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Larnaca port and marina contracts

Contracts for the Larnaca port and marina project are expected be signed later this year according to Marios Demetriades, the Cyprus Minister of Transport, Communications and Works.

Paralimni marina contracts signed

Contracts for the construction of the Paralimni marina have been signed; with an estimated capacity of 300 vessels and at a cost of €110 million, the marina is expected to be fully operational by mid-2021.

Unfair contracts languishing at Legal Service

Fifty two decisions by the Cyprus Consumer Protection Service relating to unfair contracts have been languishing at the Legal Service for two-and-a-half years instead of being brought to court.

November property sales up 39%

Property sales in Cyprus rose 39 per cent in November compared with November 2016 with sales increasing in all districts according to official figures from the Department of Lands and Surveys.

Cyprus property sales up 21% in October

Property sales in Cyprus rose 18 per cent in October compared with October 2016 with sales increasing in all districts (with the exception of Larnaca) according to official figures from the Department of Lands and Surveys.

Limassol casino contracts imminent

The Melco-Hard Rock consortium is expected to sign contracts for the construction of the multimillion euro casino project in Limassol later this month and should open temporary casinos later this year.

Larnaca marina edging forward

Ambitious plans for the Larnaca marina and port project are edging forward with Transport Minister Marios Demetriades announcing that the target to sign contracts is the end of 2017, depending on progress.

Alpha Panareti slapped by CCPS over unfair contract

The CCPS has ruled that a contract to purchase an apartment between Alpha Panareti and a Scottish woman breaches the provisions of law 93(I)/1996 on unfair terms in consumer contracts.

Property sales up for second consecutive month

Property sales in Cyprus improved for the second consecutive month in April with the total number of contracts of sale deposited at Land Registry offices up 9 percent compared to April 2013.

Transfer fee penalty for delays

The government is considering a change in the law that will impose a penalty of a 10 per cent increase in the Property Transfer Fees payable for buyers who delay depositing their contract of sale.

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