Conor O’Dwyer arrested outside AG’s office

By admin | November 16, 2020

A British man who has been involved in a long and exhausting property dispute in Cyprus that lasted over 15 years, was arrested on Monday outside the attorney-general’s office in Nicosia, but was later released without charge. Armed with a megaphone, Conor O’Dwyer was protesting the court’s failure to compensate him for the expenses he … Continue reading “Conor O’Dwyer arrested outside AG’s office”

Briton loses appeal in property dispute, vows to take case to ECHR

By admin | February 21, 2020

The Supreme Court on Friday rejected the appeal against a defamation by Conor O’Dwyer, a British man who has been involved in a lengthy court battle over a property he bought in the Famagusta district in 2005. O’Dwyer was also ordered to pay a €3,000 in legal fees. He had appealed the case filed by … Continue reading “Briton loses appeal in property dispute, vows to take case to ECHR”

Conor O’Dwyer loses Supreme Court appeal

By admin | February 21, 2020

JUST 16 working days after the Supreme Court heard British man Conor O’Dwyer’s appeal against the 2012 ruling of the case filed by property development company Christoforos Karayiannas and Son Ltd in 2006, he was in Court this morning to hear from the judge that his appeal had been rejected. Given the complexity of the … Continue reading “Conor O’Dwyer loses Supreme Court appeal”

The long road to justice

By admin | January 26, 2020

Conor O’Dwyer is nothing if not tenacious. The British man has fought a 15-year battle with Cyprus’ justice system “Unfortunately, I don’t think I will ever be able to live in Cyprus, not after what’s happened to me,” Conor O’Dwyer told the Sunday Mail this week. “It breaks my heart because this country was the … Continue reading “The long road to justice”