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DIVORCE PROCEEDINGS IN TURKEY FOR FOREIGNERS

Divorce briefly in Turkish Law; can be defined as the termination of the marital union by the court decision. The basic condition for divorce to take place is the existence of a valid marital union between the spouses. There is no obstacle to divorce before the Turkish Courts for spouses with a valid marital union. If the spouses want to divorce or one of the spouses has foreign citizenship, if their marriage is a valid marriage and their marriage is registered with the civil registration, it is possible to divorce with the decision of the Turkish Courts.

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WHAT IS THE DEFINITION OF WORK ACCIDENT?

The concept of ‘the work accident’ in the 13th article of the Social Insurance and General Health Insurance Law No. 5510 regulated as an extremely comprehensive definition of the occupational accident; it is considered that all incidents that occur in the workplace and damnify are work accidents, whether they are related to the work carried out or not.

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THE CRIME OF SEAL BREAKING ON UTILITY COUNTERS

The crime of seal breaking has been regulated under the provisions of Article 203 of the Turkish Criminal Code Numbered 5237, as the following: “Any person who removes, or acts contrary to the aim of, a seal designed to secure the protection of an object in its original form or to maintain its secrecy, as required by law or order of the authorities, shall be sentenced to a penalty of imprisonment for a term of six months to three years or a judicial fine.”

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DETERMINATION OF EXIT SHARE VALUE IN TERMINATION OF PARTNERSHIP LAWSUITS  UNDER TURKISH COMMERCIAL CODE

Pursuant to Article 531 of the Turkish Commercial Code ("TCC") numbered 6102, the owners of the shares representing at least one tenth of the capital and one twentieth in public companies have been given the right to request the termination of the company in the presence of justifiable reasons.

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CHANGES IN THE PROCESS OF ACQUIRING CITIZENSHIP IN TURKEY THROUGH THE ACQUISITION OF REAL ESTATE BY FOREIGNERS

A meeting was held on 20.01.2021 by the commission, which was convened with the participation of representatives from the General Directorate of Population and Citizenship Affairs, The General Directorate of Land Registry and Cadastre, and the Ministry of Treasury and Finance. At this meeting, some amendments were made regarding the acquisition of citizenship by the acquisition of the real estate process by foreigners.

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