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by Spondoolies
30 Jul 2014 19:59
Forum: Property Ownership
Topic: IPT refund deadline
Replies: 2
Views: 6810

Re: IPT refund deadline

Thanks Nigel.
Do you have a link to a "how to" guide?
by Spondoolies
30 Jul 2014 18:51
Forum: Property Ownership
Topic: IPT refund deadline
Replies: 2
Views: 6810

IPT refund deadline

Hello, can you confirm whether there is a deadline, after obtaining your title deeds, within which time you can reclaim any IPT (over)paid by the developer on your behalf
thank you
by Spondoolies
26 Jun 2014 16:47
Forum: Communal Property Management
Topic: Changing communal property management company
Replies: 9
Views: 13434

Re: Changing communal property management company

So ... in your interpretation of the law ... does that mean in this example their postal votes counted as proxy votes? And if the 1000e is a constitutional change does that make it legal?
by Spondoolies
08 Oct 2012 20:10
Forum: Communal Property Management
Topic: Buildings Insurance for a complex
Replies: 12
Views: 17567

Re: Buildings Insurance for a complex

Thanks Nigel. My interpretation of that statement would be that the compulsary insurance would be for communal building areas and individual building insurance for each private apartment from the same insurer . That would then leave the individual owners to provide contents insurance for their own a...
by Spondoolies
08 Oct 2012 18:30
Forum: Communal Property Management
Topic: Buildings Insurance for a complex
Replies: 12
Views: 17567

Re: Buildings Insurance for a complex

"The whole of the property does need to be insured - the common/shared parts by the Management Committee - and the privately owned parts by their owners. Both the common/shared parts and the privately owned parts must be insured with the same insurance company. (There have been cases where different...
by Spondoolies
02 Mar 2012 20:13
Forum: Selling Property
Topic: Defaulting on a loan
Replies: 36
Views: 49716

Re: Defaulting on a loan

Sorry about your situation but I would be wary of signing a POA for the reasons oulined in your message as it does not appear to guarantee that you are absolved of any losses going forward, it merely authorises your developer to sell at whatever price he wants (not at a price you want).
by Spondoolies
01 Mar 2012 21:40
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Land Registry methods of payment
Replies: 8
Views: 11722

Re: Land Registry methods of payment

thanks for the responses
by Spondoolies
01 Mar 2012 17:26
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Land Registry methods of payment
Replies: 8
Views: 11722

Re: Land Registry methods of payment

Thanks Nigel, thats interesting. Any idea if there would be a problem in getting a bankers draft for, say, 95% of estimated payment then topping up with cash?
by Spondoolies
01 Mar 2012 14:03
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Land Registry methods of payment
Replies: 8
Views: 11722

Re: Land Registry methods of payment

Hi Andy

Thanks for that, I was told they accepted credit cards. Bankers draft woulkd be best but they are normally made for a specific amount and presumably the Land Registry wont give you the actual figure until you get there?
by Spondoolies
01 Mar 2012 13:40
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Land Registry methods of payment
Replies: 8
Views: 11722

Land Registry methods of payment

Can anyone advise me whether the Larnaca Land Registry apply a surcharge for paying for title deeds transfer by credit card, and if so how much? Alternatively will they accept a cheque drawn on a local Cyprus bank without a bank card? Thanks
by Spondoolies
02 Feb 2012 18:40
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Dreaded IPT
Replies: 10
Views: 13625

Re: Dreaded IPT

Thanks Nigel, that was my understanding.
by Spondoolies
02 Feb 2012 17:09
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Dreaded IPT
Replies: 10
Views: 13625

Re: Dreaded IPT

What is the maximum percentage IPT a developer can be charged by the Revenue? This is in circumstances where the developer has numerous developments so is at the top end of the scale.
by Spondoolies
31 Jan 2012 19:07
Forum: Selling Property
Topic: Joint Ownership
Replies: 4
Views: 10213

Re: Joint Ownership

Thanks again Nigel, very helpful
by Spondoolies
31 Jan 2012 17:04
Forum: Selling Property
Topic: Joint Ownership
Replies: 4
Views: 10213

Re: Joint Ownership

Hi Nigel, thanks for the prompt and detailed information. Regarding Property Transfer Tax if Mr & Mrs B are selling a 50% share do Mr & Mrs A still have to pay PTT on the full market value? Thanks again
by Spondoolies
31 Jan 2012 11:32
Forum: Selling Property
Topic: Joint Ownership
Replies: 4
Views: 10213

Joint Ownership

Hello Nigel Can you provide some advice/information regarding joint ownership please. This is the scenanio. Mr & Mrs A jointly own a property with Mr & Mrs B, for which they have the title deeds. All live in the UK. Mr & Mrs B agree to sell their share to Mr & Mrs A. Can this transaction be done who...