Privacy  Policy


In accordance with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), entered into force as of the 25th day of May 2018, this Privacy Policy sets forth the manner by which Constantinou Legal (which term shall be deemed to include Constantinou Legal’s affiliated companies and subsidiaries) processes personal data concerning individuals (which term shall be deemed to include a) people that engage with or use the services of Constantinou Legal, b) existing employees, c) people that apply to work with Constantinou Legal and d) personal of information of people processed as a result of services rendered to third parties) and the legal rights of such individuals.

The GDPR also foresees about online identifiers such as internet protocol addresses, cookie identifiers or other identifiers which may lead the identification of natural persons. Click to review our Cookies Policy to better understand the purpose of cookies and how these may be used.

Who we are

Headquartered in Limassol, Cyprus, Constantinou Legal is a trade name under which lawyer Haris P. Constantinou (the “Author”) offers legal, financial and administrative services.

At Constantinou Legal, amongst other things, we endeavour to maintain the highest standard of protection when it comes to storing and processing personal data while keeping our employees trained and educated to that end.

What information we collect, why and for how long?

Below is a non-exhaustive list of the categories of data concerning individuals Constantinou Legal may collect and process:

  • Contact details (i.e. full names, postal addresses, email addresses and telephone numbers);

  • VAT number;

  • Social insurance number;

  • Information about criminal records;

  • CVs;

  • Bank account details;

  • Copies of passports, IDs and other documents of identification (e.g. driving license);

  • Information required by Constantinou Legal to meet legal and regulatory requirements;

  • Information provided and/or obtained in the course of the provision of legal, financial, administrative or other services;

  • Information about previous job experience and qualifications (if applying for a job).

The personal data Constantinou Legal collects is processed while considering recruitment of new stuff and while providing legal, financial, administrative and other related services to its clientele and it is limited to the provision thereof. Personal data processed by Constantinou Legal is mainly obtained by the individual(s) it interacts with and subject to their consent. Personal data is safely stored for as long as necessary to render a service to an individual and for the time necessary thereafter. It follows that any information no longer necessary is destroyed.

Who do we share information with?

Personal data collected or so provided, if need be, will be shared with the following non-exhaustive list of bodies:

  • Any public or governmental authorities

  • Financial institutions

  • Third parties with whom we share information for receiving their services, such as IT service and storage providers.

  • Third parties engaged throughout the provision of our services, such as off-counsels, auditors, mediators, counter-parties and their lawyers, property and damage valuators, doctors, insurances, accountants, tax advisers, courier and post services providers.

Individuals’ rights

Individuals have the right to access their personal data and obtain a confirmation from Constantinou Legal as to whether any personal information about the same is being kept.

Individuals have the right to correct their personal information, if those kept by Constantinou Legal are inaccurate, incomplete or incorrect.

Unless it is in the public or Constantinou Legal’s legitimate interest to do otherwise, individuals have the right, stemming from the “right to be forgotten” to request erasure of their personal data.

Individuals have the right to withdraw consent from and / or object to their personal data being processed by Constantinou Legal.

Likewise, individuals have the right to request a restriction of their personal data processing and where technically feasible, to transfer your personal information, upon request and free of charge to any other processor or controller.

Finally, all individuals have the right to file a formal complaint to the supervisory authority; that is, the Office of the Commissioner for Personal Data Protection.

Questions & Complaints

Inquiries for this Privacy Notice and generally any questions falling under the ambit of personal data of individuals should be directed to Constantinou Legal’s Data Protection Officer (DPO) by email at or in writing at Papaflessa 18, Ap. Antrea, 3061, Limassol, Cyprus.

If for any reason any individual the personal data of which has been processed by Constantinou Legal, deems that it has been improperly obtained and or processed in a manner incompliant with the GDPR, they can file an official complaint at the Office of the Commissioner for Personal Data Protection, at: 1 Iasonos Str., 1082 Nicosia, P.O. Box 23378, 1682 Nicosia Tel: +357 22818456 Fax: +357 22304565 Email: