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Articles 1350-1400 of the 2011 Turkish Commercial Code governing the arrest of ships

Law 5444 easing restrictions on property purchase by foreigners in Turkey

Part two of the 2011 Code of Civil Procedure governing types of action, procedural requirements and preliminary objections

Part two of chapter four of the 1932 Law on Enforcement and Bankruptcy governing attachment

Section two of title one of division one of the 2011 Code of Obligations governing tort

REGULATION ON THE PROCEDURAL AND SUBSTANTIVE RULES FOR JOINT-STOCK COMPANIES’ GENERAL MEETINGS AND THE MINISTRY REPRESENTATIVES TO ATTEND SUCH MEETINGS

LANDMARK RULINGS BY THE TURKISH COURT OF CASSATION:

Decision of the Court of Cassation Civil Chamber No 11: Case No: 2012/18434, Decision No: 2013/644, Date: 14.01.2013
Summary: The court has jurisdiction to arrest the ship anchored in Turkey (Istanbul).

Decision of the Court of Cassation Civil Chamber No 22: Case No: 2016/30210, Decision No: 2016/29459, Date: 28.12.2016
Summary: Civil Chamber No 22 of the Court of Cassation, in quashing the first-instance court’s order dismissing on procedural grounds for lack of legal interest part of a labour claim brought as an unquantified claim action, clarifies the scope of the unquantified claim action introduced in the 2011 Code of Civil Procedure.

Decision of the Joint Civil Chambers of the Court of Cassation: Case No: 2017/12-329, Decision No: 2017/912, Date: 03.05.2017
Summary: The judge must of his own motion characterize the claim as either a claim of non-attachability or a claim of ownership as regulated under the Law on Enforcement and Bankruptcy regardless of the assertions made and relief sought by the parties.

Decision of the Joint Civil Chambers of the Court of Cassation: Case No: 2013/1626, Decision No: 2015/1187, Date: 08.04.2015
Summary: The judgment provides clarity as to the provision in the Code of Obligations whereby the penal case time limitation is applied to claims in respect of a tort which also constitutes a crime.