North Cyprus Property | What a Difference a Few Months Make

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North Cyprus Property | What a Difference a Few Months Make

North Cyprus Property Victims | Pauline Read’s Kulaksiz Villa
Wednesday, September 12, 2012 by Citizen Smith

“This is a very personal message to the Bank family.

I have read the comments of Ertug K, he is outraged that some very not very nice things might have been said about him. He is indignant that someone has taken photos of what he describes as ‘his house’ on Kulaksiz 5.

Mr K., are you not bothered about how Pauline Read might feel seeing photos on the internet of what she still considers to be her house? This was after all to be her home, the home she would grow old in, and possibly even die in. It was her dream, she did not imagine for one second the day she bought it that it would hold such nightmares for her in the future. Do the Bank family really believe that she went out of her way to create this situation? I know from speaking to Pauline Read that before she had any knowledge of the mortgage she was encountering major building problems with the villa, but still she thought, if all else fails, I will still have the land. How wrong she was, but whilst she was thinking those thoughts, she had no knowledge of the mortgage.

Do you, the Bank family, feel not the slightest twinge of guilt that you took a mortgage on her land as soon as she had purchased it? Do you really believe you had no obligation to go to her and tell her? You have known about the status of the properties on the land, either fully built or partially built, since March 2005 when you commissioned the survey on it. Did you really believe that you had no obligation to fellow human beings to let them know what you were doing? Would you, if the situation were reversed just sit back and let it happen to you?

Pauline Read did want to keep that villa, she applied to the builder as per contract to attend the Tapu and transfer title and only when he could not comply with his contractual obligation did she take legal action. It was not what she wanted and now it would seem it was not necessary. Had her Advocate applied Mortgage Law 11/78 section 21, she may now well be living in her original choice of villa, the villa you claim as yours. She could well now be enjoying her retirement as planned instead of wondering what the hell is happening to her.

This is not just happening to Pauline Read, this is happening to every Kulaksiz 5 owner. The majority shared the same dream as Pauline Read. The rest bought as a holiday home. People who dared to dream and had no idea such people as the Bank family existed. The builder and the landowner bought these people into the lives of the purchasers. The purchasers did not know such people existed. Then purchasers had no idea that such things could happen in the 21st century. This is not just happening to the Kulaksiz 5, this is happening to many many other purchasers, same shit different Banks. Now it seems they may all be acting illegally and that Mortgage Law 11/78 section 21 has been on the statute books all the time and the Advocates either were unaware of it or chose to ignore it. Have they been ignorant, negligent or worse?”

The photo of the villa at Kulaskiz 5 was not taken by Pauline Read or anyone associated with her.

Power to the people

Citizen Smith”

How much has changed since this was written? Pauline Read has removed the memorandums on the Kocans in Arapkoy thus saving the owners from the same as the K5. She is still being pursued by bailiffs and court officials, so no change there then. She is still being vilified for daring to object to the treatment suffered by countless property scam victims.

The biggest change is there is a new Government, dare the victims hope for their Human Rights to be recognised and acted upon by this new Government? Watch this space.

The K5 are in court on the 6th August 2013 when they will learn whether the amendment to their case they have asked for will be allowed.

Power to the people

Citizen Smith

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