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In which law are included the Articles relating to the Liquidation of the company, what regulations are used in the liquidation process and what jurisprudence supports the correct conditions for the preparation and submission of request for Liquidation?
What is the Government Policy on the Registration of Fees?
What is the legal framework for the setup of the Cyprus One-Stop-Shop?
All aims of punishment (i.e. retribution, deterrence, reformation and social protection) have the potential to be achieved through imprisonment. However, what is needed is the correct administration of them by Criminal Justice Systems worldwide. Their achievement depends upon the implementation of effective sentences, respect and cooperation between offenders, victims and community to avoid unfair punishment as well as useless and dangerous amplification in the use of prisons.
Costs for Companies/Ships Registration, Banking, Physical Presence, Accounting, Additional Services, Taxation, Employment & Order Form.
General legal considerations when embarking to expand your operations into e-commerce using Cyprus e-commerce infrastructure (Cyprus banks, Cyprus credit card processing/authentication companies, Cyprus web development companies, Cyprus web hosting companies).
What is the status of the Cyprus loan guarantor when the borrower defaults payments?
Common problems in property conveyance in Cyprus, especially in structures built in Cyprus tourist areas.
Licensing requirements, Fees, Commissions, VAT return claims, Social Security, Land Registry Closures, Special Sale of Immovable Property contracts.
Fees, EU-considerations, etc.
Import Tax Levies, VAT, Temporary Storage, Bonded, Re-exportation, Goods-in-transit, vessel/ship repairing parts, etc.
Lease agreements, Rent controls, 'Tenants-from-hell', Evictions, etc.
Ottoman Rule (1571-1878) - Ottoman Land Law Rules, Colonial years (1878-1960) - British CLR, Years of Independence (1960-2004) - Final adoption of the Hellenic language, Cyprus EU accession (2004-Present).
Analysis of the Definition of Theft, as laid down in the Theft Act 1968 enacted by the British Parliament.