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Electronic Contracts

E-Contracts in Turkey Electronic commerce is a rapidly expanding sector of the economy in Turkey. According to a report of the Turkish Association of Informatics Industrialists (TUBISAD), the market size for e-commerce in Turkey grew 37% in the period 2016-17, from 30.8 to 42.2 billion Turkish Lira[1]. Contrary to traditional contracts, e-contracts are made exclusively online, usually through the portal or website of the merchant or a third-party service provider. Common applications include online retail…

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Chinese Law Overview in General and in the Context of Company Law

Chinese Law Overview in General and in the Context of Company Law Current constitution which was adopted in 1982 National People’s Congress It has a supreme organ of state power Amend the constitution by two thirds majority Promulgate legislation Elect and remove highest-level officials Budget determination Control economic and social development planning Supervises the government However, since the overwhelming majority of the seats is held by the communist party and the rest are held by…

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Protection of Personal Data in Turkey

Protection of Personal Data in Turkey With the entry into force on April 7, 2016 of the new Law on the Protection of Personal Data (LPPD) no. 6698, Turkey has signalled its sincerity in conforming to European standards in online and offline data privacy and the protection of the personal data of individuals. This Law sets out the conditions for the processing, transfer, anonymization and deletion of the personal data of individuals. It also makes…

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Setting Up a Company in Turkey

Setting Up a Company in Turkey Turkey is the correct address for investors because of the currency exchange rates, the need for investments, investment incentives and finally its geographic position. Turkey has progressed in an investor-friendly fashion in recent years. Therefore the legislation is evolving to this purpose each day. Foreign Direct Investment law in Turkey is based on the principle of equal treatment, allowing international investors to have the same rights and liabilities as…

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Purchasing Real Estate in Turkey

Purchasing Real Estate in Turkey The legal environment in Turkey has progressed in an investor-friendly fashion in recent years. Turkey offers some great opportunities for real estate investments. The rules of the purchasing a property in Turkey as a foreign citizen is relatively relaxed compared to other countries. Previously, a foreigner could only purchase real estate in Turkey if their own country allowed Turkish citizens to purchase real estate there. From this aspect, The Land…

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Judicial System of Turkey

JUDICIAL SYSTEM OF TURKEY Turkey is a constitutional republic country. The Turkish legal system is based on codified civil law system. Courts are categorized as judicial courts or administrative courts. Also sub-categories exist. Since Turkey is a civil law country, legislation is the primary source of law. There is a certain order of priority for the implementation of the applicable legislation in which the Constitution prevails over international treaties followed by the codes and regulations,…

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Legal Advices for Your Business Affair

When you do business with a client, you expect to be paid for your product or services. But what happens when those payments are late or don’t come at all? If you decide to take legal action, we are ready to serve you. Our experienced lawyers possess the knowledge and skills to handle the legal needs of your company. We provide both pre-legal and legal debt collection services in one hand. Some Legal Advice for…

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Execution Proceedings Under Turkish Law

EXECUTION PROCEEDINGS UNDER TURKISH LAW This law field has been settled with the Enforcement and Bankruptcy Law (Law no. 2004) If you are a creditor, you may choose two methods to collect your receivables from debtors through enforcement proceedings. The methods depends on the cause of the debt. One of them is execution proceedings and the other one is bankruptcy proceedings. EXECUTION PROCEEDING ENFORCEMENT WITHOUT JUDGEMENT Ordinary Execution Proceeding Creditor can initiate the execution proceedings…

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Inheritance Law in Turkey

INHERITANCE LAW IN TURKEY   This law field has been settled with the Civil Law (Law no. 4721) Inheritance law regulates the passage of a person to the heirs of property rights after death. According to law, in the absence of an express provision made by a deceased person, his estate will, by operation of law, go to his close relatives upon his death. There are two types of heirdom. First one is a statutory,…

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