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Cyprus Property Victims | The Amaranta Valley Debate

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Cyprus Property Victims – The Amaranta Valley Debate

I am now reading comments of the Government monitoring everything that is being said on NCFP and on other sites. Nothing new there then, except I do not believe it to be so in this case and would challenge the genuineness of the comments  saying the new Government is ‘monitoring’ this site and would ask the commenter to name the source of his information.

My first reaction was to say go ahead read, their predecessors spent enough time doing so and spent money tapping my phone, calling me into police stations on the flimsiest of excuses then keeping me there for hours. They had secret service police phone me regularly, raided my home and took my laptop, ignored any complaints I made of the crimes committed against me and my partner. Just a few examples of the intimidation mounted against me then.

But in this cae, until I have better evidence than someone saying it is so, I will give the Government the benefit of the doubt.

Do I expect better of a new Government who promised to be open and transparent, well YES I do. So I have to ask, is it the Government who demands secrecy? Again I ask, what is the source of the claim that they do?

I am a very dangerous woman…not…just truthful. A woman in her 70th year causing such reaction. I have to laugh, for if I started to cry, I might never stop.

If the two sides are really earnest in their attempts to help Amaranta Valley property purchasers, then where is the need for secrecy?

Gary Robb might try to stop them? A known felon against the Government, do we really buy that? Can he easily enter the country? Would his former Turkish Cypriot associates really want to be aligned against their Government to help him?

For the third time I ask, is it the Government who has demanded secrecy, clearly I do not know and until it is proved to me beyond doubt, I will not give it credence.

Pauline Read

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6 comments to Cyprus Property Victims | The Amaranta Valley Debate

  • jazzy

    What do you think of this Mutley?

    http://cyprusscene.com/2014/11/03/us-courts-turn-down-a-property-claim-against-the-trnc/

  • Polly Marples

    All it proves eric is that the case was sent to a court with no jurisdiction to hear it.

    “In a significant victory for the TRNC, the court ruled that courts in the District of Columbia could not assert personal jurisdiction over the TRNC for actions that have no relation to the District.”

    If Cyprusscene choose to see it as a victory, then perhaps they should have gone to Specsavers. So who won what? Seems to me a lot of money was spent to achieve nothing.

  • jazzy

    PM, it begs the question “does any court there have jurisdiction”

    jazzy

  • Cyprus Sue

    And yet the Estate Agents and TRNC media see this as a victory and are using it to promote buying in the TRNC. Instead of changing the laws to restore confidence in the construction and property purchase they use this nonsense claim instead.

    Lots of “failed” TC builders (Greatstones) are now living in Britain. Now what would be really interesting is for a buyer to take their case through the British Court System rather than the TRNC? Surely this could be done under EU law (Oram’s springs to mind) if both developer and buyer were resident in the UK?

    That really would be something to talk about!

  • Cyprus Sue

    And yet the Estate Agents and TRNC media see this as a victory and are using it to promote buying in the TRNC. Instead of changing the laws to restore confidence in the construction and property purchase they use this nonsense claim instead.

    Lots of “failed” TC builders (Greatstones) are now living in Britain. Now what would be really interesting is for a buyer to take their case through the British Court System rather than the TRNC? Surely this could be done under EU law (Oram’s springs to mind) if both developer and buyer were resident in the UK?

    That really would be something to talk about!

  • Polly Marples

    Yes indeed jazzy, seems TRNC think they do. ROC think they do and Robb being jailed by them sort of goes a long way to substantiating their belief.

    We know the US say they do not, but I have heard there has been an Appeal against this decision.

    What is sure is that it still does not get those without deeds their deeds, those with stealth mortgages justice and Amaranta valley victims are still waiting for justice.

    The GC’s turned out to be the least of purchasers problems, dealing with developers of all nationalities and the TRNC legal system is a real problem.