CyLaw

Cylaw is a legal information project set up in February 2002 by the Cyprus lawyer Laris Vrahimis. It provides judgments of the Supreme Court of Cyprus 1997 onwards, Competition Commission decisions and law articles (all in Greek) and consolidated Civil Procedure Rules (in Greek and English versions).

Cyprus Law Reports

Contains the full text of the judgments of the Supreme Court of Cyprus for the period 1976 to 2003. Many of the judgments are in Greek only, but the search engine allows for the use of English keywords.

Focus Business Services

Focus Business Services is a company specialising in Cyprus company registration and taxation. Its web site provides guidance on these subjects and reproduces (in English) the relevant legislation, and also the tax treaties entered into by Cyprus.

Harneys

Harneys is a law firm providing international corporate and legal services related to the Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Cyprus and Anguilla. The Publications area of its website provides articles, legal updates, guides and webinars pertaining to these jurisdictions.

Neocleous

Neocleous is the web site of Andreas Neocleous & Co., a law firm with offices in Limassol, Nicosia and Paphos, which gives information about the firm’s services. The “Publications” section includes downloadable articles and book chapters on various aspects of Cyrpriot law written by members of the firm.

Sovereign Base Areas

The Sovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and Dhekelia are portions of Cyprus which were retained as UK military bases when the Republic of Cyprus achieved independence in 1960. They form a British Overseas Territory with its own administration and laws distinct from those of Cyprus and the UK. This official web site contains an index of SBA legislation in force, including details of related/amending legislation. Links to full texts are provided for legislation, original or amending, as published in the Sovereign Base Areas Gazette. Elsewhere there are brief accounts of the organisation and procedure of the courts.