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by partner
01 Aug 2013 22:34
Forum: Mark Nowell's Financial Questions
Topic: property tax before title deeds - reimbursement?
Replies: 4
Views: 5405

Re: property tax before title deeds - reimbursement?

Thank you, Nigel. Your attention is very much appreciated!
by partner
01 Aug 2013 20:48
Forum: Mark Nowell's Financial Questions
Topic: property tax before title deeds - reimbursement?
Replies: 4
Views: 5405

Re: property tax before title deeds - reimbursement?

Thank you, Nigel. You write: "It is important to note that the buyer may be able to claim back part or the entire amount paid once they have paid the Property Transfer Fees and become the property's owner." What are the circumstances or criteria for being able to claim back a part of the amount paid...
by partner
01 Aug 2013 13:42
Forum: Mark Nowell's Financial Questions
Topic: property tax before title deeds - reimbursement?
Replies: 4
Views: 5405

property tax before title deeds - reimbursement?

We have been informed by our developer that as long as we do not have the title deeds it is the developer (as registered owner) who pays the IPT ( immovable property tax ) on our town house. When the title deeds are transferred to us we will have to reimburse the developer for the paid tax (from del...
by partner
19 Jun 2013 19:17
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Management fees and the developer
Replies: 6
Views: 5094

Re: Management fees and the developer

Hi Nigel, This is still in the responses to the article mentioned: >>Nigel Howarth says: February 1, 2010 at 11:02 am Pat, The law contains the standard regulations that you can adapt for your purpose. You can download the authorised English language translation from: http://www.cyprus-property-buye...
by partner
25 Oct 2010 14:40
Forum: Louise Zambartas' Legal Questions
Topic: Ability to sue without Title Deeds
Replies: 3
Views: 4582

Re: Ability to sue without Title Deeds

Dear Nigel and Louise, I have read what Louise says in her excellent article about management committees. One thing is confusing though. She says: "The owner is defined by the law as the person entitled to be registered as the owner or the actual person registered. Therefore, a project without separ...
by partner
20 Oct 2010 21:24
Forum: Introduce Yourself
Topic: buildings under joint ownership-immovable property law
Replies: 1
Views: 3472

buildings under joint ownership-immovable property law

dear Nigel, You have been so kind to have a link to a pdf version of part IIA of the Immovable Property Law, 1993. That's the part regarding management of buildings under joint ownership. We would like to educate people on our development about this, but feel that we need a better readable copy of t...