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... and my interpretation works better if you insert the word μόνο before μετά. I don't think it really matters here whether it's from Greece or Cyprus, it's just all this "attachment" and "separation" business that isn't very clear...
Is it just me, or does this construction seem a bit odd? I'm inclined to take it as "but in the case of xxxxx, only after xxxx" (i.e. it can be an "object of theft" only after separation from the property....
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Explanation: '"only if" would sound ok, I think.
Antonia Keratsa Local time: 06:24 Native speaker of: Greek PRO pts in category: 8