Cyprus Law | Unlawfully Contract Breach Caused By 3rd Party

Cyprus Law | Unlawfully Contract Breach Caused By 3rd PartyWithout Prejudice

Cyprus Law | Unlawfully Contract Breach Caused By 3rd Party

When the Bank loaned Abdurrahman Guney and Yuksel Yilmaz money with the Kulaksiz 5’s property as security were they knowingly and without justification causing the builder and landowner to breach a legally binding contract, i.e. the Contract of Sale signed jointly by the builder and the purchasers?

I am reliably informed that, unlike criminal cases, in a civil case the burden of proof is gauged by probability, in other words the court will decide during the hearing if the claim may be true…in other words, judge on the probability of the claim being true..

Of course in the case of the K5, there were Contracts in force when the mortgage money was advanced and it has now been proved by the existence of a Survey report commissioned by the bank before the bulk of the mortgage money was advanced that in all probability the Bank knew of the existence of purchasers and by advancing that money they colluded with the borrowers to Breach the Contracts of Sale.

Of course I am just giving a possible scenario and making no allegations whatsoever.

So, could we say that in all probability the act of Unlawfully Causing a Breach of Contract by a third party took place in Kulaksiz 5 case?

Pandora S Box

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