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posted in Construction Law
Date 01-08-2011
Very often, minor building works are assigned to builders in order to carry out repairs, constructions or extensions in houses or other premises, even to build them. The builder or the contractor before...
posted in Estate Agents Law
Date 01-08-2011
An estate agent plays a significant role in Cyprus in the field of the real estate market and their services are necessary either for the sale, re-sale, the purchase or the renting of a property. The agent is considered a...
posted in Professional Ethics
Date 01-08-2011
Every lawyer has the right to claim his proper professional fees and expenses for his services rendered to a client whether related to Court work or otherwise, such as the preparation of a sale contract for the...
posted in Property Law
Date 16-05-2011
Where the parking spaces in a building complex have not been allocated to the owners of the various units, they are considered communal and all owners have the right to use them. The owners can use any free...
posted in Rent Control Law
Date 16-05-2011
The freedom of contract allows the landlord and the tenant to agree on the rent payable, the duration of the tenancy, the increase of the rent, the payment of the communal charges and the utility bills, as well as the...
posted in Procedural Issues
Date 16-05-2011
A litigant who wishes his civil case to be tried by the Court soon and he does not cause any delay during the proceedings, is entitled to claim damages against the Republic in the event there is a violation of his right to...
posted in European Law
Date 16-05-2011
The Council Regulation (EC No 44/2001) ensures the free movement of judgments in civil and commercial matters, setting out the minimum requirements and procedures for the recognition and enforcement of...
posted in Rent Control Law
Date 16-05-2011
The statutory tenancy allows the tenant to remain in the premises as long as he complies with his contractual obligations and pays the rent regularly. The law protects his possession of the premises for an unlimited...
posted in Procedural Issues
Date 06-04-2011
The facts relating to a dispute may be such that a litigant needs to bring an action against more than one person as defendants in order to establish his claim. As a result, the Court may find all or some of the...
posted in Company Law
Date 06-04-2011
The companies in the course of their business obtain credit or other facilities for which they create, by way of security, a mortgage or a charge over their immovable or movable property or other assets. The mortgages...


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