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A Guide to the Enforcement of Security in Cyprus

Companies incorporated in Cyprus are widely used in connection with structuring financing and other transactions. Typical structures involve a Cypriot holding company holding 100% shares in a foreign read more....

Human rights in Cyprus

Human Rights within the government of Cyprus have been developing like any other country. Whenever there is a reference to human rights in Cyprus the issue is not about the government violating the read more....

European Court of Human Rights - Case of Cyprus v. Turkey

THE COURT Preliminary issues Holds unanimously that it has jurisdiction to examine the preliminary issues raised in the proceedings before the Commission (paragraphs 56-58); Holds unanimously that read more....

Cyprus Offshore Banking Unit

An Offshore Banking Unit (now known as an International Banking Unit - IBU) is a Cypriot limited liability company, or a branch of a foreign bank, which has obtained a banking license from the Central read more....

Roof collapse: who’s to blame

ONE OF the first things you learn as a law student is that property is nine tenths of the law, giving a slight indication of the concerns of the first law-makers.As societies developed, the law read more....

Export control policy

The Cyprus Department of Customs and Excise responsibility in relation to export control aspects consists to the control of movement of goods at the entry /exit points of the Republic of Cyprus that read more....

Cyprus Work Permits

Work permits for foreigners are issued under the Alien and Immigration Laws and Regulations, by the Migration Office. Work permits are normally issued to foreigners only when no suitably qualified read more....

Cyprus,Hague convention on international child abduction

The Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction (hereafter the Convention) was adopted on October 24,1980, by the 14th Session of the Hague Conference on Private International Law read more....

European Court of Human Rights rules against Turkey

On the 24/6/2008 the European Court of Human Rights (Fourth Section), delivered two judgments - in the cases of Isaak v Turkey (application no. 44587/98) and Solomou v Turkey (no. 36832/97) - ordering read more....

Landmark decision of the Supreme Court of Cyprus

A land sale deal between a Greek Cypriot and a Turkish Cypriot has been declared null and void by the Supreme Court.The owner of the property located in the Paphos district, a Turkish Cypriot woman read more....

The fantasy and realities behind the ideal European law firm

The international strategies of mainland European firms explored in the previous article, coupled with the aggressive expansions outside of London by US and UK firms, clearly demonstrate that the read more....

Employment Law Briefing Winter 2008

The Employment team at FSI consider key developments in employment law in September and October 2008 in depth and the changes planned for the New Year.REDUNDANCYLength of service as a criterion for read more....

Protecting Your Firm Against Internet Threats and Strategies to Detect and Fight Cyber Crime

Everyone today is on high alert about the threats of Internet fraud, identity theft and white-collar crime — or if not, they should be. Internet criminals are constantly cultivating new tactics, and read more....

The Missing Cypriots

The humanitarian problem of the missing persons in Cyprus, could be described as the most tragic issue of all. Altogether 1,619 Greek Cypriots including civilians, women, children and old people - read more....

Israel: Stop Shelling Crowded Gaza City

Effect of 155mm Artillery Indiscriminate in Populated AreasJanuary 16, 2009 Jerusalem, January 16, 2009) - Israel's use of heavy artillery in residential areas of Gaza City violates the prohibition read more....

European Accession & Direct Effect

European Accession & Direct Effect  As of 1 May 2004, Cyprus, together with nine other countries, has been a full member of the European Union. Cypriots have always viewed the island's accession as a read more....

The Value of Intellectual Property Rights in Cyprus

The Value of Intellectual Property Rights in Cyprus:Intellectual property law covers a whole range of processes, ideas and inventions. It gives protection not only to the creators, owners and authors read more....

Cyprus regulation of electronic commercial communications

Cyprus regulation of electronic commercial communicationsElectronic commerce relates to Information Technology area and the laws applicable to IT issues also cover e-commerce. Cyprus has passed new read more....

Investment Services and Activities and Regulated Markets Law 144(1) 2007 (MIFID) in Cyprus

As of November 2007, Cyprus has been fully compliant with the Markets in (Financial Instruments Directive), known as MIFID. The legislation was passed on 25 November 2007 and published in the Cyprus read more....

Late Delivery of Immovable Property—Liquidated Damages Vs Penalty Clauses

As a buyer, you should be aware of the protection that is available to you in the event of the late delivery of the immovable property you have purchased and also some of the things you need to avoid read more....

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