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Giorgos Landas LLC Ranked at Legal 500 EMEA

We are proud to announce that our law firm Giorgos Landas LLC has been included in the official rankings as one of the leading practices by The Legal 500 EMEA.

What is even more delightful is that our firm managed to be included from the first year of submitting its application, which is a testament to the very hard work of our colleagues as well as the breadth, depth, and the quality of the legal services that we deliver to our clients.

Legal 500 is one of the world’s largest legal directories, which provides a guide to the best law firms and lawyers.

In particular, our law firm has been recognized and ranked under two practice areas:

“Commercial, corporate and M & A” and “Dispute Resolution”.

Giorgos Landas stands out in Commercial, Corporate, and M & A, and our very own Anna Pavlou is recommended in Dispute Resolution.

We would like to thank all our Clients, Colleagues, and Associates for their support, trust, and reviews of our services.

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Law of Contracts; The post Covid-19 era

The main difference between the Principle of frustration and the ‘Force Majeure’ clause is that the first one is a statutory principle[7] (which was included in the drafting of the Law by the wisdom of the legislator) and the Court has the obligation to examine the contract in question, while the second one is a clause which shall be included in the contract of question.

As it was held by the Supreme Court of Cyprus: “The doctrine of frustration comes into play when a contract becomes impossible of performance, after it is made, on account of circumstances beyond the control of parties or the change in circumstances makes the performance of the contract impossible. In fact, impossibility and frustration are often used as interchangeable expressions. The changed circumstances make the performance of contract impossible. In India, the law dealing with frustration must primarily be looked at as contained in sections 32 and 56 of the Contract Act. The rule in section 56 exhaustively deals with the doctrine of frustration of contracts and it cannot be extended by analogies borrowed from the English Common Law. The Court can give relief on the ground of subsequent impossibility when it finds that the whole purpose or the basis of the contract has frustrated by the intrusion or occurrence of an unexpected event or change of circumstances which was not contemplated by the parties at the date of the contract”[8].

The legal effect of applying the principle of frustration is the voidance of the contract in question. In this way the parties to the contract are released from any further obligations they have under that contract[9].

The importance of including ‘Force Majeure” clause in the drafting of the Contract

As it was analyzed above, the Principle of Frustration applies by the Court only in cases where there was not a ‘Force Majeure’ clause in the contract of the question, because of the unforeseeable event[10]. The importance for both Parties that will enter into an Agreement, to include a ‘Force Majeure’ clause is out of question. It cannot only be used as a shield but also as a sword, by either party when the unforeseeable event occurs.

Finally, while drafting a contract we should bear in mind that clause of ‘Force Majeure’ should not be generic and/or vague as the Court may reject the clause.

[1] Article 10 of the Law of Contracts (Cap 149).

[2] Chesire, Fifoot & Furmston’s, “Law of Contract”, Oxford University Press, 17th Edition (2012), p.714.

[3] Ibid.

[4] Denny, Mott and Dickson Ltd v James B Fraser & Co Ltd [1994] AC 265 at 272, 274, [1994] 1 All ER 678 at 681, 683

[5] Pollock and Mulla: “The Indian Contract and Specific Relief Acts”, LexisNexis India 9th Edition page. 397

[6] Channel Island Ferries Ltd v Sealink UK Ltd [1988] 1 Lloyd’s Rep. 323 (10 December 1987)

[7] Article 56 of the Contract Law (CAP. 149)


[9] Article 56(2) of the Law

[10] Polyvios G. Polyviou: “Contract Law in Cyprus, Theory and Practice”, Chrysafinis and Polyviou (2017), p. 567

Digital nomads

Cyprus Digital Nomads Visa Scheme

The “Cyprus Digital Nomad Visa Scheme” is part of the Government’s new plan, established on the 1st of January 2022, which aims to attract foreign businesses to establish their activities in Cyprus or even to expand them.

This scheme allows nationals of non-EU and non-EEA countries to temporarily reside in Cyprus to provide digital services for Companies / Clients outside of Cyprus, either by working – remotely – individually as self-employed or for an employer registered abroad using telecommunications technology.

Who is eligible to apply:

  1. Non-EU and non-EEA nationals who can work from home using telecoms technologies;
  2. Individuals who are employed by a firm registered in another country for which they may work remotely, or self-employed who can provide services remotely to clients in other countries;
  3. Professionals who may be able to demonstrate that they have a monthly net income of at least €3.500, after deduction of contributions and taxes.

Benefits for those who grant the residence permit:

  1. One-year permit to reside in Cyprus, with the option of renewal for a period of another two years. Note: Family members can also apply and obtain a residence permit.
  2. Applicants are considered as tax residences of Cyprus in case they exceed 183 days of residence in Cyprus, provided that they are not tax residences in another country.

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Στις περιπτώσεις μη εξυπηρετούμενων δανείων,  όπου οι οφειλέτες  παραλείπουν και/ή αδυνατούν να καταβάλλουν ανελλιπώς τις δόσεις τους για την αποπληρωμή δανείων και/ή άλλων τραπεζικών διευκολύνσεων που τους παραχωρήθηκαν, οι ενυπόθηκοι δανειστές κατά την προσπάθεια τους να λάβουν τις οφειλές των δανειοληπτών προχωρούν σε διαδικασία  εκποίησης και/ή πώλησης των ενυπόθηκων ακινήτων των ενυπόθηκων οφειλετών. Οι εκποιήσεις των υποθηκών και οι πλειστηριασμοί των ακινήτων έχουν καταστεί πλέον  καθημερινό φαινόμενο με αποτέλεσμα αρκετά φυσικά και νομικά πρόσωπα να έρχονται αντιμέτωπα με αυτή τη διαδικασία η οποία επιχειρείται να αναλυθεί συνοπτικά πιο κάτω.

Η διαδικασία εκποίησης του ενυπόθηκου ακινήτου ρυθμίζεται απο τις πρόνοιες του Μέρους VIA του περί Μεταβιβάσεως και Υποθηκεύσεως Ακινήτων Νόμου, αρ. 9/1965 ως αυτός έχει τροποποποιηθεί (στο εξής «η Νομοθεσία»).Σύμφωνα με την υφιστάμενη νομοθεσία ο Ενυπόθηκος Δανειστής αποκτά το δικαίωμα να προχωρήσει με εκποίηση του ενυπόθηκου ακινήτου όταν ολόκληρο το ενυπόθηκο χρέος καθίσταται πληρωτέο και απαιτητό ως αποτέλεσμα υπερημερίας όχι μικρότερης των 120 ημερών από την ημερομηνία που αυτό καθίσταται πληρωτέο.

 Η διαδικασία εκποίησης του ακινήτου  διενεργείται με την αποστολή των σχετικών ειδοποιήσεων ως περιγράφονται  κάτωθιꓽ

Η διαδικασία πλειστηριασμού του ενυπόθηκου ακινήτου ξεκινά με την αποστολή προς τον ενυπόθηκο οφειλέτη της Ειδοποίησης Τύπος “I” μαζί με κατάσταση λογαριασμού του οφειλόμενου ενυπόθηκου χρέους, τόκων και άλλων εξόδων και σε περίπτωση που ο ενυπόθηκος δανειστής είναι αδειοδοτημένο πιστωτικό ίδρυμα συνοδεύεται από την ειδοποίηση Τύπο «Θ». Ο ενυπόθηκος δανειστής απαλλάσσεται από την υποχρέωση αποστολής της ειδοποίησης  Τύπο «Θ», εάν έχει εξασφαλίσει δικαστική απόφαση εναντίον του ενυπόθηκου οφειλέτη ή εάν υπάρχει κατατεθειμένη αίτηση πώλησης του ενυπόθηκου ακινήτου σύμφωνα με τις διατάξεις του Μέρους VI.

Μέσω της Ειδοποίησης Τύπου “Ι” ο ενυπόθηκος οφειλέτης καλείται όπως εξοφλήσει το οφειλόμενο ποσό εντός προθεσμίας όχι μικρότερης των 45 ημερών από την ημερομηνία επίδοσης της αναφερόμενης ειδοποίησης, ενώ παράλληλα ενημερώνεται ότι, σε περίπτωση μη εξόφλησης, ο ενυπόθηκος δανειστής δύναται να ασκήσει το δικαίωμα του για πώληση του ενυπόθηκου ακινήτου.

Σε περίπτωση όπου ο ενυπόθηκος οφειλέτης δεν συμμορφωθεί με τις απαιτήσεις της Ειδοποίησης Τύπου “Ι” και παραλείψει να εξοφλήσει το οφειλόμενο ποσό, τότε ο ενυπόθηκος δανειστής επιδίδει  στον ενυπόθηκο οφειλέτη την Ειδοποίηση Τύπου “ΙΑ”. Με την Ειδοποίηση αυτή, ο ενυπόθηκος οφειλέτης ενημερώνεται ότι το ενυπόθηκο ακίνητο του πρόκειται να πωληθεί με πλειστηριασμό και αυτή η ειδοποίηση δεν δύναται να επιδοθεί στον οφειλέτη σε περίοδο μικρότερη των 30 ημερών από την καθορισμένη ημέρα και ώρα πώλησης του ενυπόθηκου ακινήτου.

Με την επίδοση της ειδοποίησης Τύπος ΙΑ ή προγενέστερα ή μεταγενέστερα αυτής αποστέλνεται Ειδοποίηση Τύπου “IB” με την οποία ο ενυπόθηκος δανειστής καλεί τον ενυπόθηκο οφειλέτη, εντός 10 ημερών από την παραλαβή της εν λόγω ειδοποίησης, να διορίσει εκτιμητή και να προβεί σε εκτίμηση του ενυπόθηκου ακινήτου. Για την ετοιμασία ανεξάρτητων εκτιμήσεων προς τον υπολογισμό της αγοραίας αξίας του ενυπόθηκου ακινήτου διορίζονται δύο εκτιμητές, ένας εκ μέρους του ενυπόθηκου δανειστή και ένας εκ μέρους του ενυπόθηκου οφειλέτη ενώ σε περίπτωση παράλειψης του ενυπόθηκου οφειλέτη  να διορίσει ανεξάρτητο εκτιμητή τότε ο ενυπόθηκος δανειστής προχωρεί ο ίδιος στον διορισμό δύο εκτιμητών. Κατά την αρχική προσπάθεια πώλησης, εφαρμόζεται επιφυλασσόμενη τιμή που αντιστοιχεί στο 80% της αγοραίας αξίας του ακινήτου και το ακίνητο δεν δύναται να πωληθεί σε τιμή χαμηλότερη αυτής.

Σε περίπτωση που δεν πραγματοποιείται πώληση του ακινήτου κατά τον πρώτο πλειστηριασμό, ο ενυπόθηκος δανειστής δύναται να προχωρήσει σε περαιτέρω προσπάθειες πώλησης του ακινήτου είτε με πλειστηριασμό είτε με απευθείας πώληση βάσει τις πρόνοιες της νομοθεσίας και προς τον σκοπό αυτό επιδίδει την Ειδοποίηση Τύπος “IΓ“ στον ενυπόθηκο οφειλέτη εντός χρονικής περιόδου όχι μικρότερης των 20 ημερών από την ημερομηνία πώλησης στην οποία πρέπει να αναγράφεται η μέθοδος πώλησης του ενυπόθηκου ακινήτου.

Η ως άνω αναφερθείσα νομοθεσία παρέχει στον ενυπόθηκο οφειλέτη το δικαίωμα  να σταματήσει την εκποίηση του ενυπόθηκου ακινήτου του και να προστατεύσει την ακίνητη ιδιοκτησία του με την καταχώρηση έφεσης  στο Επαρχιακό Δικαστήριο  εντός 45 ημερών από την ημερομηνία παραλαβής της ειδοποίησης Τύπου ΙΑ αποσκοπώντας στον  παραμερισμό της ειδοποίησης της σκοπούμενης πώλησης. Οι λόγοι για τους οποίους μπορεί η ειδοποίηση Τύπος ΙΑ να παραμεριστεί αναφέρονται εξαντλητικά  στο άρθρο 44(Γ) στο εδάφιο 3 αυτού ως εξήςꓽ

  1. Η επιδοθείσα ειδοποίηση δεν πληροί τις απαιτούμενες κατά τον προβλεπόμενο τύπο και περιεχόμενο, προϋποθέσεις.
  2. Η ειδοποίηση δεν έχει δεόντως επιδοθεί.
  3. Η ειδοποίηση έχει αποσταλεί πριν τη λήξη της προθεσμίας για καταβολή της πληρωμής προς τον ενυπόθηκο δανειστή.
  4. Έχει εκδοθεί παρεμπίπτον απαγορευτικό διάταγμα υπέρ του ενυπόθηκου οφειλέτη σύμφωνα με το άρθρο 32 του περί Δικαστηρίων Νόμου.
  5. Ο ενυπόθηκος δανειστής αρνήθηκε να προσέλθει σε διαδικασία αναδιάρθρωσης πιστωτικών διευκολύνσεων σύμφωνα με τις διατάξεις του περί Σύστασης και Λειτουργίας του Ενιαίου Φορέα Εξώδικης Επίλυσης Διαφορών Χρηματοοικονομικής Φύσεως Νόμου.
  6. Έχει εκδοθεί προστατευτικό διάταγμα υπέρ του ενυπόθηκου οφειλέτη δυνάμει των διατάξεων του περί Αφερεγγυότητας Φυσικών Προσώπων (Προσωπικά Σχέδια Αποπληρωμής και Διατάγματα Απαλλαγής Οφειλών) Νόμου
  7. Ο ενυπόθηκος οφειλέτης του οποίου η συμμετοχή εγκρίνεται  στο σχέδιο “ΕΣΤΙΑ για αντιμετώπιση των μη εξυπηρετούμενων δανείων και στήριξη ευάλωτων κοινωνικών ομάδων”  ή σε οποιαδήποτε άλλο κυβερνητικό σχέδιο επιδότησης πιστωτικής διευκόλυνσης, νοουμένου ότι αυτός αποδέχεται και τηρεί τη συμφωνία και τις πιστωτικές του υποχρεώσεις όπως προκύπτουν από το εν λόγω σχέδιο.

Ενόψει των ανωτέρω η δυνατότητα ενός ενυπόθηκου οφειλέτη να προσφύγει στο Δικαστήριο αποσκοπώντας στην αναστολή και/ή στον παραμερισμό της διαδικασίας του σκοπούμενου πλειστηριασμού περιορίζεται μόνο στις περιπτώσεις που αναφέρονται στο άρθρο 44(Γ) και η προθεσμία  που τίθεται στη νομοθεσία εντός της οποίας πρέπει να καταχωρηθεί αίτηση- έφεση στο Δικαστήριο είναι αυστηρή και καταληκτική για την τύχη της.


Register of Self-serviced accommodations

By modification of the Law for Hotels and other Tourist Establishments of 2019 and 2020, a Register for the registration of “Self-Service Accommodation Establishments”, has been created and obligates any owner that wishes to use his/her accommodation as Self-serviced accommodation establishment, to submit the relevant application, for the registration to the mentioned Register.

According to the provisions of the Law, self-serviced accommodation is divided into 3 sub-categories:

  • Furnished Villas
  • Furnished houses
  • Flats

that will be used for touristic purposes, but do not constitute hotels or touristic accommodations established by the relevant Law.

The entire registration process of the self-service accommodations is done exclusively through an online platform on the website of the Ministry of Tourism.

It is noted that the owner(s) of the self-service accommodation, can advertise and/or rent the self-service accommodation, provided that it is registered in the Register of Self-service Accommodations and has received a special sign and registration number, which need to appear on the advertisement and/or in the promotion of the accommodation, as well as in all relevant transactions.

Further, it is crucial to mention that for the above-mentioned procedure the applicant(s) must be registered with the Tax Department, and the VAT Department (if applicable), and the accommodation needs to have a planning/building permit and to be insured.  

The applicant(s) are obliged to apply, separate applications for each self-service accommodation.

This registration is renewable every three (3) years.


Refund for the VAT imposed on the purchase of land for the construction of a house subject to the reduced VAT rate

The Council of Ministers decided on the 12th of January 2022, for a 14% VAT refund on land purchased by a parent or a legal guardian when this is transferred to an adult child in order to construct a house.

Precondition so you can consider a beneficiary, is that you meet the criteria of the reduced 5% VAT.

This amendment is valid from the date of the Decision of the Council of Ministers, namely the 12th of January 2022.

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“Η εκπαίδευση είναι το πιο ισχυρό όπλο που μπορείς να χρησιμοποιήσεις για να αλλάξεις τον κόσμο” Nelson Mandela.

Το δικηγορικό γραφείο, GIORGOS LANDAS LLC, παρέχει σε τακτά χρονικά διαστήματα στους εργαζομένους του εκπαιδευτικά προγράμματα, σεμινάρια και βοήθεια σε ενίσχυση εκπαίδευσης.

Το 2021 οι υπάλληλοι μας παρακολούθησαν μεταξύ άλλων τα πιο κάτω σεμινάρια και προγράμματα εκμάθησης:

  • 14 Hours Course in Motivation Management for Improved Performance
  • Real Estate Masterclass
  • Advanced Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Seminar
  • Δικαστηριακές Εταιρικές Αιτήσεις
  • Προστασία Του Καταναλωτή Και Καταχρηστικές Ρήτρες
  • Η Υποχρεωτική Αυτόματη Ανταλλαγή Πληροφοριών Στον Τομέα Της Φορολογίας
  • Interim Injunctions – From Theory to Practice
  • Οικογενειακό Δίκαιο – Τι Ισχύει Σήμερα Και Οι Μεταρρυθμίσεις Που Έρχονται
  • Criminology: An approach to Criminal profiling
  • Blockchain for Lawyers course
  • CYSEC Advanced Certificate
  • CYSEC AML Certificate


On 18th of June 2021 the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (“CySEC”) announce the issuance of their Directive for the prevention and suppression of money laundering and terrorist financing (beneficial ownership register of Express Trusts and Similar Legal Arrangements).

The implementation of a Register for Trusts and similar legal arrangements was introduced and required by the 5th Anti – Money Laundering Directive, along with the Register for Beneficial Owners for Companies.

Obligation to report:

The trustee bears the obligation to submit information regarding the trust and its beneficial owners. According to Prevention and Suppression of Money Laundering Activities Laws of 2017-2021 (hereinafter “the Law”) the term ‘beneficial owner’ for trusts, includes the following:

  1. Settlors
  2. Trustees
  3. Protectors, if any
  4. Beneficiaries or where the individuals benefiting from the legal arrangement or entity have yet to be determined, the class of persons in whose main interest the legal arrangement or entity is set up or operates
  5. Any other natural person exercising ultimate control over the trust by means of direct or indirect ownership or by other means

The trustee should provide to CySEC the following details for the beneficial owners, which are mentioned above:

  1. Name and Surname
  2. Father’s name
  3. Date of Birth
  4. Place of Birth
  5. Nationality(ies)
  6. Residential Address
  7. Number and country of passport or ID
  8. Date that the person became the ultimate beneficial owner
  9. Nature and extent of interest held directly or indirectly
  10. Their role

What information is submitted:

The required information to be submitted to the registration of a trust is:

  1. The name of the trust
  2. Country and date of incorporation
  3. Governing law
  4. Termination date (if any)
  5. Details regarding the country of residence of the trustee and their residential address
  6. In the event where a trustee or other equivalent person is established or resides outside the European Union and enters into a business relationship on behalf of an express trust or other similar legal arrangement in the Republic, the commencement date, the other party’s name and the agreement governing the business relationship.
  7. In the event where a trustee or other equivalent person is established or resides outside the European Union and acquires immovable property on behalf of an express trust or other similar legal arrangement in the Republic, the registration number and address of immovable property and the title deed.
  8. Any other information or supporting documents the CySEC request for identification purposes.

Who has access to this information:

CySEC may grant access to submitted information to Supervisory Authorities, the Unit, Customs and Excise Departments, Tax Department and Police without any limitation.

However, the obliged entities may have access only to the name and surname, month and year of birth, country of residence, nationality, and nature and extent of interest held directly or indirectly. The obliged entities should submit a) a statement indicating that the purpose of obtaining such information is purely for due diligence procedures and for identification of their client, b) along with a consent of the trustee.

The persons who can demonstrate a legitimate interest may submit an application duly justifiable to have access to the Trusts’ Registry. Then, CySEC shall inform the trustee within ten days where they will be able to submit their observations.

In addition, CySEC may grant access to the Trusts’ Registry to legal or physical persons in relation to a trust which holds or owns a controlling interest in a company that is not incorporated in Cyprus upon the written request of the said person.

It is worth mentioning that access to Trusts’ Registry is on the discretion of CySEC and upon payment of respective fee.

Exemption of publishment of details of beneficial owner:

On exceptional cases and upon detailed examination CySEC may exempt from the access wholly or partially to information related to beneficial owner. Such cases are when disclosure of information would expose the beneficial owner to disproportionate risk of fraud, kidnapping, blackmail, extortion, harassment violence or intimidation or when the beneficial owner is a minor or legally incompetent.

It is understood that such exemptions do not apply to credit and financial institutions nor the Supervisory Authorities, Unit, Customs and Excise Department, Tax Department and Police.


The initial obligation to submit an application for registration of a trust was within six months from the date of publication of CySEC’s Directive. However, it is expected for further extension to be given from CySEC for such submissions.


Redeemable Preference Shares in Cyprus

A Company may, in accordance with the provisions of the Companies law, Cap 113, and if it is permitted by its articles of association, issue redeemable preference shares.

A right of redemption means that a company or its shareholders can decide to redeem the shares in exchange for cash or a fresh issue of shares.

Regulation 3 of Table A of the first Schedule of the Companies law states as follows:

“Subject to the provisions of Section 57 of the Law, any preference shares may, with the sanction of an ordinary resolution, be issued on the terms that they are or at the option of the Company are liable, to be redeemed on such the terms, and in such manner in terms of, among others, time, notice period, price and tranches as may be determined by special resolution of the Company before the issue of such shares”.

In accordance with the aforesaid Regulation of the Table A of the First Schedule of the Companies Law (Cap 113), redeemable shares are issued based on a shareholders’ ordinary resolution. The manner of redemption and the amount for which such shares will be redeemed will be stipulated in the Company’s articles of Association, subject to there being profits in the Company. Where the redeemable shares shall be redeemed at the option of the Company, the General Meeting or the Board of Directors will have the right to redeem the said shares with such right is determined by a special resolution of the General Meeting.

The matter of Redeemable Preference Shares is regulated by article 57 of Cap.113 of the Cyprus Companies Law, to the following effect:

  1. The premium payable on redemption of the shares should be paid either:

i. Out of profits that would otherwise be used to distribute dividends or;

ii. From the share premium account (article 57 (1)(c)).

  • The par value of Redeemable Preference Shares should be paid either:

i. Out of the profits that would otherwise be used to distribute dividends or;

ii. From a fresh issue of shares (article 57(1)(a)).

Redeemable Preference Shares may either be issued at a nominal value or at a premium. They must however issue as RPS from the outset, ordinary shares may not be converted into redeemable preference shares after being issued.

What are the Rights of Redeemable Preference Shares?

Redeemable preference shares carry preferential rights in relation to other classes of shares, particularly, in relation to ordinary shares. The rights which such redeemable preference shares carry, shall be explicitly stated in the Company’s articles of association.

The rights attached to the Redeemable Preference Shares may include:

i. The voting rights of the RPS holder;

ii. The rights to dividends and priorities on dividends;

iii. The timing and/or conditions of redemption;

iv. The repayment of capital;

In the absence of specifically determined rights in the terms of issue of the redeemable preference shares, these are differentiated on that these are issued for a specific period and upon expiry of this time, they are subject to redemption.

Nature of Redeemable Preference Shares

As regards the substantial nature of redeemable preference shares in terms of their classification as either equity or liability for accounting purposes pursuant to the IFRS, it is stressed that, in general, redeemable preference shares which are redeemable only at the option of their holder can be categorized as equity whereas preference shares redeemable at the option of the Company are regarded as liabilities or loans, especially in the case that these seem that are or were used as a means for financing; however, such classification always depends on the on the particularities of each case which must be examined under the IFRS.

Redemption of Redeemable Preference Shares

Fully paid redemption of Redeemable Preference Shares may occur:

1. At the option of the issuing company;

2. At the option of the shareholder;

3. On the occurrence of a particular event.

The specific procedure for the redemption of the respective redeemable preference shares to be followed in each case is determined by the manner of redemption as this is set forth in the relevant instrument passed in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Company’s Articles of Association, while of considerable importance is whether the shares in question are redeemable at the option of their holder and/or the Company. Therefore, it becomes apparent that both at the stage of the issuance of such shares as well as at the stage of the redemption thereof, it is of particular importance to respectfully follow the relevant provisions of the respective company’s Articles of Association, which must be properly interpreted for any misconceptions to be avoided.

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Giorgos Landas LLC – российский офис

В Адвокатском бюро Giorgos Landas LLC в рамках реализуемой нами стратегии мы сформировали команду, которая специализируется на ведении дел российских и восточноевропейских компаний и частных лиц.

Мы предлагаем:

  • Услуги опытных профессиональных менеджеров, разговаривающих на двух языках, которые внимательно ознакомятся с вашими пожеланиями и потребностями вашего бизнеса.
  • Предоставление консультационных и юридических услуг
  • Учреждение и создание компаний/ведение операций на Кипре
  • Бизнес-ориентированное правовое сопровождение и решение правовых вопросов
  • Юридические услуги и правовое сопровождение в сфере недвижимости
  • Юридические услуги и правовое сопровождение в сфере коммерческой деятельности


Giorgos Landas LLC Russian Desk

Here at Giorgos Landas LLC – Law Office as part of our on-going strategy we have formed a team specifically dedicated to attend to the affairs of Russian and Eastern European companies and individuals.

 We offer:

  •   Experienced professional bilingual managers who will spend time getting to know you and your business needs.
  • Providing consulting and legal advice services
  • Setting-up and starting up companies/operations in Cyprus
  • Business-oriented legal support and coordination of legal matters
  • Legal Services and Support in Real estate
  • Legal Services and Support in Commercial Business
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