday 12 June with the expectation that legislation will be enacted before the summer recess.

Solution for trapped buyers edging closer?

Amendments to the law designed to resolve the Title Deed mess by enabling trapped buyers who were duped into buying homes on land their developer had earlier mortgaged to the bank to obtain their Title Deeds are edging closer to a vote my MPs.

Renewed call to reform Title Deeds system

The EC and the ECB have renewed their call on Cyprus to “swiftly address the long-overdue reform of the title deeds issuance and transfer system” at the completion of their 6th PPS mission.

Money to help Land Registry clear backlog

€3.6 million has been requested by the Interior Ministry to help clear the backlog of cases at the Land Registries involving Title Deeds, boundary disputes, etc. and to pay associated expenses.

Cyprus’ vulnerabilities remain significant

The European Commission notes that despite the recent improvement, Cyprus’ vulnerabilities, which are mostly due to long-lasting stock-imbalances, continue to be significant.

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