States, as a reflection of their sovereignty, use their judiciary powers independently. In order for the court decisions rendered as a result of the judicial activities carried out independently to be executed and/or to be definite judgment – conclusive evidence in other states, recognition or enforcement decisions are required to be obtained in the relevant country.
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THE RECOGNITION AND ENFORCEMENT OF THE FOREIGN COURT DECISIONS AND MARITAL BREAKDOWN BY FOREIGN COURT AND ADMINISTRATION DECISIONS
THE DECISION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF CIVIL CHAMBERS ON UNIFICATION OF JUDGMENTS REGARDING DOMESTIC ARBITRAL AWARDS BEING SUBJECTED TO SETTING ASIDE
The Civil Procedure Law numbered 6100 (“CPL“) entered into force on 1.10.2011. Court of Cassation’s (Please be advised that we referred to “Yargıtay” as “Court of Appeals” before. After the change in the appeals system, we take the terminology published by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and use the term “Court of Cassation”) General Assembly of Civil Chambers on Unification of Judgments rendered a decision1 to determine if the domestic/ national arbitral…
SECOND TENDER FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCE FIELDS (YEKA) ORIENTED FOR WIND ENERGY TO BE HELD ON MARCH 7th, 2019
Turkey has shown strong growth in the renewable energy market over the last decade and wind energy has been the main driving force of this growth. The level of market maturity that the wind sector has reached, allowed the Turkish government to mount a successful first round of wind energy tender last August, with applications coming from some of the biggest global wind energy players.
IMPARTIALITY OF A SOLE ARBITRATOR V. NATIONALITY IN ICC RULES OF ARBITRATION – A TURKISH LAW TAKE ON THE ISSUE
This brief study addresses the Turkish Law take on the impartiality of a sole arbitrator and its effects on the enforcement of an ICC award before the Turkish courts. The study relates to the decision of the 11thCivil Chamber of the Court of Cassation dated 3 December 2016.
TURKISH DATA PROTECTION AUTHORITY'S RESOLUTION REGARDING SMS, E-MAILS OR CALLS CONTAINING ADVERTISING, AND STIPULATED SANCTIONS
There are numerous complaints submitted to the Turkish Data Protection Authority (“Authority”) that the advertising notifications received via e-mail addresses, mobile phones or SMS and phone calls without the explicit consent of the relevant persons in violation of the provisions of the Turkish Data Protection Law (“Law”) No. 6698.
INHERITANCE OF FOREIGN PERSON
The number of acquisitions by foreign people of movable and immovable properties in Turkey is increased, therefore, in the event of death of those foreign persons, matters such as how these movable and immovable properties are acquired, validity of the testamentary disposition that are made by such people, the decisions taken by foreign courts on inheritance have become more and more important.
Child allowance is a payment which made on a monthly basis by parent who does not have a parental custody privilege (in principle) to the other parent who have the custody, in the cost of food, accommodation, clothing, health, education and transportation.
COMPANY FORMATION IN TURKEY
This article aims to provide general information on most commonly preferred types of limited liability corporations in Turkey.
There are two such types of limited liability corporations in Turkey: “Turkish Joint Stock Companies” (“anonimşirket” in Turkish, abbreviated as “A.Ş.”) and “Turkish Limited Liability Companies” (“limited şirket” in Turkish, abbreviated as “Ltd.”).
DIRECTORS’ LIABILITIES FOR PUBLIC DEBTS IN A TURKISH JOINT STOCK COMPANY
According to the Tax Procedural Law No. 213 (“TPL”):
“Taxpayer is the real person or the legal entity, that is imposed tax duty according to the tax legislation.”(TPL Art.8/1)
“The tax responsible is the party that is the addressee of the tax office with respect to the payment of the tax.” (TPL Art.8/2)