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posted in Property Conveyancing
Date 21-12-2012
Some developers continue to violate the law by inventing certain ways to claim money from innocent purchasers who find themselves in  a   difficult  position  and  give in  to the  unreasonable demands  of the...
posted in Property Conveyancing
Date 21-12-2012
A recourse against an act or a decision of an administrative body by a citizen affected requires him to have a legitimate interest not only at the time of such an act or decision, but also at the time the recourse is filed...
posted in Property Conveyancing
Date 01-08-2011
The new law providing for the deposit of sale or other agreements at the Land Registry, the consequences thereon, the vendor’s obligations and the specific performance which was enacted recently, was published...
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 Conveyancing
Date 15-11-2010
The owner of an immovable property which is rented may decide to sell it and questions arise whether he has the right to do so, if the  tenancy is terminated  and what  the position of  the tenant  and the new purchaser...
posted in Property Conveyancing
Date 10-11-2010
A large number of purchasers face the situation whereby the developers do not comply with their contractual obligation regarding the completion of the sold properties at the agreed time. Their contract provides for 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 Conveyancing
Date 09-09-2010
There are major advantages of forming a limited company in Cyprus from the tax point of view and for purchasing immovable property into the company’s name. The tax payable is only on net profit earned at...


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