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The High Administrative Court Upholds the Decision of the IPC to Add the TRNC Religious Foundation as a Party to the ‘Lordos’ Case
On 28th February 2014, the TRNC’s High Administrative Court upheld the decision of the Immovable Property Commission (IPC) in an Application submitted to the IPC by Andreas Lordos Estates to allow the Department for Religious Affairs, as the Trustee of a Turkish Religious Foundation, to be added as a party to the Application. >>>

Homosexual Sex Decriminalised
On 27th January 2014, the Parliament of the TRNC voted to change the law criminalising homosexual sex. >>>

The Dangers of DIY Wills
In recent years, as the global financial crisis has caused people everywhere to tighten their belts, we have seen more and more clients turning to so-called DIY wills in order to ‘save’ on legal fees. In reality, however, this is often false economy. This article explores the dangers of making a will without seeking proper legal advice. >>>

NMP Legal - Naomi Mehmet & Partners Facebook Page
Naomi Mehmet & Partners are now on Facebook. Clients can visit and ‘like’ our new Facebook page in order to receive our latest news and updates directly into their Facebook News Feed. >>>

Temporary reduction of Land Registry transfer fee now implemented
On 3rd April 2014, the Government's proposals to reduce the Land Registry transfer fees (usually payable by purchasers) from 3% to 1% in respect of a purchaser’s first transfer of title were implemented with immediate effect for a limited time until the end of August 2014. >>>

Government proposals to allow non-citizens to purchase up to 3 properties
On 12th February 2014, the Government announced plans to amend the current laws to allow non-citizens of the TRNC to purchase up to 3 properties, an increase from the current limit of 1 property... >>>

Proposed temporary reduction of Land Registry transfer fee payable on transfer of title
On 12th February, the Government announced plans to reduce the Land Registry transfer fees (usually payable by purchasers) from 3% to 1% in respect of a purchaser’s first transfer of title... >>>

Launch of Naomi Mehmet & Partners new interactive website design
At Naomi Mehmet & Partners, we are pleased to announce the launch of our new interactive website design in time for the new year of 2014... >>>

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