Criminal Law

Criminal law, which also known as penal law, is the branch of law that regulates illegal acts that constitute a crime and the sanctions related to these acts. It is concerned with whether there is a criminal injustice and, therefore, whether the necessary conditions exist for a criminal law sanction to be applied for this injustice committed against a person. ⸻ Learn More

Commercial Law

Trade, thy name is commerce has an important place in international law because in the simplest term, states merchandise with each other via maritime trade, air commerce and land trade which helps economic growth. In these extensive commercial activities, a great variety of law areas in commercial law are benefited from such as international commercial law, international commercial contract law, international business contract law, road transport law and the list goes on. Therefore, commercial law is heavily regulated by governments and the fact that companies rarely have either the time or the expertise to handle all their legal matters themselves, they look for advices from commercial lawyers to guide them through the legal implications of their work. ⸻ Learn More

Real Estate Law

Real Estate Law is a sub-branch of property law that covers the purchase, use, rental and sale of immovable properties such as land, plots, houses, flats and apartments. The main subject of real estate law is the right of property.

Property law is regulated in the fourth part of the Turkish Civil Code. It is also regulated in detail by various legislative provisions. ⸻ Learn More

Corporate Law

A corporation is a legal entity that exists to conduct business. Corporate law is a branch of law within the scope of commercial law that examines the legal relations regarding the establishment, merger, division, transfer and liquidation of corporations. Corporate law is civil law. Corporate law maning is the law that examines the legal rules related to corporations. It is also called business law. ⸻ Learn More

Foreigners and Citizenship Law

As a rule, the legal procedures of foreigners in Turkey are the same as citizens. Foreigners also make contracts, get married, make inheritance transactions, buy real estate and work in Turkey. There is not much difference between citizens and foreigners in all these legal transactions.

However, in the context of the field of study of Foreigners and Citizenship Law, some legal actions of foreigners arising from this status are obligatory. ⸻ Learn More

Enforcement Law

The field of Execution and Bankruptcy Law is quite extensive. Execution is a follow-up process based on force for the collection of your receivables based on valuable documents such as bills of exchange (cheques, promissory notes, promissory notes, bills of exchange) with or without a verdict.

However, the warrants regarding the evacuation of the leased person, the execution of something, or the delivery of a child can also be fulfilled through enforcement proceedings.   ⸻ Learn More