Akfinans Bank v Kulaksiz 5 – court and padlock update

I have just returned from the High Court Hearing in Lefkoşa. The Judges’ decision is not all doom and gloom. The Judges overturned the decision we were appealing from the lower Court where our application for an Interim Injunction was denied.

Although not granted an Interim Injunction today, the Judges have referred us back to the lower court in Girne. More paperwork will be provided by the members of Kulaksiz 5, which we have, and it will be a full hearing with witnesses called if necessary. This new Hearing, starting again if you like, will be on the 19th April. The Judges said it must be within 10 days.

This of course means more stress for the already stressed out members of Kulaksiz 5 but it has to be said, it is the first minor success we have had and that the previous Judgement from the Lower Court has been overturned by the High Court has to be a step in the right direction.

Some further good news, the police after visiting the house of the absentee owner that had his gates padlocked yesterday, decided that since it had obviously been lived in by its owner, the padlock could be removed, and it was.

Will this stop the intimidation by the Bank, who knows? The CORCHIDACTUS will be closely monitored and if your presence is required, you will be phoned.

The score at the moment is 2 villas to the bad guys – 7 villas to the good guys.


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