03.03.21
WEBINAR: LEGAL AND PRACTICAL ANALYSIS OF DUE DILIGENCE PROCEDURES ON IMMOVABLE PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS IN CYPRUS
PROVIDES THE REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERTISE TO IDENTIFY ANY POTENTIAL COMPLICATIONS IN IMMOVABLE PROPERTY TRANSACTIONS

Academy

Kinanis Academy is currently offering a training program to specifically provide its participants the required knowledge and expertise to identify any potential complications in immovable property transactions and be in a position to draft and examine all required supporting documentation as accurately and precisely as possible to best safeguard their clients’ interests.

Both Kinanis Academy and Kinanis LLC firmly believe in the continuous development of specialized skills in the Law industry and as such are committed to offering excellent short courses of Professional Training, designed to meet the need for skilled labor in the most demanding and rapidly changing areas of the industry.

The offered Professional Training Course has been approved by the Human Resources Development Authority of Cyprus (HRDA).

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This program is specifically designed for lawyers, business consultants, internal legal advisors, bankers, immigration advisors, real estate agents and all professional advisors who advise their clients, whether local or international, in relation to acquisition or sale of immovable property in Cyprus and the actual implementation of such immovable property transactions.

This seminar contributes to Continuing Professional Development for 6 CPD Units.

WHERE AND WHEN

Venue: The course will be held online.

Date & Time: 03rd March 2021, 15:00-18:15 & 04th March 2021, 15:00-18:15

Language: Greek language with slides in English

SEMINAR COST AND DURATION

The seminar’s cost and duration for participation is presented on the table below:

Duration Participation Cost

HRDA Subsidy
(for beneficiaries)1

Cost to the company
6 hours (2 days) €150 + 19% VAT €102 (80%)

€48.00
+ VAT (€28.50)

1 Beneficiaries: working in companies/organisations (€102.00 subsidy) and unemployed (100%) provided that they satisfy the conditions laid down by the HRDA. No financial support is provided for self-employed and public servants. Beneficiaries pay the difference of participation cost that remains after the HRDA subsidy. For unemployed beneficiaries the participation is free.
REGISTRATION

To register click here and send it to us by email to academy@kinanis.com

MODULES

Module 1: Acquisition of immovable property in Cyprus

  • Search at the lands department and analysis of reading the search report properly.
  • Checklist of documentation to be provided by the sellers for effecting legal due diligence.
  • Identification of which type of agreement is to be executed depending on the legal characteristics of the property.
  • The importance of negotiation stage prior to the drafting of the supporting documentation to implement the transaction.
  •  Acquisition of immovable property by 3rd country nationals.
  • Practical examples

Module 2: Drafting of supporting agreements for the acquisition of immovable property in Cyprus

  • Sale and purchase agreements
  • Assignment agreements
  • Practical examples

Module 3: Sale of Immovable Property in Cyprus

  • Due diligence check list and identification of risks

Module 4: Drafting of supporting agreements for the sale of immovable property in Cyprus

  • Sale and purchase agreements
  • Assignment agreements
  • Practical examples
INSTRUCTOR'S CURRICULUM VITAE

Mrs Natalie Petrides, LLM
Kinanis LLC, Partner

Natalie Petrides holds a Masters in Commercial Law (LL.M) and a Bachelor of Laws (LLB). In 1998 she was admitted to the Cyprus Bar Association. She commenced her traineeship at a local law firm and in 2000 she joined Kinanis LLC as a corporate lawyer where she gained extensive experience in corporate legal work such as negotiating and drafting commercial contracts, resolving disputes, acting for a broad range of commercial clients, investors and financial institutions in local and international transactions.

Since January 2019 Natalie is one of the Partners of the Law firm heading the Property, Liquidations and Immigration division. Natalie's main areas of practice and expertise are Company Liquidations and Dissolutions,all procedures related to immigration of businesses and Investors to Cyprus and advising clients on Cyprus immovable property, Immigration, Corporate Law and Insolvency Laws.

She is a Licensed Insolvency Practitioner a holder of CySEC's Advanced Certificate in Financial Services Legal Framework. She is also a holder of the professional qualification of Certified HRDA Trainer of Vocational Training.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Contact Mrs. Ivi Papaioannou at academy@kinanis.com (22 558836)