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Cyprus: Cyber Libel or Defamation committed through the Internet and jurisdiction of Cypriot Courts

28 July 2020 by Soteris Pittas & Co

We live in a society where people fought to secure their right of freedom of expression. But what will happen if such right is being used in an abusive way? It is well recognised that the Internet is a navigation engine where an individual may post, in many ways, his own articles in order to express his opinion or his belief in a relation to a specific matter. Consequently, it could be argued, that because of this extensive right given to the individuals by this high-end navigation engine, the volume of the Cyber Libel cases has been enlarged.

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CYPRUS: English Guidance on the grounds of winding up of companies on the just and equitable basis

28 July 2020 by Soteris Pittas & Co

Based on English case law, winding up orders have been made in, among other instances, the following circumstances, where:

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CYPRUS: Locus standing of shareholder to petition the winding up of his company, on the Just & Equitable Ground

10 July 2020 by Soteris Pittas & Co

Cypriot Courts have used English case law as guidance, on deciding on the above issue, including the following leading cases:

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Cyprus: English guidance on the obligation of a parent company to disclose documents of it’s subsidiaries

23 June 2020 by Soteris Pittas & Co

In a recent judgment issued by the English Commercial Court in Pipia v BGEO Group Limited [2020] EWHC 402, it has been held that, initially, the parent company does not have automatically control of its subsidiaries’ documents, merely by virtue of its shareholding.

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Cyprus: Enforcement of Arbitral Award – Are the criteria of Article IV of New York Convention rigid rules?

17 June 2020 by Soteris Pittas & Co

In the recent decision of the District Court of Nicosia in Smagin ν. Kalken Holdings Limited a.o Application Numb: 601/2017, the Court examined the criteria for Recognition and Enforcement of an Arbitral Award.

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Paphos partner, Christia Middleton, elevated to judiciary.

17 June 2020 by Elias Neocleous & Co

Paphos partner, Christia Middleton, elevated to judiciary.

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CYPRUS: Guidance from common Law cases, regarding the requirements to be met by an Applicant for the issue of a Court order to place a voluntary liquidation of a Cypriot Company, under supervision of Court

20 May 2020 by Soteris Pittas & Co

Section 293 of Companies Laws, CAP. 113 (“CAP. 113”) provides for the power of Cypriot Courts to issue an order for the placement of a voluntary liquidation of a Cypriot company under Court’s Supervision, upon the application of the company’s creditors or shareholders, and subject to terms to be fixed by Court, as it deems just.

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Elias Neocleous & Co - Cyprus: The Minister of Finance has issued an ‘Order on Extraordinary Measures by Financial Organizations and Supervisory Authorities’

12 May 2020 by Elias Neocleous & Co

The Minister of Finance has issued an ‘Order on Extraordinary Measures by Financial Organizations and Supervisory Authorities’

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Cyprus: Tax measures introduced due to COVID-19

12 May 2020 by Elias Neocleous & Co, Elena Christodoulou

Cyprus: Tax measures introduced due to COVID-19

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OECD Secretariat Analysis of Tax Treaties and the Impact of the COVID-19

12 May 2020 by Elias Neocleous & Co, Elena Christodoulou

OECD Secretariat Analysis of Tax Treaties and the Impact of the COVID-19