There are no such special rules in Cyprus. However, there are provisions in the law protecting lawful heirs, which prohibit the so-called “reserved share” of the estate being disposed of in a will.
See the answer above.
As for immovable property, the rules in the Wills and Succession Law, Cap. 195, as amended, apply.
There are no special compliance procedures. The compliance procedures are the same as in all cases.
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