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Claims to Immovable Property Commission can reach 6000 mark


Claims to Immovable Property Commission can reach 6000 mark


Statistics show that the number of applications filed by Greek Cypriots to the Immovable Propetry Commission will exceed 6,000 by the end of this year. According to the June bulletin, the number of applications has now reached 5,017, 650 of which were filed in the first five months of 2013. So far, 502 of the claims, about the 14 million square meters of land in Northern Cyprus, were filed by Greek Cypriots. Compensation in the amount of 119.3 million GBP was agreed.
Immovable Property Commission began accepting applications in 2006, and only 100 Greek Cypriots applied to the organization to receive the cost of their land in Northern Cyprus. In 2007, the Commission received 76 applications, and 70 in 2008. The number of claims has increased to 397 in 2010.

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13.06.2013

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