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Shipping, Yes, But Cyprus Also Has The Potential To Become A Preferred Jurisdiction For Aircraft Registrations Within The EU
Aviation experts will say a country's gold standard for registering aircraft, be it commercial or private, is high regulatory standards, a high level of service, a quality reputation, and an attractive simplified tax regime.
Cyprus
8 Oct 2019
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Brexit's Potential Impact On Shipping In Cyprus
On 29 March 2017 the United Kingdom notified the European Council of its intention to leave the European Union in accordance with Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union.
Cyprus
22 Aug 2019
3
New Policy On Registering Vessels In Cyprus Register Of Ships
On 23 May 2019 the Deputy Ministry of Shipping via Circular 10/2019 updated its policy on the eligibility of ships registered under the Cyprus flag.
Cyprus
14 Jun 2019
4
New Form Introduced For Safety Management And Port Facility Security Requirements
On 21 March 2019 the Deputy Ministry of Shipping announced its decision to replace the International Safety Management Code form required by Circular 27/2006 and the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code C-1 form ...
Cyprus
9 May 2019
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Can A Driver Be Responsible For The Death Of A Passenger With Heart Problems?
Undoubtedly, the cause of the accident was the loss of control of the vehicle of the accused, precisely because of the fatigue and dizziness he suffered.
Cyprus
9 May 2019
6
International Safety Management Code –Instructions For Recognised Organisations
The new publication replaces a previous version published in 2006 and recognised organisations are required to implement its terms and conditions immediately.
Cyprus
25 Apr 2019
7
Safety Zone In Cyprus's Exclusive Economic Zone And Continental Shelf – Stena Icemax
Under the Exclusive Economic Zone and the Continental Shelf Laws 2004 and 2014, Cyprus has sovereign rights.
Cyprus
8 Feb 2019
8
Amendments To The Code Of The Maritime Labour Convention Enter Into Force
On 11 January 2019 the Deputy Ministry of Shipping (DMS) issued a notification to registered owners, charterers, managers and representatives of ships flying the Cyprus ...
Cyprus
4 Feb 2019
9
Entry Into Force Of The 2016 Amendments To The Code Of The Maritime Labour Convention Of 2006
Following their adoption, the amendments entered into force on 8 January 2019.
Cyprus
24 Jan 2019
10
Tonnage Tax – Maintenance Of Prescribed Levels Of EU-Flagged Vessels
According to the ministry's calculations, the global share of EU-flagged ships has decreased in comparison with 2016 in all sectors.
Cyprus
24 Jan 2019
11
Tonnage Tax: Countries Whose Ships Are Subject To Surcharge - December 2018
In order to promote its objective of improving the quality of Cyprus shipping, the Merchant Shipping (Fees and Taxing Provisions) Law of 2010 imposes a surcharge on the tonnage tax payable on qualifying vessels ...
Cyprus
20 Dec 2018
12
Publication Of Latest Central Bank Of Cyprus Ship Management Survey
Cyprus is one of the world's most important locations for ship management, with around 60 ship management companies operating in its territory, several of which rank among the largest
Cyprus
23 Nov 2018
13
Entry Into Force For Cyprus Of The Ballast Water Management Convention
The Cyprus DMS has announced that the International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships' Ballast Water and Sediments will enter into force for the Republic of Cyprus on 8 November 2018 pursuant to...
Cyprus
11 Oct 2018
14
English Translation Of Merchant Shipping Law Made Available
The Deputy Ministry of Shipping has announced that an English translation of the Merchant Shipping (Recognition and Authorisation of Organisations) Law 2011(1) is now available on its website.
Cyprus
8 Oct 2018
15
Carriage Of Goods By Sea: Principles Of Agency And Functions Of Bills Of Lading
The Supreme Court's recent decision in Associated Agencies Limited v Roha Premicum [sic] Potato Limited considered the principles of agency and functions of bills of lading and provided a useful summary of this area of law.
Cyprus
2 Sep 2018
16
New Circular On Use Of Electronic Certificates
These electronic signatures are tamper-proof and their validity can be verified through an online authentication service.
Cyprus
3 Aug 2018
17
Use Of Electronic Certificates
The Deputy Ministry of Shipping has recently issued a circular informing Recognized Organizations and Recognized Security Organizations, and registered owners, bareboat charterers, managers...
Cyprus
23 Jul 2018
18
Supreme Court Confirms Jurisdiction To Determine Claims Arising In Exclusive Economic Zone
On May 2 2018 the Supreme Court of Cyprus found that the Cyprus courts have jurisdiction to adjudicate cases relating to claims arising in the Cyprus exclusive economic zone (EEZ).
Cyprus
5 Jun 2018
19
International Convention For The Control And Management Of Ships' Ballast Water And Sediments Ratified
Cyprus has ratified the International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships' Ballast Water and Sediments 2004 (the BWM Convention).
Cyprus
23 May 2018
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Publication Of Latest Central Bank Ship Management Survey
Cyprus is one of the world's most important locations for ship management, with around 60 ship management companies operating in its territory, several of which rank among the largest of their kind in the world.
Cyprus
16 May 2018
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