Cyprus Property News + Orams Case
British Stars Debut at Kyrenia’s Amphitheatre – Performers from London’s West End stages will be debuting at Kyrenia’s Amphitheatre on Saturday 22 May 2010.
Here at Fraser Meridies we receive daily requests for long term rental properties and despite the fact that we run a successful rentals business already, we always need more, good quality properties on our books!….
Human rights group Embargoed! welcomed today’s ruling by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), which upheld that the Immovable Property Commission (IPC) in North Cyprus was an “accessible and effective” local remedy for Greek Cypriot refugees….
A Great victory for the TRNC in the European courts. On the 1st of March 2010 the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) accepted that the ‘Independent Property Commission’ (IPC) set up by Turkey and TRNC in 2005 is able to provide an effective solution….
Turkish foreign policy will probably have a different outlook regarding the Cyprus issue by 2010 if reunification talks on the island fail…..
ANKARA (A.A) – Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) said Tuesday the British Court of Appeals’ latest decision on the Orams case was “thought provoking” from many perspectives……
Commenting on yesterday’s Court of Appeal ruling that David and Linda Orams have to surrender their land in northern Cyprus to its original Greek Cypriot owner, Liberal Democrat European justice & human rights spokeswoman and London MEP Sarah Ludford said:……
The “Tonight” programme entitled “Mediterranean Nightmare” (ITV1 5th June 2009 20:00-20:30) was a shoddy piece of journalism
The programme gave the impression, with footage of bulldozers at work, that the Orams case is about houses being demolished. It is not.
The Presidential Spokesman Hasan Ercakica has said that the judgment of the European Court of Justice will have an adverse effect on both the TRNC’s economy as well as the ongoing negotiations process.
He, however, said that Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, which he added possessed political and legal tools, will be able to minimize the affects of the judgment through economic measures.
The EU’s top court has backed the right of a Greek Cypriot to reclaim land in Turkish-controlled northern Cyprus that has since been sold to a UK couple.
This was the headline statement as a result of the European Court decision on the Orams case. The headline backs the original court judgment made 4/5 years ago and this judgment was exactly as expected from one EU court, namely in the Republic of Cyprus and the EU’s top court.