K5 v Akfinans Bank | Silence is the Enemy

K5 v Akfinans Bank | Silence is the EnemyWITHOUT PREJUDICE

A totally unexpected email in response to one I sent to the whole of the K5 in early September arrived today. It was from an individual and not the whole group.

I was asked if I thought some sort of negotiated settlement might be being discussed. How on earth would I know?

What did surprise me was a further email suggesting I should not be surprised no one wants to speak to me after the
way I have attacked them in the past.

I have never attacked any of my fellow litigants. I have made no secret of the fact that their way is not my way, but that is all. I was extremely annoyed when one failed to cough up his share of the costs the bank came after me for, but that is no longer an issue because it has been paid by others.

I have been truthful and have never minced my words as far as the bank, builder and landowner are concerned, but

I am still of the opinion that had I not been vociferous in my way of dealing with things, the bank would have all the villas by now. I stand by that opinion.

I do not expect to hear from anyone about the case, but I am not too worried since I do have sources of information.

Silence is not golden…silence is the enemy and gives cause for mistrust.

I do believe in Karma and I know in the end good will triumph over evil.

Pauline Read

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5 comments to K5 v Akfinans Bank | Silence is the Enemy

  • Polly Marples


  • Polly Marples


    Pauline has been updated….at last.

  • fluter

    Well that’s good news for a change.

    You are, of course, correct. As I have suggested before, but for your actions all of the K5 purchasers would have been out on their ears long ago with no compensation.

  • AM

    I would imagine this type of issue will be a bit of a headache if a solution is found next year to the Cyprob.
    There will be claims, counter claims, tantrums and a whole range of cases suing one another. ?

  • Polly Marples

    Yep…I guess it will be back to square one for all purchasers.