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Supreme Court Rejects Appeal Against Detention Order In Sexual Assault Case
The defendant in a recent case before the Larnaca Permanent Assize Court was accused of raping a Danish student in Oroklini village in the Larnaca area on 1 October 2018 in violation of Articles 144 and 145 of the Criminal Code.
Cyprus
21 Aug 2019
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Court Examines Validity Of Lawyer's Sworn Affidavit Provided On Behalf Of Clients As Part Of Interim Application
The Larnaca District Court recently issued a decision on the validity of a sworn affidavit by a lawyer on behalf of his clients in the context of an interim application based on Articles 82 to 90
Cyprus
15 Aug 2019
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Objectivity Versus Practicality: Adding A Third Party To An Action
And thirdly, it is directed to saving the extra expense which would be involved by two independent actions.
Cyprus
8 Aug 2019
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Interim Injunctions: Submission Of Recognisance By Lawyer On Client's Behalf
In a first-instance judgment, the Supreme Court of Cyprus examined the meaning of 'recognisance' under the Civil Procedure Law (Section 9(2) of Cap 6).
Cyprus
31 Jul 2019
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Methods Of Enforcement Of An Arbitral Award In The Republic Of Cyprus
A successful party in an arbitration may find the losing party unwilling to honor the arbitral award
Cyprus
31 Jul 2019
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Dismissal Of Application Due To Delay In Implementing Enforcement Measures
The debtor paid various amounts between 31 May 1993 and 18 October 1999.
Cyprus
25 Jul 2019
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Inherent Jurisdiction Of Cypriot Court To Stay Enforcement Proceedings Of An Arbitral Award
In the leading Appellate case, Attorney General of The Republic of Kenya -v- Bank Fur Arbeit & Wirtschaft AG (1999), the Supreme Court of Cyprus held inter alia, that Cypriot Courts do have inherent jurisdiction...
Cyprus
24 Jul 2019
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Supreme Court examines Article IV Of New York Convention Overturning First Instance Judgment
In a recent Supreme Court case, the court examined whether the first instance judge as was the allegation of the appellants, erroneously concluded that the requirements under Article IV(1)(a) were not fulfilled.
Cyprus
18 Jul 2019
9
Who Has Locus Standi To Bring Derivative Actions In Cyprus?
Therefore, the plaintiff's allegations in relation to conspiracy and deceit were dismissed without being examined.
Cyprus
17 Jul 2019
10
Locus Standing Of A Foreign Liquidator Or Foreign Court Appointed Interim Receiver To File Courts Proceedings Before Cyprus Court
The Supreme Court of Cyprus in the leading case SEAMARK -V- LASALA, has inter alia held that under Cypriot law it is not prerequisite
Cyprus
8 Jul 2019
11
Admissibility Of Digital Evidence In Court
The main repositories of digital evidence are computers, storage devices, telephones, networks, cloud servers and emails.
Cyprus
5 Jul 2019
12
2019 Global Survey On The Commercialisation Of Disputes
Mr Stavros Pavlou, Senior and Managing Partner, and Mr Theodoros Symeonides, Senior Associate, provide the Cyprus overview in Brown Rudnick's 2019 Global Survey to the Commercialisation of Disputes.
Cyprus
3 Jul 2019
13
Defamation Law In Cyprus
Defamation involves the making in oral or written way of a false statement that damages the reputation of an individual or company.
Cyprus
27 Jun 2019
14
Minority Shareholder Protection In Cyprus
This fraud might involve wrong being committed against the company and/or individual minority shareholders.
Cyprus
27 Jun 2019
15
Limitation Periods For Actions In Cyprus
Any cause of action which occurs after the 1st of January 2016, the limitation period starts to run from that day.
Cyprus
25 Jun 2019
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Introduction To Personal Injury Law In Cyprus
Personal Injury is a broad concept which may cover any type of physical, mental and emotional harm that is suffered by a person due to the wrongful act or omission of another person.
Cyprus
19 Jun 2019
17
Enforcement Of Foreign Judgements – Cyprus Chapter
The Republic of Cyprus has a national system of justice which is enforced uniformly throughout the government-controlled area of the country.
Cyprus
19 Jun 2019
18
Limits To Extension Of The Arbitration Agreement In Cyprus
As a rule, arbitration is ‘a creature of contract' and the proper parties to arbitration are those who have concluded an arbitration agreement or a wider contract containing one.
Cyprus
18 Jun 2019
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Cypriot Courts Do Not Have Jurisdiction To Grant Anti-Suit Injunctions In Aid Of Arbitral Proceedings Pursuant To Section 9 Of Law 101/87 (Uncitral Model Law).
The Supreme Court of Cyprus granted a prerogative order of Certiorari quashing an anti-suit injunction blocking a Cypriot Company
Cyprus
17 Jun 2019
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The Arbitral Claim In Whose Support Interim Relief Has Been Granted As Per Section 9 Of Law 101/87 By Cypriot Courts, Shall Be Filed Within Reasonable Time
In the case CFG CAPITAL PARTNERS LTD –V- VANISTELROY HOLDINGS LTD & OTHERS, the District Court of Nicosia cancelled interim injunctions issued pursuant to Section 9 of the Law 101/87 ...
Cyprus
31 May 2019
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