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Although it is not mandatory to create a will in Cyprus, it is nevertheless recommended in order to avoid any misunderstandings and complications, especially in regard to immovable property. The Law in Cyprus about Wills Cyprus has adopted the Forced Heirship regime, whereas the testators do not have the total freedom to distribute their estate...
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On 2 June 2020, an amending Income Tax Law was published in the Official Gazette with respect to tax relief on rental income. The amendment was voted to support the Cyprus economy following the COVID-19 outbreak and provides a tax incentive to landlords (individuals or companies) to voluntarily reduce the rent charged to tenants. According to...
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A common occurrence relating to private limited liability companies in Cyprus and indeed throughout the world, is a disagreement arising between the shareholder(s) of the company and the directors, typically relating to day-to-day management issues in which the Directors normally hold power over. Such disputes can be solved through the provisions of the Cyprus Companies...
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Cyprus has always been keen to provide a competitive edge for business activities on a global scale and to this effect, Cyprus has ensured that it can provide an attractive regime to benefit one of the most valuable assets of any business, its Intellectual Property. As such, Cyprus offers a beneficial tax rate and is...
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Following the issue of Regulations ΚΔΠ 5229-5233 and ΚΔΠ 5239, the Minister of Labour, Welfare and Social Insurance issued on 2nd May 2020 Regulations ΚΔΠ 5257-5261 extending the provision of Special Leave Benefit for the care of children, the Special Sickness Benefit, the Special Benefit for Self-Employed and the Special Unemployment Benefit under the Special...
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