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ΕΡΜΗΝΕΊΑ ΌΡΟΥ ΣΕ ΔΙΑΓΩΝΙΣΜΌ

17 NOV, 2022

Το θέμα της ερμηνείας όρου Διαγωνισμού που προκήρυξε ο Δήμος Λευκωσίας, απασχόλησε πρόσφατα το Διοικητικό Δικαστήριο στην υπόθεση Athni Trading Ltd-v-Δήμος Λευκωσίας.

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ΠΡΌΣΦΑΤΕΣ ΤΡΟΠΟΠΟΙΉΣΕΙΣ ΒΑΣΙΚΏΝ ΝΌΜΩΝ ΣΕ ΣΧΈΣΗ ΜΕ ΤΟ ΤΡΑΠΕΖΙΚΌ ΚΑΙ ΑΣΦΑΛΙΣΤΙΚΌ ΔΊΚΑΙΟ

15 FEB, 2019

Στις 19/12/2018 δημοσιευτήκαν στην Επίσημη Εφημερίδα της Κυπριακής Δημοκρατίας, και συνεπώς τέθηκαν σε ισχύ, τρεις νέοι τροποποιητικοί νόμοι.

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FOREIGN CURRENCY LOANS

25 APR, 2017

FOREIGN CURRENCY LOANS: A customer’s bad bargain or a breach of banker’s duties?

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LEGAL REFORM PROPOSALS OVER APPOINTMENT OF RECEIVERS

11 JUN, 2018

In 2016 members of Parliament (MPs) proposed legal reforms with the aim of regulating the procedure for the appointment of receivers by debenture holders. Although debate on the issue stopped for a period, it recently re-emerged in vigorous form following the sale of hotel units by receivers who had been appointed by financial institutions pursuant to a floating charge.

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IMPOSITION OF FINE ON COMPANY IN LIQUIDATION

18 APR, 2018

In January 2018 a district court sentenced a company in liquidation that had once been Cyprus's biggest grocery retail company.(1) The sentence concerned the issuance of a cheque with insufficient funds.

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DISAGREEMENT OVER WHO IS PREFERENTIAL CREDITOR IN LIQUIDATION OF STATE-OWNED COMPANY

02 MAR, 2018

On January 10 2018 the annual creditors' meeting of former state-owned air carrier, Cyprus Airways took place. The liquidator presented a settlement plan which provided for the payment of €11 million to preferential creditors – namely, former employees and the state.

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IS THERE SUCH A PERSON AS A NOMINEE DIRECTOR OR SHAREHOLDER?

05 DEC, 2017

In this article the concepts of nominee director and shareholder under Cyprus law are examined in turn. As a starting point it should be noted that the term ‘nominee’ is not legally defined in Cyprus, but it is used to denote certain types of relationships.

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MERGERS OF COOPERATIVE SOCIETIES

05 OCT, 2017

Following the economic crisis, Cyprus witnessed the merging of several cooperative societies, mainly cooperative credit institutions. These mergers reduced the total number of cooperative credit institutions from over 300 to just 18. However, in July 2017 a second merger took place which saw the 18 institutions merged into a single entity. This update briefly examines the procedure to be followed for the merging of cooperative societies.

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COURT ORDERS DISCLOSURE OF SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY REPORTS

05 DEC, 2018

The recent High Court case (David Lonsdale v National Westminster Bank) is particularly important to banks when receiving data subject access requests for personal data relating to Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs). This case is an interaction between tipping off and data protection issues.

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HAVE ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEES OF PENSION FUNDS DONE ENOUGH TO COMPLY WITH THE GDPR?

12 OCT, 2018

The running of an occupational Pension Fund is inevitably connected with the collection and handling of personal data of the employees participating in the Fund as Members.

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THE IMPACT OF THE GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION ON YOUR BUSINESS

02 MAR, 2018

Gold magazine special promotional feature "Data Management" presented by George Z. Georgiou & Associates LLC.

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ΕΥΡΩΠΑΪΚΌΣ ΓΕΝΙΚΌΣ ΚΑΝΟΝΙΣΜΌΣ ΠΡΟΣΤΑΣΊΑΣ ΔΕΔΟΜΈΝΩΝ

02 MAR, 2018

Με τον νέο Ευρωπαϊκό Γενικό Κανονισμό Προστασίας Δεδομένων (Ε.Ε.) 2016/679, που θα εφαρμοστεί αυτόματα στις 25 Μαΐου 2018, καθιερώνεται ενιαίο νομικό πλαίσιο για την προστασία των προσωπικών δεδομένων σε όλα τα κράτη μέλη της Ε.Ε.

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SUPREME COURT DISMISSES APPEAL IN MICHAELIDES V COOPERATIVE BANK OF PEGIA

14 DEC, 2018

In the recent Supreme Court case Michaelides v Cooperative Bank of Pegia (Civil Appeal 477/2012), dated 27 June 2018, the appellants appealed the first-instance judgment of the Paphos District Court allowing the registration and execution of an arbitral award.

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