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By Anastasios Antoniou, Aquilina Demetriadi
Monopolies and abuses of market power are regulated exclusively under the Protection of Competition Law 13(I)/2008, as amended by Law 41(I)/2014.
By Anastasios Antoniou, Aquilina Demetriadi
The Control of Concentrations Between Undertakings of 2014 (the Law) is the legislative instrument regulating concentrations in Cyprus.
By Anastasios Antoniou, Aquilina Demetriadi
The process of litigation in Cyprus takes place in the Republic's civil courts and is governed by the Civil Procedure Rules.
By Anastasios Antoniou, Aquilina Demetriadi
We explore the general legal aspects of the conflicting positions between Cyprus and Turkey relating to Cyprus' exclusive economic zone and the exploration for natural gas.
By Anastasios Antoniou
The House of Representatives, the Parliament of the Republic of Cyprus, has on the 31st of May, 2012, passed a new statute titled The Protection of Cyprus Flag Ships from Acts of Piracy and other Unlawful Acts Law 77(I) 2012 ("the Law").
By Anastasios Antoniou
Under the Trade Mark Law, a trade mark may be comprised of names, words, logos, symbols, numbers, designs, images, the shape of goods, colours, sounds and smells or the combination of a number of these elements that constitute a sign.
By Anastasios Antoniou
The Protection of Competition Law 13(I)/2008 (the Law) is the applicable legislation in Cyprus.
By Anastasios Antoniou
Cyprus has found itself at the epicentre of the oil and gas industry due to the recent discovery of hydrocarbons within its Exclusive Economic Zone and the wider potential emerging in relation to natural resources exploitation in the Eastern Mediterranean region.
By Anastasios Antoniou
Arbitration Or Other EU Proceedings Cypriot courts have a fully established judicial power to grant interim orders over various issues with an international effect
By Anastasios Antoniou
The Control of Concentrations Between Undertakings No. 22(I) of 1999 (the Law) is the legislative instrument regulating concentrations in Cyprus.
By Anastasios Antoniou
Cyprus Investment Firms (CIF) are companies established in Cyprus and licensed by CySEC to provide one or more investment services to third parties or/and perform one or more investment activities under the applicable laws and regulations.
By Anastasios Antoniou
The Protection of Competition Law 13(I)/2008 ("the Law") is the applicable legislation in Cyprus. The Law has incorporated the provisions of Council Regulation 1/2003 into the national legal order and has re-established the Commission for the Protection of Competition ("CPC"), which is the competent body for the enforcement of the legislation.
By Anastasios Antoniou
Cyprus Private Investment Funds, known as private International Collective Investment Schemes (ICIS), are private funds that can be formed under the laws of Cyprus.
By Anastasios Antoniou
Cypriot courts have a fully established judicial power to grant interim orders over various issues with an international effect. Namely, the Cypriot legal order has incorporated the power of the courts to issue freezing orders towards protecting assets in risk of alienation or towards preserving a status quo of assets pending the final and conclusive determination of the relevant proceedings.
By Anastasios Antoniou
Cyprus fully recognizes the possibility that minority shareholders in a Company may become oppressed or unfairly prejudiced against on behalf of the controlling or majority shareholders and/or the board of the Company.