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Cyprus seeks to attract long term investors

To further attract foreign investment to the island and help economic recovery, Cyprus announced amendments to Regulation 6 (2) of the Aliens and Immigration...

MPs pass unconstitutional Cyprus property law

The Cyprus parliament passed an unconstitutional law that could have resulted in problematic and even dangerous properties being sold to unsuspecting buyers. The law 'The...

Third Cyprus property revaluations underway

The Cyprus land registry is carrying out its third property evaluation since 2013 with the results expected to be made public at the end...

First court ruling against bank for unfair terms

Lawmakers on Thursday welcomed the first court judgement against a bank for unfair terms of contract, but still harangued the banks for acting with...

Cyprus failing to enforce EU unfair practices laws

News that the European Commission has sent a reasoned opinion to Cyprus for failing to properly implement and enforce EU law on unfair contract...

Bills meant to help troubled borrowers withdrawn

Ruling Disy MP Averof Neophytou on Monday withdrew bills intended to provide tax relief to borrowers with non-performing loans, after it emerged that the...

What is a property boundary dispute?

A property boundary dispute normally arises between registered owners when ownership of a section of a common boundary or an entire common boundary is...

Case against massive hillside development lost

Peyia is mulling what steps to take after losing a court case to block the development of a hillside above the Paphos town. The local...

EC opens infringement for “selling” citizenship

Today, the European Commission is launching infringement procedures against Cyprus and Malta by issuing letters of formal notice regarding their investor citizenship schemes also...

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