Thanks for your replies. Appreciate the time spent.
We do understand the Greek system (or lack of system) to a degree
My partner having a Greek Father is a lot more understanding than me, I used to fight the system and pull my hair out, I've learn't to shrug my shoulders now and just go with the flow! lol
I guess we are just really frustrated with the current state of play re the potential Brexit and our own personal loss of "Freedom of Movement", especially as we have invested in having 2 homes in Greece. Yes we still have a property in the UK but for the past 5 years we have spent greater than 6 months a year in Greece and it leaves us frustrated/nervous/anxious as to where it's going to leave us post 29th March or beyond.
How can UK Nationals that have residences (purchased properties) in Greece be told you can only spend 90 days of any 180 day period in them, it seems madness.
Yes, we are in a minority, because we are neither at pension age nor work, but are at a transition stage in lives where we choose to be financially self sufficient. We drive our UK registered car from the UK to Greece approx every April/May and drive back circa December/Jan, I know what some of you will say, but that's what we do, it's never been a problem to date.
Cheers Warwick, we will grab the Registration Cert upon our return there next month and see how it goes from there. We were/are hoping that the substantial proof to show we have been residing the majority of time in Greece may help us remain for more than 90 days at a time, Greek AFM's (had for 15+ years, no idea how we ended up with Greek ones lol), ownership of Greek properties (in fact this goes back 15 years, but weren't "permanent" back then), bank accounts for 20 years, tax returns, bills galore, KEP, Accountants, Tax office, Notary, Lawyer, they all know us well! lol
Anyway, see how all this plays out!