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The MPs are awaiting information from the Land Registry on the apartment buildings in Larnaca

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An update from the Land Registry in one week was requested by the members of the Parliamentary Committee on Refugees, which examined on Tuesday the status of three apartment buildings in Larnaca, after complaints heard about illegal interventions made in some apartments.

In his statements after the end of the Committee's session, its President and Member of Parliament of AKEL, stated that the jurisdictional status of the three apartment buildings in Larnaca was not clear.

As he explained, one belongs to the Turkish Cypriot Property Management Service and has an approved fund of €100,000 in its budget for repairs within 2024 and installation of a €30,000 elevator.

The second apartment building, noted Mr. Kettiros, was expropriated by the state and now belongs to the Department of Urban Planning. Regarding the third apartment building, which has not been expropriated, purchase and sale documents have been filed with the Land Registry, he said, adding that these documents have not been approved by the Turkish Cypriot Property Management Guardian, but no one is doing anything to clarify the status of the apartment building . “At the moment the situation is in limbo,” he said, noting that the Commission gave the authorities “one week to let us know what the final outcome will be with the apartment building in question”.

Also, referring to complaints about tenants of some apartments who have illegally intervened in other apartments by closing rooms or entire apartments, Mr. Kettiros said that “the services must understand that not everyone can do everything ,what he wants”.

He said, finally, that “there are people who need housing and this should be a priority”.

Source: KYPE

Source: reporter.com.cy

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