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Moving to Cyprus - perhaps?

Old Jun 12th 2009, 2:36 pm
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Originally Posted by telsy View Post
Turkish Title Deed property in the North is absolutely safe. The north is far more scenic, less populated, people are extremely friendly and it is much, much cheaper. More than that, it is very uncommercialised compared to the south.
The only legal title deeds in the North are those issued by Nicosia before the 1974 split.
Any deeds issued by Turkey after that time are not legally recognised anywhere else and anyone buying land or properties with TURKISH title deeds could lose everything.
THIS IS FACT.
Anyone who buys in the North should safeguard themselves by applying to the Land registry in Nicosia find out who owned the land or property prior to 1974.

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Old Jun 12th 2009, 6:20 pm
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Are there any residency regulations pertaining to expats who want to live in N Cyprus for longer than 3 months at a time in any one year?
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Old Jun 18th 2009, 5:05 pm
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Hi Lilian
Sorry havent got back to you for a while. my e-mail address is [email protected] if you would like to keep in touch. I can give you more details of the villa if you would like or give you some more info generally.
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Old Jun 19th 2009, 1:11 pm
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Originally Posted by telsy View Post
Hi Lilian
Sorry havent got back to you for a while. my e-mail address is [email protected] if you would like to keep in touch. I can give you more details of the villa if you would like or give you some more info generally.
Kind regards
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Hi, firstly welcome to BE.

Just a note but we don't allow forum posts to be used to conduct business. If you have a rental you are quite welcome to post the details in your forum signature but please don't post with the intent of doing business.

Many thanks

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Old Jun 19th 2009, 1:36 pm
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Originally Posted by Sue View Post
Hi, firstly welcome to BE.

Just a note but we don't allow forum posts to be used to conduct business. If you have a rental you are quite welcome to post the details in your forum signature but please don't post with the intent of doing business.

Many thanks

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Complaint accepted, but general help and information given was very useful. Lilian
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Old Jul 8th 2009, 5:12 pm
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well done Telsy. Of course Turkish Title is fine and the North Offers so much more than the South. It is understandable with so much confusion, but a little knowledge is dangerous. There have been 2 TV programmes recently and both actually " plugged" North Cyprus with Turkish Deeds. Anyway, try it out anyone and see the difference.
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Old Jul 16th 2009, 3:18 am
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Dear friends.
Because of the oram's case i have to say that veronica is absolutely right.
I' m gonna post two links that describe the whole story.
http://www.wellestates.com/orams_ecj.htm
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apostolides_v_Orams
Pls read them because i think they give an extensively massive amount of information about that case.
If anyone wants more information google it(Oram's case)
I just want to say that GreekCypriots are awaiting the rule of the European court to be adopted by the English court and then the Oram's villa is gonna be demolished.And that would be only the beginning.
I don't want to say more , i just want to update everyone in this site because this case is extremely important
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