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by Pantheman
12 Nov 2008 22:17
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Unique problem with no answer
Replies: 12
Views: 13073

Re: Unique problem with no answer

Pan,we are resident in Paphos.What is so annoying over who owns this plot of land is that it's valueless to anyone but us. Yes I understand, but it seems that is the law I'm afraid. If it ain't on your title then it ain't yours. If I were you I would go to the land registry and either ask to speak ...
by Pantheman
12 Nov 2008 15:40
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Unique problem with no answer
Replies: 12
Views: 13073

Re: Unique problem with no answer

Pantheman.Thank you very much for your response and interest,i will persue what you have said.With regards not noticing the size of the plot,on the title deeds it shows as it being 507sq.mtrs.it is a very irregular shaped plot and would be difficult to measure by an amature.However we have had it m...
by Pantheman
11 Nov 2008 14:01
Forum: Louise Zambartas' Legal Questions
Topic: Legality of a 1989 Agreement relating to Jointly Owned Prope
Replies: 3
Views: 6311

Re: Legality of a 1989 Agreement relating to Jointly Owned Prope

Hello Luke, i cannot be 100% certain on this, but if I had to look at it logically, if the developer (who then owned the land, title in his name) gave permission (under the 1989 agreement) then yes this would hold especially as it has been lodged with the land registry. If the buyers (yourself and o...
by Pantheman
11 Nov 2008 00:51
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Unique problem with no answer
Replies: 12
Views: 13073

Re: Unique problem with no answer

Hi Nigel i am most greatfull for your reply and we will check out what you have said.Our solicitor used on the purchase only carried out the instructions she was given,perhaps it was our fault in not looking at the plans more carefully.It is a huge problem we have and yet no one appears to be at fa...
by Pantheman
28 May 2008 18:01
Forum: Contract Cancellation Fees
Topic: Selling Charges
Replies: 13
Views: 18132

Re: Selling Charges

Nigel, Many thanks for all your replies, much appreciated, I will keep you posted on the outcome. Kind Regards, Paul Hi, Notwithstanding everything you have said, but I just wonder why on earth you are concerned about the external paintwork when you are looking to sellup??? Seems to me, you maybe j...
by Pantheman
08 May 2008 17:54
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Developers Mortgaging
Replies: 3
Views: 5568

Re: Developers Mortgaging

Hello Jan and welcome to the forum. To answer your questions: 1. It's relatively straightforward to find out whether there is a mortgage on the land. The Land Registry can be asked to carry out a Title search and produce a report showing what the situation is. It's probably best if you get a law fi...
by Pantheman
10 Apr 2008 10:02
Forum: Louise Zambartas' Legal Questions
Topic: CGT Interest
Replies: 1
Views: 4303

CGT Interest

Hello Louise, I wanted to ask you this question before I went back down to the tax office and got myself arrested. I sold a piece of land, the buyer had a contract of sale that stated within 60 days we will complete. We subsequently went to the tax office filled in all the forms for them to tell us ...
by Pantheman
21 Mar 2008 15:33
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Green Area
Replies: 9
Views: 11519

Re: Green Area

Hi Pan, That's a good one! I have no idea! Logically, when the Title Deed is issued, it would be in the name of the developer. The Community/Municipality would need to get ownership transferred to their name - or perhaps they have a long-term lease on in at a peppercorn rent - or, as it's a conditi...
by Pantheman
13 Mar 2008 18:48
Forum: Selling Property
Topic: Costs of selling Inherited land
Replies: 12
Views: 20068

Re: Costs of selling Inherited land

Hi Lamb, The 20% you pay will be the Capital Gains Tax - this will be calculated on the the amount you receive for the land (125,000) less its worth on the Title Deed (I'm not sure if the 2,000 you mention is the 1980 assessed value of your share or the total plot). And yes, they will take inflatio...
by Pantheman
12 Mar 2008 21:55
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: who do i need to contact if i want a valuation of my land?
Replies: 2
Views: 5452

Re: who do i need to contact if i want a valuation of my land?

Hi, I need some advice? I live in England, however i own a share in some land in Avgorou, which is divided between 6 people, including myself. One of the six is missing in action for over 30yrs now, can we still go ahead and sell? I have been notified by my aunt that there is 3 interested buyers an...
by Pantheman
05 Mar 2008 17:02
Forum: Property Ownership
Topic: Certificate of Final Approval
Replies: 18
Views: 23666

Re: Certificate of Final Approval

Ah, I understand. You already have the Title Deeds. ( I suspect the developer may have got the land divided before he started construction ) Nigel, not wanting to be the bad guy here, but I have some confusion as to what you just stated. I am assuming that the land is in a build zone (hence the bui...
by Pantheman
23 Feb 2008 17:00
Forum: Suggestions
Topic: classified section
Replies: 6
Views: 22620

Re: classified section

Hello Pan, I've already had a couple of enquiries about sponsoring the site - I'm still thinking about it. I look at all my websites as a 'social business' as defined by Muhammad Yunus. All I'm really looking to do is to recover my costs - and I get a few cents every time someone clicks on one of t...
by Pantheman
23 Feb 2008 16:57
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Green Area
Replies: 9
Views: 11519

Re: Green Area

Hi Pan, That's a good one! I have no idea! Logically, when the Title Deed is issued, it would be in the name of the developer. The Community/Municipality would need to get ownership transferred to their name - or perhaps they have a long-term lease on in at a peppercorn rent - or, as it's a conditi...
by Pantheman
22 Feb 2008 14:51
Forum: Buying Off-Plan
Topic: Certificate of Approval
Replies: 10
Views: 16608

Re: Certificate of Approval

Hi Pan, I agree that Sheila is very unlikely to be prosecuted. However, those buying property need to ensure they abide by the laws of the land (otherwise anarchy would reign). IMHO, Article 10 of the Streets and Buildings Regulations Law, Cap. 96, provides a vital safeguard for buyers that the pro...
by Pantheman
22 Feb 2008 14:45
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Green Area
Replies: 9
Views: 11519

Re: Green Area

Hi Pan, Last year our local developer in Erimi set out a green area next to me. He put a wall around it, put in some trees and other plants, a watering system and childrens' play equipment. It looked very nice when he'd finished. But now it's overgrown, most of the trees and many of the shrubs have...