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andy-f


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01/07/2009 21:16

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ive been advised to go to the trnc consulate in london to get POA to get our electric meter installed before we take possesion of our appartment on july 29th. ive had a form e-mailed me to get stamped,signed or what ever they do. has anyone done this and what exactly is involved and what do i need to take? oh and how much does this cost?

many thanks andy



the butler


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01/07/2009 21:25

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Hi Andy,



You need to take your passports and your purchase contract. You can fill in the forms there, they will stamp them for you. I think we paid 12.00 last year. Tottenham Court Tube station. The office opens at 10 am and closes at 1 .30pm. The office you need is in the basement.





The butlers wife



andy-f


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01/07/2009 21:35

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thankyou BW, do i have to phone first or just go ?

thanks andy



bridie


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02/07/2009 10:32

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This sounds like a windup to me.



japeal



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02/07/2009 10:37

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Just go, also cost us 12 two years ago



Dawnie1


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02/07/2009 10:42

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No apt needed, just turn up.



ozankoys


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02/07/2009 10:52

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Think the cost is 22 gbp now, x 2 if it is a joint POA, the document might then have to be authenticated in Lefkosa by the office of the Interior (?) Minister. I have been but cannot remember his title.



redtom


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02/07/2009 13:20

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Hi andy

this cost me 22.00 also last year. there is an alternative though ! We toyed with the idea of buying a generator but opted for mains elec This is ok if you have a Villa it is not feasable if you are on a complex though.. I belive you still need a POA .



andy-f


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02/07/2009 20:32

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thanks everytone im going this wednesday and yes its 22 now



regards andy



macio38


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19/08/2009 23:46

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Hi everyone,

Do you know ,if in case of joint ownership, both owners have to be present at the consulate or just one and have the others passport with him?

Regards,

Maciek



the butler


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20/08/2009 21:31

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Hi Maciel,



When we needed poa, we both had to go, as both signatures required.





The butlers wife



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