Latest Headlines

All reports tagged with: "court"

The Cyprus swimming pool nightmare

Taking criminal proceedings against owners and Management Committees who fail to comply with the swimming pool law and regulations will damage the Cypriot economy – especially tourism.

Swimming pool owners face court action

The owners of unlicensed communal swimming pools are facing court action following inspections carried out by the Paphos Municipality who insist that pools must be licenced, inspected daily and a lifeguard appointed.

Swiss franc loan annulled in Slovenia

In a ruling that could have implications for the Cyprus banks, a Slovenian court has annulled a Swiss Franc loan used to acquire property because the bank failed to advise the customer of the risks.

Reprieve for trapped buyers

The Cyprus government has vowed to continue issuing Title Deeds to trapped buyers despite the recent court rulings that left them in legal limbo according to a report in the Cyprus Weekly.

Swiss Franc mortgages interim judgement

The first Cypriot (interim) judgement has been awarded by the Nicosia District Court in a case that affects many bona fide borrowers who bought property with a loan denominated in Swiss Francs.

Cyprus property fraudster convicted (update)

Sascha Morris, who sold off-plan properties to Cyprus property investors, has been convicted of fraud at the Leeds Crown Court following a prosecution by the CPS Specialist Fraud Division.

Court bans banks foreclosing

The Larnaca District Court has banned banks from foreclosing on properties used as collateral for loans for which courts gave the go ahead before the new foreclosure law came in effect last year.

Banks playing a dirty game

A number of banks have obtained temporary court orders preventing people who bought property in Cyprus from receiving Title Deeds under the provisions of ‘trapped buyers’ law claiming they knew nothing about the sale.

Land wrongly designated as Turkish Cypriot

A British citizen of Turkish Cypriot descent has been awarded thousands of Euros in damages by the Larnaca District Court as the state wrongly designated his land as Turkish Cypriot.

Aristo trial court ruling July 28

The court will issue its judgement in the case against Theodoros Aristodemou, the founder of Aristo developers and former chairman of the Bank of Cyprus, and three others on July 28.

Page 1 of 512345

Back to top