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The rapid advancement of artificial intelligence (AI) has brought about significant legal challenges, particularly in the realm of intellectual property. A recent landmark decision by a Czech court has set a precedent in Europe by ruling that AI-generated works cannot...
The case, rooted in allegations of facilitating illegal gambling through its virtual currency, Robux, not only tests the legal frameworks governing digital platforms in the U.S. but also offers a lens through which similar platforms could be scrutinised in jurisdictions...
After 12 years, the €350 annual fee imposed on companies in Cyprus in 2011 is being abolished....
The updated Double Tax Treaty (DTT) between Cyprus and France, signed on 11 December 2023, represents a development in the tax relationship between the two countries. This new agreement supersedes the previous treaty from 1981, reflecting contemporary international tax standards...
Comprehensive amendments aimed at bolstering the regulatory framework governing the sale of immovable properties, particularly those encumbered by existing mortgages....
The European Commission's enforcement of a minimum 15% tax rate for multinational companies with annual revenues exceeding €750 million, effective from January 1, 2024, marks a pivotal point....
In late 2023, Cyprus enacted significant changes to its nationality law, particularly targeting highly skilled and qualified individuals....
The new civil procedure rules in Cyprus represent a significant step towards modernising the Cyprus legal system. ...
Entities operating within Cyprus must ensure timely compliance for the Register of Beneficial Owners (UBO Register) to avoid penalties....
After two years of negotiations, the Republic of Cyprus and the European Commission have agreed to amend the VAT law to reduce the rate for the acquisition or construction of primary and permanent residences....