proven excellence in cyprus litigation

Our legal expertise holds an excellent record in the dispute resolution of complicated claims

Strategically Resolving Complex Disputes through Court and Arbitration

Sometimes people find themselves facing litigation or have no other choice than proceeding to litigation. Situations like that cause stress and uncertainty.

We have on several occasions obtained worldwide freezing injunctions in multi-million commercial, corporate and trust cases and regularly handle multi-jurisdictional disputes.

In fact, we take pride in our analytical, strategic and robust approach to the most complicated of cases, which is what sets us apart from the competition.

What we offer

Freezing injunctions

Banking Litigation


Disclosure orders

Property & Construction


Commercial Litigation


Trust Litigation

Corporate Litigation

Joint Ventures

International disputes

Achieving Excellence Beyond the Norms of Legal Knowledge

It takes more than good knowledge of the law.

It is about handling risk, understanding the thin “red lines” and what is truly at risk for our clients when helping them make the best decisions.

Reach out to us for a complimentary consultation.

What our clients say about us

We used Philippou lawyers in Paphos when we purchased our Property 14 years ago. After trouble with the Developer, they drew up our Cypriot Wills and obtained our Title Deeds through Land Registry. They are very friendly, and I will always use their service when needed. Highly recommend

Marian Marshall

Polycarpos Philippou’s office staff are friendly, always make you feel welcome, and treat you as an individual.
We have since recommended friends looking for a lawyer in Paphos to Philippou solicitors for various legal transactions, knowing they will receive a first-class service.

Gergana Ivanova

I would highly recommend Philippou Law to anyone going through the process of buying a property in Cyprus. The whole English-speaking team were friendly, responsive, thorough, and

Peter Morrison

We have never regretted using this lawyer in Paphos. They have dealt with purchase, sales and wills on our behalf over a number of years, always with courtesy, professionalism and friendliness. Would recommend them without hesitation!

Chris Whyman

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From the very beginning of our company, we have been dedicated to assisting individuals in purchasing and relocating to Cyprus while also providing legal solutions.

As a result, many of our clients have become cherished friends. Despite our significant growth as a company, we remain committed to our core family values, which continue to define us presently and will continue to do so in the future.

Frequently Asked Questions

Cyprus has a common law legal system. The English legal and equitable principle are followed in Cyprus unless there is a contrary provision in our statutes or constitution. The English case law on the same or similar points of law has a significant persuasive power for the Cypriot courts who typically follow the English legal position.

Yes, the Cypriot Courts can issue interim injunctions to freeze property and money in Cyprus and abroad. The Cypriot Appeal Court, following English case-law has issued worldwide freezing injunctions against defendants on whom it has jurisdiction. As Cyprus is an international services center, many injunctions are issued every year to freeze assets, obtain or protect information, and generally to protect the claimants until the case is finally adjudicated.

An injunction in Cyprus can be issued without notice (ex-parte) if the matter is very urgent even in the same day. It will then be set returnable for service to take place to the other party in order for that party to object to the injunction or seek its amendment.

Typically, an injunction is enforced against the party directed to by the possibility of conviction for contempt of Court that can carry imprisonment against him or her.
Third parties such as banking institutions or the land registry will typically enforce the injunction issued. Banks by fear of being liable for contempt and the land registry by registering the issued judgment as a proprietary encumbrance on the title of the land in question.