The recent amendments to Article 111 of the Constitution, the Marriage Law (Law 104/2003), the Family Courts Law (Law 23/1990) and the Law on Attempted Conciliation and Spiritual Resolution of Marriage (Law 22/1990) contributed to the urgent and long sought modernisation of the old family law, which was not in line with European and international standards.
Discover an overview of our Real Estate Practice; our Real Estate team is featured in this month’s IMH Gold Magazine “Large-scale real estate developments in Cyprus”.
Harris Kyriakides team successfully completed the 5km corporate race at the OPAP Limassol Marathon.
Join Harris Kyriakides at UCLan Cyprus Career Fair 2023.
Harris Kyriakides proudly supports the UCY UN EU Club Cyprus delegation to Harvard WorldMUN 2023, empowering the next generation of leaders to engage in impactful discussions and address global challenges with innovative solutions.
This Christmas Harris Kyriakides proudly supports Ablebook, an application that aims to improve the quality of life of people with disabilities and vulnerable groups.
This Christmas Harris Kyriakides proudly supports Youth Makerspace Larnaka.
Harris Kyriakides supported a recent research project on the effect of artificial intelligence on the administration of justice and adjudication by the University of Oxford.
Our lawyers have been actively involved in providing pro bono services to Aradippou Basketball Club on various legal matters.
We were delighted to advise pro bono the Larnaca Tourism Board in the Elpida Project.
Harris Kyriakides and DLA Piper co-organised Oresti Omran's book presentation 25+1 Questions on the Energy Crisis, last Friday at the Leventios Art Gallery.
Join our partner MichaelKyriakides on February 3 speaking at the Annual Asset Recovery Series conference in Dublin on obtaining information for asset recovery under the new Civil Procedure Rules in Cyprus.
Congratulations to Procedural Law Unit for hosting an insightful symposium for a second consecutive year. The general theme for this year’s conference was “European Civil Procedure After Brexit: delays and need to speed-up, technology in justice and ADR”.
The European initiative Rechance Project by the Center for Social Innovation - CSI and the European University Cyprus organise a conference on "Unleashing the powers of the next day" for a more holistic social inclusion of ex-prisoners.
Harris Kyriakides hosted Dr Roman Khodykin at our headquarters for a roundtable discussion on Experiences in Cross-Border Corporate Dispute Resolution.
New hydrogen and gas market decarbonisation plans announced by the European Commission
28 January 2022
European legislative proposals to decarbonise the EU gas market and to ensure energy security for all citizens in Europe intended to facilitate a shift into renewable energy.Read More
We are at the forefront of the Cyprus renewable energy market, advising market leaders and investors on renewable energy projects and transactions across the spectrum of renewable energy technologies such as water, solar, biogas, hydrogen, onshore and offshore wind, energy-from-waste, biomass and biofuels. We are assisting clients, including those entering the renewable market for the first time, on first-of-a-kind renewables project in Cyprus. We are also advising clients on circular economy and ancillary regulatory matters.
Our renewable energy team has practical experience on each stage of a project, including planning, permissions, joint ventures and other corporate matters, structuring equity investment, developing project documents (such as PPAs, turbine supply agreements, EPC and O&M arrangements), project finance, project licensing and M&A. We further advise our clients in relation to renewable energy support mechanisms and other such mechanisms for both suppliers and end users.
Our practice includes:
1 Kinyra Street, 5th floor
115 Faneromenis Avenue,
12 Platonos Street,
4 Nicou Nicolaidi & Kinyra,
2nd floor, 8011 Paphos
164A Georgiou Gourounia,
1st floor, 5289 Paralimni
Monday – Thursday
8:00 – 18:00
8:00 – 16:00
TEL: +357 24 201 600
FAX: +357 24 201 601