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Commercial court in 2018

In efforts to modernise the Cyprus justice system, a new Commercial court will be set up in early 2018 to deal with claims arising from contracts, company disputes, the purchase or sale of goods, etc.

Paphos marina project delayed again

Just when we thought the construction of the Poseidon consortium’s Paphos marina was about to get underway, the consortium has failed to supply adequate evidence of its ability to finance the project.

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.

Green light for Paphos marina

After years of legal wrangling the Paphos marina project has been given the green light following a judgement handed down by the Cyprus Supreme Court on Monday more than 25 years after initial studies were undertaken.

Four foreclosure bills unconstitutional

The Cyprus Supreme Court has ruled that four of the six bills voted by parliament on 6th September that limited the effect of the foreclosure bill on low-income groups are unconstitutional.

Supreme Court focuses on foreclosures

The Cyprus Supreme Court plenary will meet on Tuesday to examine whether four of the bills passed by MPs regarding foreclosures and repossession are in conflict with the island’s Constitution.

Court rejects appeal to cut Gary Robb’s sentence

The Island’s Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by Gary Robb’s lawyers to reduce his jail sentence for the appropriation of Greek Cypriot property in the northern Turkish occupied areas.

Cyprus Bar to advise lawyers after landmark ruling

Following a landmark ruling by the Supreme Court of Cyprus which found a Cypriot lawyer professionally negligent, the Cyprus Bar Association has determined to advise its members accordingly.

Cyprus Bar Association to mull over landmark ruling

Following last month’s landmark Supreme Court ruling, the Cyprus Bar Association is to meet and decide what position to take on the matter.

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.

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