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State to appeal O’Dwyer decision and sentence

The Attorney General of Cyprus has authorised state prosecutor Thanasis Papanicolaou to appeal the Court’s decision and sentence in the Conor O’Dwyer assault case.

Developers escape jail sentence in assault case

Cyprus property developers Christoforos Karayiannas, Marios Karayiannas and their associate Charalambous Ttigis have escaped a jail sentence for their brutal attack on British home buyer Conor O’Dwyer in January 2008.

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.

Interior Minister surrounded by corrupt advisors

Neoclis Sylikiotis, the Cyprus Interior Minister, has come under fire in the local press for the delay in implementing the property reforms and amnesty packages and accuses his advisors of being corrupt and incompetent.

Demolition and black-listing threat in Cyprus

The Overseas Property Professional has reported on recent developments in Cyprus with ETEK calling for the demolition of illegal building and MEP Daniel Hannan calling on the European Commission to send a fact-finding mission to Cyprus.

A sad day for Cyprus property…

Hundreds of cases of property fraud in Cyprus are swept under the carpet by well-connected developers or their smart-suited lawyers, while civil servants in the know throw their arms up in the air in despair.

Cyprus property sales: November 2009 report

Falling property sales in Cyprus continue to add to the islands economic woes. The latest figures to come out of the Cyprus Land and Surveys Department reveal that property sales have halved this year compared to last.

Cyprus construction sector shows signs of recovery

According to the latest figures from the Cyprus Statistical Service (CYSTAT) building permits for the construction of 2,125 residential properties were authorised in June 2009; up 28% on the 1,659 authorised in June last year.

HM Government replies to Title Deed questions

The UK Government has said that it will not close down the UK offices of Cypriot companies selling property unless it receives evidence of illegal behaviour.

Property developer collapses

The reason the company has collapsed is not the crisis, but the fact that Cyprus’ legal and regulatory framework allows a builder with five years’ experience to set up as a developer and apply his own standards of commercial behaviour.

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