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Turkey To Impose Higher Fines For Consumer Law Violations In 2016
Effective January 1, 2016, higher fines will be imposed for certain violations of Turkey's Consumer Protection Law (No. 6502). Fines will increase 5.58% compared to 2015.
Turkey
4 Jan 2016
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Have You Obtained Consumer Approval For Marketing Emails And Messages
Beginning May 1, 2015, companies will no longer be able to send commercial messages via email, text message (sms), fax or autodial machines (robocalls) to consumers without their prior approval.
Turkey
26 Mar 2015
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Turkey To Regulate Installment Sales Agreements
Pursuant to the new Consumer Protection Law, on January 14, 2015, the Ministry of Customs and Trade issued its Regulation on Installment Sales Agreement (the "Regulation") setting out the legal framework for installment sales agreements.
Turkey
16 Feb 2015
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Turkey To Increase Consumer Protection In Distance Sales Agreements
The Regulation on Distance Agreements was replaced by the Distance Agreements Regulation (the "new Regulation") on November 27, 2014, which will enter into force February 27, 2015.
Turkey
3 Feb 2015
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Turkey Sets Legal Framework For Online Consumer Subscriptions
Pursuant to the new Consumer Protection Law, on January 24, 2015, the Turkish Ministry of Customs and Trade issued its Subscription Agreements Regulation, setting out the legal framework for consumer subscriptions.
Turkey
29 Jan 2015
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Turkey Raises Fines For Consumer Protection Violations By More Than 10%
On December 27, 2014, the Turkish Ministry of Customs and Trade issued its Communiqué on Administrative Fines Applicable in 2015 under Consumer Protection Law No. 6502, raising fines for consumer law violations by more than 10%, effective January 1, 2015.
Turkey
28 Jan 2015
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Turkey Raises The Thresholds For Consumer Courts By 10%
In Turkey, consumer complaints against sellers and manufacturers may only be brought in Turkish consumer courts if the amount in dispute is above a certain threshold.
Turkey
27 Jan 2015
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