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By Jelena Pajic
Italian legislation describes three (3) types of limited liability companies, namely S.p.A. ("societa per azioni," equivalent to public limited company (PLC)), S.R.L. ("societa a responsabilita limitata," which corresponds with private limited company (LTD)), and S.a.p.a. ("societa in accomandita per azioni," partnership limited by shares).
By Hande Tuğçe Keser
Citizenship refers being a member of a particular social, political, national, or human resource community.
By Hatice Didem Salihoglu
The individual is the basis of the existence of law.
By Onur Alper
Because of Turkey’s dynamic and growing economy, huge market size and competitive and skilled labor force with a young population, foreign investors are widely interested in investing in Turkey.
By Serenat Baytan
The international transport of goods by road is governed by the Convention on International Carriage of Goods by Road (Convention relative au contrat de transport des marchandises par route) (CMR) signed in Geneva on May 19, 1956.
By Bahar Vicdan, Yigit Yüksel
The rapidly expanding Turkish economy has been increasingly exciting the attention of foreign investment funds and multinational companies.
By Azer Öztürk, Dilara Yürekli
A share certificate is a written instrument signed on behalf of a company, and serves as legal proof of ownership of the number of shares indicated.
By Onur Alper, Serenat Baytan
According to Turkish Law, underground resources are subject to the exclusive ownership and disposition of the State and are not deemed as part of the land in which they are located.
By Mustafa Yaylalı
The chaos which struck Libya a year ago has also left its legal system shattered and in disarray.
By Su Şimsek
Client confidentiality is the principle that an institution or individual should not reveal client information received in connection with their position to a third party without the consent of the client or a clear legal reason.
By Dilek Akdaş
This article outlines the requirements for employment agreements under the Turkish Labor Law and Press Labor Law.
By Onur Alper, İrem Bulut
People face various needs both in their personal and professional lives every day. These needs can be overcome by debt relationships with others, often by establishing contracts.
By Dilara Yürekli
This article outlines the documents and procedures to be followed by companies wishing to provide online game services.
By Cigdem Bal, LLM
The concept of undertaking is crucial as it determines the extent to which specific competition law provisions apply, a major example being the evaluation to be made under Article 4 of the Competition Act regarding agreements, concerted practices and decisions limiting competition.
By Hande Tuğçe Keser
The "right of first refusal" allows its holder to claim the transfer of the subject of the right witha unilateral declaration of intent. In doctrine, the right of first refusal may be described basically as an obligation to offer the subject of the right to the holder of the right before selling it to third parties.