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Chris


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Message Posted:
05/06/2008 00:43

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If you have bought and paid for a property, so why is permission to purchase now an issue, because surely the property is now yours?



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Bradus


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05/06/2008 01:26

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No its not yours until you get your title deeds and you don't get your title deeds until you get PTP. If your PTP is refused then you have to sell the property. Of course the government say you should not go ahead with the sale until your PTP is granted but given that this seems to take a minimum of two years and an average of 4 years which builder is going to wait? So most people have fully paid for their house by the time the PTP comes through. Up against a wall or what?



wynyardman



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05/06/2008 01:42

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Hi John,



Bradus as usual is 100% correct. There is no way around it under present rules(aparrently

Turkey has a more relaxed system that works)

In summary you give your advocate 1000 plus. He fills in a form(not bad work if you can get it) and everyone holds their breath for a couple of years.



Hell of a system

wyn



Chris


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05/06/2008 08:14

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So, are there many people who get refused PTP( after 2 years plus )and when they have paid outright for their property?



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wynyardman



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05/06/2008 08:24

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John,



As I understand it NO!



But if your name is in the frame, you dont really care about the others!.



It only usually applies if you overlook a military establishment,or within 500 metres of the boundary fence

(as I understand it you can rent the property to a SPY and they can't do anything about it)



Its all greek to me.....Oops should'nt have said that!



wyn.



Chris


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05/06/2008 08:43

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Thanks wyn

Looking forward to meeting you when we are next over-hopefully sept.

John



wynyardman



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05/06/2008 09:31

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John,



Evening of frivolity at The Ship Inn (24th Sept or within 7 days thereof)



Look forward to that. It should be a good night. wackyjim and Jock1 have devilish sense of humour. Watty is going to come across from Bogaz for the night (Black Country support)

Carl is a resident drinker at the establishment.

Chris seems to want to duel with something at dawn. I just hope we are still standing!



Cheers

John



mountbatten


Joined: 12/04/2008
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Message Posted:
05/06/2008 10:58

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Hello Chris,as wyn states,500 metres from the army security zone,the problem is as i see it,the military also have a invisible security zone,known only to them,so no advocate or other can tell you if it is safe to buy your property as regards getting PTP.

As i have said on this forum before,i have no problem with there rules as regards the army base and security,what i do think is wrong,the time it takes to be told yes or know about PTP.



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