Seizure of Company Share
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Seizure of Company Share

It is possible for the creditor to seize a company share owned by the debtor, since the share in the company has a financial value. According to the provision in article 133/2 of the Turkish Commercial Code; “In capital companies (joint stock, limited liability company, limited partnership), creditors may request the seizure and liquidation of...

What Companies Should Do in the KVKK (Law on the Protection of Personal Data) Compliance Process
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What Companies Should Do in the KVKK (Law on the Protection of Personal Data) Compliance Process

According to the Law on the Protection of Personal Data (KVKK) No. 6698, personal data is defined as any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person. Many people have access to their personal data within the scope of commercial activities of companies. In terms of these data, the legal entity of the company...

Rights of the Land or Building Owner in Case the Contractor Does Not Deliver the Building on Time
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Rights of the Land or Building Owner in Case the Contractor Does Not Deliver the Building on Time

As in all contracts, in construction contracts, the parties must fulfill their contractual obligations as agreed in the contract. In construction contracts, the main debt of the contractor is to complete the construction and deliver it on time. If the contractor cannot deliver the construction on time, she/he will be responsible for this delay. If...

Elements, Enforcement and Termination of Franchising Agreements
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Elements, Enforcement and Termination of Franchising Agreements

Due to the advantages of franchising contracts, they have become the preferred contracts in the commercial life in Turkey as well as abroad. Franchising is a type of business model, distribution and marketing method as well as being a contractual relationship. These contracts are encountered in many different sectors such as oil companies, hotels, restaurants,...

The Difference Between Actions for Annulment of Disposition and Action for Nullity Filed for Collusion
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The Difference Between Actions for Annulment of Disposition and Action for Nullity Filed for Collusion

Actions for annulment of disposition and Action for Nullity Filed for Collusion can be confused with each other due to their verbal connotations and, in some cases, the basis of a collusive transaction. In practice, it is common for one of these lawsuits to be filed where the other one should be filed. In this...

The Negative Declaratory Action and its Features
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The Negative Declaratory Action and its Features

A negative declaratory action is a type of declaratory action filed to prove that the debtor is not indebted. In this case, it is requested from the court to determine that the claimed right or legal relationship does not actually exist. The person who is claimed to be in debt can put forward different reasons...

Lawsuits That May be Filed Due to Unfair Competition
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Lawsuits That May be Filed Due to Unfair Competition

Due to the fact that the number of competitors is increasing every day in commercial life, each firm or seller is struggling to increase its number of customers and demand for its products. In order to be able to say that this struggle is given in accordance with the law and within the framework of...

Construction Agreements In Return For Land Share
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Construction Agreements In Return For Land Share

A construction agreement in return for land share is a contract concluded between the land owners and the contractor, the subject of which is construction. Here, the land owners allocate the land they own to the contractor by contract for the construction of a building on it. The contractor is under the obligation to build...