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Re: help locating title deeds

Postby B25 » Tue Jul 18, 2017 12:12 pm

Get Real! wrote:Had it been possible then imagine a situation where you have an uncle who owns a debt-ridden hotel… he could just go write it in your name and pass his debt onto you!


GR, I understand what you are trying to say, but a debt ridden anything cannot be transferred, as it would have been mortgage at a bank and they would not release it without payment. :wink:

Property can be transferred without your presence, you need to grant Power of Attorney to the person doing the transfer and it gets done.

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Re: help locating title deeds

Postby Mulhollland67 » Tue Jul 18, 2017 1:07 pm

Thank you for that link it will be very helpful
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Re: help locating title deeds

Postby Get Real! » Tue Jul 18, 2017 2:00 pm

B25 wrote:
Get Real! wrote:Had it been possible then imagine a situation where you have an uncle who owns a debt-ridden hotel… he could just go write it in your name and pass his debt onto you!


GR, I understand what you are trying to say, but a debt ridden anything cannot be transferred, as it would have been mortgage at a bank and they would not release it without payment. :wink:

Property can be transferred without your presence, you need to grant Power of Attorney to the person doing the transfer and it gets done.

It goes without saying that you can grant a representative legal permission to act on your behalf, but the fact still remains that such things cannot take place without your involvement/permission.
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Re: help locating title deeds

Postby Get Real! » Tue Jul 18, 2017 2:09 pm

CBBB wrote:https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/cyprus-list-of-lawyers

Love how my browser opens all these documents in Ms Office online while browsers that have been around for decades still can’t handle Ms Office documents and start downloading! :lol:

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Google Chrome... utterly useless! :lol:
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Re: help locating title deeds

Postby Mulhollland67 » Tue Jul 18, 2017 10:01 pm

Thank you for that link it will be very helpful
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Re: help locating title deeds

Postby johnny1 » Wed Jul 19, 2017 2:27 am

Oceanside50 wrote:
Get Real! wrote:For those who don't get it...

Nobody can transfer property in your name without your approval and presence to accept it.

Had it been possible then imagine a situation where you have an uncle who owns a debt-ridden hotel… he could just go write it in your name and pass his debt onto you!

Therefore, your agreement and presence are necessary if the title deeds are to be transferred in your name so it’s therefore impossible for someone to have “inherited” something; like he claims, without already having the title deeds!

Hence the… “Utter nonsense” I initially posted which was correct.

What he probably should be asking is… “How do I claim an inheritance?” in which case only a lawyer can act on his behalf.


There's ways GR...I've seen it happen.. it's extremely underhanded and illegal but the loop hole is still there

what ways?
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Re: help locating title deeds

Postby Oceanside50 » Fri Jul 21, 2017 2:25 am

johnny1 wrote:
Oceanside50 wrote:
Get Real! wrote:For those who don't get it...

Nobody can transfer property in your name without your approval and presence to accept it.

Had it been possible then imagine a situation where you have an uncle who owns a debt-ridden hotel… he could just go write it in your name and pass his debt onto you!

Therefore, your agreement and presence are necessary if the title deeds are to be transferred in your name so it’s therefore impossible for someone to have “inherited” something; like he claims, without already having the title deeds!

Hence the… “Utter nonsense” I initially posted which was correct.

What he probably should be asking is… “How do I claim an inheritance?” in which case only a lawyer can act on his behalf.


There's ways GR...I've seen it happen.. it's extremely underhanded and illegal but the loop hole is still there

what ways


A Cypriot woman living abroad had given a power of attorney to someone in Cyprus, the woman abroad suddenly died, the person with the power of attorney , signed a document that transferred a property the dead woman owned, needless to say the Cypriot woman's death was never declared in cyprus...
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Re: help locating title deeds

Postby B25 » Fri Jul 21, 2017 8:12 am

Oceanside50 wrote:
johnny1 wrote:
Oceanside50 wrote:
Get Real! wrote:For those who don't get it...

Nobody can transfer property in your name without your approval and presence to accept it.

Had it been possible then imagine a situation where you have an uncle who owns a debt-ridden hotel… he could just go write it in your name and pass his debt onto you!

Therefore, your agreement and presence are necessary if the title deeds are to be transferred in your name so it’s therefore impossible for someone to have “inherited” something; like he claims, without already having the title deeds!

Hence the… “Utter nonsense” I initially posted which was correct.

What he probably should be asking is… “How do I claim an inheritance?” in which case only a lawyer can act on his behalf.


There's ways GR...I've seen it happen.. it's extremely underhanded and illegal but the loop hole is still there

what ways


A Cypriot woman living abroad had given a power of attorney to someone in Cyprus, the woman abroad suddenly died, the person with the power of attorney , signed a document that transferred a property the dead woman owned, needless to say the Cypriot woman's death was never declared in cyprus...


Yes, criminal activities can happen, but it's not the way to go.
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Re: help locating title deeds

Postby Oceanside50 » Mon Jul 31, 2017 5:41 pm

Soon the attorney general will have a visit... there's been a recent law in Cyprus concerning statutes of limitations . How will those laws affect this situation?
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Re: help locating title deeds

Postby B25 » Mon Jul 31, 2017 8:54 pm

Statues of limitation refer to breaches of contracts and such like. They are not relevant for criminal activities.

You cannot kill someone and get away with it because of the passage of time for instance.
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