North Cyprus Property | Remembering a Broken Promise

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North Cyprus Property | Remembering a Broken Promise

“A Bailiff and an Attorney – a Match for the Devil
Wednesday, April 25, 2012 by Ann D Pandy

How very interesting a Bailiff story in the Cyprus Mail. I am sure Pauline Read would say that Bailiff’s have become the story of her life.

In the south allegations have apparently been made of Bailiff’s being bribed NOT to serve Writs on famous people. How bizarre, perhaps if our intrepid campaigner becomes famous enough, she might merit someone bribing the Bailiff here to cease and desist in his serving of Writs on her.

Certainly, in a recent conversation with her partner he told me of the last occasion that the Bailiff visited his home. The Bailiff told him Ms Read was due in court on the 16th of that month and asked if the car and the house belonged to her. It was not true she was due in court and since when was a Bailiff supposed to ask questions of anyone he was serving a Writ on? Maybe a little coaching had taken place before the Bailiff had been unleashed?

It is a sign of a very spooked Bank that they think issuing Writs is the answer to their problems.

Source: http://www.cyprus-mail.com/chrystalla-georghadji/corrupt”

As the 5th (now maybe the 2nd) Libel writ progresses and it seems increasingly likely some of the defendants may well have the case heard without them being present or defending themselves, you have to wonder how that can happen? Surely no one would want to risk this? This of course, in my opinion, makes it very difficult for the Judge since to render a decision on some of the defendants without two sides of the story is a very difficult thing to do.

Well I remember watching the TV programme in question and thinking how kind of the presenter to actually publicly promise, nay even guarantee, he would get the Permission to Purchase for one of those taking part in the programme. She tells me he did not keep his promise.

I think we all in north Cyprus know that promises made are not necessarily promises kept.

Ann D Pandy

 

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