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Türk Lirasinin Değerinin Korunmasina İlişkin 32 Sayili Kararda Değişiklik Ve Türkiye'de Döviz Kullanilmasi Yasaklanan Sözleşmeler
1989 yılında ilk kez kabul edildiğinde Türk Parasının Kıymetinin Korunmasına ilişkin 32 Sayılı Kanun Hükmünde Kararname, temelde başlayan yerel piyasada yabancı para birimlerinin kullanılmasına izin veren serbest piyasa hareketinin bir parçası olarak kabul edildi.
Turkey
11 Apr 2019
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Amendments On Decree No. 32 On Protection Of The Value Of Turkish Lira And Bans On Using Foreign Currencies In Contracts In Turkey
When initially adopted at 1989, the Decree No.32 on the Protection of the Value of Turkish Lira was regarded as part of a liberalization of markets movement allowing use of foreign currencies within the local market ...
Turkey
11 Apr 2019
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Anonim Şirketlerde Sözleşmeli Avukat Bulundurma Zorunluluğu
13168 sayılı ve 7 Nisan 1969 tarihli Resmî Gazetede yayımlanarak yürürlüğe giren 1136 sayılı Avukatlık Kanunu'nun ("1136 sayılı Kanun") 1. maddesinde, Avukatlık "kamu hizmeti ve serbest...
Turkey
14 Mar 2018
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Obligation To Employ Or Contract A Lawyer On Continuous Basis For Joint Stock Companies In Turkey
Pursuant to Article 1 of the Attorneyship Law No. 1136 ("Law No. 1136") published at the Official Gazette with No. 13168, dated April 7, 1969, attorneyship is defined as "public and professional service ", ...
Turkey
14 Mar 2018
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Teslimsiz Taşınır Rehni
Bu kanun ile birlikte ticari işletmelerdeki teslimsiz taşınır rehni bakımından Türk Medeni Kanunu'ndaki taşınmaz rehnine benzer uygulamalar öngörülmüştür.
Turkey
7 Aug 2017
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Non-Delivery Pledges Over Movables
There are some similar implementations between immovable pledges in the Turkish Civil Code and non-delivery movable pledges in commercial transactions.
Turkey
7 Aug 2017
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Liabilities Of The Members Of The Board Of Directors Of Capital Companies Under Turkish And Belgian Laws
Considering the significant role endorsed by board members within companies, it is important that directors know in which situations they may encounter civil or criminal liabilities for their actions.
Turkey
20 Aug 2014
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How To Incorporate In Turkey
Capital companies are the most common form of business entities in Turkey utilized by both local and foreign investors.
Turkey
2 Apr 2014
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Obligation To Maintain Company Websites Under The New Turkish Commercial Code
The Turkish Commercial Code No. 6102 dated July 1, 2012 implemented a number of provisions and brought additional obligations for capital companies.
Turkey
30 Dec 2013
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A Comparison Of The Legal Use Of Electronic Signatures
In response to the rapid growth of electronic commerce, as well as the wide-spread use of email, fax, and online resources in the negotiation of contracts, the United States Congress enacted ESIGN in 2000.
Turkey
23 Jul 2013
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Turkey Forms Of Doing Business
Foreign investors in Turkey may start a new company, make a portfolio investment, participate in a joint venture, purchase part of an existing business or establish a branch subsidiary or liaison office with no greater restriction than a Turkish national.
Turkey
26 Apr 2012
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Acquisition of Real Estate by Foreign Investment in Turkey
Legislation regarding purchasing of real estate in Turkey by foreign investments have changed many times over the past years. Supreme Court decisions, international or political developments and economic necessities are some of the pushing factors of such amendments.
Turkey
9 Nov 2010
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Combating Against the Financing of Terrorism in Turkey
By means and tools of the global information age, terrorist organizations are broadening their reach in gathering financial resources to fund their operations.
Turkey
 
8 Nov 2010
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Liquidation of Capital Companies
There are different types of commercial companies that are available to establish by investors in Turkey in accordance with the Turkish Commercial Code (TCC).
Turkey
1 Jul 2010
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Major Principles of Suretyship in the Turkish Legal System
Suretyship is a kind of security commonly used in business transactions in order to protect creditors from damages providing that debtor fails to fulfill obligations.
Turkey
18 May 2010
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Individual Or Corporate Lending Contracts (Shareholder Loans And Loans To Shareholders)
Apart from loan contracts designated for financial entities, Articles 306 – 312 of the Turkish Code of Obligations (TCO) define money lending contracts (individual loan contracts).
Turkey
 
8 Aug 2008
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