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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.

Judgement day for banks approaching?

Banks do not count loans that are fully secure as being nonperforming even though they have not been serviced in 90 days. If the Troika treats such loans as nonperforming, several more billions will be needed to recapitalise them.

UK jurisdiction granted in High Court ruling

The jurisdiction hearing at the High Court in London has concluded that Brits who purchased property in Cyprus can have their cases against their developer heard and decided by the UK court.

Bar Association fines lawyer for misconduct

Paphos lawyer Emily Lemoniati has been fined for misconduct by the Cyprus Bar Association after breaching her client’s instructions and the Association’s code of professional ethics.

Double selling fraud: the O’Dwyer judgement

Cyprus cannot afford to delay any recovery of its property sector and the many scandals require urgent, radical treatment – not a sticking plaster, an aspirin and a hope that the patient will simply recover naturally.

O’Dwyer decision another nail in the coffin

It appears that buyers rights to property in Cyprus are not protected by the law even though they may have deposited their contract of sale at the Land Registry for ‘Specific Performance’.

Conor O’Dwyer’s lawyer speaks out

Conor O’Dwyer’s lawyer was interviewed on Cyprus radio channel CyBC 2 by Rosie Charalambous about the criminal case against property developer Karayiannas and Michelle McDonald, the woman now living in Conor’s home.

Eleven year pursuit of justice takes heavy toll

Following the landmark ruling by the by the Cyprus Supreme Court, Muriel Beaumont gives her account of the couple’s long road to justice in the Cyprus Mail.

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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