International Civil Fraud - Cyprus Chapter 2014
|by Stavros Pavlou|
Patrikios Pavlou & Associates LLC - Limassol Office
|January 31, 2014|
Previously published on January 2014
Type of legal system
The Cyprus legal system is largely based on common law. Cyprus, as a former British colony, inherited common law doctrines and principles which were codified into legislation when the Republic of Cyprus was established in 1960. The Cyprus legal system benefits from the certainty of a codified law and the flexibility of well-developed common law and equity principles.
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