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By Nada Starovlah
The well-known aspect of independence and objectivity in expert witness has once again been confirmed in the recent case of EXP v Barker together with the importance of full and frank disclosure...
By Nada Starovlah
Recently, the law of Specific Performance relating to Property Sales of 2017 has entered into force and has amended article 12 of the Law of 2011 and 2012...
By Liza Bokova
Minister of Justice, Mr. Ionas Nicolaou and Members of Supreme Court had decided for the Commercial Court to be set up and become operational from the beginning of 2018.
By Liza Bokova
The NID rules have been introduced into our legal system in 2015 and provided that the corporate entities, including the PEs of foreign companies, shall be entitled to NID on their equity.
By Liza Bokova
On 14 July 2016, the House of Representatives approved changes to the Immovable Property Tax Law (the "Law").
By Liza Bokova
A promissory note is an unconditional promise made in writing by one person to another signed by the maker, engaging to pay on demand or at a fixed or determinable future time, a sum certain in money, to, or to the order of, a specified person or to bearer, as defined the Bills of Exchange CAP 262, Part IV Promissory Notes (the "Law"), s. 83 (1).
By Nada Starovlah
The issuance of a Norwich Pharmacal Order for the disclosure of documents and information, is an important tool in the hands of litigants because it permits a claimant to obtain information...
By Nada Starovlah
In the recent case of Reveille Independent LLC v Anotech International UK Ltd (2015)EWHC 726,the Court of Appeal found a written agreement to be binding despite the lack of a signature from one of the parties.
By Nada Starovlah
Hence its implementation plays a direct effect in Cyprus.
By Soteris Pittas
In a recent decision of the Cypriot Court of Appeal in COMMERZBANK –V- ADEONA, it has been inter alia held that the duty of disclosure of an applicant to an ex parte application...
By Evi Lamprou
A Convention, for the avoidance of double taxation and the prevention of fiscal evasion with respect to taxes on income, has been concluded between Cyprus and Latvia on 24 May 2016.
By Nada Starovlah
The new mechanism for enforcement and recognition aims in the quick recognition and enforcement of court judgments and interim measures of protection issued by Courts of Member States in other Member States.
By Nada Starovlah
In the English case of Derby& Co v Weldon (No3 and 4) (1990) Ch 65, the Court of Appeal held unequivocally that a court can order a defendant's assets to be frozen even if they are situated outside of the jurisdiction.
By Nada Starovlah
Several citizens of the Republic of Cyprus and one company which is based in Cyprus had claimed before the European Court of Justice compensation for the private deposits haircut in Cyprus which occurred in 2013.
By Nada Starovlah
In an attempt to speed up the administration of justice and become more efficient, the Supreme Court has made a number of changes to the Civil Procedure Rules in particular Rules 25 and 30...
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