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        All of you be careful when it comes to obtaining an EOT licence for your house.
        On a shared property (by lets say 2 owners) a licence may be obtained only when both of them apply to EOT. In the case that only one of them applies the licence will never be obtained.

        A friend of mine was told that he alone can apply to EOT (two owners sharing on an horizontal property regime), and an amount of his money is being taken with the reassurance that everything goes on fine. He is even told that he has passed successfully the first stage of EOT.

        The first stage is nothing more than the application procedure to the EOT office in Heraklion.
        The application process is simple; one may present to the EOT office the file with all the documents or some of them, and get the protocol number with the promise to send the missing papers later on.

        Yes that’s what the protocol number really is, just a receipt of application, nothing more.

        To my experience, after that, another reason is being invented, the actual licence is never obtained and the client never gets to know the true reason.

        As soon as I got to know this I went furious about it and I thought I should let you all know.  


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