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Cyprus justice subverted by corruption

Former ECHR judge has charged that corruption has crept into the Cyprus justice system casting doubt over certain decisions; the judiciary is lacking knowledge, impartiality, and self-awareness.

Fraudster Gary Robb brought to justice

A civil action in the UK against the infamous Gary Robb has resulted in some £1.6 million of his assets being frozen and £1.3 million returned to 57 of the victims of a property scam in north Cyprus.

Title Deeds: ‘a complete and utter mess’

Although MPs voted though amendments preventing banks from repossessing homes that people have paid for, home buyers will still be unable to secure their Title Deeds until the developers debts have been repaid.

Decline and fall of the demagogues

For a very long time Cyprus has suffered from ‘sovereign corruption’, but is the mould finally starting to crack as news of those once considered as demagogues are bought to justice.

The plan

Following a vote in the Cyprus parliament to adopt the Euro, a banker, a government minister, a property developer and a lawyer meet at a restaurant and discuss the plan for the island’s future.

Shepherd jailed for building hut

Why can a shepherd be jailed for building a hut when a wealthy businessman can add an extra floor to his house or a developer build without having first secured the necessary permits without being sent to prison?

Will the ‘new broom’ sweep clean?

Will the new president of Cyprus, Nicos Anastasiades, persevere and carry through the essential and, in some cases, radical changes that are needed for the country’s recovery and long-term sustainability?

Cyprus Bar Association fails to deliver justice

Although the Bar Association’s Disciplinary Board ordered a Paphos-based lawyer to repay her client €7,500, it appears that the Board is either unable or unwilling to enforce the order.

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.

British consumers seek UK justice

British consumers who bought property in Cyprus are taking action in the High Court in London on Wednesday in an effort for their cases against Cyprus-based organisations to be heard and decided in a UK court.

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