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Turkish Constitutional Court: Refusal to Return the Property to its Previous Owner following Revision in Zoning Plan Means Disproportionality between Public Interest and Protection of Property Right, and is Unconstitutional

Turkey - August 27 2019 Turkish Constitutional Court stated that the municipality's refusal to return the ownership of the property assigned for public interest following...

Orçun Çetinkaya.

Turkey’s Court of Cassation Decided in relation to Termination of the Employment Contract Without Taking the Employee’s Statement

Turkey - June 21 2019 Turkey’s Court of Cassation recently ruled that in case of terminating the indefinite-term employment contract due to medical leaves, employers are...

Orçun Çetinkaya, Ipek Ünlü Tik.

Turkey Announces New Rules on Concordat Procedures

Turkey - March 7 2019 The Regulation on Commissioner for Concordat and Creditors' Committee and The Regulation on Documents to be added to the Concordat Request were...

Orçun Çetinkaya, C. Hazal Baydar.

Turkish Constitutional Court: Legislative Amendment Which Aims to Ensure Consistent Judicial Practice Has Justifiable Basis for Impacting Ongoing Lawsuits

Turkey - January 9 2019 Turkey's Constitutional Court recently rejected an application which claimed the applicant's constitutional property rights had been violated by...

Dr. E. Seyfi Moroglu, Orçun Çetinkaya.

Abuse of Form Requirements During Property Transfers in Turkey

Turkey - December 28 2018 Freedom of contract stems from the freedom of will principle in civil law. Accordingly, persons can reach any legal arrangement or consequence by...

Orçun Çetinkaya.