K5 v Akfinans Bank | The Price of Truth

K5 v Akfinans Bank | The Price of TruthWITHOUT PREJUDICE


Libel Writs 1,2,3 and 4

My recent win of the Libel case at the lower court is going to be the subject of an Appeal at the High Court, I am informed. Of course I am not surprised when you have the resources of a bank, I guess money is no object.

AFKINANS BANK LIMITED v Pauline Read and 7 other defendants

Libel Writ 5

I cannot give a progress report as I have no idea what is happening.

Kulaksiz 5 v Akfinans Bank Limited and 3 others.

We still await the date for the Appeal to be heard at the High Court in Lefkosa

I was going through some old photos of my villa and I came across some taken at the end of 2005 and as you can see, any claim by the bank that no building was on the land at that time was a nonsense, even without the all damning survey report they themselves commissioned.

MY villa in 2005my villa....pool  31st march

The top photo although taken on a very wintry day is taken on the roof and you can see other villas across the way. Those would be the villas of Arlene Barclay (a multiple sclerosis sufferer and pensioner) Rachelle’s villa, and over the roof the villa of Brian and Margaret Freeman and even a corner of the villa of Phil and the late Mike Watkin-Jones. Of course it was always a nonsense claim by the bank since mine was originally intended for the builder and so was the last but one to be sold to members of the K5. The bottom is a photo of my pool which now looks like this and is enjoyed free of charge by the Kaders:

Looking at the grass it seems the bank family are taking full advantage of the well water on the K5 site, water that we had to pay Osman Karaman, husband of the sister of the landowner, through the nose for. Mains water did not become available for the first two years of ownership and normal tariff electricity was not available any of the time I lived there. The big joke being that until he was stopped, Osman had not right to charge us for the water. The biggest joke of all being that when we did get water, the Karsiyaka water authority allowed Osman Karaman (who was not employed by them) to fit the water meters. Strangely whenever I looked at his meter, it always registered very little, but I could hear the water going into his tank. He even removed the ball valve so that often it would overflow. Of course I would not dream of suggesting collusion but I sure as hell think it.

I will slap the first person who tells me ‘this is Cyprus’.

Pauline Read

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