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North Cyprus Law – Who Dunnit?

It would seem that the story of my so generously removing the memorandum on the property in Arapkoy is now about to be reported in Cyprus Today. Unlike Cyprusscene, who went to press with a one sided story, Cyprus Today have asked for my comments.

I have told the truth which is easily corroborated by going to the District Court and the Supreme Court in Lefkosa. Everything is a matter of public record. The events are recorded at both courts in chronological order and will confirm that Citizens Advice Cyprus had no input into the legalities that ended in my removing the Memorandum and the Sale Order at Girne Tapu on the 16th July 2013, so from that day onwards there was no encumbrance on the villa owned by Mr Van Win. His advocate could have easily checked with the Tapu and learned this was so. I personally do not believe Mr Van Win needed to spend anywhere near as much as the £2000 he claimed to have when he confronted me; 35% of £2000 – easy money.

However Mr Van Win’s Advocate chose to take the matter before the Supreme Court and as is now ‘old news’ I represented myself and made the court aware of what I had already done.

For those of you not yawning too much from such old news, it does have whiskers on it, this is what I read out in court:

This is to confirm that:

On Tuesday 16th July 2013, I removed the Memorandum on Kocan 3881 and Kocan 4155. I further instructed Girne Tapu (Land Registry) to withdraw Enforcement Order case ref. MES 87/2010. It was confirmed that my instructions had been complied with.

There are now no impediments on these Kocans and I have no further interest in MES 87/2010.

Your wish to have the Breach of Contract judgement of the 6th November 2009 MM 229/09 overturned and since it is now stripped of any authority, will not be opposed by me.

I fully understand the implications of this and my only request is that the court does not grant any costs to Av. ******** Yargitay Asli Yetki No: 19/2013 or Av. ********* Yargitay Asli Yetki No: 15/2013 as this would be unfair and unjust as I am suffering a great loss already.

Signed………………………………………………………………………………….

PAULINE ANN READ

Date………………………………………………………………………

No costs were awarded against me.

The Supreme Court rubber stamped the removal of the encumbrance by cancelling my Breach of Contract Award on the 4th October 2013, some 3 months after I had removed the memorandums.

It seems CAC are keen to claim credit for making it possible for Mr Van Win to obtain his Kocan when in fact all they have done is finished the job by getting the Kocan, which without my good grace Mr Van Win would not have obtained so quickly, if at all. You are very welcome Mr Van Win.

Pauline Read

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