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Turkish Constitutional Court: Fixed Fines For Breaching The Electricity Market Legislation Not Unconstitutional
Turkey's Constitutional Court recently considered the constitutionality of fixed administrative fines for breaches of electricity legislation or license terms.
Turkey
21 Aug 2017
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Turkish Constitutional Court: Fixed Administrative Fines For Unlicensed LPG Transport, Sale, And Auto Filling Not Unconstitutional
The Turkish Constitutional Court recently considered the constitutionality of administrative fines applied for certain breaches of LPG legislation.
Turkey
13 Dec 2016
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Turkey Introduces Investor Repayment Mechanism For Dematerialized Capital Markets Instruments Transferred To Investor Compensation Center
Turkey has introduced principles and procedures for investors to claim payments for capital market instruments which have been transferred to the Investor Compensation Center.
Turkey
6 Oct 2016
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Turkey Widens Scope Of Expropriation Candidates To Include Certain Immovable Properties And Rights Held By Public Bodies
Turkey has amended expropriation requirements and procedures, tightening requirements for the contents of agreements for expropriated immovable property, while also expanding the scope of immovable property which is open to expropriation.
Turkey
6 Oct 2016
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Turkey Updates Incentive Scheme For Projects Supporting National Development
Turkey has updated its project-based investment incentives scheme, providing financial support for innovative, technology-oriented, R&D focused, high value-added projects, which assist in reducing foreign dependency.
Turkey
4 Oct 2016
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Turkey Establishes Specialty Department For Investigating Digital Forensics
Turkey has established a new specialty area for investigating digital forensics in the wake of the 90 day of State of Emergency declared on 21 July 2016.
Turkey
20 Sep 2016
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Notary Union: Permit Not Required To Execute Mining Royalty Agreements in Turkey
The Union of Turkish Public Notaries ("Union") has clarified to notaries that a permit from the Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources ("Ministry") is not required to execute royalty agreements between license holders and third parties.
Turkey
22 Mar 2016
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Turkish Constitutional Court Considers Definition Of Personal Data
The Constitutional Court recently considered a claim that Article 136(1) of the Turkish Criminal Code is unconstitutional because there is no clear definition or limitation for the phrase "personal data".
Turkey
5 Jan 2016
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