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K5 v Akfinans Bank | Selective Injustice

K5 v Akfinans Bank | Selective InjusticeWITHOUT PREJUDICE

Well, if I needed any more confirmation that I am indeed not considered at all as part of Kulaksiz 5, then the recent victory in court has demonstrated this very clearly to me.

It seems I being omitted from those having villas put back to their original kocan as it was before the now alleged fraudulent mortgages existed. For the life of me I do not see how two acts of illegality concerning my villa somehow allows for me to be victimised yet AGAIN.

Act 1 – the application of a fraudulent mortgage

Act 2 – the illegal transfer of my villa into the name of Mustafa Guner, former Director of Akfinans Bank Limited.

Personally, I do not care how complicated this makes things, I DEMAND justice and I accuse those who deny it to me of violating my Human Rights. To allow the bank to benefit from their alleged illegal acts would be a travesty of justice.

I am also being omitted from receiving any news from those who are ‘supporters’ of the K5 litigants. After much research I have now become aware of the following:

It is only the beginning and there is a long way to go still. The rest of the K5 are back where they were when they first purchased their properties. Where I am, well how the hell would I know, I am only a fee payer, a victim of chronic injustice and someone who refuses to lie down and play dead.

Pauline Read

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1 comment to K5 v Akfinans Bank | Selective Injustice

  • Polly Marples

    This Judgement is positive. But be aware, it could be overturned on Appeal. Remember
    Kulaksiz had to struggle, with six attempts to persuade the judiciary to grant the injunction to stop the bank selling the K5 properties, although it seems it was too late for Pauline by the time the High court did grant the injunction. It must also be remembered that the High court’s decision to eventually grant the injunction was with a 2 to 1 majority. This tells us that it cannot be taken for granted that the K5 will win the Appeal.

    If the K5 do win, then they will be at the same stage they were at before the repossession was granted. The bank can then again pursue the landowner and builder through the court system and again ask that the court order our properties be used as security and sold to pay the debt.

    How, you may ask? Well the answer is simple, the K5 properties will still be in the name of the landowner and therefore it could be argued assets of the landowner. The big difference is that this time, the K5 owners will be involved in the case and their interest noted. Complicated….it sure is, and it will also be darned expensive too.

    In essence, this is exactly what should have happened when K5 owners found the mortgages on their properties. Their individual advocates should have known the mortgages were fraudulent and pursued the landowner and bank in exactly the same way as has just happened.

    In my opinion every advocate who acted for a K5 purchaser and did not do this was negligent and should not be practising law. Their negligence and ignorance have caused untold heartache to the purchasers, cost them a fortune thus depleting their meagre sources and impaired their physical and mental health beyond measure..

    So although these videos paint a positive picture and rightly so, do not be fooled into believing that this judgement is a solution because it is not, it may lead to one, but that is a long way down the road.