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We are have used our lawyer to aplly for the PTP. I ve just be told we could of done this ourselves. What are the normal costs charged by the lawyer for this type of work?

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£1,000 or £2,000 - anything that they think that they can get from a foreigner...

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Either do yourself or get a noter to do for you. Very much cheaper than any lawyer!

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IPA wrote:
Thu 26 Nov 2020 7:47 pm
We are have used our lawyer to aplly for the PTP. I ve just be told we could of done this ourselves. What are the normal costs charged by the lawyer for this type of work?

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I use a company called Borak Law Firm -[email protected]- 05338472021

A Chap called Ahmet, speaks English of course!.

Give them a call you might be pleasantly surprised, tell them David from wines of the world gave you his details.

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If you use a lawyer for the whole purchase process then it will include PTP application and help with transfer of title deeds for around £1500, a small price to pay for peace of mind and help navigating the bureaucracy!

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We sought peace of mind when we engaged “lawyers” 14 years ago in 2006 .We are still awaiting Kokan and peace of mind.

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Post by PoshinDevon »

We used a “lawyer” (Advocate) when purchasing our property. Whilst I understand the frustration of some, I will say that our lawyer did a good job, property purchase went smoothly, PTP took a little longer but no issues and once completed we received our Kocan. All included in the price.

I have been told that using a Noter for things like PTP, Wills etc is often a cheaper option and worth investigating.
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My TC friend has helped many people to apply for PTP. She will go with you to Lefkoşa to apply in person. You will need to take the following documents:

A kocan of the land at least
Site plan
Photo copy of applicant's passport
UK police report
Stamp money

She charges £50. Please PM for her contact info.

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