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State sues O’Dwyer for web site

Police add new twist to property dispute in a case that could raise significant issues concerning the freedom of speech on-line in Cyprus.

Court finds Conor O’Dwyer’s attackers guilty

Cyprus property developers Christoforos Karayiannas, Marios Karayiannas and an employee of their company have been found guilty of causing British home buyer Conor O’Dwyer actual bodily harm as a result of their assault on him in January 2008.

Briton in property dispute takes protest to Palace

Conor O’Dwyer, whose court cases in Cyprus have been dragging on for four years, is staging a four day protest outside the Presidential Palace in Nicosia.

Cyprus court awards couple €100,000 in property case

The court in Cyprus has awarded damages of €100,000 to property buyers Simon and Jennifer Penney in their case against FK & S (Varoshia) Properties Ltd.

British couple plan to sue property developer

British couple Janet and Keith Smith are planning to sue their property developer after falling victim to a campaign of harassment that caused untold misery, health problems and further costs which have destroyed their lives.

Property rights campaigner in court

Denis O’Hare, the Cyprus property rights campaigner, has appeared in a court in Paphos and is contesting the a writ moved against him by Armonia Estates Ltd and Pantelis Leptos, vice-chairman of Leptos Group and Marketing Director of Leptos Estates.

Property rights campaigner to appear in court

Cyprus property rights campaigner Denis O’Hare has been summonsed to appear in the Paphos District Court following a writ moved against him by Armonia Estates Ltd, part of the Leptos Group, which earlier precipitated the closure of the Cyprus Property Action Group website.

More delays in O’Dwyer case

It has now more than a year since Court proceedings got underway into the alleged assault of Conor O’Dwyer by a property developer, his son and another man.

Reactions to the Orams ruling

In the past few days the Cyprus press has reported comments and reactions to the Court of Appeal’s ruling on the Orams case, which has far-reaching implications for those living in the divided island.

Orams must demolish house in occupied north Cyprus

David and Linda Orams will have to demolish their house in occupied northern Cyprus after the Court of Appeal ruled orders from a Nicosia court must be enforced.

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