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New law on limitation of actions
When Cyprus gained independence in 1960 it retained the colonial-era Limitation of Actions Law,(1) which prescribed the time limits within which claims must be brought before a court. The Limitations Law was suspended in 1964 following inter-communal disturbances.
Reproduced with permission from International Law Office. This article was first published on the website www.internationallawoffice.com
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