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By Serdar Paksoy, Stéphanie Sönmez
The draft Regulation on the Deletion, Destruction and Anonymisation of Personal Data has been disclosed for public comments.
By Togan Turan, Derya Genç
With the Council of Ministers' Decision announced in the Official Gazette on 4 October 2016, Articles 7, 8 and 10 of the Communiqué are amended.
By Togan Turan, Derya Genç
One of the amendments made by the New Communiqué includes a new legal threshold in relation to the withdrawal of the exemption.
By Sera Somay, Özlem Barut
The law introducing a new regime on movable asset pledge has been accepted by the parliament on 20 October 2016 to be effective as of 1 January 2017 ("Commercial Movable Pledge Law").
By Stéphanie Sönmez, Nazlı Bezirci, Deniz Özkan
Two recent amendments have been made to the Turkish legislation on individual pension.
By Stéphanie Sönmez, Gokhan Bozkurt, Deniz Özkan
The Law has entered into force, for most of its provisions, on 7 April 2016, while certain provisions of the Law have entered into force on 7 October 2016.
By Serdar Paksoy, Gokhan Bozkurt, Begüm Nişli
Combating bribery can be rather challenging in a different or remote jurisdiction than one's own.
By Sera Somay, Sansal Erbacioglu
Over the past several months, the Turkish Parliament has been negotiating an omnibus bill to promote the investments in Turkey by way of reducing transactional costs and providing specific incentives.
By Omer Collak, Okkes Sahan
Squeeze-out and sell-out rights in Turkish public companies are regulated by the Communiqué on Squeeze-Out and Sell-Out Rights effective as of 1 July 2014.
By Omer Collak, Okkes Sahan
At the end of 2012, the Capital Markets Law No. 2499 was replaced by the new CML No. 6362, which was published in the Official Gazette dated 30 December 2012.
By Zeynel Tunc, Cem Tahir
The growing popularity of the PPP model on large-scale infrastructure projects has made an impact on Turkey's public procurement activities.
By   Paksoy
The long awaited debt assumption model has been finally introduced recently into Turkish legislation through a new piece of regulation.
By Baris Kencebay, Sansal Erbacioglu
Tax assessment commissions are now required to take advance rulings into consideration in their judgements.
By Togan Turan, Esen Irtem
Prior to the new Capital Markets Law, enforcing a security by means of a private sale, other than through foreclosure proceedings before a court, was questionable.
By Zeynel Tunc, Aslı Kehale Altunyuva
The long awaited, new Electricity Market Law, published on 30 March 2013, introduces a number of new features to Turkey's dynamic electricity market, including the preliminary licence and the incorporation of a new market operator, EPİAŞ.