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Private Prosecutions In Cyprus- A New Tool?
Partner, Christia Middleton, head of our Paphos Office, was invited by the Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime to speak at their 37th Symposium "Fighting Economic Crime
Cyprus
11 Sep 2019
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Country Update-Cyprus: AML
The financial services and international business sector in Cyprus is one of the vital pillars of the Cyprus economy.
Cyprus
30 Jul 2019
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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
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Securitisation 2019 – Promotional Guidelines
Cyprus Contracts Law, Cap. 149 (as amended) states that a contract may be: made orally; partly written and partly oral; entirely in writing; or even implied by the conduct of the contracting parties.
Cyprus
5 Jun 2019
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EU Special Committee On Financial Crimes, Tax Evasion And Tax Avoidance (TAX3)- Final Report
The report acknowledges the exit taxation rules adopted by the EU in the ATAD I and the implementation of the BEPS action plan.
European Union
15 May 2019
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Supreme Court Judgment On Appointment Of IT Experts
On 14 November 2018 the Supreme Court of Cyprus issued an innovative judgment relating to Norwich Pharmacal orders, which demonstrates the Cyprus courts' readiness to stay abreast...
Cyprus
5 Dec 2018
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New Memorandum Of Understanding On Cooperation With Russia In Combating Crime
On 18 October 2018 the Cyprus Ministry of Justice and Public Order and the Prosecutor General's Office of the Russian Federation signed a memorandum of understanding on cooperation in combating crime and protecting...
Cyprus
16 Nov 2018
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Revision Of The Maximum Permissible Interest Rate Under Article 314A Of The Criminal Code - October 2018
In 2011 the Criminal Code was amended by the addition of a new article 314A, which makes it a criminal offence, punishable by up to 5 years' imprisonment, a fine of up to EUR30,000 or both, for lenders to charge interest at excessive rates.
Cyprus
5 Nov 2018
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Life Imprisonment And Whole-Life Imprisonment – A History Of Cypriot Case Law
Nonetheless, when Kafkaris was admitted to prison, he was given written notice that he would be eligible for release in July 2002
Cyprus
26 Sep 2018
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Revision Of The Maximum Permissible Interest Rate Under Article 314A Of The Criminal Code
In 2011 the Criminal Code was amended by the addition of a new article 314A, which makes it a criminal offence, punishable by up to 5 years' imprisonment, a fine of up to EUR30,000 or both...
Cyprus
8 Nov 2017
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Ratification Of The Council Of Europe Convention On Preventing And Combating Violence Against Women And Domestic Violence
Cyprus signed the Council of Europe Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence on 16 June 2015.
Cyprus
16 Aug 2017
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Tax Evasion Or Tax Avoidance: A Predicate Offence Under Cyprus Anti-Money Laundering Laws?
Money laundering offences usually consist of conduct which seeks to conceal the criminal origin of wealth.
Cyprus
15 May 2017
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Cyprus Chapter Of Global Legal Insights - Bribery And Corruption 2017, Fourth Edition
Cyprus was a British colony until 16 August 1960, when it became an independent sovereign republic.
Cyprus
22 Nov 2016
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Abuse Of Process In Private Criminal Prosecutions
The Supreme Court recently gave its judgment in an appeal against a first-instance decision in which the respondents had faced criminal charges for issuing cheques which had failed to clear.
Cyprus
8 Jun 2015
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Supreme Court Confirms Sentencing Principles
A recent criminal appeal before the Supreme Court outlines the principles to be followed in sentencing offenders.
Cyprus
7 Aug 2014
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Reminder: Punishment Must Consider Defendant's Personal Circumstances
The Limassol District Court recently took the opportunity to reiterate the principle that the sentence imposed in a criminal trial must reflect not only the circumstances and severity of the offence, but also the personal circumstances and conduct of the defendant.
Cyprus
11 Feb 2014
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Supreme Court Argues For Rehabilitation And Reform Of Offenders
Argyrides v Police concerned six appeals filed by six co-defendants against sentences imposed by the court of first instance in an indictment which contained a total of 20 charges of armed robbery.
Cyprus
16 Aug 2013
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Anti-Corruption Regulation 2013
To which international anti-corruption conventions is your country a signatory?
Cyprus
20 Mar 2013
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The New Double Tax Agreement Between Cyprus And Russia Moves Closer To Ratification
Following the visit of Russian President Medvedev to Cyprus and the signing of the Protocol to the double taxation agreement on behalf of the governments of both countries, it was expected that the amended treaty would be ratified by the Parliaments of the two countries before the end of 2010 and would become effective from 1 January 2011.
Cyprus
8 Feb 2011
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