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reyntj


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26/03/2011 12:52

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hi i have turkish girlfried and we may get married she is on work visa in trnc . if we do get married will it increase our chance of obtaining ptp if we buy a pre 74 turkish title land or property as this seems to be the safest option if you can get the deeds into your name - any views would be appreciated



Happy Hussar


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26/03/2011 13:03

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It might well work with a Turkish Cypriot girlfriend but Not with a Turkish one!

Tony



reyntj


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26/03/2011 13:06

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will have to exchange girlfriend for a tc one then -its a pity i really like her



keithr


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26/03/2011 18:11

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Just have an awful lot of money as well....



eyebob


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26/03/2011 21:07

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Why not go to the UK?Get a girlfriend,marry her(very easy,try London churches) then you can claim a house in nice part of the capital(minimum 1,000,000)all the goodies that go with it,put her on the game,and your quids in!!



reyntj


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28/03/2011 08:20

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not sure i want my wife on the game



Tenakoutou



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28/03/2011 09:02

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Unless the title deed to the pre '74 property is in your TC partner's name [Turkish mainlanders are treated the same as any other foreigners], you will NOT be granted permission to purchase [PTP] by the TRNC Council of Ministers.



I was deceived by advocates and estate agents and bought pre '74, only to find out that [after the 'Annan Plan'] the government implemented this policy [no PTP for foreigners] without making this policy public. They still don't admit to this, using reason for refusal as 'proximity to military land', or 'restricted area'.



While the Vendor of ANY category of property in TRNC holds the title deed [Kochan], the buyer, even if Contract of Sale is signed and notarised and the Stamp Duty paid, is at risk to Memorandums being placed on what, in any civilised country, is freehold property - free from ANY encumbrances. Be warned - NO KOCHAN - NO MONEY!



Otherwise, never put a penny into Cyprus, TRNC or RoC, that you aren't prepared to lose with a smile!



reyntj


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28/03/2011 09:18

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thanks tenakoutou



is there anyway to get a kochan in your name then without paying before hand . ie if its exchange land can it be done or does it just take to long to get the title which would render it unfeasable for a seller.



Tenakoutou



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28/03/2011 10:42

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Re. msg 8: Absolutely, NO!



The actual TRNC law states that buyers must apply for PTP prior to buying - however, this is impossible, as the Contract of Sale must accompany the application for PTP. Obviously, no Vendor will sign a contract unless the purchase price has been paid; so, how ridiculous is the law?!



There is SO MUCH in the archives of this forum on this subject - I strongly suggest you do some exhaustive research.



Until the TRNC [ and RoC] government(s) amend their property laws to respect Human Rights, any buyer is at grave risk of never owning his/her property, or being scammed to the extent that such risky investment has lost them all their money. Trying to seek redress through the 'legal' system can only result in 'throwing good money after bad' - that is the situation in Cyprus.



Despite them telling you that Cyprus law follows British law - don't believe a word of it! If you are given wrong/worthless advice by an advocate, there is NO redress!



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