North Cyprus Law | Pauline’s Mandamus Case Turns Into a Puzzle

North Cyprus Law | Pauline's Mandamus Case Turns SourWITHOUT PREJUDICE

North Cyprus Law | Pauline’s Mandamus Case Turns Into a Puzzle

Arrived at the Supreme Court area at 8.30 a.m as requested. Waited and waited whilst our Advocate was ensconced in meetings in chambers with the other side and the High Court Judges.  The other side being a lady from the Prosecutor’s office and two ladies from the Tapu. I will not, cannot, go into too much detail since it seems no one likes what I write. I find this very hard to understand or accept since everything I write is the truth. Suffice to say that after some explanation by my Advocate the prosecution, which in this case is the defence, accepts I have a real case.

I cannot, nor can the court, the prosecution, or the Tapu, understand how the Court Enforcement order issued on the 1st of October 2010 is to be interpreted. So basically they do not know what they can sell. In the Permanent Injunction issued by Mehmet Turker on the 08/04/2009 it seemed pretty straight forward: 3/8ths of Kocan 3881 and 1/7th of Kocan 4155. It seems that since then things have changed. How, I do not know and cannot account for.

What I do know for sure, I am going to be the loser. We left at 10.45 am, no wiser and very disappointed.

Next appearance is 21st June 2013

Never give in never give up.

Pauline Ann Read

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