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girne 29


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14/05/2009 14:44

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See from article in Cyprus Today, that 500 plan is on the table to aid the property sector.



Close border to GC's.

2 years imprisonment for anyone trying to present summons from ROC/EU court.

PTP's to be granted immediately,and other measures.



Small point ,but,why were the ptp measures not introduced anyway,ages ago.



At least we can thank the south for maybe getting the north to speed up the process.







Is it not a mistake for TRNC to go the ROC route in finding alternatives to a negotiated settlement.



Surely if they tried to implement these measures ,the TRNC could be accused of trying to derail the negotiations,in much the same way as the ROC with their ECHR route, If now BOTH sides , instead of just the ROC use alternative avenues, is there any point in the negotiations





At least at the moment the TRNC has the moral high ground over the ROC by saying ,they will go the negotiated settlement route until it is exhausted .



pilgrim



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14/05/2009 15:09

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Nice one! bring it on.



AlsancakJack



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14/05/2009 15:09

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What you forgot to mention was that all of those proposals are exactly that, proposals that have been presented to the government by Hasan Sungar who is Chairman of the Estate Agents Union. Whether any get adopted by the present government remains to be seen.

AJ



No1Doyen


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14/05/2009 15:19

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500,000,000 !! How has this figure been calculated?



Littlenige



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14/05/2009 15:19

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How long in jail for landowners that re mortage land after contracts signed ?



How long in jial for advocates that say they have done a search and not done one only for the buyer to find out there is a mortgage on the land and the land owner will not pay but wants the buyer to pay it ?



Perhaps when existing laws are enforced then people will regain faith in the housing market.



fire starter


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14/05/2009 15:22

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maybe he forgot about many of his own people who work in the south everyday, along with anyone who needs hospital treatments there.

i guess he didn't think before he spoke!

also how is mr t going to get to those talks,lol.



pilgrim



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14/05/2009 15:30

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was refering to PTP situation.



girne 29


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14/05/2009 15:35

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AJ

Realise that,which was why I commented on why some of these things regarding PTP werent done in the past.



My point wasnt whether it comes to pass,or who put it forward ,but whether it was a good idea to even think about using the same tactics as the ROC,rather than stick to the talks.That way ,when the settlement goes to the vote and as is likely the trnc votes no,the blame can be put on the ROC alone. Their weakening of Talats postion with the electorate, with their timing of the use of the ECHR, could be cited as a deliberate attempt to prevent agreement



As it stands the TRNC can say they did not use any route outside the talks.This will help recognition later on.



the butler


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14/05/2009 15:37

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Hi Littlenige.



Totally agree with you on that one Nige. These developers should be made to pay for all the stress they cause owners who have already paid and then take mortgages out on their property.



The butler



AlsancakJack



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14/05/2009 16:56

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sonic

You need to read the article to be able to understand what is being proposed.

Try it, you never know it might enlighten you.

AJ



AlsancakJack



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14/05/2009 16:59

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fire starter

Maybe you should read the article and understand what is being proposed before you comment.

AJ



laptagal


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14/05/2009 18:27

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Anyone got a link to the article?



Lilli



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14/05/2009 18:41

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Isnt he the same guy thats on the credit black list for bounced cheques here. Always words but action well stop and listen then implement. How can this be possible xx



Stubs


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14/05/2009 20:09

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I have had many discussions in the past with regards the PTP's.



As a country it is very much in need of investment. If the government gave everyone their PTP how much tax money would they be entitiled to collect from the buyers and the vendors? It is difficult to put an exact figure on it however you can be rest assured that it would run into 10's of millions of 's. Quite a significant cash injection for any government.



Changing the procedures for foreign investment would also add to the tax revenue. Most economies in the western world rely on small business. There are many foreigners who if they could would have a legitimate business without the need to invest $100,000. Bare in mind that many of these people have already invested considerable sums in buying a property in the first place.



maningi pusa


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14/05/2009 21:37

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Methinks Mr Sungur should engage brain before putting mouth into gear!



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