FOREIGN TRESPASSERS and illegal developers of Greek Cypriot properties in the north were warned in no uncertain terms yesterday that "the party is over" by the lawyer for Melitis
Apostolides in the Orams case.
The volatile components of Melitis
DOZENS OF tourists who stayed in the Dome Hotel in Kyrenia face being sued for trespass, after the building's Greek Cypriot owners decided to seek legal redress, Constantis Candounas, lawyer for Melitis
Apostolides, said yesterday."It's just been decided that the owners of the Dome Hotel in Kyrenia will be suing tourists that have trespassed on the hotel.
BRITONS Linda and David Orams must demolish the home they built on Greek Cypriot refugee Melitis
Apostolides' land in Lapithos and return the property to him, the UK Court of Appeal ruled yesterday.
MYSTERY surrounded the outcome of the Orams property dispute yesterday - despite a verdict having already been handed down to the Orams' London-based legal team and lawyers representing dispossessed Greek Cypriot refugee Melitis
On Thursday, it was the turn of British couple Linda and David Orams' lawyers to tell the court why they believed their clients should keep the house they built on land owned by refugee Melitis
Apostolides and his family.
Apostolides' lawyer Constantis Candounas will tomorrow present his arguments as to why an earlier Nicosia court ruling, that the Orams hand the property back to Apostolides and pay punitive damages and back rent, be upheld.