CT Bars Association organizes IPC Workshop
Date Added: 03 April 2024

The Cyprus Turkish Bars Association organized a workshop for the Immovable Property Commission (IPC), bringing together all stakeholders involved in the process.

The workshop aimed to discuss mutual positions on the Commission and emphasize its importance as a domestic remedy for property issues.

The President of the Bars Association, Hasan Esendağlı, highlighted the significance of the workshop in confirming the authorities’ support for the commission and its activities.

Ms. Növber Ferit Vechi, the President of the Immovable Property Commission, mentioned the lobbying efforts in Strasbourg to question the Commission’s effectiveness.

She also shared that there have been 7,534 applications to the Commission, with 1,748 cases concluded and a total of £436,220,621 compensation awarded for 1,500 applications.

Also speaking Attorney General Sarper Altıncık stressed the commission’s vital role in resolving the country’s property problem and called for swift and positive contributions from all parties involved.

Minister of Interior Dursun Oğuz spoke about the government’s efforts and plans to increase the effectiveness of the IPC, while Minister of Finance Özdemir Berova expressed the importance of the commission’s acceptance by the European Court of Human Rights as a domestic law.