The government will ask Andreas Efstratiou to pay at least €15,000 ($20,000) to cover reprinting costs, election commission official Demetris Demetriou told state-run Cyprus News Agency.
Demetriou said Guinness had initially permitted Efstratiou to use the logo in his second presidential run in 2008. Efstratiou, who runs a bridal wear shop, earned a Guinness Book of World Records entry for creating the longest wedding gown train at 1,362 meters (4,468 feet) in 2007. He no longer holds the record, which now belongs to Lichel van den Ende of the Netherlands for a 2,488-meter (8,164-foot) train.
But Guinness told Efstratiou to stop using the logo in 2011 and complained to Cypriot authorities when it recently found out that he had used it again.