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Decrease of the applications to the “immovable property commission” in 2015

Decrease of the applications to the “immovable property commission” in 2015

Turkish Cypriot daily Kibrisli newspaper (03.01.16) reported that the interest for the “immovable property commission” established by Turkey in the occupied area of the Republic of Cyprus is continuously decreasing. The number of the Greek Cypriot refugees who applied to the “commission” for their occupied properties was 375 in 2014 and decreased to 182 in

Up to 5% of all Greek Cypriot properties in the north undeclared, MPs hear

Delays in issuing refugee ID cards and undeclared or disputed properties may result in the loss of up to 5 per cent of all properties in the north of the island, the House refugees committee heard on Wednesday. Speaking to reporters after a committee session, chairwoman Skevi Koukouma said that the criteria for issuing refugee

The people are solving the Cyprob themselves

By Loucas Charalambous THE IMMOVABLE Property Commission operating in the north has so far paid out a total of €240 million in compensation to Greek Cypriots for properties in the occupied area, Phileleftheros reported on Tuesday. This amount, according to the paper, related to 619 applications for compensation that had been examined and approved so

North buys Greek Cypriot property worth €240m

The occupation regime’s ‘Immovable Property Commission’ has spent €240 million on purchasing Greek Cypriot land in the occupied areas since being established nine years ago. The occupation regime has indicated it believes the commission is the most effective means of solving the complicated property issue within an eventual solution to the Cyprus Problem. According to