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Recognising and enforcing judgements in civil and commercial matters - Brussels I Regulation

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Article 14(2), first indent - Names and addresses of the competent receiving or transmitting authorities

The authority competent to transmit applications made by persons domiciled or habitually resident in Cyprus is the Ministry of Justice and Public Order.

The authority competent to receive applications made by persons domiciled or habitually resident in a Member State other than Cyprus is the Ministry of Justice and Public Order.

Address: Ministry of Justice and Public Order

Leoforos Athalassas 125, 1461 Nicosia

Tel.: +357 22805950

Fax: +357 22518356


Article 14(2), second indent - Receiving and transmitting authorities' geographical areas of jurisdiction

The entire territory of the Republic of Cyprus.

Article 14(2), third indent - Available methods of receiving applications

By post, email or fax

Article 14(2), fourth indent - Languages that may be used for completion of the application

Greek and English

Last update: 08/09/2020

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