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posted in Contract Law
Date 09-11-2010
An agreement may be reached and recorded before a Court by the parties in an action through which their case is settled and one of them  undertakes  to  transfer a property  to the  other  for  good  consideration...
posted in Equity and Trusts
Date 09-11-2010
People living together, either spouses or partners, share their life and through their work or money, they may  acquire  property, movable  or  immovable,  deposits, business,  stocks or other assets,  independently  on...
posted in Estate Agents Law
Date 09-11-2010
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,  the  purchase or  the renting  of a  property.  The  agent is  considered  a...
posted in Contract Law
Date 09-11-2010
The contractual relations between the parties to an agreement may come to an end either when one of the parties commits  a breach  of  an   essential  term or  when due notice  is given  to a party to  comply with a...
posted in Property Conveyancing
Date 09-11-2010
The size of every piece of land, although it is stated in the title deed, may not always be accurate since in some  cases  it  may  be different,  either  smaller or  larger than the  real  one. This  situation  exists and  it...
posted in Property Law
Date 29-10-2010
The Director of the Land Registry often uses the procedure provided in the law in order to correct an error or omission which may be found in the official records of an immovable property. However, his power is limited...
posted in Banking Law
Date 29-10-2010
The public applies daily to banking or credit institutions in order to secure a loan to cover housing, business, investment and other needs by signing various documents without caring to study them or securing advice...
posted in Employment Law
Date 10-10-2010
The employment law has social elements, since it imposes a duty upon the employer to provide safety at work and in case the employment is terminated, he has the duty to prove that the termination was not illegal...
posted in Property Law
Date 10-10-2010
The legal rights of co-owners of immovable property regarding its possession, use and enjoyment are not properly regulated by the Immovable Property Law, Cap.224, except in certain cases. The lack of legislation...
posted in Construction Law
Date 08-10-2010
The practice of buying a house or another building under construction or to be built in a piece of land through two separate agreements, i.e. a sale contract for the land and a building contract is risky for both parties...


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