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With a proposed law, the Parliamentary Committee on Refugees aims to regulate the issue of the non-granting of property titles to refugees who built houses on halitic land, mainly in the 80s, with the guidance of state services. b>

According to the current legislation, it is prohibited to grant titles for houses built on gravel land and this issue was discussed on Tuesday at the Refugee Committee with the aim of finding a proper regulation and treatment.

The President of the Committee, Nikos Kettiros, said after the meeting that although the legislation does not allow the granting of state land for the construction of a residence, he noted that this is not just any case and that it is a situation after the war where each refugee tried to house the his family offstage.

He stated that a working document will be prepared on a proposed law to see how the issue is regulated and how property titles are assigned to people whom the state itself has indicated to build on carpeted land.

Inside the meeting, Mr. Kettiros was mentioned in the case of a refugee who built, as he complains in a letter at the suggestion of the provincial land registry office, in 1978 on carpeted land in Strovolos and now the Land Registry refuses to restore it and issue him a title deed.

A spokesman for the Ministry of the Interior stated that he is not aware of the specific case, but there are indeed cases of construction on pieces of state land mainly around 1980 and that an effort was made to identify them, but it is unclear with what permission the green light for construction was given, who guided the decision and that there is nothing in writing about the construction.

He also said that 40 cases are registered in Nicosia, 1 in Larnaca and 2 in Paphos.

He also mentioned that based on existing legislation in some cases a lifetime license was given but not a title deed.  The Ministry of Interior spokeswoman said that when there are such requests they are considered on a case-by-case basis, but applicants are told that they must first contact the care service for any other plans that exist for housing.

Mr Kettiros insisted on the fact that many built on carpeted land at the suggestion of the Land Registry and the representative of the Ministry of Internal Affairs said that there is no evidence and nothing official to guide refugees to build outside self-housing settlements. war, the situation was difficult and that this gap must be regulated by legislation and to protect the world that built on carpet land. based on the existing legislation.

DISY MP Giorgos Karoullas said that the goal is not to create a new category of refugees but to find that method and way to restore them.

Source: www.reporter.com.cy

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