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Turkish Constitutional Court: Suspending Statute Of Limitations During Tax Valuation Commission Deliberations Is Constitutional
The Turkish Constitutional Court recently held that suspending the statute of limitations while the Tax Valuation Commission deliberates is constitutional, provided certainty and proportionality...
Turkey
17 Nov 2017
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Turkish Constitutional Court Rules On Violation Of Property Rights For Evacuation Order Without Compensation
The Turkish Constitutional Court recently considered a claim that an applicant's property rights had been violated regarding real estate for which it held a "title allocation deed", first obtained in 1985.
Turkey
30 Oct 2015
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Turkish Constitutional Court Rules That Property Expropriation Without Due Process or Payment Constitutes Violation of Property Rights
The Turkish Constitutional Court recently considered a claim that the Istanbul Water and Sewerage Administration ("IWSA") violated an applicant's property rights under Article 35 of the Constitution by confiscating property without completing expropriation procedures, or paying the expropriation price.
Turkey
27 Oct 2015
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Court Of Appeals Rules Employees Not Entitled To Severance Pay At Expiry Of Definite Term Employment
In a recent decision, the Court of Appeals Assembly of Civil Chambers held that employees in definite duration agreements are not entitled to claim severance pay if the agreement expires based on the agreed termination criteria.
Turkey
16 Sep 2015
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Constitutional Court Rules On The Right To Receive A Trial Within A Reasonable Time Period
The Constitutional Court referred to principles and rights contained in the European Convention on Human Rights, as well as judgments by the European Court of Human Rights as supporting the right to a fair trial.
Turkey
14 Sep 2015
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