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bachelibelly


Joined: 04/09/2008
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Message Posted:
25/01/2009 01:41

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Okay ,have examined whats going on at the moment both in the GC propoganda machine ,the rumour/possible settlement terms and the TRNC offering a wopping 75% discount...



Now my conspiricy theory......



a/first TRNC govt offers huge incentive to push to get your PTP and pay your tax ,end result Kocan in your name !!!



b/Rumour of property settlement hinting that Expats get no assisance and lose property and pay compo and sold down the river by Talat and govt..



c/ Now the sting.. Talat feeds expats to the wolves in return for T/Cs and to a lesser extent mainland Turks get to keep their property on an exchange /compo basis !!



Conclusion; All properties still awaiting Kocan transfer from builder developer in the eyes of the GCs are still "owned " by TC s and Turks and will be subject to latter settlement plan (C) whilst other properties with Expat holding Kocan subject to first senario (B)



Just my theory ,and for what its worth as i stand with no PTP or Kocan ,i might stick



ian444


Joined: 14/01/2009
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Message Posted:
25/01/2009 01:53

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I agree the UK, Turkey, TRNC, ROC, are all in the know



The foreign property owners are the fall guys



Turkey does not give a dam



ROC does not give a dam but is wary of a powerful EU ally the UK with 20,000 citizens involved.



TRNC likes the foreign cash cow but the lure of the untold EU riches means they donít give a dam



The British government have other things on their mind. They wont like the Sun's headlines about pensioners losing their homes. However the UK want a solution. The recent hardening of Foreign office advice on buying in the TRNC is in my view suspicious they know what is likely to happen.



mmmmmm



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Message Posted:
25/01/2009 11:51

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how many times..



This ain't "GC propaganda" .. nought's changed other than some legal advice advice being given on a ruling re the Orams case at the European Court of Justice and there are talks between the TC and GC leaders..



May be the penny is finally dropping for some folk..



Decisions made outside Cyprus will effect Cyprus and the leaders may well hope to avoid this scenario.



fire starter


Joined: 19/06/2008
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Message Posted:
25/01/2009 19:03

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bacheli

i totally agree with you.

i would like to add this gov is getting as much cash in as it can before it get ousted in april.

they will leave( off in to the sunset) and when the s--t hits the fan the new gov will say "it wasn't me!"

if i had a gc/exchange kochan right now i would be getting as much on credit/ cash/ mortgage that i could and running for the hills.

(preferably somewhere in the uk,lol.)



my personnal view is that it is payback for british rule here in the past.



cyprus1003


Joined: 23/01/2009
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Message Posted:
25/01/2009 21:12

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is there anywhere i can get further information regarding this 75% discount on tax? anyone know of a link to a web site for example?



cooper


Joined: 23/10/2007
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Message Posted:
25/01/2009 21:48

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Hi cyprus1003 This should help - http://www.hbpg-trnc.net/documents/tax_transfer.html

Also see post 4 on this thread - http://www.cyprus44.com/forums/9944.asp



Cooper



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