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The long road to justice

By admin | January 26, 2020

Conor O’Dwyer is nothing if not tenacious. The British man has fought a 15-year battle with Cyprus’ justice system “Unfortunately, I don’t think I will ever be able to live in Cyprus, not after what’s happened to me,” Conor O’Dwyer told the Sunday Mail this week. “It breaks my heart because this country was the … Continue reading “The long road to justice”

Supreme court hears British man’s appeal in lengthy property dispute

By admin | January 24, 2020

Conor O’Dwyer, a British man who has been involved in a lengthy and exhausting court battle over a property he bought in the Famagusta district in 2005, presented his appeal to the supreme court in Nicosia on Friday morning. O’Dwyer appealed the case filed by developer company Christoforos Karayiannas and Son Ltd, who accused him … Continue reading “Supreme court hears British man’s appeal in lengthy property dispute”

After 15 years, British man hopes property fight is finally over

By admin | January 21, 2020

A tortuous 15-year fight over a dodgy property sale and defamation case may finally be coming to an end this Friday when the supreme court is due to hear a British man’s appeal. The appeal alone has taken nearly eight years to be heard. In 2005, Conor O’Dwyer bought a property in the Famagusta district … Continue reading “After 15 years, British man hopes property fight is finally over”

Our story so far

By admin | January 21, 2019

This letter from January 2019 to the High Commissioner for the Republic of Cyprus in London, is a comprehensive account of our plight. Dear Sir, Thank you for communicating on Twitter, for expressing interest in our situation and willingness to discuss in person. Below is a history of what led me to tell our story … Continue reading “Our story so far”