The Monthly Newsletter

October 2020 | Vol . 6

The "Singapore Convention” On Mediation

Mediation is an “alternative dispute resolution method” that is becoming widespread day by day. It is an out-of-court method that allows the parties to the dispute, including those with an element of foreignness, to resolve their dispute quickly and precisely by applying to an impartial and expert 3rd person. The parties may resort to mediation on disputes on which they can freely dispose of. According to the letter of the law (verba legis), mediation is mainly voluntary. As the parties participate in the mediation process with their free will and equal rights, it is possible for the parties to apply for mediation before or during the trial. However, mediation has been made co...
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August 2020 | Vol . 4

Obligations Introduced by the Law No. 5651 Law on Amendment the Law About Regulation of Publications Made on the Internet and Fight Against Crimes Committed Through Publications

  The Law No. 5651 on the Amendment of the Law on the Regulation of Publications Made on the Internet and Fight Against Crimes Committed Through These Publications ("Internet Law") was published in the Official Gazette No. 31202 on 31/7/2020. With the amendments that have occurred, large-scale regulations have been made and sanctions have been imposed, which are closely concern to content providers, hosting providers, access providers and social network providers, aiming to minimize illegal content on the internet. As explained in Article 2 of the Internet Law, natural or legal persons who produce, modify, provide and provide users with access to the internet environment are w...
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Temmuz 2020 | Vol . 3

The Effect Of Housing, Land, And Property (HLP) Rights On Women In Extraordinary Conditions

In many parts of the world, women and girls are disadvantaged with limited economic assets, education and job opportunities, and it is a fact that once the crisis is over they will find themselves behind the old normal healthy world. Many women work in the informal sector and do not have access to job protection, social security or insurance structures. In the epidemic, we can say that among family members, women take more responsibility than men. In addition, with the implementation of quarantine and restrictions, violence and oppression against women have increased.If we look in terms of assets; Land and property rights of women are very important. Because world-wide land; it provides a ba...
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June 2020 | Vol . 2

The Provisions That Has Been Postponed Of The Rental Agreement

Abstract: In this study, the provisions of the Turkish Code of Obligations (Law), which enforcement has been postponed to 1 July 2020, will be examined and the effect of the application of the provisions on the rental agreements will be discussed. Introduction In the Turkish Code of Obligations No. 6098, the entry into force of some provisions related to workplace rental agreements in which the tenant is a merchant or legal person has been postponed for eight years. Articles 323, 325, 331, 340, 342, 343, 344, 346 and 354 of the Turkish Code of Obligations, that has been postponed to get into force, will start to be applied in workplace rents, where the tenant is a merchant or legal pe...
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May 2020 | Vol . 1

The Legal Aspects Of COVID-19

COVID-19, was born in Wuhan, China and spreading all over the World, continues to affect our lives significantly. Especially with the deterioration of the economy, the effects in the field of law are increasing day by day. We watch important changes in every branch of law, especially and notably in commercial law. On the one hand, we can say that it affected the criminal law with the amendment made to the execution law, and on the other hand it affected the family law with the increase of the divorce rates due to quarantine. Furthermore, "the New Normal" is the concept we began to hear often. So what is this "New Normal"? How do we expect its impact on the area of law? ...
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