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Cyprus urged to implement mortgage directive

The European Commission (EC) has given Cyprus and eight other EU member states two months to implement the regulations of the European Union on mortgages if they want to avoid going to the European Court of Justice.

ECJ ruling protects consumers with Swiss franc loans

Consumers who received a loan in a foreign currency from a bank are protected from exchange rate fluctuations by a ruling of the European Court of Justice according to lawyer Pavlos Angelides.

European Court action gathers pace

Those wishing to join the action group announced month that is seeking compensation at the European Court of Justice for the mis-selling of Swiss Franc loans have until the 8th February 2014 to sign up.

Co-ordinated action at European Court of Justice

Action focussing on the systemic failings of banks in their mis-selling of Swiss Franc loans is being taken at the European Court of Justice to pursue a claim for damages against the responsible European authorities.

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