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Deniz1


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15/07/2010 13:20

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I was told by my neighbour that she was asked for a copy of her property tax payment (council tax) by the police when she went to renew her residency. This is a new thing as i have just done mine and was not asked.



joandjelly


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15/07/2010 16:03

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I wasn't asked either. Does she have her kocan rather than a sales contract?



jamestalbot


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15/07/2010 16:09

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The last time I went, I wasn't asked either, maybe I will take my contract of house purchase next time I go, until I get my residency sorted out.



Deniz1


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15/07/2010 17:08

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No she doesnt have her kocan she took her contract as usual.Policeman having an off day?



cyprusishome


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15/07/2010 18:34

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In that case was the contract stamped. That would likely be the reason for asking for more. There was a similar question posed a few months ago on same theme.



The requirment as a stamped contract or kocan.



Dumyat


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15/07/2010 21:49

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Our contract did not have a land tax stamp on it, therefore could not get a renewal. We had to go to land tax office to get it stamped, they claimed we owed tax for last year for 1200. We checked with our lawyer who had already paid this at contract signing stage and had stamped copy as proof. so be aware.



gooligan


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15/07/2010 23:56

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I presume this was asked for by Abdurahman who sits on the right hand side in the Girne Police office,he has objected to everything in our sales contract for the last 3 years,before him it was Gulip who worked there and he even demanded my pension payment statements (I was 33 at the time and provided them much to his amazement)

Abdurahman this year stated that we had the wrong stamps on our contract and confered with the youngish bloke with the short hair who said the rules had changed in October last year and our contract was invalid (again)

We had to go see our Advocate and explain (again)and he produced a letter for us stating we had paid all the taxes and our contract was perfectly vaild,we went back again to Girne Police station and as luck would have it we got Abdurahman again,and once again he said our contract was invalid and then I produced the magic letter which he then read and 5 minutes later we were out of the with a promise we could pick up our residency in 3 weeks.



cronos


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16/07/2010 00:02

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Gooligan.....ever get the impression you aren't wanted ? ;)



Joking apart,it sounds like yet another example of the unjust and inequitable system in the TRNC.



We don't expect preferential treatment , just equal treatment.



blade


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16/07/2010 13:33

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We have always had a decent service from the residency people, never had any problems with them.

It must be luck?



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