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The District Court of Nicosia accepted a request to offer directions, in the form of clarifications, on the ambit of a freezing order, which was previously issued by the Court.
Our firm has authored the Cyprus chapter of Lexology Getting The Deal Through: Dispute Resolution 2022. 
Recent developments, sanctions and capital controls have disrupted finance arrangements and bond issuance going through Cyprus, with many innocent parties getting caught in the crossfire.
Our firm has authored the Cyprus chapter of CDR - Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery 2022.
Establishing and maintaining adequate substance in Cyprus is considered an important aspec to minimizing the risk of denial of double tax treaties and of potential challenges from foreign tax authorities. ...
Over the last years, Cyprus has been actively courting foreign direct investment into the country, offering a number of attractive incentives to establish the island as a world-class destination for ...
The Ministry of Finance of Cyprus announced its new action plan for attracting foreign investment and enhance business activity in Cyprus.
On 24 March 2021, the government of Cyprus issued new revised investment criteria relating to the ‘fast-track’ process of issuing immigration permits to third country nationals wishing to invest in the ...
Our firm has authored the Cyprus chapter of Lexology Getting The Deal Through: Dispute Resolution 2021. 
The seller has at his disposal a useful protective device which, notwithstanding the buyer’s inability/refusal to pay, or insolvency, will enable him to retrieve his goods and afford him priority over ...
An effective weapon in a liquidator's and creditor's arsenal to ensure the fair and equal treatment of all creditors of a failing company is the ability to challenge past transactions that sought to favour ...
Banks have a number of legal mechanisms at their disposal with a view to safeguarding their interests in circumstances where they are owed money by defaulting customers who are unlikely to take steps ...
Chapter 113(III) of the Companies Law is the main legal framework which regulates the voluntary liquidation procedure in Cyprus. There are two ways in which voluntary liquidation can be triggered.
A company may, for a variety of reasons, choose to remove a director from office. In this respect, due consideration should be given to what statutory or constitutional devices are available for the purposes ...
The Covid-19 pandemic created an unprecedented situation for the lives and livelihoods of people from every socioeconomic background. In response to the pandemic, Cyprus introduced a series of humanitarian ...
A relatively less-known procedure, the examinership framework, may hold the key to the survival of corporations faced with the financial consequences of the Covid-19 outbreak.
A.G. Erotocritou LLC has been invited by Burges Salmon to contribute the Cyprus chapter to a comprehensive paper in relation to the regulation of cryptoassets. 
The District Court of Limassol has ruled that a minority shareholder may pursue an oppression of minority petition, irrespective of whether the underlying company had a positive value for distribution ...
The right to pursue a private criminal prosecution is an effective and frequently used weapon in the arsenal for combatting white-collar crime in Cyprus.
Recent surprise inspections conducted by the European Commission at the premises of companies active in the grocery sector in France have brought back the spotlight on the growing powers of competition ...
Insolvency proceedings can be recognised in Cyprus through the EU Recast Insolvency Regulation (2015/848) or under the principles of common law.  
A derivative action is an aggrieved minority shareholder’s right of action which essentially derives from the company, and is ordinarily available to members who may seek protection in circumstances which ...
As of the 15th of May 2019, applications for naturalization through investment will need to meet certain criteria (in addition to the ones currently in force), in accordance with the recent decision of ...
In addition to instituting a common law claim for a repudiatory breach of the underlying loan agreement, where the moneys advanced are applied by the borrower for a purpose other than that contemplated ...