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Larnaca marina faces legal challenges

Legal action against the government’s decision to award contracts for the Larnaca marina and port to be developed by an Israeli consortium have been filed with the administrative court.

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No more mockery it’s a landslide

The Pissouri Housing Initiative Group (PHIG) have issued a news release ‘No more mockery, it’s a landslide’, in response to the Auditor-General’s comments that the state had no obligation to compensate homeowners.

Property news in brief

Over the past week a number of news reports concerning property in Cyprus have appeared in the local media about non-performing loans (NPLs), recent property deals and the bank of Cyprus.

Get the latest news from Cyprus on your mobile phone

Get all the latest breaking news stories, articles and events that are shaping the Cyprus property market on your mobile phone from the newly launched mobile edition of the Cyprus Property News.

Cyprus property news welcomes one million visitors

Currently ranked number one by Internet search engines Google, Yahoo and Bing, the Cyprus Property News magazine recently welcomed its one millionth visitor.

Latest property sale figures for Cyprus

The beleaguered Cyprus property market has received some encouraging news from the Government’s Lands and Surveys Department with the publication of its property sale figures for February 2010.

Improvement in Cyprus direct tax revenues

There are signs that the Cyprus government’s efforts to avoid the island’s budget deficit exceeding 3% of its GDP, which would result in EU Supervision, are bearing fruit with Immovable Property Tax collections almost doubling during September.

Cyprus tax receipts continue to fall

Capital Gains Tax receipts in Cyprus, Stamp Duty and Immovable Property Tax continue to fall as a result of the on-going slump in the real estate market.

If you can’t trust a lawyer in Cyprus, who can you trust?

If lawyers (and the Cyprus Bar Association) took their responsibilities seriously, the image of Cyprus would remain untarnished and its property industry wouldn’t be in the mess it’s in today.

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