Find out about the laws within the TRNC: Residency, Home Ownership, Work Permits, Visa's, Licenses, Speeding...etc.
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I bought a property 50/50 with partner but not named on anything. What can we do to correct this for protection especially due to new visa rules.
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I would suggest seek advice from a reputable TRNC Lawyer, preferably through qualified recommendation. I don't know the actual procedure, if indeed there is one, however someone will be long soon no-doubt with some info. How did the "error" occur in the first place, if you don't mind my asking? Were you planning to buy a second property in the other name at some stage as we were initially?
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Unless you are legally married you cannot just change the names on a title deed you will effectively have to sell half to your partner & pay the resulting taxes which IMHO will not be worth the cost.
I am sure I have read that the Immigration department are recognising non married couples for residence purposes anyway.
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Who,s name is on the contracts then . There had to be some bodies