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The Department of the Registrar of Companies and Intellectual Property announced on the 28/11/2022, that based on the relevant Decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), dated 22/11/2022, in the co-litigation cases C-37/20 and C-601/20, access...
The Registrar of Companies announced that it intends to proceed with the strike off of companies, in accordance with article 327 (2A) (b) of the Companies Law, Chapter 113....
On Thursday 27th October 2022, the House of Representatives passed an amended bill regulating the levying of a 0.4% tax on all sales of real estate with the proceeds going to support Greek Cypriot refugees....
Binance approved by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC)....
According to the provisions contained in the Cyprus-Greece Double Tax Treaty (DTT), dividends paid by a company that is a tax resident of Cyprus to a shareholder tax resident of Greece may be taxed in Greece....
Τhe Department of Registrar has announced that the submission period for the submission of data of Beneficial Owners in the Beneficial Owners register of companies and other legal entities is extended to 31.07.2022....
Kidnapping & Abduction in Cyprus. Amendments to the Criminal Code by the Criminal Code (Amendment) Law 190 (I) of 2021....
The European Investigation Order (Directive 2014/41 /EU) has now entered into force, which now simplifies the work of the judicial authorities when they request evidence in another EU country....
After a decade of delay, the Cypriot Parliament has today passed a law imposing 19% VAT on land plots, while giving the tax authorities a fair amount of discretion in cases where the new law applies...
The Cyprus parliament has unanimously passed a bill that will allow crews of merchant ships registered in Cyprus to defend themselves with weapons in case pirates launch an attack. ...