Maintenance obligations

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Familiy law - maintenance obligations


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Article 71 1. (a) - Courts for application for a declaration of enforceability and courts for appeal against decisions on such applications

The courts with competence for examining applications for a declaration of enforceability pursuant to Article 27(1) are the Family Courts of Nicosia, Limassol, Larnaca/Famagusta and Paphos.

  • Family Court (Oikogeneiakó Dikastírio) of Nicosia
  • tel.: (+357) 22865601

    fax: (+357) 22302068

  • Family Court of Limassol
  • tel.: (+357) 25806185

    fax: (+357) 25305054

  • Family Court of Larnaca/Famagusta.
  • tel.: (+357) 24802754

    fax: (+357) 24802800

  • Family Court of Paphos
  • tel.: (+357) 26802626

    fax: (+357) 26306395

e-mail: chief.reg@sc.judicial.gov.cy

The court with competence to deal with appeals against decisions on such applications pursuant to Article 32(2) is the Family Court of Appeal (Devterobáthmio Oikogeneiakó Dikastírio).

It sits at the Supreme Court and its contact details are:

  • Supreme Court of Cyprus
    Odos Charalambou Mouskou 1404
    Nicosia
    Cyprus
    tel.: (+357) 22865741
    fax: (+357) 22304500
    e-mail: chief.reg@sc.judicial.gov.cy

Article 71 1. (b) - Redress procedure

In our judicial system there is no court of third instance: there is no way to contest a decision given on appeal.

Article 71 1. (c) - Review procedure

A review of the kind provided for in this Article can be sought by way of an application to set aside the decision (aítisi paramerismoú tis apófasis) pursuant to provision 48, rule 9(h) and (n) of the Rules of Civil Procedure (Thesmoí Politikís Dikonomías). The application is lodged with the Family Court which issued the decision to be set aside.

Article 71 1. (d) - Central Authorities

  • Ministry of Justice and Public Order
  • International Legal Cooperation Unit

    Leoforos Athalassas 125

    1461 Nicosia

    Cyprus

    Contacts:

  • Ms Gioulika Hadjiprodromou
  • Legal Adviser

    International Legal Cooperation Unit

    Ministry of Justice and Public Order

    tel.: (+357) 22805943

    fax: (+357) 22805969

    e-mail: yhadjiprodromou@mjpo.gov.cy

  • Ms Troodia Dionisiou
  • Administrative Officer

    International Legal Cooperation Unit

    Ministry of Justice and Public Order

    tel.: (+357) 22805932

    fax: (+357)22518328

    e-mail: tdionysiou@mjpo.gov.cy

Article 71 1. (f) – Competent authorities for enforcement

  • Family Court of Nicosia
  • tel.: (+357) 22865601

    fax: (+357) 22302068

  • Family Court of Limassol
  • tel.: (+357) 25806185

    fax: (+357) 25305054

  • Family Court of Larnaca/Famagusta.
  • tel.: (+357) 24802754

    fax: (+357) 24802800

Article 71 1. (g) - Accepted languages for translations of documents

Greek and English.

Article 71 1. (h) - Languages accepted by Central Authorities for communication with other Central Authorities

Greek and English.

Last update: 18/04/2019

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