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by JaneDoe
11 Apr 2014 14:35
Forum: Louise Zambartas' Legal Questions
Topic: Laywers Clients A/c.-Interest
Replies: 6
Views: 6975

Re: Laywers Clients A/c.-Interest

You are entitled to the interest even it is indeed pitiful. Actually, I do not think that the reason for the delay is the enrichment of the lawyer from the interest that the deposited money is bearing. The lawyer who keeps the money in trust, also does not have a duty to find the highest possible i...
by JaneDoe
11 Apr 2014 07:05
Forum: Louise Zambartas' Legal Questions
Topic: Laywers Clients A/c.-Interest
Replies: 6
Views: 6975

Re: Laywers Clients A/c.-Interest

You are entitled to the interest even it is indeed pitiful. Actually, I do not think that the reason for the delay is the enrichment of the lawyer from the interest that the deposited money is bearing. The lawyer who keeps the money in trust, also does not have a duty to find the highest possible in...
by JaneDoe
29 Jan 2014 14:53
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: LAND REGISTRY SURVEY
Replies: 7
Views: 5483

Re: LAND REGISTRY SURVEY

You can also come to our office to help you :-)
I will pm you the details.
by JaneDoe
22 Oct 2013 20:00
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: stamp for an individual, on rental agreement
Replies: 17
Views: 14779

Re: stamp for an individual, on rental agreement

(I think that it is better to remove some personal / private details of the persons involved; the forum is accessible to anyone and this may take the form of publicity)
by JaneDoe
19 Oct 2013 22:42
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: stamp for an individual, on rental agreement
Replies: 17
Views: 14779

Re: Rental agreement cancellation

Thanks JaneDoe Do you think it wise for someone who is looking to rent a property to have a lawyer draw up or at least check the agreement - or would the cost be prohibitive? It may help to avoid these situations arising. Regards, Nigel, the costs depend on the lawyer, but the most of the times the...
by JaneDoe
19 Oct 2013 07:06
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: stamp for an individual, on rental agreement
Replies: 17
Views: 14779

Re: Rental agreement cancellation

I think that it is not so easy to request your deposit on the base of fraudulent misrepresentations in this kind of cases; normally we have to be very careful of the agreements we enter into. However, you could try to instruct a lawyer to send a letter; it might work on the psychological base and ge...
by JaneDoe
16 Oct 2013 21:31
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: stamp for an individual, on rental agreement
Replies: 17
Views: 14779

Re: Rental agreement cancellation

Is there a written agreement? If so, what are its provisions about the termination of the agreement / deposit?
by JaneDoe
19 Aug 2013 22:16
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Non Communal Payers living in the UK
Replies: 9
Views: 8704

Re: Non Communal Payers living in the UK

On the subject of Non paid communal fees, taxes etc I have recently posted explaining that I've in the last 2 weeks bought a property blind as it where in a UK auction. It is also carrying a substantial amount of debt such as the items you have been discussing. Does anyone know if i am obliged to p...
by JaneDoe
18 Aug 2013 20:48
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Non Communal Payers living in the UK
Replies: 9
Views: 8704

Re: Non Communal Payers living in the UK

Notwithstanding their domicile in UK, they shall be sued in Cyprus as the communal fees concern the administration of immovable property situated in Cyprus (Regulation EC 44/01 - Brussels I). The committee is able to sue only if it is registered to the Land Registry Office. Before lodging a writ of ...
by JaneDoe
12 Jun 2012 20:17
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Assignment agreement
Replies: 3
Views: 4104

Re: Assignment agreement

Yes, the debtor is failing to do repay the loan. Actually I was thinking that while the assignment agreements are old (before the issuance of the new law) and they are not deposited to the land registry office they are only agreements “in personam”; therefore the bank does not have any rights (in re...
by JaneDoe
09 Jun 2012 11:26
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Assignment agreement
Replies: 3
Views: 4104

Assignment agreement

Hey all, If a debtor had signed an “assignment agreement” of his contract of sale in order to secure the housing loan (being purchaser of immovable property without title of deeds), can the bank take the ownership of the house through the civil action or sell it to a third person? How can the bank e...
by JaneDoe
07 May 2012 19:41
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Financial Ombudsman
Replies: 2
Views: 3917

Re: Financial Ombudsman

Depending on the nature of claim, you could also consider European Consumer Centre of Cyprus or The debtors association (which was established in Cyprus last year)
http://www.ecccyprus.org/en/
http://www.syprodat.com/ (in greek) (email: debtorsassociation@gmail.com / tel: 25746565)
by JaneDoe
12 Apr 2012 21:07
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Complaints toThe Disciplinary Board of Advocates
Replies: 107
Views: 73398

Re: Complaints toThe Disciplinary Board of Advocates

@Scots Lad, I agree with you 100%. After Emily Lemoniati has gone on record to state "I will chase him until the day he dies... no matter what. I’m going to make his life a nightmare” about a former client, the CBA (which governs her as a Lawyer) needs to take apppropriate action, which I hope they...
by JaneDoe
01 Mar 2012 07:36
Forum: Contract Cancellation Fees
Topic: Lawyer and Developers Fees
Replies: 8
Views: 24042

Re: Lawyer and Developers Fees

What this article does not inform you is that you remain tight up to the property up and until separate title deeds are issued and you will be liable and responsible to pay lands registry fees at a future time when the separate title deeds are issued. Cmcmac, you many need to confirm this. Surely t...
by JaneDoe
07 Feb 2012 21:49
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Directions to Land Registry office
Replies: 2
Views: 3474

Re: Directions to Land Registry office

Ok, this appears to be easy. Take the road from Peyia to Paphos. As soon as you find the traffic lights of Kato Paphos you have to turn left. Go straight on until the end of the road and until you find the last traffic lights. Then, turn right, go straight on for 20 meters, pass the old police stati...