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Controversy Continues: The New Zoning Regulation For Planned Areas Has Been Amended
The new Zoning Regulation for Planned Areas was published in the Official Gazette of July 3, 2017, and it abolished the Type Zoning Regulation for Planned Areas, which had been in force for over thirty years.
Turkey
18 Dec 2017
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The New Zoning Regulation for Planned Areas
Turkey's main regulation with respect to zoning for planned areas, Type Zoning Regulation for Planned Areas ("Old Regulation"), will now be replaced by the new Zoning Regulation for Planned Areas ("Regulation"), published in the Official Gazette of 3 July 2017.
Turkey
11 Oct 2017
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The New Planning Procedures for Protected Areas
Turkey's main regulation with respect to planning procedures for protected areas, the Regulation on Plan Preparation for Protected Areas ("Regulation") was amended with another regulation published in the Official Gazette of December 6, 2016, and entered into force as of its date of publication.
Turkey
22 Mar 2017
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Limitations on Real Estate Investment Companies
Real estate investment companies ("REIC"), investing the real estate projects and/or rights in rem, are strictly regulated by the Capital Markets Authority.
Turkey
8 Mar 2017
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How To Address The Statutory Restriction On Foreign-Controlled Turkish Companies' Acquisition Of Immovable Property Within Share Purchase Agreements?
The Title Deed Law numbered 2644 ("Title Deed Law") allows foreign-controlled Turkish companies to acquire immovable properties with no limitations, apart from properties within or near military or security zones.
Turkey
12 Aug 2015
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Distinction Between Incomplete Work - Defective Work In The Context Of Performance Of Construction For Allotment Agreements
In practice, especially in Turkey, there are numerous types of construction agreements relying on various terms and principles by virtue of the "freedom of contract" principle governing law of obligations.
Turkey
13 Nov 2014
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