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posted in Administrative Law
Date 06-04-2011
Local self-government in Cyprus consists of one tier with two types of local authorities, the municipal councils and the community councils. The central government assigns the administration of certain affairs of a town...
posted in Company Law
Date 06-04-2011
The legal profession in Cyprus is regulated by the law and can only be exercised by registered and licensed lawyers, with the exception of a   physical  person, being a  litigant, who can represent  himself before  the...
posted in Family Law
Date 06-04-2011
The Family Court may issue an order by consent or otherwise against both or any of the spouses in relation to the settlement of their property disputes, ordering the one to make a payment to the other and the latter to...
posted in Rent Control Law
Date 06-04-2011
A statutory tenant is protected by the Rent Control Law and cannot be evicted from the premises as long as he complies with the terms and conditions of the tenancy agreement, even if it has expired. The compliance of...
posted in Property Law
Date 06-04-2011
The right of specific performance of a sale contract is regulated by the provisions of Cap.232 which can only be invoked by a purchaser who cared to comply strictly with them. It is a special law, the provisions of which...
posted in Property Conveyancing
Date 18-02-2011
Although the lack of title deeds continues to be a problem to many purchasers, it can be diminished when a resale is to take place through the co-operation between the developer and the purchaser. The procedure...
posted in Property Conveyancing
Date 18-02-2011
The registration of a sale contract at the Land Registry creates an estate in land upon the whole property of the vendor and it secures the rights of the purchaser and particularly, the right of specific performance in...
posted in Property Conveyancing
Date 18-02-2011
The time of exercising the right to terminate a sale contract due to a breach of any of its terms determines the way the innocent party should act in order to terminate the agreement validly and effectively. The tolerance...
posted in Property Law
Date 18-02-2011
A dispute over boundaries can usually be resolved by the Director of the Land Registry upon the application of the owner of the land who believes that part of his property is possessed by his neighbour. The Immovable...
posted in Property Law
Date 18-02-2011
Trespass to an immovable property is any unlawful entry or damage or interference with any such property by any person, including a co-owner. The property may be a house, an apartment, an area of common useor a...


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