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Can A Driver Be Responsible For The Death Of A Passenger With Heart Problems?
Undoubtedly, the cause of the accident was the loss of control of the vehicle of the accused, precisely because of the fatigue and dizziness he suffered.
Cyprus
9 May 2019
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Cyprus Introduces Out-Of-Court Fines To Pedestrians, Cyclists And Motor Vehicle Drivers
By an overwhelming majority, the House of Representatives passed recently a new set of rules on out-of-court fines to pedestrians, cyclists and motor vehicle drivers.
Cyprus
22 Nov 2018
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Cyprus-China Relations And Cyprus's' Importance In China's One Belt, One Road Initiative
The One Belt, One Road Initiative (OBOR) refers to the The Silk Road Economic Belt (road from China to Europe) and the 21st-centruy Maritime Silk Road (shipping lanes throughout Asia and the Pacific)...
Worldwide
3 Aug 2017
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Accidents Caused By Poor Road Maintenance In Cyprus
The poor and/or negligent maintenance of roads and sidewalks can compromise the safety on the roads.
Cyprus
23 Feb 2016
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The Defence Of Inevitable Accident In The Context Of Road Accidents
Each case is examined separately, on its own merits, by the Courts.
Cyprus
11 Nov 2015
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Road Trafic Accidents In Cyprus - FAQ
Have you had a road traffic accident in Cyprus? What should you do?
Cyprus
9 Sep 2015
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Principle That Drivers Are Subject To Greater Duty Of Care Than Pedestrians Reaffirmed
A recent Nicosia District Court decision reaffirmed the well-established principle that the driver of a motor vehicle is subject to a greater duty of care than a pedestrian.
Cyprus
28 Apr 2015
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Shipping Companies - Part 1
Cyprus is one of the main centres for shipping services in the world. It currently ranks 6th according to the Lloyd’s Register list of leading maritime nations with around 1407 vessels under the Cyprus flag, totalling around 23 million gross tonnage.
Cyprus
12 Mar 2007
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Shipping Companies - Part 2
Cyprus is one of the main centres for shipping services in the world. It currently ranks 6th according to the Lloyd’s Register list of leading maritime nations with around 1407 vessels under the Cyprus flag, totalling around 23 million gross tonnage.
Cyprus
12 Mar 2007
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A Leading Maritime Nation
Cyprus recognised, as early as 1963, the political, economic and social importance of shipping. Since then, Cyprus managed to attract shipping entrepreneurs and to develop the island into a fully-fledged shipping centre combining both a sovereign flag.
Cyprus
 
22 Oct 2006
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The Marco Polo Programme & Cyprus: Financing the Motorways of the Seas
The European Union, in a continuous effort to reduce road traffic congestion and enhance multimodal transport, encourages and helps finance modal shifts from road freight transport to rail, waterway and short sea transport. The Marco Polo programme was established through EC Regulation 1382/2003 to promote this. This article provides an overview of EC Regulation 1382/2003 and its proposed successor as well as the benefits to investors and shipowners of taking advantage of the geographic locati
Cyprus
7 Feb 2006
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