Extension of the deadline for the payment of the Fee of the Cyprus Central Agency for Equal Distribution of Burdens (K.F.I.K.B.) 0.4% due to the transfer of real estate and shares after sale during the period 22/02/2021 until 18/11/2022.
Παράταση προθεσμίας καταβολής του Τέλους Κεντρικού Φορέα Ισότιμης Κατανομής Βαρών (Κ.Φ.Ι.Κ.Β.) 0,4% λόγω μεταβίβασης ακίνητης ιδιοκτησίας και μετοχών κατόπιν πώλησης κατά την περίοδο 22/02/2021 μέχρι 18/11/2022.
The world of cryptocurrency and blockchain technology knows no borders. As crypto markets continue to expand globally, they attract a growing number of businesses offering a wide range of services.
We’re pleased to be one of the authors to the latest edition of “Buying & Selling Real Estate: An International Guide” in ILN’s comparative guide.
Cyprus has been considered as an attractive destination for investors, individuals and families through its competitive transparent legal, financial and regulatory framework as well as the advantageous tax policy combined with the strong banking system and stable economy with high standard of living and an excellent education system.
We’re pleased to be the authors of the Cyprus law chapter in Mondaq’s Comparative Guide on Private Mergers & Acquisitions.
Cyprus is a common law jurisdiction, and its legal system is based on the UK one. It is a clear and robust system which leaves no uncertainty as to the ownership status of real estate in Cyprus.
In the dynamic world of financial markets, the listing and delisting of securities on stock exchanges is a natural part of the evolving landscape.
The adoption of a unified surrender procedure among judicial authorities of European Union (EU) member states, based on the principle of mutual recognition and trust, has accelerated and simplified the extradition process while simultaneously limiting the ability of the executing state’s judicial authority to examine claims of potential violations of the fundamental rights of the requested person. Initially, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) adhered to a doctrinal approach, emphasising the respect for fundamental rights and freedoms by all EU member states.
Directors are responsible for maintaining the company’s accounting books and records in accordance with applicable accounting standards and laws governing the country where the company is registered.