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3218 Free Zones Law 1985-06-15; 3288 Fishery Law 1986-05-28; 3568 Law on Public Accountancy and Auditing 1989-06-13; 3713 Law to Fight Terrorism 1991-04-12; 4046 Implementation Of Privatization Law 1994-11-27; 4054 The Act on the Protection of Competition 1994-12-13; 4320 Family Protection Law 1998-01-17; 4458 Customs Law 1999-11-04; 4536 …

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Under certain circumstances, the price of a product may be affected by the prices of other products in Turkey or in other jurisdictions since there is a reference pricing system. For instance, the price of an original product is reduced to 60% once the generic of the product is placed on the market.

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The family regulations in Turkey include the rules regarding children, especially when their parents decide to divorce. The rules related to custody could be found in the Civil Code Law No. 4721 that stipulates that the mother and the father have the custody rights until he/she is 18 years old. If they divorce, the custody is given to one of them.

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Turkey’s commercial law is set out in the Turkish Commercial Code, revised in 2012. The new law was drafted in response to Turkey’s negotiations for full-membership of the European Union (which required its laws to be harmonized with those of the EU) and its World Trade Organization membership obligations (which required better regulation of competition).

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1. A Turkish version of the Penal Code of 2004 with amendments that came into force in April 2020 is provided by the state-run Mevzuat Bilgi Sistemi: 1. Türk Ceza Kanunu [Turkish Penal Code] 2004, Law no 5237, including amendments up to 15 April 2020, Language: Turkish (available at Mevzuat Bilgi Sistemi) http://www.mevzuat.gov.tr/MevzuatMetin/1.5.523

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Family Law in Turkey. All families in Turkey are registered at the population register. After each change in the structure of a family it is required to be mentioned that to the Turkish authorities. After getting married in Turkey, you have to notify the population register. In case of a divorce you will n Arbitration in Turkey. Since the International Arbitration Law came into force in

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The Law on Protection of Competition (Competition Law) amendment in June 2020 was a milestone for merger control in Turkey as it changed the substantive test for assessment of mergers. Below are some observations regarding the adoption of the new test and the TCA’s recent approach to merger control and remedies.

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Leveling up the developing consumer rights under Turkish Law, the New LCP outweighs the Law No. 4077 in responding to requirements of the market. Secondary legislation is expected to be enforced within the upcoming days in order to specify the details on the implementation of the New LCP.

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We cover all the different ways that you can afford the cost in How to Study in Turkey for Free management, and law. A separate graduate school oversees the academics of postgraduate students. Over 50 degrees of study are provided through these faculties. As opposed to most Turkish universities, the majority of degrees are administered and taught in …

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The inheritance tax rates also usually vary between 1% and 30% depending on the residence status of the recipient and the location of the property. The following table demonstrates the inheritance tax rate in relation to a property’s value in Euros (€): 1% for values Up to €53,333. 3% for value of €170,000. 5% for value of €426,667.

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13 Unspoken Turkish Rules. 1. Don’t leave early. Leaving before midnight means you don’t consider your hosts to have done a good job. Turkish people enjoy long visits, talking and drinking raki into the night, with children nodding off on the sofa or staying up late as a treat.

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Commercial Law. Law 1985 - 3218 Law on free Zones Law 1985 - 3218 Law on free Zones Law 1985 - 3218 Law on free Zones Law 1994 - 4077 on Consumer Protection as Amended by Act No. 4822 Law 2001 - 4703 Law Relating To The Preparation And Implementation Of The Technical Legislation On The Products Law 2003 - 4875 Foreign Direct Investment Law

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The draft law would lower the minimum required votes for a party to enter parliament to 7% from 10%, and would adopt new regulations on alliances between parties, they said.

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Every country's employment law is different and the employment law in Turkey contains many unusual features. Turkish law gives you substantial employment protection but be aware: many employers (though fewer each year) try to get around the law by employing you (totally illegally) without a contract and paying you cash in hand. See our post on Working Illegally in Turkey. …

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Are you a leading legal expert in Turkey practicing in Real Estate? If you have legal expertise key topics relating to practical points and commercial terms in leasing, investment, development, and financing . then we invite you to get in touch and discuss your potential contribution to the next edition of the International Comparative Legal Guide - Real Estate.

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Learn more about the fees of Law & Legal in Turkey. Prices range from TRY 1,000 - 49,500. Compare the costs of Law & Legal in Turkey to help choose the …

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Is it legal to work in turkey without a contract?

Turkish law gives you substantial employment protection but be aware: many employers (though fewer each year) try to get around the law by employing you (totally illegally) without a contract and paying you cash in hand. See our post on Working Illegally in Turkey.

What are the criminal laws in turkey?

All criminal laws in Turkey are set out in the Turkish Penal Code so any proposed new criminal law is in the form of an amendment to that code. Turkey’s commercial law is set out in the Turkish Commercial Code, revised in 2012.

What are the laws of the turkish insurance sector?

In Turkey, the insurance sector is regulated by different types of laws, primarily the Commercial Code (for insurance contracts), the Insurance Law itself (for corporate, regulatory and operational matters) and the Turkish Obligations Code (for general contract law provisions). Why are there these different systems of law in Turkey?

What is the new turkish labour law?

The new law was drafted in response to Turkey’s negotiations for full-membership of the European Union (which required its laws to be harmonized with those of the EU) and its World Trade Organization membership obligations (which required better regulation of competition). These are set out in the Turkish Labour code.

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