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As daily life is becoming more and more integrated with the digital world, invariably the business and work environment has followed suit. Under Cyprus Law, personal data is safeguarded and protected under the Processing of Personal Data (Protection of the Individual) Law of 2001 (as amended).
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SINCE September 2015, and the adoption of the Immovable Property Transfer and Mortgage Law (Amendment) (No. 10) Law of 2015) (hereinafter, the “Law”), thousands of applications have been made with the District Land Registries in Cyprus by enclaved buyers of immovable property,
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Introduction The key starting point when reviewing an Employment issue which has arisen, is to always establish whether the “employer-employee” relationship was established between the persons concerned; this is due to the fundamental factor that all relevant Laws which govern employment issues in Cyprus refer to rights and
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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 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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In mid-2015, the Wills and Succession Law, Cap. 195, was amended in Cyprus, with the amendments having a particular impact mainly on British persons and other Commonwealth-country individuals who have immovable property in the Republic of Cyprus as the “forced heirship” rule exemption is now abolished.
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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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With the recent adoption of a new law in Cyprus by the House of Representatives of the Republic of Cyprus, which was published and became effective as of the 9th December 2015 under the name “the Civil Partnerships Law, L.184(I)/2015”, it has now become possible that “two heterosexual or homosexual persons“
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With the recent adoption of a new law in Cyprus by the House of Representatives of the Republic of Cyprus, which was published and became effective as of the 9th December 2015 under the name “the Civil Partnerships Law, L.184(I)/2015”, it has now become possible that “two heterosexual or homosexual persons“
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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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