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compensation commission ECHR recognizes NC Compensation Commission
Awarding a Greek Cypriot refugee 800,000 Euros in damages on Thursday 7th December, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has given authority to the TRNC Immovable Property Commission to process future cases. In the high profile Myra Xenides-Arestis case, the ECHR also awarded 50,000 Euros for non-pecuniary damage and 35,000 Euros for costs and expenses...>>

Oram's Case

Oram's case
The dispute over title deed to land on which a British couple (Mr. and Mrs. Oram) had purchased a villa in 2003 has been resolved in their favour by a British judge. This has had an immediate beneficial effect on property values in the north of the island.The background to the dispute is that in 1974 the land was owned by a Greek Cypriot...>>


Wills in North Cyprus Wills and succession law in North Cyprus
A question frequently asked by foreign national is, ”if we do not make a will, when we die, does our property in Northern Cyprus go to the TRNC government instead of to our wife, children or other relatives? The answer to this question is categorically No. If you do not make a will, your property is inherited by your surviving spouse and your legitimate children... >>

 

 


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