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Introduction to Relevant Laws Under Cyprus Law, there are three main Acts which govern the field of Wills and Succession. These are as follows:
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Introduction The appointment of a Chairman to preside over a Shareholders’ Meeting is usually a straight-forward affair. The Chairman’s role is, in general, to maintain peace and order during the meeting, ensure that the proper procedures are being followed and the matters discussed remain within the defined agenda for
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The law firm of G. Vrikis & Associates LLC would like to inform you that in accordance with the Decree issued by the Council of Ministers regarding the imposition of a fee for the issuance of a tax ruling in late April 2016, the Tax Authorities have now announced further details in relation to the […]
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Introduction A usual occurrence for practicing corporate lawyers, as well as persons involved in the day-to-day running of companies and corporations, is an enquiry from shareholders to the effect whether they can propose the appointment of directors which they think best to act as such.
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The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (hereinafter “CySEC“) has issued a circular to Cyprus Investment Firms (hereinafter “CIFs“) which are under its regulatory framework, regarding the provision of services in relation to binary options.
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Cyprus Law governing Trademarks Trademarks in Cyprus are governed by the Trademarks Law, Cap. 268 (as this has been amended from time to time) (the “Law”), and includes relevant rules and regulations issued under the provisions of the said Law.
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Cyprus has been hard at work at expanding its network of Double Tax Treaties, high significant success. As of 2015, Cyprus has concluded three (3) new Doubt Tax Treaties with:
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Trade mark professionals are keenly aware of the two new instruments of the European Union which affect the EU Trade mark landscape, these being the new Directive (EU) 2015/2436 (the “EU Trade Mark Directive”), which has entered into force as of the 13th January 2016, and the Regulation (EU) No 2015/2424 of the European Parliament […]
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A recent practice, marking a change of policy, of the Cyprus Registrar of Companies and Official Receiver (the ‘‘Registrar’’), having being initiated in late 2014, is to send out notices to Cyprus registered companies, informing them of their non-compliance with their obligation under Cyprus Companies Law, Cap. 113,
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In an effort to assist the Cyprus-based Financial Institutions tackle the Non-Serviced loans, the Cyprus Government has introduced a scheme which offers various tax breaks and/or reduced fees and levies payable to governmental authorities when a loan is restructured with the purpose of making it viable or to be repaid, and such restructuring involves the […]
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