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Legal system and property rights under EU scrutiny

Once again, the Cyprus legal system and consumers’ property rights are about to come under the scrutiny of the European Union following a written question to the European Parliament raised by Scottish MEP Alyn Smith.

Cyprus legal system has reached crisis point

Legal professionals in Cyprus warn that if changes are not made soon, the courts will be failing in their most basic function, to deliver timely justice.

Cyprus lawyers refuse cases if suing other lawyers

The problem with lawyers in Cyprus refusing to sue their colleagues in the legal profession is a particular issue for property buyers who have fallen into the trap of using a lawyer recommended or introduced to them by a property developer.

Cyprus courts in chaos

A letter from a lawyer published in the Cyprus Mail recently suggested that property buyers who had run into difficulties legal with their developer could seek redress through the courts.

Will Cyprus face the wrath of the EU Parliament?

The Cyprus government could face the wrath of the European Parliament if it fails to protect the rights of those who have bought property on the island.

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