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Bank of Cyprus fined €170,000

The Bank of Cyprus has been hit with a €170,000 administrative fine by the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (CCPS) following its investigation into the bank’s commercial practices relating to mortgage loans.

Why trapped buyers law unconstitutional

Marina Massoura from the law firm of L.G. Zambartas LLC explains why the trapped buyers law was ruled as being unconstitutional by the District Courts in Limassol and Paphos.

Land wrongly designated as Turkish Cypriot

A British citizen of Turkish Cypriot descent has been awarded thousands of Euros in damages by the Larnaca District Court as the state wrongly designated his land as Turkish Cypriot.

Aristo trial court ruling July 28

The court will issue its judgement in the case against Theodoros Aristodemou, the founder of Aristo developers and former chairman of the Bank of Cyprus, and three others on July 28.

Court rules in favour of Swiss Franc loan victim

In a move that may help those who purchased homes in Cyprus with Swiss Francs loans, the Montenegrin appeal court has ruled that a bank cannot profit from interest charges AND exchange rate movements.

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