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by Pantheman
06 Feb 2018 19:46
Forum: Property Ownership
Topic: No Win No Fee Lawyer Wanted URGENTLY
Replies: 2
Views: 1515

Re: No Win No Fee Lawyer Wanted URGENTLY

Hello everyone, I have a huge problem and need a Cyprus lawyer who will work on no win no fee basis. I have a house in Cyprus and cash but this has been falsely claimed by a relative who I sent the money to build the house with. The current value of the house is 266,000 euros plus cash of about 100...
by Pantheman
20 Jan 2018 01:21
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Planning Amnesty still in force?
Replies: 6
Views: 3466

Re: Planning Amnesty still in force?

Hi VCY The building coefficient is the maximum number of square metres that you are allowed to build expressed as a percentage of the land area. Regards, Apologies for being dumb but Cypriot DLS refers to two factors on their website if you look up a plot; Density and Coverage. Which one you're ref...
by Pantheman
18 Jan 2018 10:32
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Remortgaging
Replies: 3
Views: 1949

Re: Remortgaging

It has been a consideration, but I I'm really wary of getting into threatening that I am not going to pay my mortgage.... If they just turned around and went OK! Id feel a bit daft.. And it goes against the grain of everything I stand for really :-/ It has crossed my mind that this is what they are...
by Pantheman
17 Jan 2018 21:06
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Remortgaging
Replies: 3
Views: 1949

Re: Remortgaging

You could just try sending a letter or email or calling stating that you will stop paying the mortgage until such time that the remortgage takes place. I think that might get them going as they DO NOT want another NPL.
by Pantheman
10 Jan 2018 17:32
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Search finds developer Mortgage
Replies: 3
Views: 2515

Re: Search finds developer Mortgage

Yes, as the chances of getting a waiver at those levels of loans is very likely to be zilch. In addition to this if you were able to get a waiver it could cost a packet. Perhaps IF the banks agreed to a waiver for a price, you could ask the seller to pay for it, unless you are getting the apartment ...
by Pantheman
07 Jan 2018 02:00
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Buying Property
Replies: 6
Views: 2927

Re: Buying Property

These are reasonable and logical definitions. I would go with that as long as all other agents interpreted it the same way.
It's pretty much what I mentioned above. Nice find btw. I may even include it on my own sites.
by Pantheman
03 Jan 2018 17:25
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Buying Property
Replies: 6
Views: 2927

Re: Buying Property

Hi, Good morning and a Merry Xmas and Happy New year to one and all, I have a simple question that hopefully someone can clarify for me.Please can someone tell me what the difference when a property is advertised as "Title deeds available" And "With Title deeds"? I have my own ideas on this, but I ...
by Pantheman
01 Jan 2018 11:07
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Happy New Year Folks
Replies: 1
Views: 1512

Happy New Year Folks

Nigel, Happy New Year and to all the forumers.

May 2018 bring you health wealth and title deeds :)

All the best
by Pantheman
21 Dec 2017 01:28
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Local Search with form N.50 at the Department of Lands and Surveys
Replies: 16
Views: 6274

Re: Local Search with form N.50 at the Department of Lands and Surveys

Although those who bought property may have taken bank loans to fund their purchase these will not be shown on the search certificate and even if they were, they wouldn't affect you. Yes, these are shown on the search document N.50. The search gives ALL encumbrances on the title, but not all affect...
by Pantheman
20 Dec 2017 15:19
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Local Search with form N.50 at the Department of Lands and Surveys
Replies: 16
Views: 6274

Re: Local Search with form N.50 at the Department of Lands and Surveys

Re FSB response: The mortgages listed are not necessarily those of the developers. When someone take a mortgage to purchase a house this is shown as a mortgage. The down side of this search it that it does not tally the mortgage with which buyer. The certificate lists the names of the purchasers in...
by Pantheman
20 Dec 2017 15:11
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Local Search with form N.50 at the Department of Lands and Surveys
Replies: 16
Views: 6274

Re: Local Search with form N.50 at the Department of Lands and Surveys

Would the trapped buyer's law be applicable to me if I were to proceed with an 'assignment contract' that transfers the original purchaser's rights and obligations under her contract of sale to me or would this need to have been instigated or completed by the original purchaser? No - because your a...
by Pantheman
19 Dec 2017 15:09
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Local Search with form N.50 at the Department of Lands and Surveys
Replies: 16
Views: 6274

Re: Local Search with form N.50 at the Department of Lands and Surveys

The Larnaca land reg produced a certificate confirming that there are four mortgage encumbrances lodged against the development land parcel, two of which were lodged prior to the deposit of the original vendor's contract of sale for the house in which I'm interested, The mortgages listed are not ne...
by Pantheman
12 Dec 2017 11:40
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: Land Registry
Replies: 2
Views: 1725

Re: Land Registry

I spoke with my solicitor who said that in 2003 resales were not registered is this correct? Your lawyer is totally incompetent and needs to surrender his licence. What utter BS he/she fed you, to cover their negligence. Your problem is not only one of tax clearance, but if the original owner has d...
by Pantheman
12 Nov 2017 19:56
Forum: FAQ
Topic: Immovable Property Tax
Replies: 1
Views: 1533

Re: Immovable Property Tax

You have to fill in a form at the tax office for which your developer must sign, stamp and put in the 1980 value.

If it is under 12500 euros, you have no IPT to pat the tax office, otherwise they will tell you what to pay.
by Pantheman
19 Oct 2017 11:05
Forum: General Property Questions
Topic: planning certificate
Replies: 4
Views: 3018

Re: planning certificate

Can I ask if anyone knows if there is a time limit as in the Uk for a final certificate of approval for alterations/renovations of a property or could it be demolished in 20 years time? Thanks Hi, can you just clarify, why do you need a FC for an alteration??? I assume you have the title deed to th...