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Turkey no longer to fund IPC.

Postby Jerry » Wed Jun 18, 2014 10:13 pm

According to the Cyprus Mail the Immovable Property Commission is losing its funding from Turkey,
http://cyprus-mail.com/2014/06/18/north ... -of-money/ . Can Turkey really not afford to compensate for stolen property or is it a cunning ploy to affect the current talks? Is the "trnc" now obliged to offer the other two remedies, restitution and exchange? Is Erdo turning the screws on the "trnc"?
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Re: Turkey no longer to fund IPC.

Postby Kikapu » Thu Jun 19, 2014 12:40 pm

Jerry wrote:According to the Cyprus Mail the Immovable Property Commission is losing its funding from Turkey,
http://cyprus-mail.com/2014/06/18/north ... -of-money/ . Can Turkey really not afford to compensate for stolen property or is it a cunning ploy to affect the current talks? Is the "trnc" now obliged to offer the other two remedies, restitution and exchange? Is Erdo turning the screws on the "trnc"?


I think Turkey is telling ALL those occupying stolen GC properties that "Free Lunch" is over.

It could also be for Turkey trying to financially force the Illegal Alien settlers to return back to Turkey on their own slowly before returning back in large numbers all at once after a settlement, where most of these settlers won't be able to pay rent to the GCs for living in their stolen properties.

It could also be to have these stolen GC properties vacated by the "kept parasites", so that they can be re-sold to foreigners to bring in much needed cash to the north.

Perhaps Turkey is getting ready to sign the Visa Free Travel with the EU, which would make ALL the Illegal Alien settlers in the north eligible to be returned back to Turkey by force, therefore, Turkey is starting the motion to take them back by causing financial hardship on the Illegal Alien settlers..
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Re: Turkey no longer to fund IPC.

Postby kurupetos » Thu Jun 19, 2014 12:50 pm

Jerry wrote:According to the Cyprus Mail the Immovable Property Commission is losing its funding from Turkey,
http://cyprus-mail.com/2014/06/18/north ... -of-money/ . Can Turkey really not afford to compensate for stolen property or is it a cunning ploy to affect the current talks? Is the "trnc" now obliged to offer the other two remedies, restitution and exchange? Is Erdo turning the screws on the "trnc"?

That proves why GCs should have stayed away from this so called "IMP". :x
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Re: Turkey no longer to fund IPC.

Postby Lordo » Thu Jun 19, 2014 12:55 pm

they just realised that they have more than enough property in the south to exchange with, payments will not be necessary.
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Re: Turkey no longer to fund IPC.

Postby Kikapu » Thu Jun 19, 2014 1:41 pm

Lordo wrote:they just realised that they have more than enough property in the south to exchange with, payments will not be necessary.


So why charge the occupants of the stolen GC properties 25% tax (on the value of the property I assume)?
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Re: Turkey no longer to fund IPC.

Postby Get Real! » Thu Jun 19, 2014 1:48 pm

I love it! Turkey makes a complete fool of the European court… should’ve listened to the RoC you fucking incompetent slackers!
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Re: Turkey no longer to fund IPC.

Postby Jerry » Thu Jun 19, 2014 7:26 pm

Carpetbaggers forum are questioning the truth of the report. Judging by the way they are treated by the "trnc courts" they probably realise that they will be the first ones to be forced to cough up the 25% - must be shitting themselves. No doubt the local TCs will have cousins somewhere in the system who will get them off the hook.
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Re: Turkey no longer to fund IPC.

Postby repulsewarrior » Thu Jun 19, 2014 8:00 pm

...it risks another case going to the ECHR, where it will be a question, is the IPC an effective local remedy?

...in any case, Turkey admitted guilt, in that they accepted blame. they may be doing as the court offers (lol) as an alternative, wait, a political settlement is expected. likely, what cases that can be settled, essentially without money, will be processed, others will be delayed; the numbers, in terms of statistics will likely be encouraging just the same.
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Re: Turkey no longer to fund IPC.

Postby DT. » Thu Jun 19, 2014 8:28 pm

Jerry wrote:Carpetbaggers forum are questioning the truth of the report. Judging by the way they are treated by the "trnc courts" they probably realise that they will be the first ones to be forced to cough up the 25% - must be shitting themselves. No doubt the local TCs will have cousins somewhere in the system who will get them off the hook.


Just out of curiosity :mrgreen:

Where is the carpetbaggers forum?
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Re: Turkey no longer to fund IPC.

Postby repulsewarrior » Thu Jun 19, 2014 8:41 pm

...it may be in reaction to the latest Court ruling, against Turkey. although she may ignore the damage that must be paid, the Decision makes it very clear that time does not erase the wrong, regardless, Justice must be seen. if this is the case, the IPC may be a part of the solution, for Turkey, but it does not solve the issues entirely, therefore I sense Turkey does not want to pay (for land), when they know (for damage), they will have to pay again.
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