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Turkey Updates Fees For Foreign Notification And Rogatory Requests
Turkey's Ministry of Justice ("Ministry") recently published its annual update to the framework for international service and rogatory procedures. Accordingly, international service and rogatory fees will increase around 10% in 2018.
Turkey
25 Jan 2018
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Turkish Constitutional Court: Pro-Rata Attorney Fee In Consumer Courts Is Constitutional
The Consumer Court claimed these circumstances violated Article 2 and Article 10 of the Constitution.
Turkey
23 Jan 2018
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Turkish Constitutional Court: Including Interest and Court Expenses in Fine for Bounced Cheques Violates Constitutional Rights to Certainty and Predictability
The Turkish Constitutional Court recently considered calculation of judicial fines for bounced cheques. It decided to remove interest and court expenses from the calculation on the basis that this violates the constitutional principle that no crime or punishment should occur without law (Article 38). An individual's right to certainty and predictability is contained within this constitutional right.
Turkey
2 Nov 2017
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Turkey's Supreme Court Clarifies Procedural Steps For Initiating Enforcement Proceedings
There are two main types of enforcement actions available in Turkey, intended respectively for circumstances where a judgment exists ("Judgment-Based") and where a judgment does not exist ("Non Judgment-Based").
Turkey
21 Aug 2017
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Turkish Court Rules That Parties Must Specifically Identify Sworn Testimony As Evidence
The Civil Procedure Code requires parties to specify the facts which they rely on for their claims.
Turkey
12 Jul 2017
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Turkish Constitutional Court: Government Body Holds Burden Of Proof In Lawsuits Against Administrative Fines
The Turkish Constitutional Court recently ruled that the Criminal Court of Peace violated an applicant's presumption of innocence by failing to investigate his fault in a dispute, simply holding...
Turkey
15 Jun 2017
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Turkey Introduces Legislative Regime For Court Experts
Turkey has introduced a legislative regime for experts involved in judicial processes, including procedures and principles for experts' qualifications, training, selection and supervision.
Turkey
20 Dec 2016
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Turkish Constitutional Court Considers Timeline For Appealing Jurisdiction And Competence Decisions
The Constitutional Court, with its decision published in Official Gazette number 29633 on 23 February 2016, struck out part of Article 20(1) of the Turkish Code of Civil Procedure...
Turkey
29 Mar 2016
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Turkish Supreme Court Rules On Evidence Determination Procedure
The 4th Civil Chamber of the Turkish Supreme Court recently considered a case where the plaintiff claimed an unjust evidence determination had violated its personal rights and damaged his commercial standing.
Turkey
21 Oct 2015
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United Kingdom Court Rules On Recognizing And Enforcing Turkish Judgments
A recent case in the United Kingdom established a precedent for recognizing and enforcing foreign judgments, particular Turkish ones.
Turkey
18 Sep 2015
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New Regulation On Administrative And Clerkship Services Enters Into Effect
The Regulation on Implementation of Administrative and Clerkship Services in Regional Courts of Justice, Judicial Courts of First Instance and Chief Public Prosecutors' Office ("Regulation") has entered into effect.
Turkey
26 Aug 2015
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