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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
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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
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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
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Absence Of Claimant, Who Was The Only Witness, Results In Dismissal Of Claim
In a recent case the Supreme Court upheld a lower court's decision to dismiss the appellant's claim in the first-instance proceedings.
Cyprus
24 Jan 2019
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Court Procedure When Enforcing European Account Preservation Order In Cyprus
Until recently, a creditor with a claim against a debtor residing in an EU member state first had to successfully complete a civil action against the debtor.
Cyprus
8 Nov 2018
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Abuse Of Process And Res Judicata In Asset Freezing Applications
The option holder invited the vendors to complete the transfer of the hotel, but the vendors refused and instead sold the hotel to a third party at a higher price.
Cyprus
12 Sep 2018
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Doctrine Of Payment Into Court
Order 22 of the Civil Procedure Rules provides that in any action for debt or damages, the defendant may at any time, on notice to the claimant, pay into court a sum of money ...
Cyprus
23 May 2018
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Strict Application Of Security For Costs Rules
In Cyprus, as in most jurisdictions, a defendant in litigation which fears that the claimant may be unable to satisfy costs orders made against it can apply to the court for a security for costs order.
Cyprus
17 May 2018
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Mediation In Cyprus
Although approximately 90% of the actions filed in the Cyprus courts are resolved without a trial, there are still long delays in hearing cases.
Cyprus
31 Jan 2018
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Amendment Of Law On Treatment Of Accused Substance-Dependent Individuals
The Law for the Treatment of Accused Substance-dependent individuals has been amended with the enactment of Law 102(Ι)/2017.
Cyprus
14 Aug 2017
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Building Intra-Judicial Dialogue: The Relationship Between The ECJ And Cypriot National Courts
In an article in the October 2016 edition of the European Law Review, Constantinos Lycourgos, a Judge of the European Court of Justice...
Cyprus
15 Feb 2017
12
Recent Changes To Civil Procedure Rules
In 2015 the Supreme Court made a number of changes to civil procedure rules to reduce delays in the civil justice system, as many cases took five years or longer to be tried by the district courts.
Cyprus
18 Aug 2016
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Enforcement Of Foreign Judgments
The Republic of Cyprus has a national system of justice which is enforced uniformly throughout the government-controlled area of the country.
Cyprus
10 Jun 2016
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Cyprus Chapter Of Enforcement Of Foreign Judgments
The Republic of Cyprus has a national system of justice which is enforced uniformly throughout the government-controlled area of the country.
Cyprus
31 Mar 2016
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Cyprus Chapter Of Global Legal Insights – Litigation & Dispute Resolution 4th Edition
Cyprus was a British colony until 16 August 1960, when it became an independent sovereign republic.
Cyprus
19 Aug 2015
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Declaratory Relief By Cyprus Courts
The Supreme Court recently reaffirmed the power of the courts to issue declaratory orders in accordance with Article 41 of the Administration of Justice Law.
Cyprus
2 Dec 2014
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Supreme Court Confirms Sentencing Principles
A recent criminal appeal before the Supreme Court outlines the principles to be followed in sentencing offenders.
Cyprus
7 Aug 2014
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Amendments To Pleadings – Factors That Guide Courts' Discretion
Order 25, Rule 1 of the Civil Procedure Rules gives courts the discretionary power to allow amendments to pleadings.
Cyprus
19 May 2014
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Government Announces Court Digitisation Project
The government recently announced its decision to invite tenders for the digitisation of court procedures in all districts of Cyprus, with the dual objectives of streamlining the management of the court system and providing court users with new functionality and better information.
Cyprus
20 Sep 2013
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Supreme Court Argues For Rehabilitation And Reform Of Offenders
Argyrides v Police concerned six appeals filed by six co-defendants against sentences imposed by the court of first instance in an indictment which contained a total of 20 charges of armed robbery.
Cyprus
16 Aug 2013
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