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Shipping, Yes, But Cyprus Also Has The Potential To Become A Preferred Jurisdiction For Aircraft Registrations Within The EU
Aviation experts will say a country's gold standard for registering aircraft, be it commercial or private, is high regulatory standards, a high level of service, a quality reputation, and an attractive simplified tax regime.
Cyprus
8 Oct 2019
2
Convention Between The Republic Of Cyprus And The Netherlands For The Avoidance Of Double Taxation
Last week saw Cyprus add The Netherlands to the long list of countries with which it has signed double taxation agreements.
Cyprus
 
3 Oct 2019
3
Tax Incentives For Start-Ups
The IP box regime's benefits are maximised if a start-up develops its qualifying assets in-house.
Cyprus
2 Oct 2019
4
Determining Insolvency
Distressed companies are those facing financial crises not resolvable without a considerable recasting of the firm's operations, structures and finance.
Cyprus
30 Sep 2019
5
New Law On Court Translations Will Have Significant Impact
A new law enacted last month has simplified the process of finding official translators for court cases involving non-Greek speakers which will ensure that translation objections are not a cause for cases being rejected.
Cyprus
20 Sep 2019
6
Private Prosecutions In Cyprus- A New Tool?
Partner, Christia Middleton, head of our Paphos Office, was invited by the Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime to speak at their 37th Symposium "Fighting Economic Crime
Cyprus
11 Sep 2019
7
New Securitisation Regulations
Like most financial engineering techniques, securitisation is not without risk.
Cyprus
30 Aug 2019
8
Brexit's Potential Impact On Shipping In Cyprus
On 29 March 2017 the United Kingdom notified the European Council of its intention to leave the European Union in accordance with Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union.
Cyprus
22 Aug 2019
9
Supreme Court Rejects Appeal Against Detention Order In Sexual Assault Case
The defendant in a recent case before the Larnaca Permanent Assize Court was accused of raping a Danish student in Oroklini village in the Larnaca area on 1 October 2018 in violation of Articles 144 and 145 of the Criminal Code.
Cyprus
21 Aug 2019
10
EU Directive On Administrative Cooperation In Field Of Taxation Amended
The relevant disclosure requirements must be followed by intermediaries and, in some instances, taxpayers.
European Union
20 Aug 2019
11
Court Examines Validity Of Lawyer's Sworn Affidavit Provided On Behalf Of Clients As Part Of Interim Application
The Larnaca District Court recently issued a decision on the validity of a sworn affidavit by a lawyer on behalf of his clients in the context of an interim application based on Articles 82 to 90
Cyprus
15 Aug 2019
12
Objectivity Versus Practicality: Adding A Third Party To An Action
And thirdly, it is directed to saving the extra expense which would be involved by two independent actions.
Cyprus
8 Aug 2019
13
EU Directive On Administrative Cooperation (DAC6)
The disclosure requirements will have to be followed by "intermediaries" and, in some instances, the taxpayers.
European Union
8 Aug 2019
14
Interim Injunctions: Submission Of Recognisance By Lawyer On Client's Behalf
In a first-instance judgment, the Supreme Court of Cyprus examined the meaning of 'recognisance' under the Civil Procedure Law (Section 9(2) of Cap 6).
Cyprus
31 Jul 2019
15
Tax Perspective Of Conducting Business In Cyprus By South African Residents
There has been a recent upsurge in interest from Africans wanting to do business in Cyprus and, in particular, from South African citizens through diverse opportunities of investment.
Cyprus
30 Jul 2019
16
Country Update-Cyprus: AML
The financial services and international business sector in Cyprus is one of the vital pillars of the Cyprus economy.
Cyprus
30 Jul 2019
17
Corporate Governance 2019
Corporate Governance 2019
Cyprus
26 Jul 2019
18
Dismissal Of Application Due To Delay In Implementing Enforcement Measures
The debtor paid various amounts between 31 May 1993 and 18 October 1999.
Cyprus
25 Jul 2019
19
Who Has Locus Standi To Bring Derivative Actions In Cyprus?
Therefore, the plaintiff's allegations in relation to conspiracy and deceit were dismissed without being examined.
Cyprus
17 Jul 2019
20
CySEC Policy Statement And Directive In Relation To The Prohibition Of Marketing, Distribution And Sale Of Binary Options
CySEC issued today its Policy Statement 03-19 on the imposition of national product intervention measures in relation to the marketing, distribution and sale of binary options.
Cyprus
15 Jul 2019
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