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ECHR rejects the Greek Cypriot appeal on the Arestis case

Source: BRT  
30 May 2007

ECHR REJECTS THE APPEAL ON THE ARESTIS CASE

The European Court of Human Rights has announced its final verdict on the Arestis Case.

The case which was brought to the ECHR by Greek Cypriot Mira Ksenidis Arestis for her property left in the Maras region was concluded in December last year.

ECHR rejected the appeal of Mrs Arestis to its earlier decision which envisaged Turkey to pay 1 million euros of compensation and that Maras was an evkaf foundation property.

Objecting to ECHRís earlier decision on the case in December last year, Mira Ksenidis Arestis claimed that the Immovable Property Commission established in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus was not legal.

However, the Court rejected the claim.

Evaluating the Courtís decision to the BRT, the Chairperson of the Turkish Cypriot Human Rights Foundation Emine Erk said that Greek Cypriots failed in their attempt to challenge against the legality of the Immoveable Property Commission in the TRNC.

Mrs Erk stated that the final verdict of the ECHR showed the fact that its earlier decision on the Arestis Case cannot be appealed.

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