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Merger Control
6.
Appeal
6.1
Can the parties appeal the authority’s decision? If so, which decisions of the authority can be appealed (eg, all decisions or just the final decision) and what sort of appeal will the reviewing court or tribunal conduct (eg, will it be limited to errors of law or will it conduct a full review of all facts and evidence)?
 
Cyprus
The decisions of the Commission for the Protection of Competition (CPC) are administrative executive acts. An aggrieved party with a legitimate interest that seeks to annul a CPC decision has the right to pursue an administrative recourse. In exercising its powers, the court will assess, among other things:

  • the actions or failure of the CPC;
  • whether sufficient reasons have been provided for the decision; and
  • whether any equality and impartiality principles have been breached.
For more information about this answer please contact: Anastasios Antoniou from Antoniou McCollum & Co. LLC
6.2
Can third parties appeal the authority’s decision, and if so, in what circumstances?
 
Cyprus
The decisions of the CPC may be appealed by third parties, provided that such third parties have a legitimate interest.

For more information about this answer please contact: Anastasios Antoniou from Antoniou McCollum & Co. LLC