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Bills of Exchanges in Turkish Law

Bills of Exchanges in Turkish Law

Bills of Exchanges in Turkey Policies, bonds and checks as commercial bills are called bills of exchanges in other words. The provisions on bills of exchanges are specially regulated in the Turkish Commercial Code since they have a great importance in commercial life. Bills of exchange in Turkish Law can

Partition of the Inheritance in Turkish Law

Partition of the Inheritance in Turkish Law

Partition of the Inheritance in Turkey The inheritors can share the inheritance as they wish by making a contract between each other in Turkey. This is called the partition of inheritance agreement. This agreement must be made in writing with the participation of all heirs. The inheritors can request the

Doctor's Liability in Plastic Surgeries Under Turkish Law

Doctor’s Liability in Plastic Surgeries Under Turkish Law

Doctor’s Liability in Plastic Surgeries Under Turkish Law Under Turkish law, doctor’s liability against the patient is divided into two as doctor’s legal liability and criminal liability. Legal liability refers to the doctor’s liability for pecuniary and non-pecuniary damages that a patient suffers as a result of the medical care.

Ship Mortgage Under Turkish Maritime Law

Ship Mortgage Under Turkish Maritime Law

Ship Mortgage Under Turkish Maritime Law … Full text only available in Turkish … VI. CONCLUSION Under maritime law, Mortgage is a lien, registered on a ship or the share thereof, granting the creditor with the priority over the other creditors and the right to collect his/her receivables by requesting

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Unjustified Enrichment and Claiming Compensation under Turkish Law

UNJUSTIFIED ENRICHMENT AND CLAIMING COMPENSATION (REIMBURSEMENT OF PAYMENTS) UNDER TURKISH LAW Unjustified enrichment means that one party, through its assets or effort, increases another party’s assets (or decreases it debts) on an unjustified reason. This unjustified reason is usually a contract which is invalid, void, terminated or withdrawn. By law,

Buying Real Estate in Turkey | Antalya Lawyer | Antalya Law Firm

Buying Real Estate in Turkey

5 MOST FREQUENTLY-ASKED QUESTIONS ON HOW TO BUY REAL ESTATE IN TURKEY 1) How to Legally Buy Real Estate in Turkey? In Turkish law, real estate purchase contracts can only be drafted by and signed in land registry offices (“Tapu”). Any other written contract regarding a sale of real estate

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Which Type of Company to Incorporate in Turkey?

WHICH TYPE OF COMPANY TO INCORPORATE IN TURKEY? 10 Major Differences Between Limited Liability Companies and Joint-Stock Companies In Turkish corporate law, the two most-commonly seen commercial legal entities are limited liability companies and joint-stock companies. For foreign investors, it can be complicated when it comes to decide whether to

Breaking The Limitation Under the 1976 London Convention

SHIPOWNER’S RIGHT TO LIMIT LIABILITY AND BREAKING THE LIMITATION UNDER THE 1976 LONDON CONVENTION Barış Erkan Çelebi, Attorney at Law PREAMBLE Limiting the liability of shipowners in maritime commerce has always been the subject of hot debates. On one hand, shipowners make considerable investments, due to the value of their

Obtaining Turkish Citizenship by Buying a House

Obtaining Turkish Citizenship by Buying a House

OBTAINING TURKISH CITIZENSHIP BY BUYING A HOUSE WORTH 250,000 USD 106th Turkish Presidential Order dated 18 September 2018 has introduced new and important changes to the Regulation on the Application of Turkish Citizenship Law. As per this newly introduced law, foreigners who purchase a real estate worth at least 250,000