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UK to assist Cyprus on title deed delays

07.01.2014

THE British High Commission yesterday welcomed a government initiative to coordinate efforts to resolve title deeds problem facing British home buyers here. “We welcome the Cypriot Government’s plans to work towards a solution to the property issues that so many UK and Cypriot nationals face,” a spokesperson told The Cyprus Daily yesterday. “And we are grateful for the steps the government has taken so far. The UK continues to support and offer assistance to the government in their efforts to tackle property issues,” it added. Cabinet’s decision came at the proposal of the Foreign Minister to tackle property buyers’ complaints against the Republic of Cyprus. Many British home buyers have complained about failure by Cypriot developers to issue title deeds. The Cabinet proposal includes cooperation between a ministerial committee to be set up for this purpose- and representatives of ministries and government services with the High Commission. The High Commission yesterday confirmed there was “an on-going programme of exchange of expertise between the UK and Cyprus on wide range of issues.” “The UK, will of course, continue to offer assistance to the Cypriot government to help tackle the many property issues faced by homeowners of all nationalities in Cyprus. “The High Commission will continue to raise concerns with the Cypriot government including at Ministerial level and we continue to work together to find a solution,” it added. The Commission encourages anyone experiencing problems with property to seek legal advice by engaging an independent lawyer who will be best placed to advise on rights and methods of redress. The Interior Ministry is responsible for coordinating the cooperation with the High Commission but Reform Commissioner Emmanuella Lambrianides will be responsible for amending the law and monitoring property market issues

Read more at: http://www.news.cyprus-property-buyers.com/2013/11/26/uk-assist-cyprus-title-deed-delays/id=0016204 Copyright © Cyprus Property News

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